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Budgetе-taxing problems of Volgograd region

Vasil’eva M.V. associate professor, Volgograd State University ( Volgograd-sience@rambler.ru )

Nadtochiy E.V. graduate student, Volgograd State University ( Natali-0502@yandex.ru )

Journal: Regional Economics: Theory and Practice, #20, 2010

In this paper we have analyzed fiscal problems the Volgograd region. Which were submitted by the dynamics of income tax revenue in 2008 and 2009. Here is considered targets for the budget of 2010. The analysis of data on how to increase the revenues of the budget 2010 Volgograd Region is shown.


Modeling of the overburdened transport network evaluations and its development variants

Belousova Natal'ia I. Doctor of Economics Sciences, Leading Researcher, the Institute for Systems Analysis of Russian Academy of Sciences ( belousova@isa.ru )

Vasil'eva Elena M. Doctor of Economics Sciences, Leading Researcher, the Institute for Systems Analysis of Russian Academy of Sciences ( vasileva@isa.ru )

Bushanskii Sergei P. PhD of Economics Sciences, Senior Researcher, the Central Economics and Mathematics Institute, RAS ( dbd-s@yandex.ru )

Journal: Economic Analysis: Theory and Practice, #48, 2013

The results of development of methodology of modeling of economic estimates of activity of the overloaded transport networks are presented. The methodology is focused on formation of a reasonable and foreseeable set of options of development of a network with use of natural and exclusive characteristics with the subsequent choice of the most effective alternatives on the basis of tools of investment design.


Estimation of vulnerability of the RF subjects to Russia's WTO membership

Vasil'eva E.V. Institute of Economics, Ural Branch of Russian Academy of Sciences, Yekaterinburg, Russian Federation ( elvitvas@ya.ru )

Ponomareva T.V. Institute of Economics, Ural Branch of Russian Academy of Sciences, Yekaterinburg, Russian Federation ( tataponomaryova@mail.ru )

Journal: Economic Analysis: Theory and Practice, #20, 2014

The article presents a method to determine a susceptibility degree of the Russian territorial subjects to Russia's WTO membership. The basis of this method is creation of an index model. Four parameters constitute the assessment basis. These parameters reflect the economy structure and resource availability of the Russian regions. The regions can benefit while conforming to the new conditions, and they are capable to counteract the negative effect of Russia's WTO accession. On the basis of the integrated estimate, the authors divide the Russian territorial subjects into groups.


The organization and problems of fund activity of social insurance on Nenets autonomous region: regional aspect

Vasil’eva A.S. PhD in Economics, associate professor, department «The accounting, analysis and planning», «Sevmashvtuz», St. Petersburg State Marine Technical University ( vasilieva_as@mail.ru )

Nikulina N.V. PhD in Economics, head of department «The accounting analysis and planning», «Sevmashvtuz» the branch of St. Petersburg State Marine Technical University ( nikulina_nv15@mail.ru )

Journal: Financial Analytics: Science and Experience, #42, 2011

The article is dedicated to a study of the bases of organization and problems of the activity of the department of the fund for the social insurance of the Russian Federation in the Nenets autonomous region. In the article the organizational structure of regional branch of Fund of social insurance is considered, the analysis of incomes and expenses is carried out. The basic problems of system of obligatory social insurance, characteristic as for all system, and caused by regional features of Nenets autonomous region are revealed. It is defined the determinate directions of the solution of these problems.


Evaluation of the effectiveness of international labor-migration regulation in the region

Vasil'eva A.V. Institute of Economics, Ural Branch of Russian Academy of Sciences, Yekaterinburg, Sverdlovsk Oblast, Russian Federation ( sa840sha@mail.ru )

Journal: Regional Economics: Theory and Practice, #38, 2015

Importance The article assesses the migration policy of the Russian Federation.
     Objectives The paper aims to develop and implement techniques to assess the efficiency of international labor-migration management in the region.
     Methods The study uses indicators and compares the integrated assessments of the migrants' labor potential and the migration threat level.
     Results I have evaluated the efficiency of the international labor-migration management in regions. For each indicator, direction and block, I have defined the actual ratio of true and threshold values. To improve the efficiency of the management of international labor migration, I propose a new differential approach to attract and use foreign labor from countries with visa and visa-free regime of entry to Russia.
     Conclusions and Relevance I conclude that, in 2014, all the subjects of the Russian Federation, included in the Ural Federal District, were in the danger zone due to significant exceeding of the negative impact of migration and low efficiency of the RF contemporary migration legislation. The results obtained can be used by the authorities to optimize the RF migration legislation by achieving a reasonable balance between maximizing the benefits of migration and minimizing its negative impacts.


