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In this paper we examine the special case of the "degenerated" Special Economic Zone (SEZ) in the Russian exclave on the Baltic Sea -the Kaliningrad region. The 'compensation Vs. development' policy dilemma associated with the SEZ in the exclave is elaborated using modified ERP and ETR techniques. Factual results and consequences of more than 20 years of ongoing SEZ institutional instability (a transitional shift from customs tariff to profit taxation preferences) are examined. We show howdoi:10.1080/1406099x.2013.10840535 fatcat:i643vtc7eraibc4iokxzl7ue3a