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Promotion of products of nanotechnology to regional market

Yakovlev A.R. PhD in Economics, Head of the Department of Intellectual Property, the Volgograd State University ( yakovlef@gmail.com )

Journal: Regional Economics: Theory and Practice, #39, 2013

In the article the main instruments of advance of goods of a nanoindustry on the regional market are analyzed. The emphasis is placed on two main tools - advertizing and promotion. The main directions of strategy of advance of goods of a nanoindustry on the basis of the chosen tools are offered.


Main directions of development of infrastructure of regional nanotechnology on example of the Volgograd region

Yakovlev A.R. PhD in Economics, Head of support NIR department, the Volgograd State University ( yakovlef@gmail.com )

Orlova A.A. Graduate Student of department "World and Regional economic", the Volgograd State University ( acja_o@mail.ru )

Journal: Regional Economics: Theory and Practice, #41, 2012

In the article the main subjects of infrastructure of nanotechnology of the Volgograd region are analyzed. The main problems of development of infrastructure of the regional nanotechnology are revealed. The main directions of development of nanotechnology infrastructure of the region are offered.


Innovative strategy of transformation of hi-tech complexes

Sobolev L.B. PhD in Economics, Professor, Department Economics of Innovation and Project Management, the Moscow Aviation Institute (National Research University) ( srd5051@mai.ru )

Yakovlev E.N. Doctor of Economics, Professor, Director Expert and analytical Center" ( 8tat@mail.ru )

Journal: National Interests: Priorities and Security, #6, 2013

Transformation of high-tech facilities in the network of the company is one of the most promising and innovative forms of organization of big business. A similar form is being implemented in corporations Airbus, Siemens, Nokia, Sony. Enterprise Network is a network of partners (enterprises, research institutes, universities, and individuals), jointly engaging in the development, manufacture and marketing of certain products, while maintaining the independence to work with other partners.


Behavioral aspects of the formation of the structure of capital of the company

Oskolkova M.A. Lecturer of department Financial Management, National Research University Higher School of Economics, Perm ( oskolkovama@hse.perm.ru )

Parshakov P.A. Lecturer of department Valuation of Assets, National Research University Higher School of Economics, Perm ( parshakovpa@hse.perm.ru )

Yakovlev A.M. the student of the department of the economy, National research university Higher school of the economy, Perm ( yakovleva_am@yahoo.com )

Journal: Finance and Credit, #12, 2012

In the article is described the evolution of the theories of the formation of the financial architecture of company, and also empirically are checked the theory of information cascades and the theory of the tracking of market, not found clear confirmation on the developed markets. At the analysis of the given Russian and British companies any hypothesis hasn't been recognized by verified or forged. The following hypothesis for the leader has the best explaining ability, however even it is statistically less significant, than the auto- regression chosen in quality benchmark that speaks about necessity of promotion of alternative behavioral theories.


Currency liberalization in foreign countries: best practices and prospects

Kabir L.S. Financial Research Institute, Moscow, Russian Federation ( lkabir@nifi.ru )

Yakovlev I.A. Financial Research Institute, Moscow, Russian Federation ( iyakovlev@nifi.ru )

Nikulina S.I. Financial Research Institute, Moscow, Russian Federation ( snikulina@nifi.ru )

Journal: Finance and Credit, #4, 2016

Subject The paper studies the specifics of currency liberalization being one of the main trends in the development of the global monetary system at the present stage.
     Objectives The aim is to structure major elements of the policy and practice of currency liberalization.
     Methods Using general methods of scientific knowledge, we consider various aspects of the policy of currency liberalization in different countries, and identify trends that are specific to the modern condition of currency liberalization.
     Results We reveal distinguishing features of currency liberalization undertaken by countries with developed, developing economies and economies in transition, and identify three types of currency liberalization patterns. The experience of foreign countries proves that the prerequisites of benefits from currency liberalization include the creation of macroeconomic conditions ensuring the usefulness and efficiency of the process, the readiness of the national economy structure, and the degree of financial markets development.
     Conclusions Studying the best practices of currency liberalization as a process and distinguishing specific features based on the level of development of the country, the world region, the degree of integration into the world economy enable to unveil general and specific problems of capital flow and exchange rate regulation, and to form an idea about factors that provide favorable results of liberalization.


