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Organizations providing information and knowledge depending on level of their innovative development

Filin S.A. Doctor of Economics, Professor of department "Management, Innovation and Innovation", Vice-President of National Fund of Small and Medium Business Development, the Russian Economic University named after G.V. Plekhanov ( safilin@mail.ru )

Malakhova O.V. Graduate Student of department "Management, Innovation and Innovation", the Russian Economic University named after G.V. Plekhanov

Journal: Regional Economics: Theory and Practice, #39, 2012

In the article it is noted that by the need of continuous receiving the relevant information (taking into account its updating for definition of the indicators characterizing level of innovative development of the organization) now there is a problem of formation of system of information support and the analysis of arrays of information. It is pointed to need of creation of system of functional providing the organization, allow activating innovation, to make it more effective.


Efficiency increase of management of investment projects for the regional development

Malakhova T.A. Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration, Moscow, Russian Federation ( tamal69@mail.ru )

Paskannyi V.I. JSC MOSTSTISIZ, Moscow, Russian Federation ( paskanny@mostisiz.ru )

Journal: Regional Economics: Theory and Practice, #17, 2014

The article deals with the approaches to finance management to implement regional programs. It also considers a methodology for choosing an efficiency relevant criterion of investment projects. The principal factors, mechanisms and methods to plan capital investments and the mechanism to control investment recoupment are the author's study subjects. The author marks the cost-based methods of a project budget financing, shortage of investment in the production and social spheres, predomination of the budgetary sources, low activities of investors and banks' participation in financing of regional programs, as the main problems of the processes. Under these reasons the author puts forward a proposal to use an integrated criterion to select regional projects on the basis of calculation of indicators of the budgetary, social, economic and ecological efficiency.


Analysis of world banking system in conditions of global financial imbalances

Ishkhanov A.V. Doctor of Economic Sciences, Professor, Professor, Department "World Economy and Management", the Kuban State University ( aviavi@mail.ru )

Malakhova T.S. PhD in Economics, Lecturer, Department "World Economy and Management", the Kuban State University ( travel23@bk.ru )

Malakhov V.S. the post-graduate student of Сhair of World Economy and Management Kuban State University ( travel1988@bk.ru )

Journal: Finance and Credit, #9, 2013

The global monetary system is currently in a non-certainty. The largest banks and financial institutions tend to adjust to the changing situation in the world economy, but the majority of them gradually lose their stability and liquidity in a crisis of its assets. Growing imbalances in the world are responsible for a joint struggle against in-volatility processes in the global banking system is not only separate financial-financial groups, and whole countries, as well as economic and political grouping. The article analyzes the status and dynamics of the leading banks in the world, the findings with our projections for the medium term development of American, European and Asian financial groups.


Trends in the development of China's economy in the face of increased global instability

Malakhova T.S. Kuban State University, Krasnodar, Russian Federation ( malakhovats@mail.ru )

Malakhov V.S. Military Unit, Belogorsk, Amur Oblast, Russian Federation ( mvsmvs@list.ru )

Journal: National Interests: Priorities and Security, #9, 2016

Subject The paper studies the modern position of China in the global sphere and the interaction with the economy of Russia.
Objectives The paper aims to define strategic guidelines for the development of China's economy in the context of the global military and political instability, and assess the potential external risks for Russia under China's position strengthening in the Eurasian space.
Methods For the study, we used the methods of historical and logical, statistical and comparative analyses, and the scientific method of abstraction. This helped us identify the vector of economic and political development of China as a leader in the global space.
Results We offer two scenarios, pessimistic and optimistic ones, for interaction of China and Russia in the context of the Silk Road Economic Belt framework. It is expected that the implementation of this project will allow China to fully gain the leading position in the Euro-Asian region, and later, perhaps, throughout the world. For Russia, this scenario is unacceptable, therefore, it is impractical to fully support the project.
Conclusions As far as natural resources are concerned, Russia certainly attracts China. However, Russia is not considered a monopoly on any of interest to China minerals. This significantly affects the medium-and long-term prospects for the two countries' interaction.