Development and realization of the model complex to forecast migration processes and their economic effects in the region

Vasil'eva A.V. Institute of Economics, Ural Branch of Russian Academy of Sciences, Yekaterinburg, Russian Federation ( sa840sha@mail.ru )

Journal: Economic Analysis: Theory and Practice, #48, 2015

Importance Efficient regulation of international labor migration in Russian regions to achieve a reasonable balance between maximization of benefits from labor migration and minimization of its negative impact is an important issue of public administration under increasing global mobility of population. It foregrounds forecasting the migratory processes and their economic effects in Russian regions.
     Objectives The paper aims to develop and implement a model complex to forecast migration processes and their economic effects in regions.
     Methods The offered model complex enables to predict interdependent development of migration processes and their economic effects in certain order, i.e. simulation of production output and unemployment rate in the region as a result of labor migrants inflow or outflow; simulation of wage levels depending on production and unemployment rate; simulation of inflow or outflow of labor migrants in the region depending on wage level. To automate the model complex implementation using Java/Javascript, we developed a special computer program.
     Results Applying the model complex to statistical data, we obtained a forecast of migration processes and their economic effects in constituent entities of the Russian Federation up to 2020.
     Conclusions The obtained results of forecasting characterize the current migration legislation of the Russian Federation as inefficient.


Conditions for building contract relations in the iron and steel industry as a factor of developing the system of control over production supplies at ironworks

Vasil'eva N.F. Nosov Magnitogorsk State Technical University, Magnitogorsk, Russian Federation ( nfvasilyeva@mail.ru )

Danilenko N.I. Magnitogorsk Branch of Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration, Magnitogorsk, Russian Federation ( danilenko-nikolay@mail.ru )

Journal: International Accounting, #2, 2016

Subject Underpinning the approaches to production supply management based on assessment of the existing model of the industry vertical market and corresponding conditions for contract relations is important for building the system of control over production supplies at Russian ironworks.
     Objectives The study aims to review conditions for building contract relations at the raw material market of the steel industry based on the central tenets of the institutional theory of contracts, and to define types and nature of contract terms suitable for the industry, which determine approaches to production supply management.
     Methods We employ analytical, deductive, and scientific methods to analyze the dependence of the type and terms of contracts made by and between suppliers and customers on the market structure. The study also includes an analysis of the raw material market structure for the steel industry.
     Results The findings revealed the inadequacy (failure) of the vertical raw material market of the steel industry, where contract relations are being formed. The paper defines types and nature of contract terms that match this market.
     Conclusions It is impossible to apply logistic approaches that are based on the order point to production supply management in conditions of building contract relations, which are typical of the failed market.


Life quality control in the region: selecting the management mechanism

Tatarkin A.I. Institute of Economics, Ural Branch of Russian Academy of Sciences, Yekaterinburg, Russian Federation ( tatarkin_ai@mail.ru )

Vasil'eva E.V. Institute of Economics, Ural Branch of Russian Academy of Sciences, Yekaterinburg, Russian Federation ( elvitvas@ya.ru )

Chichkanov V.P. Institute of Economics, Ural Branch of Russian Academy of Sciences, Yekaterinburg, Russian Federation ( chichkanov.v@ya.ru )

