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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.


Strategic areas for development of the Triple-I logistics in Russia

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

Damdindorzh B. Plekhanov Russian University of Economics, Moscow, Russian Federation ( batsaikhan_d@mail.ru )

Journal: National Interests: Priorities and Security, #11, 2016

Importance The research identifies strategic areas for developing innovative, information and Internet logistics in Russia.
Objectives The research analyzes the current state of innovative, information and Internet logistics in Russia and abroad, and elaborates strategic areas for its development in Russia and Mongolia.
Methods The article employs methods of logic and historical research, comparative analysis and synthesis through principles of strategic management and forecasting. The research identifies and systematizes strategic areas for developing the contemporary logistic infrastructure run by Russia and Mongolia jointly, benefits they and other countries may derive from the development of innovative, information and Internet logistics.
Results We analyzed development steps and current state of innovative, information and Internet logistics in Russia and abroad, respective opportunities at economic levels. We propose theoretical and methodological approaches by combining innovation and traditional approaches to the logistic system and its formation that complies with international e-markets.
Conclusions and Relevance We conclude that the railway line from Russia to ?r?mqi (People's Republic of China) through Mongolia and onwards to Pakistan and India will push the development of certain Russian areas, rearrange the existing traffic from Russia and increase export potential. However, Russia can act as a transit country since it lags behind in terms of its innovative, information and Internet logistic technologies, intermodal transportation techniques. It may host the center for rearranging transit traffic flows among the EU and the Pacific Rim.


Modern development of innovational interaction of sphere of small and average business of Russia and Mongolia as continuation of centuries-old russian-mongolian relations

Paraskeva S.B. Cand. Econ. Sc., the co-chairman Russian-Mongolian Business Council

Dugarzhav L. Doctor of History, the professor, Dep. Directors of branch of Plehanov Russian Academy in Ulan Bator

Filin S.A. Cand. Tech. Sc, the responsible secretary, Dep. the chairman Russian-Mongolian Business Council

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

The basic directions of the Russian-Mongolian cooperation are foreign trade, creation of the joint venture, frontier trade, a science and engineering, education, culture, manufacture, construction, sphere of services, tourism. The annual gain of commodity circulation in 25?30% has provided its volume on results of 2008 ? 1,3 billion dollars (in 2007 ? 700 million), having exceeded the 2010 planned to the end a parameter in 1 billion dollars. Basically frontier regional connections on which it is necessary about 70% of the Russian - Mongolian commodity circulation develop. Problems which stand now in front of the Russian Federation and Mongolia are similar. Main from them ? transition to innovational type of development, including through creation highly effective structures similar technoparks, development of innovative - active small and average business and the organization of frontier cooperation with a view of creation of favorable conditions for businessmen on development of trade between the Russian Federation and Mongolia and attraction of the Russian investments to Mongolia. During visit of the prime Minister of the Russian Federation by V.V.Putin to Mongolia (May, 2009) the Russian-Mongolian Business Council which creation is caused by mutual interest of Mongolia and Russia in restoration and the further development of trade and economic relations between two our states and necessity of the joint approach to the decision of above named problems was founded


Topical issues of Russia and Mongolia cooperation in economy and business

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

Luvsantserengiin D. Ulaanbaatar Branch of Plekhanov Russian University of Economics, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia ( pl.dugar@yahoo.com )

Dugarzhav O. Institute of International Relations of Mongolian State University, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia ( otgonchimeg@num.edu.mn )

Ochirmaa O. Plekhanov Russian University of Economics, Mongolia ( ochirmaa_o@yahoo.com )

Badarch D. Ministry of trade and industry of Mongolia, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia ( ipbadarch@yahoo.com )

Falileeva N.V. Ulaanbaatar Branch of Plekhanov Russian University of Economics, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia ( ubfil@mongol.net )