Geostrategic economic cooperation of the BRICS countries: National interests and priorities

Shevchenko I.V. Kuban State University, Krasnodar, Krasnodar Krai, Russian Federation ( decan@econ.kubsu.ru )

Malakhova T.S. Kuban State University, Krasnodar, Krasnodar Krai, Russian Federation ( malakhovats@mail.ru )

Malakhov V.S. Military Unit, Belogorsk, Amurskaya Oblast, Russian Federation ( mvsmvs@list.ru )

Journal: National Interests: Priorities and Security, #5, 2017

Importance Considering global instability, strengthening the cooperation with the BRICS countries becomes an even greater priority for Russia amid global instability. However, BRICS does not have a clear strategy for mid-term and long-term cooperation in foreign trade. Therefore, it necessitates a kind of geoeconomic framework where national governments of the BRICS countries will be key actors.
Objectives The research determines strategic priorities of the BRICS cooperation through the lens of the formation of a new global order.
Methods The methodological underpinning includes historical, logic, statistical and comparative analysis, method of scientific abstraction, thus allowing to identify key challenges and development prospects of BRICS amid global instability.
Results We outlined development scenarios of the BRICS countries assuming the formation of the multipolar system, and presented strategic priorities of their cooperation in geoeconomic, military, political, monetary, financial, S&T and cultural areas.
Conclusions and Relevance As we conclude, it would be reasonable to rely upon the State – bank partnership model so to strengthen the BRICS cooperation in geoeconomy. We thereby proposed a graphical model of the geosrategic cooperation among the partner nations and banking structures as part of BRICS.


Transformation of positions of the United States from the perspective of confrontation between the world vanguard and world periphery of global economy

Shevchenko I.V. Kuban State University, Krasnodar, Russian Federation ( decan@econ.kubsu.ru )

Malakhova T.S. Kuban State University, Krasnodar, Russian Federation ( malakhovats@mail.ru )

Journal: Finance and Credit, #44, 2016

Subject Under the formation of a multipolar system and transformation of foreign economic relations of the world vanguard and world periphery of global economy, the question arises about the role and position of the U.S. economy in geo-economical and geopolitical spheres. Economic and political strengthening of China in the 21st century presents new challenges and threats for the U.S. government.
Objectives The study aims to define positions of the U.S. economy in the context of creating the new geo-economic architecture, and indicate the role and significance of certain countries and integration groups, like the EU, ASEAN etc. on the global stage.
Methods To describe the state of the U.S. economy at the stage of international relations transformation, the paper employs historical, logical, statistical and comparative analysis, and the method of scientific abstraction.
Results The paper provides an analysis of reasons for the reducing domination of the United States in political, military and economic spheres in the early 21st century. Nowadays, the global balance of power is noticeably changing. Presumably, this is a structural shift to the East Asia region.
Conclusions Under aggravated geopolitical and geo-economic relationships of Russia with the EU and the USA, Russia has to reinforce its interaction with East Asian countries. However, irrespective of tense relations with EU countries, it is desirable to restore them, since the mutual sanctions are detrimental to both the Russian and West European economy.


Russia's positions in the global economy: trends and controversies

Malakhova T.S. Kuban State University, Krasnodar, Russian Federation ( malakhovats@mail.ru )

Journal: Finance and Credit, #21, 2015

Subject Under global instability, Russia's positions in the geo-economic sphere are ambiguous and contradictory. The imposed sanctions against Russia by the US and EU only have deepened the structural problems of the national economy. In the current circumstances, the social and economic development of Russia depends on external factors, in particular, on global energy prices, conditions of Russia's functioning in the WTO, the global economic crisis. All these factors have an adverse impact on the development of the entire national economy.
     Objectives The purpose is to study the development trends in the national economy, and to determine the position of Russia through the prism of global instability.
     Methods The methodological framework includes the historical and logical analysis, statistical and comparative analysis, the scientific abstraction method. These methods helped reveal structural problems of the national economy under modern conditions.
     Results I have developed possible scenarios of Russia's cooperation with certain countries and regions of the world after lifting or mitigating the sanctions. The article shows that it is advisable for the national economy to use a mixed model of cooperation with post-socialist countries, as it will take into account the geopolitical and geo-economic interests of Russia under global instability.
     Conclusions and Relevance I conclude that the current global economic crisis has revealed the specific problems of inefficiency of local economies, which are intensified under destabilized global economic relations. The dependence of the national economy on oil prices can be overcome only through restoring the 'industrial landscape' and the radical transformation of its structure.


