Housing Policy and National Planning: Road Map Draft

DOI: 10.33917/es-8.166.2019.83-93

One of the most pressing social problems in Russia continues to be providing needy Russians with decent housing. The lack of possibilities for the population to satisfy their housing needs impedes the full development of an individual, reduces demographic activity, which ultimately causes a slowdown in economic growth. It is possible and it is necessary to counteract the growing negative trend by improving the housing policy, putting in its the basis joint efforts of the state, science and business by actively introducing modern organizational forms and management tools. National project “Housing and Urban Environment” can become a systemic solution to accumulated problems. Its implementation requires developing a modern concept of housing construction, complemented by advantages, means and professionalism of the state and corporate management systems based on partnership relations, legislated as publicprivate partnerships

Big Eurasian Partnership: Project, Counter to Trans-Pacific Partnership

#6. Forecasts and Results
Big Eurasian Partnership: Project, Counter to Trans-Pacific Partnership

In conditions when the USA are implementing the global geo-economic project (Trans-Pacific Partnership and the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership), designed to radically reformat zones of strategic influence in the global economy, there is a need for a new management model, the counter Russian project (Big Eurasian Partnership) relying on fuel-energy and transport-logistics infrastructure based on cooperation of states — the EAEU participants. Big Eurasian partnership should be aimed at globalizational-strategic transformation of post-Soviet economic integration and cooperation to expand the spheres of profit extraction and increase of added value, obtained by the EAEU companies at accessible markets in Europe and Asia.

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

#4. The Square of Transformation
Eurasian Economic Union: the Need for a New Strategic Management Outline

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.