The "Economic Strategies" journal
Foreign policy is not anything immutable. National interest should be permanent. But unfortunately, this rule was not always observed — depending on what group turned out to be at power, the idea of national interest changed. It was especially clearly manifested and had the most detrimental effects during the period of perestroika.
Production system of Sberbank is based on three key principles of change: of the process, of employees’ thinking and changes in management. It allows to improve significantly labour productivity by eliminating losses.
As a man of his time, Khrushchev in his heart was remaining a revolutionary romantic. Therefore, being surrounded by the Stalinists, he dealt a crushing blow to the image of Stalin as a dictator and a tyrant, but at the same time he wanted to preserve the state created by Stalin, not realizing that he undermines its sacred foundations.
The project of building a bridge across the Golden Horn bay has united three innovations — Vladivostok as innovation capital of the region, the innovative design of the bridge across the Golden Horn bay and innovative by spirit and content of its activity the Pacific bridge-building company that won the tender for its construction.
At the moment Russia, according to Western estimates, is considered to be the state possessing a good reserve in the area of new technologies. But to achieve the objectives that it had set for itself, the Russian government should take some immediate measures to stimulate innovation activity.
The moral component of our life does not depend on whether the car is slightly better or slightly worse. But what it really depends on — is the social mobility of people, their ability to develop social institutions, to channel social activity, to consolidate existing patterns of socially approved forms of activity and communication.
After joining the WTO Russia will completely lose control over the formation of branches of its economy, that is by joining multilateral agreement on investments it will lose the status of industrial power.
Today we are increasingly in favour of the idea that the first to describe the coming catastrophic crisis without encouraging reservations and without distinguishing those right and guilty, was Russian by origin Pitirim Sorokin.
If we manage to convince engineers that the car of the future must not only have a powerful engine, but should also take into consideration environmental issues, if power engineering specialists realize that successful are only solutions that correspond to the idea of sustainable development, rather than to a strategy focused on shortterm profits, then it will be great success of practical philosophy.