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Determination of the strategy perspective directions of cluster-building in the region through the establishment of geo-economic atlas (the Yaroslavl region case study)

Sapir E.V. Yaroslavl Demidov State University, Yaroslavl, Russian Federation ( sapir@uniyar.ac.ru )

Karachev I.A. Yaroslavl Demidov State University, Yaroslavl, Russian Federation ( karachev2011@yandex.ru )

Journal: Regional Economics: Theory and Practice, #17, 2015

Subject The article deals with the creation of cluster structures in the Yaroslavl region based on the authors' model of geo-economic atlas of the region and the identification of new strategic areas of development in the context of Western economic sanctions against the Russian Federation.
     Objectives The goal of the paper is to identify promising cluster structures in the Yaroslavl region. To that end, we set the tasks of calculation and analysis of the economic-financial conditions of the regions of the Central Federal District, identification of the competitive advantages of the Yaroslavl region, and development of proposals to enhance the advancement of the region.
     Methods We studied the Yaroslavl region's competitive ability on the basis of quantitative and qualitative performance indicators of the region. We evaluated the quantitative factors by calculating the integral indicators of competitiveness, and we analyzed the quality parameters through the method of expert estimations. As well we used a graphical method (histograms, tables), and the average values and time-series construction methods.
     Results We have identified the growth points of the region's economy, which could be a starting point on the way to innovative development. We determined that in the Yaroslavl region, there are certain prerequisites and conditions for the creation and development of a few pilot clusters based on historically established industries and new opportunities, which include pharmaceutical, paint, and tourist and recreational clusters and a cluster of automotive components.
     Conclusions The implementation of our proposals would result in the increase of the competitiveness of the region's economy through the growth of production volume, the share of innovative products and the productivity of the cluster members, increasing the volume of direct investments into economy of the region. The results of the work may be of interest to the Government of the Yaroslavl region to develop a strategy for socioeconomic development of the region.


Performance efficiency and effectiveness of executive bodies

Demidov A.Y. deputy head of Federal Treasury, candidate of economic science

Journal: National Interests: Priorities and Security, #15, 2009

This article examines present theoretical views on efficiency and effectiveness of executive bodies as well as approaches to running costs measurement and socially significant results of their activity.


System, functional and process approaches to functioning of executive bodies in terms of their performance-based activities

Demidov A.Y. deputy head of Federal Treasury, candidate of economic science

Journal: National Interests: Priorities and Security, #16, 2009

This article considering different approaches examines some individual aspects of performance-based management implemented by executive bodies. In addition to that, the object of public administration is reviewed from the standpoint of sectoral division of economics.


Municipal creditworthiness analyses

Chernova M.V. Ph.d., Yaroslavl State University named after P.G.Demidov

Journal: Economic Analysis: Theory and Practice, #23, 2009

Evaluation of community creditworthiness is a well known branch of analyses in the countries with developed market of municipal borrowing. Few such projects were done for cities participated in projects financed by foreign banks in Russia. This experience is summarized in the article. The development of analytic tools and data base (city budget and balance sheet) is given.


New principles of management on the basis of the performance measurement system

Demidov J.P. PhD in Economics, associate professor of chair of accounting, finance and banking, Kazan institute (branch) of the Russian state trade and economic university ( JacovTom@yandex.ru )

Journal: Economic Analysis: Theory and Practice, #40, 2011

This article explores the new principles-based management through performance measures and comparable on a variety of heterogeneous and countervailing measures. The principles are universal and apply to any managed multipurpose organizational objects and processes.


Development of insurance principles of the organization of pension system of the Russian federation

Ivanov A.E. graduate student of chair the Finance and the credit, Yaroslavl state university of a name of P.G. Demidov ( uniyardemidov@inbox.ru )

Journal: Finance and Credit, #3, 2011

Given article is devoted research of development of insurance principles of the organization of pension system of the Russian Federation In article are resulted a number of the measures undertaken by the government for strengthening of insurance principles in pension systems, and also recommendations of the author about this point in question are made.


Theory and practice of modern rating: critical notes

Demidov J.P. PhD in Economics, Associate Professor, Department "Accounting, Finance and Banking", the Kazan branch, the Russian Economic University named after G.V. Plekhanov ( JacovTom@yandex.ru )

Journal: Economic Analysis: Theory and Practice, #8, 2013

The article describes some critical notes on the modern practice of ranking. Possibilities of imitating modeling of process of development of ratings are discussed. The need of the solution of a problem of synthesis of properties with control and an assessment of productivity on a set of diverse and multidirectional indicators are revealed.


Efficiency analysis methodic of bankruptcy proceedings

Chernova M.V. senior teacher of chair Accounting and audit, Yaroslavl State University named after P.G. Demidov ( asdf-m@yandex.ru )

Journal: Economic Analysis: Theory and Practice, #26, 2010

The analysis of bankruptcy proceedings results is necessary for the estimation of its efficiency and reasonability. The criteria of bankruptcy proceedings efficiency, its factors and rates and the methodic of analysis are presented in the article. The methodic is aimed to find reserves for paying creditors claims, to strengthen control over bankrupts estate and to improve bankrupt regulation.


Classification of Creditors' Demands at Time of Bankruptcy

Chernova M.V. Ph.d., Yaroslavl State University named after P.G.Demidov

Journal: Economic Analysis: Theory and Practice, #7, 2009

Systematisation of indebtedness at time of bankruptcy information is usually based on the order of satisfying the creditors' demands. Other grouping principles are also important for the analysis. The article gives the author's classification of the creditors' demands by ten features. It provides a systematic description of the enterprise in default debts to the creditors and can serve as a base for the demands types and structure analysis.


Household budget modeling

Chernova M.V. senior teacher of chair Accounting and audit, Yaroslavl State University named after P.G. Demidov ( asdf-m@yandex.ru )

Journal: Finance and Credit, #17, 2011

The methodic of family budgeting, which provides an objective information about the households income and expenses, which is necessary for saving, borrowing and investment decisions is presented in the article. The classification of personal income and expenses is given. The methods of their estimation and record keeping are suggested. It is concluded that family budgeting is necessary for planning and estimation of ones creditworthiness.


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