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An analysis of the use of irrigated agriculture capacity: The Southern Federal District case study

Ugryumova A.A. All-Russia Research Institute of Irrigation and Agricultural Water Supply Systems “Raduga”, Kolomna, Moscow Oblast, Russian Federation ( eminaa@mail.ru )

Zamakhovskii M.P. State University of Humanities and Social Studies, Kolomna, Moscow Oblast, Russian Federation ( zamakhovskii@mail.ru )

Pautova L.E. All-Russia Research Institute of Irrigation and Agricultural Water Supply Systems “Raduga”, Kolomna, Moscow Oblast, Russian Federation ( cosidanie35@yandex.ru )

Tyurina L.M. All-Russia Research Institute of Irrigation and Agricultural Water Supply Systems “Raduga”, Kolomna, Moscow Oblast, Russian Federation ( klubasha@mail.ru )

Journal: Regional Economics: Theory and Practice, #11, 2018

Subject This article examines the state of irrigated agriculture of the Southern Federal District of the Russian Federation in the context of the implementation of the Food Security Doctrine of the Russian Federation and the Federal Targeted Programme Development of Agricultural Land Reclamation of Russia for 2014–2020.
Objectives The article aims to analyze the use of irrigated lands in the Southern Federal District and identify a capacity for improving the irrigated agriculture efficiency.
Methods For the study, we used the methods of business economics, and statistical, marketing and SWOT analyses.
Results The article presents an original ranking of the District regions by area of irrigated land, average yield and gross output of vegetable crops. It identifies and assesses the factors affecting the external and internal potentials of irrigated agriculture of the Southern Federal District.
Relevance The results obtained can be used for monitoring the costs allocated for irrigated agriculture in the Russian Federation, as well as in the decision making by the executive authorities.


Ethical city as a condition of sustainable development

Ugryumova A.A. All-Russian Research Institute Raduga, Kolomna, Moscow Oblast, Russian Federation ( feminaa@mail.ru )

Kapustina T.A. All-Russian Research Institute Raduga, Kolomna, Moscow Oblast, Russian Federation ( kapustina_tat@inbox.ru )

Pautova L.E. All-Russian Research Institute Raduga, Kolomna, Moscow Oblast, Russian Federation ( cosidanie35@yandex.ru )

Journal: Regional Economics: Theory and Practice, #8, 2018

Subject This article examines the concept of an Ethical City and discusses the factors that shape the concept. The article gives special importance to the safety parameters of the urban environment.
Objectives The article aims to designate and disclose the category of an Ethical City as a territory of sustainable development. As well, it aims to highlight the factors and trends that determine the formation of an ethical city and classify indicators that help assess the level of ethics of the urban environment.
Methods For the study, we used the methods of statistical, economic, and situational analyses.
Results The article presents the results of the survey of the population of the City of Kolomna, allowing to rank the factors forming the category of an Ethical City. It specifies the concept of Comfort in relation to the urban environment and offers a classification of comfort factors in urban areas. The article also discusses the indicators used to evaluate the ethical city and substantiates the relevance of the introduction of the concept of an Ethical City into scientific circulation.
Conclusions and Relevance The introduction of the category of an Ethical City and the diagnosis of socio-economic factors of its development will contribute to improving the comfort and safety of the urban environment. The main conclusions can be recommended for municipal authorities to form a comfortable urban environment and create an urban competitive economy.


National security through the lens of globalization processes

Ugryumova A.A. All-Russian Research Institute Raduga, Kolomna, Moscow Oblast, Russian Federation ( feminaa@mail.ru )

Pautova L.E. All-Russian Research Institute Raduga, Kolomna, Moscow Oblast, Russian Federation ( cosidanie35@yandex.ru )

Skorska A.M. University of Economics, Katowice, Republic of Poland ( anna.skorska@ue.katowice.pl )

Wasowicz J.G. University of Economics, Katowice, Republic of Poland ( jaroslaw.wasowicz@ue.katowice.pl )

Journal: National Interests: Priorities and Security, #8, 2018

Importance The article surveys the current economic security of a country and regions, which influences the socio-economic development of the area.
Objectives The research analyzes the current economic security from perspectives of globalization processes and external economic challenges. We identify the most substantial threats to the current development process.
Methods The research applies methods of logic, economic and situational analysis.
Results We note the need to study the national security threats of the Russian Federation as globalization processes intensify. We specify the mechanism for regulating regional threats and classify the principal regional risks that grow in the process of international cooperation. We clarify the way regional risks arise, proliferate and are managed in the area of their origination. The article indicates the most significant threats to the socio-economic development of border regions and provides recommendations for managing risks there as such regions are more integrated into the global community.
Conclusions and Relevance Evaluation and assessment of socio-economic threats of spatial development will increase the security of the national and regional development and reduce or eliminate risks that the areas will be trapped in foreign trade processes. The main conclusions may prove useful for federal and regional authorities so as to identify and prevent threats and risks of spatial development.


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