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Mechanisms of formation of investment potential of the region in the conditions of financing deficiency

Myakshin V.N. PhD in Economics, Associate Professor of department "Economic Theory and Economics of Arctic regions", the Northern (Arctic)Federal University named after M.V. Lomonosov ( mcshin@yandex.ru )

Journal: Regional Economics: Theory and Pactice, #48, 2012

In the article on the basis of the structural and dynamic analysis of sources of investments into fixed capital the condition of investment potential of the North Arctic Region (NAR) is investigated, the main directions of increase of investment potential of the territory are shown.


Intersectoral balance as tool for development of regional investment strategy

Myakshin V.N. PhD in Economic Sciences, Associate Professor, the Department of Economic Theory and Economy of Subarctic Regions, the Northern (Arctic) Federal University named after M.B. Lomonosov ( mcshin@yandex.ru )

Journal: Regional Economics: Theory and Pactice, #30, 2013

In the article advantages of intersectoral balance as tool for development of strategy of increase of investment appeal of the region are proved. The priority directions of regional investment policy on the basis of a model of intersectoral balance of the Arkhangelsk region are defined.


Development of conceptual approach to evaluation of investment attractiveness of the region based on balanced scorecard

Myakshin V.N. PhD in Economics, Associate Professor, the Department of Economic Theory and Economics of Arctic regions, the Northern (Arctic) Federal University named after M.V. Lomonosov ( mcshin@yandex.ru )

Journal: Regional Economics: Theory and Pactice, #29, 2013

In the article the need for a balanced approach to the evaluation of investment attractiveness, the results of evaluation of investment attractiveness of the Arkhangelsk region, based on a balanced scorecard, conducted an appraisal of investment activity with the structural aspects are revealed.


Methodology of formation strategies to improve investment attractive regions

Myakshin V.N. PhD in Economics, Associate Professor, the Department of Economic Theory and Economics of Arctic regions, the Northern (Arctic)Federal University named after M.V. Lomonosov ( mcshin@yandex.ru )

Journal: Regional Economics: Theory and Pactice, #28, 2013

In the article basic provisions of the concept of increase of investment appeal of the Arkhangelsk region are presented The methodological principles of formation of strategy of increase of investment appeal of the region are proved, the logical scheme of development of strategy is submitted, the priority directions of realization of regional investment policy are defined.


Features of regional process of reproduction of fixed assets (the Arkhangelsk region)

Myakshin V.N. PhD in Economics, Associate Professor of department "Economic Theory and Economics of the Arctic regions", the Northern (Arctic) Federal University named after M.V. Lomonosov ( mcshin@yandex.ru )

Journal: Regional Economics: Theory and Pactice, #47, 2012

In the article it is noted that decrease in the volume of investment into fixed capital has negative impact on the state of fixed assets and complicates reproduction process. The assessment of the factors limiting investment activity is carried out, the purposes of the enterprises according to their security with investments are analyzed, the directions and structure of use of investments in economy of the Arkhangelsk region are investigated. On the basis of the structural and dynamic analysis the characteristics of modern process of reproduction of fixed assets are revealed.


A study into structural effects of investment self-induction in sectoral economic systems

Myakshin V.N. Northern (Arctic) Federal University named after M.V. Lomonosov, Arkhangelsk, Russian Federation ( mcshin@yandex.ru )

Journal: Financial Analytics: Science and Experience, #6, 2017

Importance Mutual relations and effect of cross-sectoral financial flows necessitate new approaches to be designed to studying cross-sectoral investment and structural interactions through the mechanism of investment self-induction and structural effects of investment self-induction. The article focuses on investment self-induction as an economic phenomenon and respective structural effects in sectoral economic systems.
Objectives The research identifies evident patterns of investment relations in sectoral economic systems arising from the mechanism of investment self-induction and structural effects.
Methods The methodological framework includes general scientific methods, i.e. scientific abstraction, analysis, synthesis, generalization, and systems and dialectical approaches. Data analysis is based on methods of economic statistics (structural and dynamic analysis) and economic mathematics (methods of cross-sectoral balance) and the method of expert assessment.
Results I prove the existence of cause-and-effect relations and patterns for arising structural effects of investment self-induction. I also elaborated theoretical principles of structural effects of investment self-induction, proposed a set of indicators for gauging them, determined the economic substance of the indicators, devised the assessment algorithm, and technique to evaluate the entire amount of investment self-induction in line with its structural effects.
Conclusions and Relevance The proposed set of indicators constitutes a toolkit, which would allow doe quantification of investment relations among adjacent industries, forecast investment processes and structural changes in sectoral economic systems and formulate investment policies subsequently.


A Study into Structural Effects of Mutual Investment Induction in Sectoral Economic Systems

Myakshin V.N. Northern (Arctic) Federal University named after M.V. Lomonosov, Arkhangelsk, Russian Federation ( mcshin@yandex.ru )

Journal: Digest Finance, #3, 2017

Importance As mutual relations and the effect of cross-sectoral financial flows shall be taken into account, new approaches need to be designed to study cross-sectoral investment and structural interactions through the mechanism of mutual investment induction and its structural effects. The article focuses on mutual investment induction as an economic phenomenon and respective structural effects in sectoral economic systems.
Objectives The research identifies evident patterns of investment relations in sectoral economic systems arising from the mechanism of mutual investment induction and structural effects.
Methods The methodological framework includes general scientific methods, i.e. scientific abstraction, analysis, synthesis, generalization, and systems and dialectical approaches. Data analysis is based on the methods of economic statistics (structural and dynamic analysis) and economic mathematics (methods of cross-sectoral balance) and the method of expert assessment.
Results I prove the existence of the cause-and-effect relationship and patterns seen in arising structural effects of mutual investment induction. I also elaborate theoretical principles of structural effects of mutual investment induction, proposed a set of indicators for gauging them, determine the economic substance of the indicators, devise an assessment algorithm, and technique to evaluate the entire amount of mutual investment induction in line with its structural effects.
Conclusions and Relevance The proposed set of indicators constitutes a toolkit, which would allow quantifying investment relations among adjacent industries, forecast investment processes and structural changes in sectoral economic systems and formulate investment policies subsequently.


