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Development of regulation of instruments of household saving activity

Koshko O.V. Doctor of economics, head of department «Economic theory, Account and Analysis», Vologda State Technical University ( streamant@yandex.ru )

Rybakov D.N. Graduate student of department «Economic theory, Account and Analysis», Vologda State Technical University ( disfin@yandex.ru )

Journal: Finance and Credit, #3, 2012

In the article the questions, concerning interactions in the market of savings of all participants of savings process are considered: households, financially-credit institutions, the enterprises and the state. And also the place, a role and degree of influence of each of participants on savings process is considered.


On attracting the U.S. direct investments into the Japanese economy

Koshko O.V. Vologda State University, Vologda, Russian Federation ( streamant@yandex.ru )

Romanova E.M. Federation Council of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation, Moscow, Russian Federation ( mola123@yandex.ru )

Journal: Finance and Credit, #5, 2018

Subject The article examines major trends in attracting foreign direct investment (FDI) of transnational corporations (TNC) of the United States into the Japanese economy.
Objectives The purpose is to study new features and trends in the export of U.S. direct investment to Japan in the late 90's – early 2000's, identify measures aimed at attracting overseas capital to the Japanese economy and determine what Japan is doing to increase it, analyze main problems in attracting foreign funds.
Methods The study employs methods of scientific abstraction and statistical analysis based on foreign literature.
Results We analyzed major trends in the investment cooperation between the USA and Japan, defined prospects for U.S. direct investment in the economy of Japan, FDI volume, dynamics and structure, considered problems and prospects for attracting direct investment of U.S. TNCs in the economy of Japan.
Conclusions and Relevance For recent decades, Japan has created a favorable environment for further attraction of foreign direct investment through a number of structural reforms, and constantly diversifies this sphere. There are some problems related to economic policy of the USA, which is targeted at improving the investment climate in the country. The prospects for bilateral investment cooperation between the USA and Japan are very uncertain. Mutual trade, economic and investment cooperation with Japan and other Asia-Pacific countries are unclear.


On attracting direct investment of U.S. Transnational corporations to the Russian economy under sanctions

Koshko O.V. Vologda State University, Vologda, Russian Federation ( streamant@yandex.ru )

Romanova E.M. National Small and Medium-sized Enterprise Fund, Moscow, Russian Federation ( mola123@yandex.ru )

Journal: Finance and Credit, #9, 2018

Importance The article shows major problems related to attracting U.S. investment to the Russian economy, taking into account 'unfavorable' prospects for cooperation between Russia and the USA.
Objectives The purpose is to identify main constraints and problems preventing an increase in the American capital inflow to our economy under counter sanctions.
Methods We employ methods of scientific abstraction, statistical analysis on the basis of domestic and foreign literature review.
Results The paper unveils positive and negative trends in the Russian-American investment cooperation, identifies problems in attracting foreign direct investment (FDI) of the U.S. transnational corporations to the Russian economy.
Conclusions To increase the inflow of U.S. direct investment to strategically significant sectors of our economy and improve the investment cooperation between Russia and the USA, it is necessary to solve essential problems hampering the successful bilateral cooperation, on condition that sanctions against our country be lifted. Russia should have a policy to develop methods of attracting capital to our country based on the principle of deterring FDI inflows to strategic sectors (as it is practiced by Japanese, Chinese, and Korean governments). Further prospects for bilateral investment cooperation are very uncertain. The United States does nothing to improve Russia–U.S. relations, much less to propel them to the next level. The article may be of interest to experts of the world economy, academic researchers, postgraduates and students majoring in economics and finance.


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