The "Economic Strategies" journal

2019 #4. Picture of the World




New Formats of the Post-Global World

DOI: 10.33917/es-4.162.2019.34-41

Analysis of national projects laid out by the RF Government allows to claim that this project set will not be the very breakthrough strategy, the need for development and implementation of which was stressed by the President of the Russian Federation, at least because the breakthrough can only be “whereto”. And “what for”. These questions should have been met by the Strategy for Social and Economic Development (SED) of Russia. The strategy itself, in turn, was supposed to rely on a basic national concept, such as the GOELRO Plan, the Space Project and others, and the strategic forecast through levels “World” – “Country” – “Region”, which would indicate critical changes. The latter were supposed to serve as a scenario framework for the strategy, to highlight those key potentials, the development of which would provide the greatest positive effect. In addition, the strategic forecast should have outlined the scenario forks as those points where management decisions are necessary. But strategic forecast, commissioned by the RF Ministry of Economic Development, does not meet these requirements and cannot serve as a basis for a new SED Strategy. The article focuses on the basic sense-bearing concept

Methods of Digital Economy in Terms of Management and Control Activities in the Real Economy

DOI: 10.33917/es-4.162.2019.42-49

The regular meeting of the Bogomolov Club, held on April 1, 2019 at the Institute for Economic Strategies, was dedicated to discussing the state, prospects and drivers of Russia’s socio-economic growth. The keynote address was made by the Chairman of the Club academician Abel Gezevich Aganbegyan.

Statistics as Undervaluated Tool of Strategic Management

DOI: 10.33917/es-4.162.2019.50-59

Today, serious miscalculations in management are associated with ignoring statistics as a powerful tool that makes it possible in the conditions of unprecedented growth of information flows and, in particular, inadequate information, to fairly and reliably analyze trends and dependencies, as well as predict social and economic phenomena and processes. Moreover, it is necessary to recognize that, at present, the statistical literacy of analyst experts, as well as officials, managers of various levels, politicians and ordinary citizens, is at a level that does not allow to solve topical practical problems of statistical support of management processes, correctly read / interpret statistical information. In this context, it is necessary to pay special attention to the preservation and gradual restoration of statistical education and the image of statistics as a whole

Results of the First Quarter of Stability with the Crisis Trend 2019: Macroeconomic

DOI: 10.33917/es-4.162.2019.60-65

Changing of a conjuncture index of “Economic strategy” (CIES) for the first quarter of 2019 is considered. The contribution of indicators of supply and demand in CIES is estimated. The analysis of industrial production is carried out

Formula of the Cadastral Value

In a new series of instructive stories by V.P. Chichkanov – stories of searching for the own mission, the development of lifestyle, ways to overcome the new frontiers of the Prosecutor General of the Russian Federation Yu.Y. Chaika, Director General of the International Trade Center V.P. Strashko, General Director of Gazpromenergoholding D.V. Fedorov

“Healthcare Optimization is the Great Evil”

Levan Longinozovich Stazhadze is a well-known Soviet and Russian anesthetist, doctor of medical sciences, professor, academician of the International Academy of Astronautics. He headed the country’s first department of resuscitation at the Institute of Emergency Care named after N.V. Sklifosovsky, and in 1972-1987 – the department of medical support of manned space flights at the Institute of Biomedical Problems. Together with professor L.G. Kostomarova L.L. Stazhadze is the organizer of the Moscow Disaster Medicine Service and to this day works as the chief researcher in the Center for Emergency Medical Aid, created by them at the Moscow Health Department. Levan Longinozovich is one of those interlocutors who can be listened to for hours, and there will never be enough time to learn about all the amazing details of his biography – sad, funny, edifying, historically significant – often it is referred to very important facts of national history. The names of people, whom he knew well, are known to everybody or to plenty of people. Institutes were named in honor of some of them, while others, on the contrary, became ominous symbols of a bygone era. But, no matter what we think about it, it is all part of our history, which, as we know, does not know the subjunctive mood

Perspectives of Occupational Medicine Development in Russia

DOI: 10.33917/es-4.162.2019.84-91

Problematic issues related to Healthcare system reform in Russia are under review. Health level of working people is analyzed and recommendations for development of occupation medicine aimed at control for working people health saving are given

Economic and Political Strategy of the British East India Company: Complementarity or Mutual exclusion?

DOI: 10.33917/es-4.162.2019.92-99

The article deals with correlation between the trade and the power nature of the East India Company (1600–1874) as a key agent of the British Empire in Asia. The main stages of its activity are traced, transformation of its strategies and goals is explained. If in the first century and a half economic and political strategies of the company complemented each other with priority of the first, then with the company’s institutional mutation in the middle of the XVIII century there emerged tension between strategies arose. The company’s coming to power in Bengal, establishment of state control over the company and the British industrial revolution not only brought the company’s political strategies to the forefront, but replaced its economic goals with political ones, transforming the company into an instrument of governing India

Critical Analysis and Legal Qualifications of the Destruction and Rehabilitation of the Union Space (USSR — EAEU, 1990–2015)

DOI: 10.33917/es-4.162.2019.108-117

In his work with the economic, legal and socio-political point of view are considered causes of the collapse of the USSR, worked in a complex questions of integration and disintegration of the former Soviet Union, examines the integration processes on the post-Soviet space, given the author’s assessment of the results of the construction of the Eurasian Economic Union. Conducted analysis of the international legal instruments in the framework of the Eurasian post-Soviet integration. Extended terminological system, through the development of the author’s definition of the EAEC