Transforming the forms of external-economic interaction between advanced and periphery countries of the world: Assessment of prospects for integration

Malakhova T.S. Kuban State University, Krasnodar, Krai, Russian Federation ( malakhovats@mail.ru )

Journal: Finance and Credit, #8, 2018

Importance Under global instability, external-economic relations between advanced and periphery countries of the world are extremely ambiguous and contradictory. Furthermore, investigation of their interaction within the integration shows that periphery countries become dependent not only on global actors, but also on regional organizations and financial institutions. This fact leads to strengthening the positions of advanced countries and the dependence of periphery countries.
Objectives The study focuses on exploring the forms of external-economic interaction between the advanced and periphery countries of the world, and distinguish three waves of global integration processes.
Methods Using the historical and logical method, dialectical principles and contradictions, and abstraction enabled to bring out the main theoretical concepts and objective preconditions for integration between countries.
Results I substantiate directions and specific features of evolutionary development of integration in certain countries and regions of the world, present scenarios of their further development in the context of the new global economic architecture formation. The findings may be used for further study of external economic interaction between the center and the periphery at the multipolar system formation stage.
Conclusions The paper justifies the need to realize the scenario of deep transformation of economic integration, where the advanced countries of the world play a fundamental role. This will preserve economic and national sovereignty in the periphery countries, help avoid their dependence on advanced countries and form their own vector of mid-term and long-term development.


Shaping the contours of the global economic system

Shevchenko I.V. Kuban State University, Krasnodar, Krasnodar Krai, Russian Federation ( decan@econ.kubsu.ru )

Malakhova T.S. Kuban State University, Krasnodar, Krasnodar Krai, Russian Federation ( malakhovats@mail.ru )

Journal: Finance and Credit, #47, 2015

Subject Now we observe an economic-political-technological shift from the West to the East, with increasing influence of Asian countries on the global economy. This fact influences significantly the balance of power in the world, and leads to formation of new competition and cooperation centers. Under global turbulence, it has become obvious that management of the global economy is virtually impossible from a single center of power.
     Objectives The purpose is to offer a model of formation of geostrategic economic blocs at the stage of the multipolar system development, and to define positions of certain countries and parts of the world under global instability.
     Methods The study draws upon historical and logical, statistical, and comparative analyses, and the scientific abstraction, which allowed us to define centers of competition and cooperation in the global economic sphere.
     Results We offer a unique definition of the geostrategic economical bloc concept in the context of the multipolar system formation. On this basis, we present an abstract model of their functioning in modern conditions. Each geostrategic block has its leader in the military-political and economic sphere (USA, Germany, China). They are key centers through the lens of the global economic crisis.
     Conclusions Russia is a member of various organizations and communities. Nevertheless, it is difficult for it to stand up against the existing or emerging geostrategic economic blocs. It is expected that management of the world economy may pass into the G20 format over the medium and long term.


Classifying the foreign trade cooperation of the world core and periphery through the lens of the global economic transformation

Malakhova T.S. Kuban State University (KubSU), Krasnodar, Krasnodar Krai, Russian Federation ( malakhovats@mail.ru )

Journal: National Interests: Priorities and Security, #9, 2018

Importance Today the world experiences large-scale transformation processes, especially economic ones. Geopolitical tensions grow stronger, with causes of the global financial crisis still remaining afoot. It is necessary to form a new theoretical and methodological framework to respect interests of not only global leaders, but also those ones in the periphery.
Objectives I devise a classification of foreign trade interaction of core and periphery countries during the global instability.
Methods The research employs historic-logic, dialectical principles and controversies, scientific abstraction method, which help flag key issues of foreign trade between core and periphery countries.
Results I propose my own classification of foreign trade interaction between economic leaders and emerging countries, considering the crisis of the neoliberalism model, which indeed offers new classification traits. Therefore, I forecast the mid- and long-term economic development of the world periphery under a new geoeconomic order of the world.
Conclusions and Relevance Under the current circumstances, the way core and periphery countries cooperate in foreign trade significantly changes. However, the expansion and growth of emerging economies are driven by multinational companies and banks, international organizations and financial institutions from the world core. This requires new mechanisms be built to protect periphery countries, find new forms of their foreign trade with developed nations in the mid- and long run. The findings may underlie further researches into foreign trade relationships between core and periphery countries as the multipolar world order arises.


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