Author page: Ksenofontova Kh.Z.

Protection of patent law, industrial property and information databases based on international agreements in various sectors of the economy

DOI: 10.33917/mic-6.113.2023.55-70

The organizational and economic aspects of the protection of patent law, industrial property and information databases on the basis of international agreements in modern socio-economic conditions are considered. It is shown that in the modern world, copyright involuntarily is a factor «slowing down» the development of knowledge-intensive industries. In turn, the modern Russian patent system is in dire need of reform – as the popular press, scientists, lawyers, judges and ombudsmen say.

The authors conclude that protecting patents as property rights can improve socially constructive coordination that facilitates the complex process of commercializing innovations, thereby improving both access and competition. On the contrary, avoidance of industrial property may facilitate socially destructive coordination between large players using anti-competitive collusion strategies.


1. Bachurin A.P., Filatov V.V., Zhenzhebir V.N., Diarov A.A., Gaidarenko L.V. Management of the regulatory framework for the use of trademarks for licensed products. Economic problems. 2010;4-38:10-14. (In Russ.).

2. Digilina O.B., Sazanov S.D., Teslenko I.B. Intellectual property and innovation: theoretical aspect. Quality. Innovation. Education. 2009;10 (53):14-16. (In Russ.).

3. Zhenzhebir V.N., Galitsky Yu.A. Information retrieval in patent research. In: Modern information technologies in education, science and industry. Sat. proceedings of the V International Competition of Scientific and Scientific Methodological Works of the III Competition of the Scientific School Community. Editor and compiler T.V. Piryazeva, 2017. pp. 36-40. (In Russ.).

4. Basic provisions of the Berne Convention for the Protection of Literary and Artistic Works (1886). URL:

5. Rukina I.M., Filatov V.V. Intellectual capital as an innovative resource of the knowledge economy. University Bulletin. 2012;18:182-193. (In Russ.).

6. Stasyuk K.D., Filatov V.V. International registration of trademarks with the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO). In the collection: Collection of scientific papers of the International scientific conference dedicated to the 75th anniversary of the birth of prof. A.P. Zhikhareva. Collection of scientific papers. Moscow, 2023. pp. 271-276. (In Russ.).

7. Teslenko I.B., Kovalenko S.Yu., Savelyev I.I., Nauchigin K.M. Intellectual capital and innovative development of the region. Monograph. Vladimir, 2014. 192 p. (In Russ.).

8. Filatov V.V. Conceptual issues of enhancing innovation activity in the Russian Federation. Monograph. Moscow, 2013. 60 p. (In Russ.).

9. Baldwin P. The Copyright Wars: Three Centuries of Trans-Atlantic Battle. Princeton University Press. 2016. p. 15.

10. Companies file infringement suits, Focus on Catalysts. 2010;9:2-3.

11. Himmelstein D.S., Romero A.R., McLaughlin S.R., Tzovaras B.G., Greene C.S. Sci-Hub provides access to nearly all scholarly literature. PeerJ Preprints, 2017.

Evaluation of the effectiveness of the financial management system of the largest confectionery company in the commodity market of the Moscow region

DOI: 10.33917/mic-3.110.2023.37-49

An assessment of the financial potential and corporate asset management policy of the leading manufacturing company in the commodity market of the Moscow region – JSC «Bolshevik» was carried out. It is determined that the company is not financially stable. It is recommended to change the current liabilities management policy from aggressive to moderate in order to improve the financial position of the corporation, increase its stability and solvency.


1. Atamanyuk O.Ya., Matushevskaya E.A. Features of property and capital valuation on the example of a confectionery factory. In the collection: Economics and the banking system: theory and practice. Materials of the correspondence international scientific and practical conference. Dagestan State University; North Caucasus Federal University; Financial University under the Government of the Russian Federation. 2016. pp. 54-60.

2. Belchuk E.V., Marien L.S. Industry of Russia: regional features of development at the macro and meso levels. In the collection: Issues of economics and management at the present stage of development. Collection of scientific articles on the results of the All-Russian Conference. Edited by I.E. Belskikh. 2015. pp. 14-17.

