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Role of venture capital in formation of international nanotechnology clusters

Zubenko V.A. PhD in Economics, Associate Professor of department “World Economy”, The Moscow State University named after M.V.Lomonosov ( vzoubenko@yandex.ru )

Muslimova G. Graduate Student of department “World Economy”, The Moscow State University named after M.V.Lomonosov ( G.Muslimova@kmg.kz )

Journal: Finance and Credit, #41, 2012

In the article the role of the venture capital in formation of the international nanotechnology clusters special in comparison with other sources of financing of innovative projects is opened. On the basis of theoretical synthesis the author's approach to methodology of formation of the international nanotechnology cluster is given, its properties and formation principles are revealed. Problems of embedding of the Russian nanotechnology companies in the international clusters are considered and the prospects of development of the international cooperation of Russia in the nanotechnology sphere in the conditions of Russia's accession to the World Trade Organization are defined; the main problems of venture financing of nanotechnology projects are allocated and the ways of their decision are offered.


The Eurasian Economic Union. Clash of globalization and glocalization: Theory and practice

Zubenko V.V. Financial University under Government of Russian Federation, Moscow, Russian Federation ( glorydent@yandex.ru )

Journal: Regional Economics: Theory and Practice, #11, 2016

Subject The article discusses the civilizational confrontation: global (monocentric) and glocal (polycentric) theories and practices of international relations in Eurasia.
Objectives The paper aims to show that the geo-economic and geo-political confrontation between Russia and the United States is determined by objective rivalry between two directions of world development, as well as the desire of the USA to avoid a new superpower in the post-Soviet space, capable of threatening the "global well-being" of the U.S.-run unipolar "core land".
Methods For the study, I used general scientific principles, abstraction methods, and a dialectical approach.
Results I put forward a hypothesis of confrontation of qualitatively different principles and practices, i.e. globalization and glocalization, and consider the EEU as an objective world order pattern. My hypotheses concerning Eurasia are focused on modeling of multiple relationships and a future vector of Eurasian integration.
Conclusions I conclude that in the face of predicted regional instability, Russia should clearly define the State development vector principles and be prepared for adequate options for developments.


Factors and conditions for the development of Russian-Chinese economic cross-border cooperation

Zubenko V.A. Lomonosov Moscow State University (MSU), Moscow, Russian Federation ( vzoubenko@yandex.ru )

Yuan'yue S. Lomonosov Moscow State University (MSU), Moscow, Russian Federation ( 1966412554@qq.com )

Journal: Regional Economics: Theory and Practice, #7, 2019

Subject This article considers the cross-border cooperation as one of the forms of active and intensive economic interaction that has a significant impact on the growth dynamics, structure and performance of the economic development of countries and regions.
Objectives The article aims to explore factors and conditions for the development of Russian-Chinese economic cross-border cooperation.
Methods For the study, we used the methods of systems, comparative, structural-functional, deductive, economics and statistics analyses, and empirical data grouping and synthesis.
Results The article identifies the main forms, factors and conditions for the development of Russian-Chinese border cooperation and describes the strengths and weaknesses of Russia and China.
Conclusions and Relevance The article concludes that the most important and historically conditioned factors of Russian-Chinese economic border cooperation are the economic, geographical, socio-economic, historical, and political ones. The results of the study can be used as a theoretical basis for further scientific research on this subject and the development of training and methodological complexes of disciplines related to the world economy.


Key aspects of the creation of a common financial market of the Eurasian Economic Union

Zubenko V.V. Financial University under Government of Russian Federation, Moscow, Russian Federation ( VVZubenko@fa.ru )

Mikhailov M.V. Russian International Academy for Tourism, Moscow, Russian Federation ( maximmikhailov@mail.ru )

Journal: Financial Analytics: Science and Experience, #31, 2016

Subject The article studies the features of current development of the financial markets of the Eurasian Economic Union member countries, and possibilities of their integration in the process of forming a common financial market.
Objectives The paper aims to determine the conditions, prospects, and priority steps in creating a common financial market of EEU.
Methods For the study, we used the logical and statistical analysis methods.
Results We present the results of evaluation of the development levels of the EEU financial markets, their integration features, as well as the conditions that facilitate and impede this process, and the priority steps towards a common financial market.
Conclusions The implementation of the program named will consolidate the national financial markets and increase their investment resources volumes. The EEU common financial market would contribute to the integration development in terms of both the freedom of capital movements and achieving synergies in other areas of joint activity. The first step towards the creation of a common financial market is the harmonization of national legislation of each particular EEU Member State in the relevant field.


Mutual complementarity of the EEU economies: Between the past and the future

Zubenko V.V. Financial University under Government of Russian Federation, Moscow, Russian Federation ( glorydent@yandex.ru )

Avarskii S.A. Federal Treasury, Moscow, Russian Federation ( shamwil@bk.ru )

Journal: National Interests: Priorities and Security, #11, 2016

Importance Successful implementation of the EEU purposes and goals critically depends on mutual complementarity of the EEU economies. In this respect, the article analyzes the economy of the EEU in terms of mutual complementarity of the member economies.
Objectives The research evaluates the current state, potential and prospects of industrial cooperation as part of the Eurasian economic integration.
Methods The methodology rests on fundamental principles of regional economy, applied aspects of systems analysis theory and methodology, theory of management of economic systems, scientific researches into the generation of investment opportunities and innovative development.
Results We determined and substantiated possible areas for industrial cooperation and proposed an algorithm to assemble the industrial nucleus of the EEU by involving financial and technological resources of the SCO, BRICS, ASEAN member countries.
Conclusions and Relevance The article states and substantiates the EEU will remain a political union even if there is no common industrial policy throughout the entire area of the EEU, and zero growth in industrial cooperation. In the long run we propose and provide the rationale for the international reproduction pivot as part of the EEU by raising financial and technological resources for the SCO, BRICS and ASEAN member countries. We suggest considering whether it is possible to establish cross-regional and integrated economic partnership Trans-Eurasian Trade and Investment Partnership that would draw upon the EEU and Eastern and Southeast Asia (SCO, ASEAN) and BRICS.


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