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Assessment of financial security of the Kemerovo region

Sheveleva O.B. PhD in Economics, Associate Professor of department Finance and Credit, the Kuzbass State Technical University named after T.F. Gorbachev, Kemerovo ( oksana0701@yandex.ru )

Slesarenko E. Assistant Professor of department Finance and Credit, the Kuzbass State Technical University named after T.F. Gorbachev, Kemerovo ( slekvlad@mail.ru )

Journal: Regional Economics: Theory and Practice, #4, 2013

In the article on the example of the Kemerovo region the technique of an assessment of financial safety of the region, based on system approach according to account the analysis of budgetary and tax, investment and innovative safety, safety of the credit and the bank sphere, financial and economic safety of managing subjects is offered and approved.


Interrelation categories "financial system of the region" and "regional financial safety

Sheveleva O.B. PhD in Economics, Associate Professor, Department Finance and Credit, the Kuzbass State Technical University named after TF Gorbachev, Kemerovo ( oksana0701@yandex.ru )

Slesarenko E.V. Assistant of Department Finance and Credit, the Kuzbass State Technical University named after T.F. Gorbachev, Kemerovo ( slekvlad@mail.ru )

Journal: Regional Economics: Theory and Practice, #20, 2013

In the article the interrelation of indicators of a financial system of the region and regional financial security is investigated, criteria of an assessment of regional financial security are developed (on key spheres of a financial system), the mechanism of definition of an integrated assessment of financial safety of the region is presented.


Evaluating the security of the fiscal and budgetary system of the Kemerovo Oblast

Sheveleva O.B. T.F. Gorbachev Kuzbass State Technical University (KuzSTU), Kemerovo, Russian Federation ( shob.fk@kuzstu.ru )

Slesarenko E.V. T.F. Gorbachev Kuzbass State Technical University (KuzSTU), Kemerovo, Russian Federation ( sev.fk@kuzstu.ru )

Journal: National Interests: Priorities and Security, #5, 2020

Subject. The article deals with the security of the fiscal and budgetary system in resource-based regions during highly volatile prices in the global energy market external economic, political, technological and epidemiological shocks.
Objectives. The study is to detect hazards in the fiscal and budgetary system of resource-based regions. Such hazards really put the regional competitiveness and economic security at peril.
Methods. The article evaluates the security of the fiscal system in the Kemerovo Oblast through the integral indicator and the threshold (critical) value.
Results. We found key threats to the fiscal and budgetary system of the Kemerovo Oblast, which undermine the regional competitiveness and economic security.
Conclusions and Relevance. Authorities shall comprehensively attempt to create the environment for developing manufacturing sectors in the region, especially science-intensive and high-tech production enterprises by alleviating infrastructure and administrative constraints for business, raising the finance of science and innovation from the State and mobilize investors' resources, lure them to finance prioritized lines of the regional economic development. The findings and conclusions can be used to outline principles of the region's economic policy, socioeconomic development strategies of the region economy.


Key priorities of the structural modernization policy in today's Russia

Slesarenko E.V. Kuzbass State Technical University named after T.F. Gorbatchev (KuzSTU), Kemerovo, Russian Federation ( slekvlad@mail.ru )

Journal: National Interests: Priorities and Security, #5, 2018

Importance It is especially vital for Russia to improve the mechanism for adjusting the structure of the national economy. The existing structural disparity may cause the loss of economic, technological, political sovereignty and undermine social welfare. The issue is crucial for Russia as it is a cornerstone for its progressive and safe socio-economic development.
Objectives I formulate key principles and priorities of the strategy for structural modernization of the Russian economy through the consistent macroeconomic policy of the State pursuing the reindustrialization and technification of the national economy.
Methods The research is based on methods of comparative and statistical analysis.
Results The modern national economic system completely fails to drive the progressive and secure socio-economic development. The continuing profound deindustrialization, public differentiation make the government take decisive measures to ensure Russias socio-economic development. The structural modernization strategy draws upon such principles as an increasing role of the State as a driver of structural modernization, regulator of the mechanism for converting savings into investment, cross-sectoral floating of capital and promotion of responsible production and consumption.
Conclusions and Relevance Structural modernization of the Russian economy becomes feasible if the State acts as a regulator, thus respectively formulating principles and scope of its economic policy. The structural modernization policy is driven by the effective mechanism for intensive economic development through reindustrialization. Utilizing the inner potential and resources, national productive forces shall integrate high technology in their processes.


Specifics of structural modernization of the Asian newly industrialized economies: Possibilities of its application in Russia

Osokina N.V. T.F. Gorbachev Kuzbass State Technical University, Kemerovo, Russian Federation ( slekvlad@mail.ru )

Slesarenko E.V. T.F. Gorbachev Kuzbass State Technical University, Kemerovo, Russian Federation ( slekvlad@mail.ru )

Journal: National Interests: Priorities and Security, #3, 2016

Importance Considering an aggravating technological gap between Russia and global leaders, decay in the machine-building sector and science-intensive production, extreme dependence on external economic conditions, low business performance and private owners' indifference in its increase, growth in shadow economy and escalation of other social and demographic threats, it gets especially important to modernize the national economic structure.
Objectives The research determines the priority areas for addressing the above challenges. The article examines the specifics of successful efforts to modernize the structure of the Asian newly industrial economies, and assess their significance and feasibility during globalization.
Methods Based on statistical data, we examined the specifics and substance of development of the People's Republic of China and Republic of Korea, which ensured their high economic growth within a short period of time.
Results We determined how the specifics influenced the development of the Asian newly industrialized economies, and significance and opportunities for applying the specifics in Russia.
Conclusions and Relevance While modernizing the structure of the national economy, it is necessary, first of all, to consider future trends and focus on the national specifics. As for economies in transition during globalization, there should be more involvement of the State, which acts as a regulator and stabilizer of recessions and economic downturns, on the one hand, and creates domestic conditions for developing market mechanisms, on the other hand.


