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Estimating the agricultural irrigated land use by federal district of the Russian Federation

Ugryumova A.A. Plekhanov Russian University of Economics (PRUE), Moscow, Russian Federation ( feminaa@mail.ru )

Pautova L.E. All-Russian Scientific and Research Institute for Irrigation Systems and Agriculture Raduga, Kolomna, Moscow Oblast, Russian Federation ( cosidanie35@yandex.ru )

Zamakhovskii M.P. All-Russian Scientific and Research Institute for Irrigation Systems and Agriculture Raduga, Kolomna, Moscow Oblast, Russian Federation ( zamakhovskii@mail.ru )

Journal: National Interests: Priorities and Security, #9, 2019

Subject The article proves the growing importance of predictive extrapolation when formulating a long-term policy of large spatial and sectoral subjects, with the Russian agriculture being one of them.
Objectives We trace crucial trends and prospects of using agricultural irrigated lands by federal district of the Russian Federation.
Methods The research presents the SWOT analysis, applies the systematization method and statistical methods of trend forecast.
Results We constructed trend models of 2015–2017 series of percentages that reclamation land metrics account for and the use of agricultural irrigated land in Russia. Subsequently, we conducted the point prediction and interval forecast of the percentages for 2018.
Conclusions and Relevance We found that some federal districts of Russia undertake measures to reduce idle agricultural irrigated land, inter alia, due to soil salinization and genesis of bog soils, non-irrigated land, inter alia, due to insufficient water supply, deficient irrigation network, unsatisfactory reclamation and increase the area of good agricultural land in terms of reclamation. The findings can underlie federal and regional development programs.


Technological security of agriculture in land reclamation regions

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

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

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

Journal: National Interests: Priorities and Security, #2, 2018

Importance The research examines the technological security of agriculture in the Russian Federation in land reclamation regions as a crucial aspect of food security and sectoral competitiveness.
Objectives The research describes the current situation in land reclamation, identifies the most important causes of a technological lag in the sector.
Methods The research involves methods of econometric analysis and mutivariate statistical analysis, i.e. a situational, correlation, cluster analysis and modeling in SPSS.
Results We believe there shall be a systems approach to analyzing technological risks in land reclamation of the Russian Federation. We present a conceptual map of threats to technological security of land reclamation. We classify the constituent entities of the Russian Federation into four clusters by rate of growth in arable land and improved land and provide the clusters’ profiles. We determine the constituent entities which have positive, zero and negative rates of land use growth.
Conclusions If technological risks in land reclamation are assessed and specified, it will make the agricultural development secure and contribute to effective management of the sector. The findings are advisable for federal and regional authorities as part of operational and long-term management of land reclamation.


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.


Modern issues of professional advancement as part of training of land reclamation specialists

Ugryumova A.A. All-Russian Scientific and Research Institute for Irrigation and Farming Water Supply Systems Raduga (FGNU VNII Raduga), Kolomna, Moscow Oblast, Russian Federation ( feminaa@mail.ru )

Pautova L.E. All-Russian Scientific and Research Institute for Irrigation and Farming Water Supply Systems Raduga (FGNU VNII Raduga), Kolomna, Moscow Oblast, Russian Federation ( cosidanie35@yandex.ru )

Zamakhovskii M.P. All-Russian Scientific and Research Institute for Irrigation and Farming Water Supply Systems Raduga (FGNU VNII Raduga), Kolomna, Moscow Oblast, Russian Federation ( zamakhovskii@mail.ru )

Ezhikova T.S. All-Russian Scientific and Research Institute for Irrigation and Farming Water Supply Systems Raduga (FGNU VNII Raduga), Kolomna, Moscow Oblast, Russian Federation ( ezhikova88@inbox.ru )

Journal: National Interests: Priorities and Security, #5, 2019

Subject Professional advancement is a significant aspect of HR management. New technology, requirements that rapidly arise with respect to employees really necessitate the ongoing improvement of the existing competencies and professional activity or mastering absolutely new types of it.
Objectives The research identifies crucial issues arising from further training of specialists working in operations management units subordinate to the land reclamation department of the Ministry of Agriculture of the Russian Federation.
Methods The research is based on logic and situational analysis, systematization and statistical method.
Results We substantiated the role of further training, conducted the statistical analysis of the further training scheme in 2013–2015, systematized its modern types. The article examines and determines the practical significance of the further training system at the current development level of education in Russia, and indicated its strengths. We enlisted the contemporary types of further training for land reclamation specialists, proposed the mechanism for professional advancement management and indicated key issues. The article is the first to systematize types of professional advancement in land reclamation and provide the professional advancement management mechanism for specialists in the land reclamation department of the Ministry of Agriculture of the Russian Federation, which shows the interaction with labor market institutions.
Conclusions and Relevance The research specifies the mechanism and tools for addressing crucial issues that arise from professional advancement in regional and federal State-financed institutions for land reclamation and agricultural water supply. The findings may serve for setting national and regional professional advancement programs at different levels of governance.


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