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Structural changes and the region's economic growth

Zaretskaya V.G. Financial University under Government of Russian Federation, Kursk Branch, Kursk, Russian Federation ( zar.59@mail.ru )

Tokareva K.V. Financial University under Government of Russian Federation, Kursk Branch, Kursk, Russian Federation ( kristina.tokareva11@gmail.com )

Journal: Regional Economics: Theory and Practice, #9, 2019

Subject This article discusses the structural changes in the economies of the regions and their impact on economic growth.
Objectives The article aims to test the hypothesis that a higher level of gross regional product per capita should be observed in regions with more intense changes in the structure of gross value added between individual economic activities.
Methods For the study, we applied the methods of econometric analysis, using the Ryabtsev index.
Results The article presents certain results of measurements of structural changes in the economy of the regions of the Russian Federation from 2004 to 2016. Most regions show low levels of structural changes. The study shows that there is a moderate degree of relationship between the level of gross regional product per capita and the degree of structural changes in the region's economy over the past 13 years.
Conclusions and Relevance Regions with a greater degree of structural changes in the ratio of economic activities have a higher per capita gross regional product. The results of the study can be used in forecasting economic growth and evolving a development strategy for the region.


Diversification of the economy in Russias regions: Measurement and trends

Zaretskaya V.G. Financial University under Government of Russian Federation, Kursk Branch, Kursk, Russian Federation ( zar.59@mail.ru )

Titkova I.K. Financial University under Government of Russian Federation, Kursk Branch, Kursk, Russian Federation ( yana508.titkova@yandex.ru )

Journal: National Interests: Priorities and Security, #12, 2017

Importance The article explores the diversification of the economy in the Russian regions.
Objectives We demonstrate the way the diversification of the region's economy correlates with its economic development level.
Methods The research involves indices of the development evenness (specialization level), Ryabtsev index, Szalai index, Gatev index, Theil index, entropy index and Herfindahl-Hirschman index. Having analyzed strengths and weaknesses of those measurement methods and diversification, we concluded it would be reasonable to use the Herfindahl-Hirschman index. We conduct an econometric analysis of a correlation between GRP per capita and the diversification level of the region's economy.
Results Higher GRP per capita is registered in regions where one of the sectors dominates the others and diversification is lower, i.e. resource-based regions. I examine those Russian regions without a resource focus and demonstrate that the regions economic growth depends on the production diversification.
Conclusions and Relevance If the economy of resource-based regions is diversified, it will reduce GRP per capita there. If the economy of regions without a resource focus is diversified, value added per unit of resources grows. As such regions and their economy become more diversified and more types of economic activity appear there, GRP per capita increases as well.


Interpretation of the Keynesian Theory of Investments Mutiplicatior and Acceleratir

Zaretskaya V.G. candidate of economics, associate professor of chairs of financial management, All-Russian state distance learning institute of finance and economics, branch Kursk ( zar.59@mail.ru )

Gutorova I.A. Kursk Institute of Management, Economics and Business

Journal: Regional Economics: Theory and Practice, #3, 2009

Classical Keynesian theory describes a so-called investment multiplicator and accelerator effect exists. I.e., a certain growth in investments results in a much larger growth of inner regional product, wich in its turn determins further gorwth of investments. Specialised Russian periodicals on macroeconomy repeat these ideas a priori, without checking it by means of statistics.


Forecasting needs of the region in real investment

Zaretskaya V.G. candidate of economics, associate professor of chairs of financial management, All-Russian state distance learning institute of finance and economics, branch Kursk ( zar.59@mail.ru )

Journal: Regional Economics: Theory and Practice, #15, 2010

The article attempts to calculate investment needs for achieving the planned growth of GRP in the region. The calculations were based on an econometric model of on the example of the Kursk region.


Assessing the impact of investments on the size of the gross regional product

Zaretskaya V.G. candidate of economics, associate professor of chairs of financial management, All-Russian state distance learning institute of finance and economics, branch Kursk ( zar.59@mail.ru )

Osinevich L.M. associate professor, All-Russian state distance learning institute of finance and economics, branch Kursk ( osinevich@rambler.ru )

Journal: Regional Economics: Theory and Practice, #46, 2010

This article presents a model of Koyck with an infinite number of distributed lags. On the base of this model the long-dated investment multiplier was calculated. With help of this model we have also calculated term, during which past investment influence the size of current GRP.


Savings as potential resource of investment in region

Zaretskaya V.G. candidate of economics, associate professor of chairs of financial management, All-Russian state distance learning institute of finance and economics, branch Kursk ( zar.59@mail.ru )

Kondrateva Z.A. associate professor of chair Financial Management, All-Russian State Distance Learning Institute of Finance and Economics, branch Kursk ( zak.rf@mail.ru )

Journal: Finance and Credit, #2, 2011

The article deals with autonomous contrasted to induced investments that depend upon the investment interest rate. The authors discuss the correlation between the investment and savings, define average and marginal propensity to save in the Russian Federation and Kursk Region, and assess the dynamics of specific saving potential indices for Kursk Region.


Estimation of populations savings for individual investments

Zaretskaya V.G. candidate of economics, associate professor of chairs of financial management, All-Russian state distance learning institute of finance and economics, branch Kursk ( zar.59@mail.ru )

Kondrateva Z.A. associate professor of chair Financial Management, All-Russian State Distance Learning Institute of Finance and Economics, branch Kursk ( zak.rf@mail.ru )

Journal: Finance and Credit, #6, 2011

The article suggests an estimation of aggregate personal savings in Kursk Region compared with that of Russian Federation made on the basis of peoples balance of money earnings and expenditures. An average and marginal propensity to savings is judged against available incomes of the population; the influence of financial crisis upon the saving quote of the population is studied.


An evolution of financial accounts in Russia and its influence on the financial performance analysiss process

Zaretskaya V.G. candidate of economics, associate professor of chairs of financial management, All-Russian state distance learning institute of finance and economics, branch Kursk ( zar.59@mail.ru )

Journal: Financial Analytics: Science and Experience, #29, 2011

The article retraces the changes in financial accounts forms during 2000-2011. These changes have an essential effect on the procedure of the finance analysis of the economic subject. The author formulates basic problems for an analyst, caused by changing in financial accounts.


Evaluation of savings potential of the population of the region

Zaretskaya V.G. PhD in Economics, associate professor of department Financial management, Russian Correspondence Financial and Economic Institute, branch Kursk ( zar.59@mail.ru )

Journal: Financial Analytics: Science and Experience, #7, 2012

Evaluation of savings potential of the population of the region is presented in this article. The author carries out an examination with Delphi method, makes the selection and ranking particular indicators, determines calculation procedure of synthetic indicator.


Mathematical modeling of average tendency of the population to savings (on an example of Kursk area)

Zaretskaya V.G. PhD in Economics, associate professor of department Financial Management, Russian Correspondence Financial and Economic Institute, branch Kursk ( zar.59@mail.ru )

Journal: Financial Analytics: Science and Experience, #16, 2012

In the article the assessment of a savings quota of the population of the region is carried out. The author uses economic-mathematical model for research of communication of average norm of savings with the parameters defining savings behavior of people.


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