The "Economic Strategies" journal

2015




Information Technologies and Innovation

#9. Preserving humanness
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Information technologies maintain high rates of development. The largest contribution comes from the analytics, Internet of things, recording density increase, 3D-printing, cloud technologies, as well as from network and information security. The article analyzes the IT situation in 2014 – 2015.

Macroeconomic Control of Innovation Activity

#1. Change of Leader
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The article discusses the macroeconomic regulation as a method of economic management, where the control center — the state does not need to study and to evaluate any slightest impact on the system, to give indications to the system elements how to react to it. The paper analyzes major challenges associated with implementation of innovation potential. The main trends of developing innovation potential of Russia are described.

ASEAN and EAEU cooperation development is an important task, implementation of which is beneficial to all the process participants

#7. Maint Games
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The task of public diplomacy – to enlist the public – is becoming particularly significant today. Programs in the field of information, culture and education, used in states foreign policy and generally defined as the public diplomacy, are experiencing today a new stage of development and attention from governments, various non-government international actors and experts. Indonesia is the most populated Muslim country in the world and one of the fastest growing economies in Southeast Asia. However, it’s fair to note that major constraint in the development of Russian-Indonesian relations is still remaining a low level of information exchange on very extensive possibilities of unrealized cooperation potential in the field of trade, investment, tourism and other spheres of interaction between both countries business circles. Ambassador of the Republic of Indonesia in the Russian Federation Mr. Djauhari Oratmangun in his interview with the head of the Center for Eurasian Cooperation and Development (CECD) Olga Biryukova specially for the “Economic Strategies” magazine told about the intricacies of Russian-Indonesian relations and the public diplomacy possibilities in this context.

Eurasian Economic Union: the Need for a New Strategic Management Outline

#4. The Square of Transformation
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Building a configuration of transboundary EAEU manufacturing technological complex, beneficial for member countries, including import-substituting production and sales structures, makes possible the gradual replacement of foreign suppliers by Russian (allied) producers. With the help of distributed-integrated information management system it is possible to “joint” the interests of various economic agents on the basis of heterogeneous system components (including business entities and physical objects) of the common EAEU economic space.

At the Peak of the Arctic Vector

#1. Change of Leader
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Problems of the North are primarily connected with the living conditions of people, environment and economy. Today are palpable the consequences of the country’s leadership decision taken in the mid-1990s on production decommissioning of these areas. At that time gold mines were closed, the Northern Sea Route was disbanded and many social organizations were abolished; but despite all these difficulties the people didn’t leave their habitual residence remaining faithful to their roots and traditions. The problems of the Arctic and the Far North, how forgotten areas of the Far North are acquiring a “second breath”, why to cooperate with Alaska and how it is possible to reduce significantly the way from the Asia-Pacific region to Europe — all these items were covered by the Head of the Sakha Republic (Yakutia) Yegor Borisov in his interview with the “ES” magazine.

Assessing the Feasibility of Creating Monetary Union Within the Eurasian Economic Union

#7. Maint Games
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The article deals with the problems and achievements of the integration process in the Commonwealth of Independent States, an important step of which is formation of the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU). With regard to the theory of optimum currency areas (OCA), the authors have developed a complex approach to assessing the prospects of the Eurasian economic and monetary integration. Based on the analysis of optimality indicators they make a conclusion on inexpediency of hypothetical formation of monetary union within the EAEU at the present stage.

Strategy for Providing Russian NPP With Qualified Operating Personnel

#3. TARGET’S Issue
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The paper cites forecast data on the dynamics of nuclear power engineering development in the world and Russia, on the NPP needs for operational personnel with regard to the rate of launching new reactors and of old reactors decommissioning. It shows regulatory requirements for NPP personnel, peculiarities of NPP operating personnel training for the position and of maintaining their qualification. The paper analyses possible risks associated with preparation and staffing of operational personnel and their consequences, as well as measures of risks prevention. It describes participation of operating organization in developing new regulatory documents establishing qualification requirements for NPP employees. It also substantiates the idea of forming a centralized unit for NPP staff training.

Nuclear Provocation: Myth or Reality?

#4. The Square of Transformation
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For the first time since 1945 the Ukrainian society and the international community are checked with respect to possible combat employment of nuclear weapons on the planet. At that the source of the nuclear threat is called in advance — the Russian Federation. Who and why needs to prepare the consciousness of the Ukrainians and the international community to the possible nuclear scenario and puts Russia in the accused position in advance?

Demographic Birth Wave and Future Population Fluctuations in Different Age Groups: Challenges for Social Policy

#2. Liberal Indolence Inertia
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Demographic projections — the basis for management decisions in the social policy field. Based on the average projection variant of Rosstat at the beginning of 2014 for the annual age-sex groups, we offer analysis of the population dynamics of the main socio-demographic groups in 2013–2031 and comments on social policy in response to demographic challenges (changes in demographic structure and quantity fluctuations in demographic groups that require expansion and contraction of social infrastructure over the next two decades). The proposed social policies are mainly associated with increasing elasticity of social infrastructure and implementation of the balance policy “family — work”.