Estimation of efficiency of re-structuring of the Russian enterprises (on an example of Administration of Federal post of Arkhangelsk region)
Frolov N.I. postgraduate student of the department «Finance and credit» of the Arkhangelsk State Technical University, vice-director of Federal Post (subsidiary in Arkhangelsk Region «Post of Russia») ( email@example.com )
Journal: Economic Analysis: Theory and Practice, #17, 2010
This article analyzes the results of the restructuring of the Federal postal operator and the territorial administration of the Federal postal mapped key quantitative indicators change targets specified in the concept of restructuring the Federal postal service.
Frolov A.A. сandidate of technical science, assistant professor of “Economics and technology of production processes” department, Vologda State Technical University ( firstname.lastname@example.org )
Frolov S.A. post-graduate student of “Machine-building technology” department, Vologda State Technical University
Journal: Regional Economics: Theory and Practice, #41, 2010
Enterprises having motor transport should settle one important ecological problem: this is how to utilize the worn out tires. Obsolete, worn out tires are the source of environment pollution.
Frolov I.E. PhD in Economics, Head of Laboratory, the Institute of Economic Forecasting of the Russian Academy of Sciences ( email@example.com )
Journal: Finance and Credit, #7, 2013
The status and trends of Russian high-technology and science-intensive complex development over last 10 years are examined and comparative assessments of the current complex condition with the tendencies of global high-technology sector development are given. This analysis serves to clarify Russia failure in building of efficient innovation economy. To provide theoretical explanation on that failure hypothesis was put forward that formation of high-technology industries, national innovation systems and modernization processes are common in nature and based on the emergence and development of capital new forms. Therefore it is necessary to distinguish between "innovation" as emergence and development of new industries (the definition of Schumpeter) and "innovation" as cycle of capital extended development which uses new technology as permanent resource for its growing. Thus the key challenges of Russian economic modernization should be the reintegration of the institutional structure of the national economy and reindustrialization of country.
Bendikov M.A. Central Economics and Mathematics Institute, RAS, Moscow, Russian Federation ( firstname.lastname@example.org )
Frolov I.E. Institute of Economic Forecasting, RAS, Moscow, Russian Federation ( email@example.com )
Khrustalev O.E. Central Economics and Mathematics Institute, RAS, Moscow, Russian Federation ( firstname.lastname@example.org )
Journal: National Interests: Priorities and Security, #34, 2014
In the modern world there is the understanding that the pace and directions of the scientific and technological development are important remedies in the struggle for social and economic prosperity; achieving competitive advantage in national and international markets; ensuring national security. The role of new technologies is especially important in ensuring the sustainability of economic growth, determined by the quality of economic performance, in which formation of the decisive role belongs to the intensive factors of development: research and development, as well as an innovation, which are embodied in the new products and technologies. The article analyzes the experience of scientific and technological development of a number of developing countries, which have established the effective national innovation systems. The paper considers the specificity of the development of such systems in the United States, Japan and Europe, where innovation mechanisms have been transformed from the means of the solution of certain socio-economic objectives into a key factor of social development. The experience of the structural changes testifies that the maximum effect they bring in the conditions of the best combination of market forces and leverages with an active organizational influence of the State. Among the most important measures, which are aimed at accelerating an economic growth, the authors discriminate the micro-economic measures, which encompass the protection of property rights, maintaining the stable political environment and ensuring an international integration through the free trade policies. The results show that the formation of the favorable innovation climate requires consideration of the degree of the development of institutional structure and legal system of market economy. Since the innovation process is carried along the general rules of the market, the key role in it is played by the commercialization of the development and dissemination of innovations, as well as the well-defined property rights on such a specific item as knowledge, information, description of technological processes and samples, etc. in all its limits on the path from the developer to the consumer. The authors arrive at conclusion that the scientific-technological and innovation development should be developed and implemented in keeping with the long-term and effective science and industrial policy of the State. This requires a review of the views on the role of science in the modern Russian society and their restructuring taking into account the trends of the world economy and the characteristics of the domestic economy.
Frolov A.L. Graduate Student of department "Economic Theory", the Academic International Institute ( AlexFrolov88@mail.ru )
Journal: Economic Analysis: Theory and Practice, #1, 2013
In the article the specific factors influencing the implementation of the innovative project are considered. Specifics of standard indicators application are defined in the economic analysis of innovative projects. The features of an assessment of their economic efficiency are revealed.
Frolov D.P. Doctor of economic sciences, head of a chair marketing and advertising, Volgograd state university ( email@example.com )
Inyutina O.V. Postgraduate student of chair marketing and advertising, Volgograd state university ( firstname.lastname@example.org )
Journal: Regional Economics: Theory and Practice, #35, 2011
Potential and prospects of the institutional theory of shadow economy are analyzed. Efficiency of the institutional approach for studying of shadow phenomena is proved. Key methodological problems of the institutional analysis - terminological uncertainty, an illegibility of classification and complexity of the statistical account of shadow economy are revealed.
Frolov D.P. Doctor of Economic Sciences, Professor, Head of Department "Marketing and Advertising", the Volgograd State University ( email@example.com )
Journal: Economic Analysis: Theory and Practice, #11, 2013
In the article critically analyses of methodological myths prevailing in the theory of technological development was carried out. On the basis of institutional analysis concluded that there is a need to actively explore transaction technologies in economic evolution. Technological change and the revolution are seen as competition processes and cooperation agents of the institutions that integrate technology in macro-and mega generation are considered.
Frolov D.P. Doctor of Economic Sciences, Head of the Department "Marketing and Advertising", the Volgograd State University ( firstname.lastname@example.org )
Sishkov V.A. accounting economist and analyst of economic activity, Volgograd state university ( email@example.com )
Journal: Regional Economics: Theory and Practice, #22, 2013
In the article key problems and perspective directions of marketing of nanoindustry are presented. The problems and possibilities of promotion of nanotechnological production are revealed. The need of construction of marketing strategies of development of a nanoindustry for regions of the Russian Federation is reasoned; the structure of reference strategy on the example of Volgograd region is proved.
Frolov D.P. Doctor of Economic Sciences, Professor, Head of the Department of Marketing and Advertising, the Volgograd State University ( firstname.lastname@example.org )
Lavrentyeva A.V. Analyst of the Department of Support of Scientific-Research Works, the Volgograd State University ( email@example.com )
Journal: Economic Analysis: Theory and Practice, #24, 2013
In the article a critical review of the physical and biological metaphors in institutional economic theory are presented. It is proved that the physical (including mechanistic) analogy is most adequate for associative characteristics of statics and kinetics of institutional systems and biological - figurative descriptions of their evolution.
Frolov D.P. Doctor of Economics, Professor, Head of the Department of Marketing and Advertizing, the Volgograd State University ( firstname.lastname@example.org )
Shishkov V.A. Economist of Accounting and Business Analysis, the Volgograd State University email@example.com
Journal: Regional Economics: Theory and Practice, #31, 2013
In the article experience of introduction of territorial marketing in the Volgograd region is systematized and analysed, the stages and forms of this process are allocated. Typical problem for the Russian regions of strategic marketing planning are detailed. Practical recommendations on development of reference regional marketing strategy and procedural model of the mechanism of its realization are offered.
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