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Formation of the prices and tariffs for services of managing organization in housing-municipal economy

Kameneva E.A. Doctor of Economics, Professor, Professor of department"Financial management", the Financial University under the Government of the Russian Federation ( kameneva.e@rambler.ru )

Tyutyukina E.B. Doctor of Economics, Professor, Professor of department "Financial management", the Financial University under the Government of the Russian Federation ( etutukina@mail.ru )

Journal: Finance and Credit, #31, 2012

In the article the technique of formation of tariffs and the prices for managing organization services in housing-municipal economy is presented. The maintenance of all five stages, and also methodical approaches and their justifications by calculation of the main indicators defining size of a tariff and the price (payment for services and works) are in detail considered.


Using the international practices to encourage innovations in Russia: A tax aspect

Sedash T.N. Financial University under Government of Russian Federation, Moscow, Russian Federation ( t_sedash@mail.ru )

Tyutyukina E.B. Financial University under Government of Russian Federation, Moscow, Russian Federation ( etutukina@mail.ru )

Journal: Finance and Credit, #12, 2018

Subject The article examines Russia's lag behind the developed countries in production of innovation products and scientific developments commercialization.
Objectives The article aims to analyze current tax policies of innovation stimulating and develop proposals to adapt foreign best practices in Russia.
Methods For the study, we used formal logic, systems approach, and the comparative analysis technique.
Results Having analyzed the practices of granting tax privileges in different countries and taking into account these practices and the Russian tax legislation in the field of innovation activity stimulation, we offer certain recommendations on improvement of the tax policy of Russia and granting or change of tax privileges.


Cluster initiatives in the strategy of innovative development of Russia

Tyutyukina E.B. Financial University under Government of Russian Federation, Moscow, Russian Federation ( etutukina@mail.ru )

Kapranova L.D. Financial University under Government of Russian Federation, Moscow, Russian Federation ( kld-home@mail.ru )

Pogodina T.V. c Financial University under Government of Russian Federation, Moscow, Russian Federation ( pogodina15@yandex.ru )

Journal: National Interests: Priorities and Security, #4, 2016

Importance The research evaluates regions' capabilities for creating innovative geographical clusters, and determines key factors influencing the regions' innovative activity.
Objectives The research determines methods to evaluate whether the regional economy is capable of creating innovative geographical clusters, and identifies key factors for the innovative development of Russia's economy.
Methods The research draws upon the concept of system analysis, proceedings of leading national and foreign specialists in regional economics. The research into the fundamental role of innovation, information and knowledge of socio-economic systems relies upon proceedings of renowned scholars. We also scrutinized proceedings of famous economists, which underlay the theory of innovation in the cyclical and genetic patterns of socio-economic systems development. The key methodological framework comprises induction, deduction, dynamic, comparative analysis, SWOT-analysis and integral evaluation.
Conclusions and Relevance We emphasize material, technical, investment, labor, innovative, technological, information and financial factors as key one, as they influence the regions' capability to create innovative geographical clusters. The article indicates strengths and weaknesses in the federal districts of Russia, referring to their ability to create innovative geographical clusters.


Russia's State policy in the field of environmental protection: problems and solutions

Tyutyukina E.B. Financial University under Government of Russian Federation, Moscow, Russian Federation ( etutukina@mail.ru )

Sedash T.N. Financial University under Government of Russian Federation, Moscow, Russian Federation ( t_sedash@mail.ru )

Danilov A.I. Financial University under Government of Russian Federation, Moscow, Russian Federation ( aidanilov2013@mail.ru )

Journal: Economic Analysis: Theory and Practice, #45, 2015

Subject The current practice of environmental management still rests on isolated development of environmental protection programs in different industrial sectors and individual territories. Therefore, there is a need for a national policy in the area of environment development.
     Objectives The aim is to analyze the current State environmental protection policy, identify 'bottlenecks', and make proposals for its improvement.
     Results The analysis of the State environmental protection policy shows the main problems of its formation and implementation: lack of consistency and comprehensive approach; dominating administrative methods in environmental safety management and their inefficiency; negligible share of environmental investments in the overall investments in the economy, which is steadily declining; poor use of market instruments to promote environment protection measures and the lack of mechanisms for their development in the legislation.
     Conclusions We propose basic areas for solving the existing problems in formation and implementation of the Russian State environmental protection policy. They include integration of the Concept for long-term economic development of the Russian Federation till 2020 and statutory documents on environmental protection; development of market instruments to stimulate investment in environmental facilities; use of public-private partnerships to attract investments in environmental projects in Russian regions, primarily, in solid-waste recycling, construction of water treatment plants and renewable energy sources.


Defining priorities and investment support for the Russian economy development

Tyutyukina E.B. Financial University under Government of Russian Federation, Moscow, Russian Federation ( etutukina@mail.ru )

Kapranova L.D. Financial University under Government of Russian Federation, Moscow, Russian Federation ( kld-home@mail.ru )

Sedash T.N. Financial University under Government of Russian Federation, Moscow, Russian Federation ( t_sedash@mail.ru )

Journal: Economic Analysis: Theory and Practice, #38, 2014

At present, defining the priorities of economic development of Russia is relevant and extremely challenging. The policy documents interpret priorities as both economic activities and basic industries. The aim of this paper is to identify primary sectors of economy, to analyze them and to list incentives, which the State should offer to encourage investment and innovation activity of companies operating in basic sectors of economy. To recognize an industry as a primary one, we propose using an indicator of significance of economic activities (industries) constituting an integrated complex index, which takes into account the nine criteria of significance of an industry (a primary industry). As a result, we have identified the industries, which are global leaders, have the potential of world leadership, substitute import and are socially important. On the basis of the conducted analysis of the selected groups of industries, we have come to conclusion that manufacturing industries are the most important for all groups of basic industries. Mining industry has every reason to possess the potential of a world leader; however, socially important industries (agriculture, health and education) are sufficiently underdeveloped. In general, the structure of economic activities demonstrates that Russia has not yet reached the postindustrial society level. We have proposed priority areas of the Russian investment policy that include: proper definition of priorities of national resources; transfer to the export of highly processed products; introduction of tax preferences for high-tech sectors of economy; building vertically integrated structures that interact in terms of priorities of economic development; building cluster models of economy development.


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