Journal: National Interests: Priorities and Security, #25, 2014

The article points out that Mongolia came to the forefront in the world in terms of economic development currently. GDP growth rate in 2012 was 25.8% (in the comparable price of 2005 - 12.3%) according to data of National Statistical Administration of Mongolia. The authors suppose that the gross domestic product of Mongolia will continue to grow such rates up to 2017. The paper emphasizes that the leading countries of the world: USA, Japan, People's Republic of China, Canada, Republic of Korea and other countries actively participate in the Mongolian external relations. The article reveals that the share of China accounts for over 90% of Mongolia's exports and imports to ?. All this is considerably connected with the deterioration of a world environment and loss of the Russian influence in Mongolia as a whole. The volume of the Russian-Mongolian trade has the generally extensive character and significantly depends on an environment and fluctuation in prices of oil products and mineral raw materials in the world markets. The authors discuss that at the present time the issues of the efficiency increase of the Mongolian and Russian trade and economic cooperation.


The concept of technical scientific and technological cycles

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

Journal: Regional Economics: Theory and Practice, #45, 2014

Objectives The purpose of the article is to develop approaches to forecasting of the hypothetical 7th and higher technological modes and cycles. The tasks to be solved consist in identification of the essence and trends of the process of recurrence of development of open social and economic systems, and also the factors influencing this process for their use when forecasting hypothetical, and technological modes and cycles, which are higher in comparison with the existing ones.
     Methods To solve the assigned tasks, I used the analysis and synthesis, and also the methods of logical historical research, and a trend method. The novelty of the article is the development of a technical scientific and technological production cycles concept, periodization of which is based on the dominating power sources used in the corresponding production cycles. Despite all importance of the recurrence of the modern global economy development for problems of forecasting revealed by N.D. Kondratyev, its model (as well as any stochastic model) only studies the behavior of a system in the closed environment.
     Results The appearing new economic concepts, doctrines and models often complicate reality to such degree that economists are not only able to predict an approaching crisis, but also able rather precisely predict the change of separate parameters of business cycles. Such models not always allow revealing the essence, genesis, structure of the open system, studied behavior, the logics of its interaction with other systems, etc.
     Conclusions and Relevance Taking into account the ongoing financial and economic crises, it is necessary to organize the effective policy of the crisis prevention and crisis management, which is based on the ability to predict emergence of crisis and to select the economic tools, which allow in advance initiating and supporting it.


Russia and Mongolia: the Crimea аnd events in Ukraine

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

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

Journal: National Interests: Priorities and Security, #39, 2014

Objectives The purpose of the article is to identify the historical prerequisites of the achievements, which have been reached by Russia and Mongolia within the framework of their centuries-old military-political union in order to preserve them in modern conditions and development. In the article, we have attempted to identify the trends in the development of the Russian-Mongolian relationship based on the analysis of the Ukrainian events through the opinions and attitudes of the citizens of Mongolia and its responsible executives.
     Methods We use the methods of logical historical research, analysis and synthesis. The novelty of the article resides in the identification of the trends in the Russian-Mongolian relationship development. Russia and Mongolia are the next-door neighbors. Moreover, the historical roots of the traditional centuries-old ties have almost an 800-year history. We point out that within all this period, the distinctive features of the relationship of the two States were characterized by the mutual aid within the framework of the military-political union, as well as by an innovative nature of interaction. The military-political union of Russia (subsequently, of the USSR) and Mongolia provided not only the restoration and the subsequent preservation of independence of the two countries, but also made an essential contribution to the preservation of freedom and independence of the USSR and Mongolia. The aforementioned union has accelerated the end of World War 2, saved millions of lives including the Japanese ones, and it has accorded the decisive assistance in the liberation of the people of China, Korea, Vietnam, Burma, and also gave an impetus to the national liberation movement of the entire Asia.
     Results We point out that the aggravation of the relations between Russia and the West due to the events in Ukraine caused the public embarrassment in the Mongolian society, which is correlated with the powerful pressure exerted by the USA and the European Union, which is aimed at disintegration.
     Conclusions and Relevance At the present time, the military and political union of Russia and Mongolia is facing the severe challenge.


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