How to Respond to Strategic Challenges: on the Agenda of Mobilization

#3. For Nothing, or an Invisible Threat
How to Respond to Strategic Challenges: on the Agenda of Mobilization

On March 1, 2018 President of Russia V.V. Putin in his annual address to the Federal Assembly said: “To move forward, to develop dynamically we must expand the space of freedom, strengthen the institutions of democracy, local government, structures of the civil society, courts and be a country open to the world”. However, Russia’s experience of the last quarter of the century shows that in fact, having opened to the world and strengthening democracy, we have only lost resources, dispersed and lost forces and almost lost “the will for daring labor”. The poor people are far away from daring work, they hardly survive with pasta and potatoes, the rich are bogged down in hedonism and consider “this country” only as a source of superprofits, and the power is wrapping the absence of a real working strategy and its own political will in beautiful verbal covers speaking about democracy, a free market and endless long-term and medium-term strategies and programs that have never been implemented. To practice the strategy of opening to the world, when the United States have already declared to all, in point of fact, a trade war, to put it mildly, is short-sighted. Yet no country has succeeded in creating or reviving industry without protecting its own producer. Is a new industrialization possible in such conditions and who can and should become its driving force?

Eurasian Union: on the Way Towards Competitiveness

#2. Liberal Indolence Inertia
Eurasian Union: on the Way Towards Competitiveness

For guiding the process of European integration to address economic development goals it is necessary to develop and adopt a common strategy of commercial-economic policy of the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU), the Concept of integrated industrial and agricultural policies, as well as plans for their implementation. This involves harmonization of national and EAEU development policies: industrial, agricultural, scientific-technical, energy, transport etc. Subsequently it is necessary to create strategic planning system of the EAEU development, including long-term projections, the medium-term concepts and strategies for commercial, industrial, agricultural, scientific-technical policy, the main aspects of socio-economic, monetary and fiscal policies, as well as interstate programs and action plans for their implementation. As soon as possible it is required to develop and adopt strategic plan of EAEU development and its implementation program for the next decade. Such approach to planning development of Eurasian economic integration will allow to fully realize its potential and to achieve maximum macroeconomic effect in the member states.

Devaluation and its Impact on the Russian Economy: a View Through the Foreign Trade Prism

#6-7. 100 Years of War: The Point of Beginning
Devaluation and its Impact on the Russian Economy: a View Through the Foreign Trade Prism

The article analyzes problems of Russia’s participation in international economic relations. It dwells on different aspects of Russian external economic policy and the experience of several countries, including oil exporters, in supporting their national economy. The paper analyzes rouble devaluation occurring in 2013–2014.

Quality Management System — 100 Per Cent Basis of Industrial

#4. Cognitive Dissonance

Nowadays not only all leading companies of the world have the QMS, but these systems are also being introduced into the work of state bodies. It is obvious that for Russia such approach would be extremely productive.

Scientific-Technical Cooperation of Industry, Science and Government as the Strategic Direction of the State Innovation Policy in Japan

#5. Cultural Revolution

This article provides details of characteristics of the organization and functioning of cooperation between state, industry and science in the science and technology. Special attention is paid by the issues of innovation policy in Japan and its place in the industrial policy in general.

The New Industrial Policy: a Roadmap Sketch

#5. Cultural Revolution

In fact, many Russian industries have been long operating under the WTO conditions, gradually gaining weight in the world “table of ranks”. To consolidate their position they had not only to change radically the industrial-technological structure, but also to master pretty tough methods of management and organization of commercial and legal services.