Journal: Regional Economics: Theory and Practice, #42, 2015

Importance The article examines the management effectiveness of life quality of the population of Russian regions.
     Objectives We aimed to assess the performance characteristics of the management of people's life quality in the region and its impacts.
     Methods As the study's basis, we used the statistical reporting of the Federal State Statistics Service and Federal Treasury. For the appropriate calculations, we applied an indicative analysis method.
     Results The paper specifies a conceptual model for the life-quality management effectiveness. We present an approach to evaluating the management efficiency. The approach emphasizes the result-management bias, rather than the budgetary-resources-management one. We have analyzed the mechanisms of socio-economic development aimed at improving the quality of life at the regional level. Methods of evaluating the effectiveness of quality-of-life management were tested in 83 constituent entities of the Russian Federation. On the evaluation, all the RF subjects are divided into 4 groups conditionally. In accordance with the proposed grouping of subjects of the Russian Federation, we developed a control-mechanism option chart.
     Conclusions and Relevance
We conclude that improved governance depends not only on changes in its results and consequences, but also on the very process and control system. For the effective functioning of Government and the realization of subject's benefits, we recommend using the developed control-mechanism option chart.


Foreign experience in managing the investment portfolio of the sovereign wealth fund

Vasil'eva N.V. Dubna International University, Dubna, Moscow Oblast, Russian Federation ( nvas@mail.ru )

Pakhomov A.V. Dubna International University, Dubna, Moscow Oblast, Russian Federation ( dubna@list.ru )

Pakhomova E.A. Dubna International University, Dubna, Moscow Oblast, Russian Federation ( uni-dubna@mail.ru )

Porkhovnyuk O.N. BFT-Dubna, Dubna, Moscow Oblast, Russian Federation ( okslukan@inbox.ru )

Journal: National Interests: Priorities and Security, #5, 2016

Importance Having the Reserve Fund and the National Wealth Fund, Russia has an important advantage. Russia will further overcome consequences of the global financial and economic crisis and successfully evolve if the Russian wealth funds are effectively and reasonably invested within the nearest years. It is critical to study the advanced practices of global sovereign wealth funds.
Objectives Illustrating Norway's Governmental Pension Fund Global, the research evaluates the strategy for managing the investment portfolio of the sovereign wealth fund so to use it in the Russian current environment.
Methods We examined the advanced practices of foreign sovereign wealth funds, and we present a modified version of the Markowitz model, which describes how the optimized investment portfolio of Norway's Governmental Pension Fund Global can be formed in line with the specifics of the sovereign wealth fund and restrictions imposed by the Norwegian government. We also built a linear programming model.
Results The Markowitz model and the linear programming model will allow evaluating the efficiency and appropriateness of contributions to the investment portfolio of Norway's Governmental Pension Fund Global.
Conclusions and Relevance The above models can be used to perform a basic evaluation of investment portfolios of sovereign wealth funds and to develop ad hoc methods, considering specifics of any sovereign wealth fund.


Credit risk: topical issues of modeling

Vasil'eva E.E. Perm National Research Polytechnic University, Perm, Russian Federation ( VasilevaEE@list.ru )

Journal: Finance and Credit, #7, 2015

The paper attempts to formalize the economic category of credit risk by building the uniquely designed logical structure of this concept on the basis of its constituent components and the relationships between them. To achieve the goal, the author identifies the currently existing differences in theoretical approaches to the definition of the risk concept, i.e. understanding risk as an event, operations or performance results of operations, business environment or tool for management decisions. The author has studied formally adopted interpretations of basic terms of risk management. Based on the integrated use of institutional and hierarchical approaches, the author discloses the main idea of the concept of credit risk; meanwhile, the institutional approach enables to determine the content of the concept, and the hierarchical approach - to describe its place in the overall system of economic risks. The analysis makes it possible to identify the following components of the logical structure of the credit risk category: subjects, object, event and consequences; to characterize each of the said components; to describe the relationship between them. The characteristics of the subject-object composition of the logical structure of credit risk determine its subjective and objective elements. Consideration of an event and consequences, as well as their correlation with the previously discussed components determines the existence of two types of connections between the components: reliable and probabilistic. The existence of probabilistic connections in the credit risk structure between the object on the one hand, and the event and consequences on the other hand, provides the possibility of credit risk management. The presented author's concept of the logical structure of credit risk enables to formalize the credit risk concept based on modern economic approaches and creates new possibilities of mathematical modeling for credit risk assessment.


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