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To question of methods of assessment of determinants of shadow economy

Golovko M.V. PhD in Economics, Associate Professor, the Department of Economics and Socio-Humanitarian Disciplines, the Volgodonsk Engineering Technical Institute ( golovko178@yandex.ru )

Journal: National Interests: Priorities and Security, #33, 2013

In the article the main approaches to an assessment of determinants of shadow economy are considered. The results of foreign researches are presented and generalized. The theoretical basis for research of influence of quality of the institutional environment on rates of development of the Russian shadow sector is presented.


Method of monitoring and assessment of trust level of businessmen to authorities as factor of safety of institutional environment

Golovko M.V. PhD in Economics, Associate Professor of department "Management",the South-Russian Institute - branch of the Russian Academy of National Economy and Public Service, Rostov-on-Don ( golovko178@yandex.ru )

Journal: National Interests: Priorities and Security, #23, 2012

In the article the technique of monitoring and an assessment of trust level of businessmen to authorities is presented. According to the author, the specified level of trust can be considered as result of safety of the institutional environment and fight against available threats. The assessment on the basis of trust index is made. It pays off on two groups of methods of state regulation - alternative and uncontested. The index is information basis for optimization of state regulation of economy.


Non-economic factors of economic security

Golovko M.V. Volgodonsk Engineering Technical Institute, branch of National Research Nuclear University MEPhI (MEPhI), Volgodonsk, Rostov-on-Don Oblast, Russian Federation ( MVGolovko@mephi.ru )

Plotnikov V.A. Saint-Petersburg State University of Economics (SPbSEU), St. Petersburg, Russian Federation ( plotnikov_2000@mail.ru )

Journal: National Interests: Priorities and Security, #1, 2019

Subject The article examines non-economic factors of the national economic security.
Objectives The research is an attempt to use statistical data and justify a non-economic factor of economic development, such as culture, ethics of economic relations. We also determine how it influences the development of the shadow sector of the Russian economy.
Methods The research employs analytical and statistical approaches, comparative analysis, content-analysis.
Results Although there is a theoretical and methodological kernel, economics security theory is not well elaborated. This obstructs the use of sociological tools as much as needed, which corresponds with the current principle of anthropocentrism in economic research, and cross-disciplinary tendency. The methodology of sociological research allows to identify the issue of habitualizing informal economic practices in Russia. To explain our views, we relied upon findings of sociological surveys performed by renown organizations. Principal non-economic factors of economic security include the persistent social confrontation of hired workforce, entrepreneurs and power, moral and ethical decay of the contemporary Russian society, paternalistic attitude of the people to the State, double standards seen in the way the people treat corruption.
Conclusions and Relevance The economic security culture, transformation of values and development of economic ethics free from the shadow side are key non-economic factors of social development and economic growth. These non-economic factors should be totally considered as an ideological aspect setting up priorities of social and economic policy of the State.


Determining innovative growth drivers of regional industrial sectors

Golovko M.V. Volgodonsk Engineering and Technical Institute, Branch of National Research Nuclear University MEPhI (Moscow Engineering Physics Institute), Volgodonsk, Rostov–on–Don Oblast, Russia Federation ( MVGolovko@mephi.ru )

Tsuverkalova O.F. Volgodonsk Engineering and Technical Institute, Branch of National Research Nuclear University MEPhI (Moscow Engineering Physics Institute), Volgodonsk, Rostov–on–Don Oblast, Russia Federation ( OFTsuverkalova@mephi.ru )

Ryabtsun V.V. Technological Institute, Branch of National Research Nuclear University MEPhI (Moscow Engineering Physics Institute), Lesnoy, Sverdlovsk Oblast, Russia Federation ( VVRyabtsun@mephi.ru )

Journal: Regional Economics: Theory and Practice, #3, 2017

Importance The article examines innovative growth drivers of regions in the Russian Federation.
Objectives Based on statistical data, we attempted to determine innovative growth drivers of regional industrial sectors and subsequently steer sustainable development of economy in the regions of the Russian Federation.
Methods The research relies upon methods of factor analysis using Statsoft’s STATISTICA software. The conclusions were verified using a combination of economic and mathematical methods that allowed for their increased reliability. Calculus is based on data of the Federal State Statistics Service of the Russian Federation and findings of focus groups of the regional business community.
Results We analyzed theoretical aspects reflecting what role innovation played in the development of industrial sectors and the State. We found some prevailing factors that dictated the level of innovative development of industrial sectors and regions. Relying upon the selected factors, we set a regression model. Results of focus groups and survey of representatives of regional industrial sectors demonstrate that innovative development of processing enterprises is strongly influenced by factors of economic uncertainty, shortage of financial resources and insufficient demand for innovative products in the domestic and external markets. Regional breakdown of researches shows that finance and human resources play a significant role in the region’s innovative development.
Conclusions and Relevance We substantiated innovative growth drivers of regional industrial sectors. They can be regarded to outline priority areas where active support of the State is needed in terms of industrial and economic policies.


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