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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.


The migration policy of Russia as a factor in ensuring high rates of economic growth

Filin S.A. Doctor of Economics, PhD in Technical Sciences, professor, Vice-president of National Fund of development of small and medium business, Russian Economic University named after G.V. Plehanov ( safilin@mail.ru )

Paraskeva S.B PhD in Economics, president of National fund of development of small and medium business, Deputy Chairman of the Business Council for Cooperation with Mongolia, member of the Public Council ( SBParaskeva@yandex.ru )

Journal: National Interests: Priorities and Security, #44, 2011

According to the results of National Census from 1989 to 2011 migration at the current in Russia amounted to 8 million people. It means that natural decline of Russia's population of 12 million people was compensated for by migration over the years. How to solve demographic problems? It is necessary a new immigration adequate policy in Russia.


Problems of interaction between Russia and Mongolia in sphere of business consulting and education

Popov M.A. PhD of Historical Sciences, Commander of the Order "Polar Star", Mongolia ( popov2411@mail.ru )

Filin S.A. Doctor of Economics, Professor of the Department of Management Investment and Innovation, the Russian Economic University named after G.V. Plekhanov ( safilin@mail.ru )

Popov K.M. Graduate Student of the Department of Global Economy, the Russian Economic University named after G.V. Plekhanov ( popovkirill2010@yandex.ru )

Journal: National Interests: Priorities and Security, #25, 2013

This article analyzes the current stage of Russian-Mongolian relations; it is projected to run their unequivocal recovery. In this case, a well-developed business consulting in the field of economic cooperation between the two countries and a major Russian educational system operating in Mongolia, will use them as a basis for qualitative transition of the Russian-Mongolian relations to a higher level and the establishment of effective cooperation between government and private organizations.


Problems of interaction of Russia and Mongolia in education

Falileeva N.V. Director of Ulaanbaatar branch of the Russian Economic University named after G.V. Plekhanov ( ubfil@mongol.net )

Filin S.A. Doctor of Economics, Professor, the Russian Economic University named after G.V. Plekhanov ( safilin@mail.ru )

Dugarzhav L. Doctor of Historical Sciences, Professor, Deputy Director of the Ulaanbaatar branch of the Russian Economic University named after G.V. Plekhanov ( pl.dugar@yahoo.com )

Erofeev I.A. Head of the Russian Center Foundation "Russian world" in the Ulaanbaatar branch, the Russian Economic University named after G.V. Plekhanov ( i-pocchta@yandex.ru )

Journal: National Interests: Priorities and Security, #12, 2013

In the article it is noted that Russia gradually loses the positions in Mongolia, including in education. If necessary measures in the specified sphere aren't taken, further (approximately in 10 years) it will be difficult to hope for maintenance of necessary mutual understanding and effective cooperation of two countries in all spheres. However in order that Russian education took a worthy place in Mongolia, it is necessary its support at the state level.


Strategy of innovative development of railway transport in eastern siberia and far east and actual issues of the Russian-Mongolian cooperation

Filin S.A. Plekhanov Russian University of Economics, Moscow, Russian Federation ( safilin@mail.ru )

Dugarzhav L. Plekhanov Russian University of Economics, Ulan Bator branch, Ulan Bator, Mongolia ( pl.dugar@yahoo.com )

Journal: National Interests: Priorities and Security, #26, 2014

The article provides an overview of the development of rail transport in the border areas of Russia and Mongolia since the 1930 and so far. The article discusses the Trans-Siberian railroad and the Baikal-Amur highway freights of the first tariff class (more than 50% of the freights going for export, - raw materials). The authors point out that the freight transports on these railroads cheap and transportation has to be very cheap for this freight. The paper emphasizes that ensuring profitable operation of these highways requires price level increase for transportation of this nomenclature of freights for 77% that can make transportation of raw freights unprofitable. The work gives the estimation of the main provisions of the strategy Realization of strategy of innovative development of the Trans-Siberian railroad and the Baikal-Amur highway.


Evaluation and management of the knowledge capital

Filin S.A. candidate of economic sciences, associate professor of chair management of investments and innovations, Russian economic University ( safilin@mail.ru )

Journal: National Interests: Priorities and Security, #31, 2010

Increase of a role and value of the information as factor of manufacture essentially modernizes process of formation of industrial costs: the modern technology has made the information easily duplicated goods, creation of which additional quantity demands insignificant costs. At the same time value knowledge contained in them, which now began simultaneously both the capital, and the goods, can be very essential. In turn, as well as for any goods, formation of the market of knowledge as segment of the market of innovations causes necessity of their accumulation, inventory and creation of methods of measurement for a possibility of realization of comparative estimations of the capital of knowledge from the point of view of their use in economy; for appropriation of productive force of knowledge it is important to capitalize it that it answered conditions at which the capital of knowledge exists and functions as the capital, namely: the knowledge should save more labour, than its purchase costed; labour of its realization should be checked by the capital; it should become the property of the subject of the economy realizing knowledge in innovational production. All this transforms fundamental bases of traditional cost estimations and demands new approaches and methods of an estimation of knowledge as goods and the capital of knowledge as a whole.


