The "Economic Strategies" journal
The ambitious project of Eurasian integration, began in 2010 with establishment of the Customs Union, is entering in a decisive phase. Possible depth and desired coverage of unifying movement are identified, time has corrected the principles of interaction with each other and with potential participants. This article describes the Customs Union operation and the integration prospects within the Common Economic Space.
The author offers a systematic approach to ensuring economic growth sustainability, the task set by the Russian President, with regard to strategic management theory and practice.
Recently, Russian Academy of Sciences (RAS) became the subject for evidently bespoke attacks of a number of TV channels and newspapers. Attacks were characterized by deliberate distortion of truth and attempts to represent RAS in a negative light. They were accompanied by prosecutor and audit controls of academic administration. It seems to have been preparatory barrage before general offensive. The following legislative formalization of this campaign stirred up not only academic environment, but also the public as a whole.
Well-known political analyst and economist does not conceal feeling quite uncomfortable in the capitalist world: not a dissident, but a dissenter, who is probably being tolerated just because of the democratic principles proclaimed in these countries.
The economic crisis of 2009 – 2014 in Russia and Ukraine is not a result of the global financial crisis impact. The continuing deterioration of the Ukraine and Russia’s economies is caused primarily by inadequate macroeconomic policy, which cannot be optimal due to institutional character of its origin.
The need for information policy is caused by enormous changes in human society occurred in recent decades. Of course, we are speaking about phenomenon of the information society, when information exchange determines public life. To create credible democratic legal forms of information relations in society is exactly the task of information policy that is just beginning to take shape in the country.
The article dwells on the development and application prospects of the radio frequency identification (RFID) information technology. It evaluates the possibility of creating a new sub-sector of telecommunications industry and the main fields of technology application to solving practical problems.