The problem of effective cooperation of the public and private sectors of the national economy

Osokina N.V. Kuzbass State Technical University named after T.F. Gorbachev, Kemerovo, Russian Federation ( slekvlad@mail.ru )

Slesarenko E.V. Kuzbass State Technical University named after T.F. Gorbachev, Kemerovo, Russian Federation ( slekvlad@mail.ru )

Journal: Economic Analysis: Theory and Practice, #26, 2015

Importance Recently, the problem of searching for the optimal combination of public and private forms of ownership and their effective interaction has become particularly relevant due to low efficiency of the Russian private sector.
     Objectives The purpose of the study is to reveal the reasons of low efficiency of the Russian private sector and define priorities in addressing this issue. The objectives include the review of theoretical approaches to the problem of effective interaction of the public and private sector in the national economy, analysis of changes in the balance of public and private sectors in the Russian economy, and developing priorities for solving the problem.
     Methods The article reviews the main approaches in the economic theory to the substantiation of functions and size of the public and private sectors. Based on the statistical data, we perform a retrospective analysis of changes in the balance of public and private sectors in the Russian economy during the reforms.
     Results We have identified major implications and results of privatization in Russia, the impact of changes in the balance of public and private sector of the Russian economy on the economic structure efficiency.
     Conclusions We conclude that the problem of effective interaction of the public and private sectors in the Russian economy should be addressed through the modernization process. The State should act as a basis for determining the main areas directions of the modernization. Increasing the share of the public sector in the Russian economy should become the overriding priority, primarily to meet the challenges of changing economic structure and enhancing innovation.


Evaluation of the environmental security of industrial regions: Evidence from the Kemerovo Oblast

Radionova E.A. T.F. Gorbachev Kuzbass State Technical University (KuzSTU), Kemerovo, Russian Federation ( kea.fk@kuzstu.ru )

Slesarenko E.V. T.F. Gorbachev Kuzbass State Technical University (KuzSTU), Kemerovo, Russian Federation ( slekvlad@mail.ru )

Journal: Economic Analysis: Theory and Practice, #3, 2020

Subject The article studies the technological footprint of mining enterprises on the region's environmental system, especially in the vicinity of their location.
Objectives The research evaluates the technological footprint of coal mining enterprises on the region's environmental system, substantiates the continuing reporting and statistical monitoring of environmental indicators. We also analyze the ratio of current indicators to thresholds and identify menacing environmental trends.
Methods The research involves the method of environmental security assessment by pollution and water contamination. We also apply methods of statistical observation, consolidation and grouping of statistical materials, absolute and relative statistical values, analytical and synthetic methods.
Results The article describes the environmental specifics of the industrially advanced region with the predominance of the mining industry. We conducted the environmental monitoring by air and water contamination and point out the main environmental challenges and disparity of the region's environmental and economic well-being. We captured the correlation of the industrial development level, use of natural resources, environmental situation, finance of natural protection activities and public health. The article presents our recommendations for improving the environmental situation.
Conclusions The governmental involvement is not enough to eliminate the environmental challenges if there are no effective set of environmental standards in the region. The region's environmental situation cannot be improved if the social and environmental liability of most coal business owners and management is raised. It is necessary to tighten the governmental control and increase the social and environmental liability of industrial enterprises for their operations.


Evaluation of the environmental security of industrial regions: Evidence from the Kemerovo Oblast

Radionova E.A. T.F. Gorbachev Kuzbass State Technical University (KuzSTU), Kemerovo, Russian Federation ( kea.fk@kuzstu.ru )

Slesarenko E.V. T.F. Gorbachev Kuzbass State Technical University (KuzSTU), Kemerovo, Russian Federation ( slekvlad@mail.ru )

Journal: National Interests: Priorities and Security, #3, 2019

Subject The article studies the technological footprint of mining enterprises on the regions environmental system, especially in the vicinity of their location.
Objectives The research evaluates the technological footprint of coal mining enterprises on the regions environmental system, substantiates the continuing reporting and statistical monitoring of environmental indicators. We also analyze the ratio of current indicators to thresholds and identify menacing environmental trends.
Methods The research involves the method of environmental security assessment by pollution and water contamination. We also apply methods of statistical observation, consolidation and grouping of statistical materials, absolute and relative statistical values, analytical and synthetic methods.
Results The article describes the environmental specifics of the industrially advanced region with the predominance of the mining industry. We conducted the environmental monitoring by air and water contamination and point out the main environmental challenges and disparity of the regions environmental and economic wellbeing. We captured the correlation of the industrial development level, use of natural resources, environmental situation, finance of natural protection activities and public health. The article presents our recommendations for improving the environmental situation.
Conclusions and Relevance The governmental involvement is not enough to eliminate the environmental challenges if there are no effective set of environmental standards in the region. The regions environmental situation cannot be improved if the social and environmental liability of most coal business owners and management is raised. It is necessary to tighten the governmental control and increase the social and environmental liability of industrial enterprises for their operations.


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