Implementation of investment potential of regions by increasing the investment attractiveness and business involvement in investment process

Goncharenko L.P. Doctor of Economics, Professor, Head of the Department of Management of Investments and Innovations, the Russian Economic University named after G.V.Plekhanov ( inn.invest@mail.ru )

Filin S.A. Doctor of Economics, Professor, the Department of Management of Investments and Innovations, the Russian Economic University named after G.V.Plekhanov ( safilin@mail.ru )

Yakushev A.J. PhD in Economics, Associate Professor, the Department of Management of Investments and Innovations, the Russian Economic University named after G.V.Plekhanov ( yakushev@mnevniki.ru )

Akulinin F.V. PhD in Economics, Associate Professor the Department of Management of Investments and Innovations, the Russian Economic University named after G.V.Plekhanov ( akulininf@yandex.ru )

Kuzmishchev D.A. PhD in Economics, Associate Professor the Department of Management of Investments and Innovations, the Russian Economic University named after G.V.Plekhanov ( kuzov@mail.ru )

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

In the article the private indicators characterizing integrated investment appeal of the region now in use by rating agencies are analyzed. The accounting of measures offered by authors, in particular additional private indicators at an assessment of investment appeal of regions, will allow increasing objectivity of such assessment and investment appeal of regions as a whole. It will allow realizing more fully the investment potential of the region, to increase quality of an assessment of efficiency of use of investments, first of all in an innovation, in the region and to involve business in regional investment and innovative process.


The formation of conditions and strategic tools to mobilize the economy

Filin S.A. Plekhanov Russian University of Economics, Moscow, Russian Federation ( safilin@mail.ru )

Yakushev A.Zh. Plekhanov Russian University of Economics, Moscow, Russian Federation ( Yakushev.AZH@rea.ru )

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

Subject The paper discusses the issues of formation of conditions and instruments for mobilizing the Russian economy under economic sanctions by the United States, European Union countries and others.
Objectives The paper aims to analyze the possibility of mobilizing the economy in Russia and on the basis of this analysis, develop suggestions to enhance the effectiveness of the mobilization for transition to a new economy, the higher quality one.
Methods The paper uses the logical methods of historical research, analysis and synthesis based on the system information and system-cognitive approaches and principles of design strategic and crisis management. The novelty of this work is to identify the conditions and instruments to ensure the effective mobilization of the Russian economy of innovation type.
Results The paper contains system requirements and organizational and economic tools to mobilize the economy, the availability and use of which are necessary to successfully overcome the current socio-economic crisis and for the Russian economy transition to an innovative type of development. As a result of research, the paper presents systematized prerequisites, conditions, and tools for the effective mobilization of the Russian economy.
Conclusions The paper concludes that mobilization of the economy requires the development of strategic organizational-economic instruments, relevant to the objectives of social development. A prerequisite for application of mobilization innovative type strategies is the cooperation of enterprises and scientific and technological organizations of average technological production equipment level or better.


A strategy for implementing the Transcontinental Railway Project across the Bering Strait

Filin S.A. Plekhanov Russian University of Economics, Moscow, Russian Federation ( safilin@mail.ru )

Yakushev A.Zh. Plekhanov Russian University of Economics, Moscow, Russian Federation ( Yakushev.AZH@rea.ru )

Journal: National Interests: Priorities and Security, #10, 2016

Importance The article overviews key strategic areas for the transcontinental railway project across the Bering Strait.
Objectives The research analyzes the current state of the transcontinental railway across the Bering Strait, States that may possibly take part in the project, and outlines strategic areas for this project implementation.
Methods The article involves methods of logic historical research, comparative analysis and synthesis through principles of strategic project management and forecasting. As for the scientific novelty, the article identifies and systematizes conditions, strategic implementation areas, roles and benefits of Russia and other countries in the transcontinental railway over the Bering Strait.
Results We analyze development phases and contemporary state of the project, relevant hazards, threats, risks and opportunities. Based on the analysis, we proposed and systematized strategic areas for the project implementation, and opportunities for innovative development of the Russian Far East and Eastern Siberia. The article presents a comparative analysis of States that may possibly participate in the transcontinental crossing project and proposed systemic requirements, conditions, roles and benefits of Russia and other countries from its implementation.
Conclusions and Relevance We conclude that the transcontinental railway project across the Bering Strait, notwithstanding multiple political and economic benefits, cannot be recognized as economically reasonable, geopolitically and geoeconomically secure for Russia, unless conditions mentioned herein are observed.


The role of the cooperative sector in ensuring the innovative development and economic security of Russia

Filin S.A. Plekhanov Russian University of Economics, Moscow, Russian Federation ( safilin@mail.ru )

Chaikovskaya L.A. Plekhanov Russian University of Economics, Moscow, Russian Federation ( Chaik4@yandex.ru )

Journal: National Interests: Priorities and Security, #3, 2016

Importance The article discusses the improvement of the cooperative sector's performance in terms of import substitution during the EU and U.S. economic sanctions.
Objectives The research analyzes the role of the cooperative sector in ensuring the innovative development and import substitution in Russia and elaborates respective proposals for enhancing the cooperative sector's security.
Methods The research draws upon the methods of logic and historical research, analysis and synthesis; identifies opportunities of the cooperative sector for ensuring the innovative development and import substitution in Russia when they accede the innovative cluster.
Results We systematized prerequisites and conditions for origination and integration of various corporate forms into the cluster and relationships between advantages cooperatives may provide in small and middle-sized entities in the Russian entities, and cost effectiveness of such clusters. We outlined proposals to increase the efficiency of the cooperative sector in ensuring innovative development and economic security of Russia. The article also reviews the specifics of taxation of cooperatives and its members.
Conclusions and Relevance Currently, innovation clustering should become a common development trend and a general characteristics in the process of forming markets in the constituent entities of the Russian Federation. The article shows that the innovation clustering process relates to the originating market of program-based investment in innovative development as part of the cooperation between the State at the macro- and mesolevels, large financial capital, large, middle-sized and small innovative entities and cooperatives.


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