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2013 #2. The Ice Age




Forming Current Macroeconomic Policies Subject to Expectations (by the Example of the U.S. Federal Reserve System)

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The crisis has shown that government together with the central bank can secure financial market stabilization by allocating additional funds to credit institutions for increasing risk reserves and mitigating effects of “toxic” assets accumulation.

Catharsis or Apocalypse? Analysis of the Present Through the Prism of Functional and Pathological Systems

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The present systemic crisis of the human population is not the norm from the theory of self-regulation systems viewpoint: it is caused by yet little studied effect of “pathological system”.

System Foundations of Solving Managerial Problems of Interaction Between Fundamental and Applied Science and Manufacturing Sector as the Main Factor of Russia’s New Industrialization

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The basic trend of world economic development — sustained increase in demand for scientific and technical resources, including innovation.

The Quality of Public Education — Key to the Revival of Russia’s Majesty

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Universities let out into adult life morally unrooted and socially irresponsible individuals, easily finding justification for any actions related to short-term benefit, and this becomes the norm.

From Health Care to Selling Medical Services

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The Russian reality, which has nothing to do with the social system and economic opportunities of the European countries, will inevitably transform the health services market into mechanism of apartheid.

Overcoming Depopulation in Russia: For the First Time in 20 Years the Birth Rate Equaled the Mortality

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Convergence of births rate and mortality in recent years has allowed Russia to pass on to the process of increasing the country’s population.