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Mechanisms to boost the investment activity of the Russian business sector under borrowing constraints in foreign markets

Petrenko I.A. Peoples' Friendship University of Russia, Moscow, Russian Federation ( inna_petrenko@yahoo.com )

Journal: Finance and Credit, #8, 2018

Importance The paper analyzes the mechanisms to boost the investment activity of the Russian business sector under restricted borrowings in foreign markets.
Objectives The aim is to address comprehensively the investment activity of the Russian business sector at the present stage of development, identify key problems having a negative impact on investment activity, formulate mechanisms to encourage investment.
Methods The methodology rests on general and special methods of scientific research, like empirical study (comparison, data gathering and analysis), integrated approach, comparative study, synthesis of theoretical and practical material.
Results The paper analyzes the current state of the country's business sector in the system of investment activity. Due to economic sanctions of western countries, the Russian business is characterized by a loss of a channel to support the investment process with resources from global financial markets, a decline in support to investment projects by Russian banks, and a reduction in government funding. Under limited borrowings in external markets, the key task is to search for prospects to bolster the sector.
Conclusions The chilling effect of economic sanctions' consequences necessitates guidelines to resume investment in fixed assets and mechanisms to boost the investment activity in the Russian business sector.


An impact of international capital flows on economic security of emerging markets

Petrenko I.A. Peoples' Friendship University of Russia, Moscow, Russian Federation ( inna_petrenko@yahoo.com )

Journal: National Interests: Priorities and Security, #10, 2017

Importance The article investigates how international capital flows in emerging economies influence their foreign economic security.
Objectives The research focuses on the key issue (international capital flows) of foreign economic activity in ensuring economic security of emerging economies. I also determine primary activities for development and potential tools to address the issue.
Methods The methodology is based on generic and special methods of research, i.e. methods of empirical research (data collection and processing), comprehensive approach, comparative research, synthesis of theoretical and practical material.
Results As I find out, international capital flows influence economic security of emerging economies. Although emerging economies managed to alleviate consequences of the global financial crisis through a set of special measures and activities, those economies still face considerable difficulties in regaining the pre-crisis rates of growth.
Conclusions and Relevance If the national economic security is ensured, it will create the favorable background for the stability of national economies and global economy as a whole. In setting out their economic policy, emerging economies shall configure their regulatory framework so that it would reduce currency risks and make them unreasonable. Macroprudential measures are advisable to keep the current level of borrowings, rearrange funding stream to the real economy and mitigate threats to financial stability.


Provision of future expenses and payments: methodological problems of accounting

Petrenko N.I. PhD in Economics, Associate Professor of department "Business and Financial Control", the Zhytomyr State Technological University, Ukraine ( natapni@ukr.net )

Matsenko L.F. Graduate of department "Accounting", the Zhytomyr State Technological University, Ukraine ( lilya_macenko@mail.ru )

Journal: International Accounting, #25, 2012

Providing future expenses and payments in Ukraine in structure of a passive of balance make no more than 2 %. Such information is necessary for forecasting of requirement for financial resources and influences financial stability of the enterprise. For the purpose of activization of practice of formation at the enterprises of providing future expenses and payments methodological problems of accounting of obligations with uncertain size and a date of performance are investigated.


Condition and features of a power supply system of Kamchatka

Suglobov A.E. PhD, professor, Honored economist of the Russian Federation, head of the Department of Economic Analysis, Finance and Statistics of Moscow University of the Ministry of Internal affairs of Russia ( a_suglobov@mail.ru )

Dreving S.V. Cand.Econ.Sci., the senior lecturer

Petrenko V.A. the head of department of the finance and property relations of administration of Elizovsky municipal area of the Kamchatka edge

Journal: Regional Economics: Theory and Practice, #12, 2009

In article are investigated a condition and features of a power supply system of Kamchatka. On the basis of the executed analysis features and problems of the Kamchatka power are allocated. In particular, all power objects function in a seismodangerous zone, with difficult prirodno-environmental conditions. Therefore the power supply system does not enter and objectively cannot be a part of any electric power pool of Russia, including in a power supply system of the Far East. According to authors, on peninsula transmission lines of high classes of pressure that excludes possibility of creation of a uniform territorial power supply system cannot reliably be maintained and compels to provide consumers with the electric power of local power knots.


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