3. Documentary history of JSC «Bolshevik». Past, present, future. Gl. ed. by E. Stupakov. Monograph, Publishing House: Newsmakers, Moscow, 2006.

4. Mikoyan L.V. Development of a strategy for the development of a confectionery factory. In the book: Science Week 2020. Collection of abstracts in two parts. Rostov-on-Don, 2020. pp. 214-217.

5. Mikoyan L.V., Orlova V.G. Marketing analysis of confectionery factory products. In the collection: Technologies of marketing, brand management and advertising. Materials of the All-Russian Scientific and practical Conference. State University of Management. Moscow, 2019. pp. 55-57.

6. Mikoyan L.V., Orlova V.G. Strategic analysis of the activity of the confectionery factory. In the collection: Problems of automation. regional management. communication and automation (SAILS-2019). Proceedings of the VIII All-Russian Scientific Conference of Young Scientists, postgraduates and students. Proceedings of the VIII All-Russian Scientific Conference of Young Scientists, Postgraduates and students, In two volumes. 2019. pp. 85-92.

7. Naumova R.E. Features of cost optimization for the production of confectionery factory products. In the collection: Accounting, analysis and audit: current state and prospects of development. materials of the XII International Scientific and Practical Conference. Ural State University of Economics. Yekaterinburg, 2021. pp. 150-152.

8. Naumova R.E. Features of cost analysis at a confectionery factory. In the collection: Actual problems of accounting, analysis and audit. Materials of the XIII All-Russian Youth Scientific and Practical Conference with international participation. Kursk, 2021. pp. 315-319.

9. Penkina Yu.I., Kalinin Yu.S. Development of a program plan for mandatory preliminary events at a confectionery factory. Research and development of young scientists. 2016;15:70-73. (In Russ.).

Principles of corporate ethics of managers of industrial and service enterprises

DOI: 10.33917/mic-2.109.2023.82-92

The article explores different approaches to the term “sustainability” existing in academic literature and used in practice. It describes three methods – two well-known ones and another one developed by the authors – used for quantitative assessment of the degree of economic and financial sustainability in regions. The regions include four Russian federal subjects in the Russian Arctic and three macroregions that include the aforesaid regions. The indicators used for the assessment are grouped by the following aspects: relevance to national projects, type of assessment scale, internal or external economic factors, and income or spending in a consolidated regional budget. The article explores and draws a distinction between the influence of external factors – indicators of the demographic and natural environments – on the economic sustainability of an area.  A comparative analysis is done for three Russian macroregions and four Arctic regions by degree of economic and financial sustainability. The regions and macroregions are ranked based on the results of the comparative analysis using the selected indicators. The ranking helps identify potential strategic vectors and their succession as well as criteria for improvement of economic sustainability in the Russian Arctic.


1. Babkin N., Bespalova S., Senetskaya L., Skotarenko O. Tools for digitalization of economic processes for supporting management decision-making in the Arctic region // IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science. 2019. Volume 302 Issue 1. 6 August. No 012147.

2. Bykovskaia E., Maiurova A., Kustikova M., Timofeeva I., Tyurikova E.  Assessment of the environmental risks in the development of fossil fuels deposits in the Arctic zone of the Russian Federation // IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science. Volume 723. Issue 5. 12 April 2021.

3. Bulletin of current trends in Russian economy, Retrieved, 2020. URL:

4. Kozin M., Plotnikov V., Skotarenko O. Assessment of challenges, threats, and prospects in development of cities and towns in the Arctic zone // IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science. Volume 302 Issue 1. 6 August No 012103.

5. Concept of Sustainable Development in Countries United Nation Conference on Environment and Development, 1993.  New York. Vol. 1-3. URL:

6. Towards a Global Pact for the Environment of 10 May 2018: Resolution A / 72 / L.51. URL:

7. National Projects: expectations, results, and prospects. 28.07.2020 Ekspert RA Rating Agency. URL:

8. On national development goals in the Russian Federation until 2030:  Decree of the President of the Russian Federation of 21 June 2020 No 474. URL:

9. On Land Territories in the Arctic Zone of the Russian Federation: Decree of the President of the Russian Federation of 2 May 2016 No. 296 // Collected Laws of the RF 05.05.2014 No18 Part I Art. 2136.