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One of the most dangerous risks of growing socio-economic inequality is the ability of the latter to that it can transform into political inequality, initiate the creation of extractive economic institutions and lead to the degradation of the country's development. The article provides a critical analysis of the modern classification of instruments of economic inequality regulation presented at the Peterson Institute conference in 2019. Based on this concept, an expanded and more universaldoi:10.26425/1816-4277-2022-5-193-202 fatcat:iqt3fobeafddrlhyyearzljtya