Benefits and threats of the floating exchange rate regime

Kabir L.S. Financial Research Institute of Ministry of Finance of Russian Federation, Moscow, Russian Federation ( lkabir@nifi.ru )

Yakovlev I.A. Financial Research Institute of Ministry of Finance of Russian Federation, Moscow, Russian Federation ( iyakovlev@nifi.ru )

Savinskii S.P. Financial Research Institute of Ministry of Finance of Russian Federation, Moscow, Russian Federation ( savinskiy@nifi.ru )

Nikulina S.I. Financial Research Institute of Ministry of Finance of Russian Federation, Moscow, Russian Federation ( snikulina@nifi.ru )

Rakov I.D. Financial Research Institute of Ministry of Finance of Russian Federation, Moscow, Russian Federation ( rakov@nifi.ru )

Journal: National Interests: Priorities and Security, #41, 2015

Importance The research examines financial globalization as reflected in the emerging economies' experience of currency liberalization (Brazil, India, China, South Africa).
     Objectives The research structures the main components of the policy and practice the countries implemented for currency liberalization in terms of consistency of measures undertaken.
     Methods Using general research methods, this article considers various aspects of currency liberalization policies, identifies trends specific to the state-of-the-art and development of the policy and its main directions.
     Results In the above countries, currency liberalization was run concurrently with reforms arising from the crisis of the balance of payments and financial crisis, or concurrently with large socio-economic reforms for creating a socialist market economy, being ingrained in the reforming process. As seen in the above countries, it becomes possible to switch to a flexible exchange rate after macroeconomic conditions are created, thereby making the use of the flexible exchange rate reasonable and effective. It allows identifying the following factors ensuring a favorable result: the currency liberalization policy should be consistent with national priorities; preparedness of the national economic structure and the development of institutions and infrastructure of financial markets should determine liberalization pace.
     Conclusions and Relevance If currency liberalization is studied as a process on the basis of foreign experience, with periods and measures identified, it will allow finding national specifics of regulating cash flows and foreign exchange rate, and provide an understanding of factors that ensure favorable results of liberalization.


Threats and challenges to Russia in economic, social and military spheres

Yakovlev V.V. Saint Petersburg State Polytechnic University, St. Petersburg, Russian Federation ( vv-yakovlev@yandex.ru )

Gravit M.V. Saint Petersburg State Polytechnic University, St. Petersburg, Russian Federation ( marina.gravit@mail.ru )

Gorbacheva A.A. Saint Petersburg State Polytechnic University, St. Petersburg, Russian Federation ( anna.a.gorbacheva@gmail.com )

Journal: National Interests: Priorities and Security, #48, 2014

Importance Currently, the Institute of Military and Technical Educational Programs (IMTEP) of the Saint Petersburg State Polytechnic University has developed a number of methods for assessment and risk management in the technogenic sphere. At the same time, inadequate or no attention is paid to the emergency problems in the social sphere, where threats to stability may at any time become emergencies.
     Methods The main purpose of this article is to try to attract attention of the IMTEP staff, graduate students, students and colleagues from other educational institutions on the need for research in the field of risk analysis in the social sphere. We have reviewed the media reports and studies on the considered topic. In accordance with the principles of system analysis, the article discusses upper hierarchical levels of threats to the State stability, which directly affect the vital interests of an individual.
     Results We conclude that based on the concept of national security and the results of the integrated analysis of potential capacities, the country is under formation of a long-term State policy of national security. The paper provides a definition of social risk as a special type of risk, where an individual, a particular social group or the entire society act as a subject and an object of risk. The probability of negative consequences for these social groups is conditioned by the inconsistency of individual (group) social actions with the processes in the surrounding social space, occurring in the environment of really existing uncertainty.
     Conclusions and Relevance We found out that risk and its assessment represent secondary, less informative characteristics for the social sphere, which are not able to affect the optimization of requirement to basic parameters of the system, on the development of the process under consideration.


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