Regulation of the investment and structural interaction among sectors: Outlining a methodological approach

Myakshin V.N. Northern (Arctic) Federal University named after M.V. Lomonosov, Arkhangelsk, Russian Federation ( mcshin@yandex.ru )

Journal: Digest Finance, #3, 2016

Importance Differentiation of investment opportunities of various business activities represents one of the critical factors that shape the structure of economic sectors. It allows considering the regulation of investment and structural interaction among sectors as a necessary condition to articulate effective industrial policies. The article focuses on investment and structural interaction as part of sectoral economic systems.
Objectives The research pursues devising and testing a methodology for regulating investment and structural interaction through the theory of mutual investment induction.
Methods The methodological framework relies upon such research methods as scientific abstraction, analysis, synthesis, generalization, analogy, and systems, process-based, dialectical, balanced approaches as well as my own methodology to govern the investment and structural interaction.
Results I devised the methodology to regulate the investment and structural interaction through the theory of mutual investment induction, i.e. tools to study mutual investment induction as a phenomenon, indicators to examine the mutual investment induction mechanism and its structural effects. I also determined methodological fundamentals to identify the key points of investment growth, and formulated an algorithm to ignite the mutual investment induction mechanism.
Conclusion and Relevance The regulation of investment and structural interaction among sectors, using the theory of mutual investment induction, constitutes a new issue in economics. If the issue is resolved, it will help to forge new methodological mechanisms and tools to drive the economy, shape contemporary industrial policies at the macro- and microlevels, and streamline the restructuring of industrial sectors.


Balance and proportionality of the socio-economic development of the region as the regulatory function of management

Myakshin V.N. Northern (Arctic) Federal University named after M.V. Lomonosov, Arkhangelsk, Russian Federation ( mcshin@yandex.ru )

Pes'yakova T.N. Northern (Arctic) Federal University named after M.V. Lomonosov, Arkhangelsk, Russian Federation ( SAFUecon@yandex.ru )

Myakshina R.V. Arkhangelsk Regional Institute of Open Education, Arkhangelsk, Russian Federation ( mcshin@yandex.ru )

Journal: Regional Economics: Theory and Pactice, #22, 2015

Importance The article deals with the problems of balance in the reproductive process and the influence of market transformations in the Russian Federation to enhance reproductive disparities.
     Objectives
The study aimed to identify the main problems of balance of the energy source materials of the Arkhangelsk region at the present stage. The study covers the following tasks: identify the economic essence of balance, determine the causes and possible consequences of the imbalances, assess the level of balance of energy source materials of the Arkhangelsk region.
     Methods A methodological basis of the study were the works of Russian and foreign academic economists.
     Results The paper defines an economic category of balance, taking into account the statistical balance sheet, as well as selecting the objectives and the specific objects of study (national, regional economic systems, industrial complexes). The article identifies the main aspects of the balance of the regional economic system, peculiarities of its proportions. In addition, it estimates the balance of energy source materials of the region under study of Fuel and Energy Complex. The authors propose the establishment of such proportions between the individual elements of the complex, which would ensure the implementation of the commitments of the region and create conditions for a solution to the intracomplex's problems.
     Relevance The results obtained can be used in the diagnosis and development of a set of energy efficiency measures in the region, as well as when creating a diagnostic system that will determine the place of emerging energy imbalances and resolve them in a timely manner.


The conceptual approach to the management of structural change in the economy of the region through the identification of key points of investment growth

Myakshin V.N. Northern (Arctic) Federal University named after M.V. Lomonosov, Arkhangelsk, Arkhangelsk Region, Russian Federation ( mcshin@yandex.ru )

Journal: Regional Economics: Theory and Pactice, #14, 2015

Importance The article considers a new conceptual approach to the management of economic systems in the regions of the Russian Federation, reviews economic relations arising in the process of investment, and selects the priority economic activities over the medium term.
     Objectives I aim to develop methodologies for determining the priority directions of investments to optimize industrial structures based on identification of key points of investment growth, which will increase the investment attractiveness of related industries and balance in the economic development of the region.
     Methods I used a system analysis and economic-mathematical methods of research: synthesis, comparison, systematization, and the input-output balance method.
     Results I am offering a conceptual approach to the management of structural change in the economy of the region through the provision of priority economic activities over the medium term. In addition, I have developed a methodology of determining the priorities for investment in order to optimize the industry structure. I give certain recommendations on strategic priorities for the regional investment policy. The analysis of the distribution of investments by type of economic activity in the Arkhangelsk region made me conclude on the imbalance in investment flows and deformation of the sectoral structure of the economy. Modernization of the economy of the Arkhangelsk region based on the optimization of branch structures is possible through the implementation of large-scale investments in fixed assets as a basis for the resource support for structural reforms.
     Conclusions and Relevance The developed methodology is quite a versatile tool for public administration of structural change in the economy of Russian regions through the identification of key points of investment growth. The conclusion is that the restructuring of the region's economy with limited investment resources needs essential priorities, the development of which could set in motion a mechanism of investment induction and thus contribute to increasing the investment activity in related industries.


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