Features of the study of the competitiveness of the service sector on the example of the Republic of Tatarstan

DOI: 10.33917/mic-5.106.2022.105-109

The scientific article proposes directions for supporting the competitiveness of the service sector on the example of the tourism industry of the Republic of Tatarstan. The formation of the regional tourist and volunteer center is substantiated, which allows expanding additional types of regional domestic tourism and accumulating a control center at the point of the most demanded and visited geographically, which accumulates information and digital support with the help of volunteers.


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2. Rzaitdinov R.R. Ways to improve competitiveness in the service sector (on the example of a network of service centers for the repair of equipment) // Studies of young scientists: materials of the XX Intern. scientific conf. Kazan: Young scientist, 2021. pp. 33-36. (In Russ.). URL: https://moluch.ru/conf/stud/archive/394/16533/

3. Zhukovskaya I.V. Segmentation of the service market: problems, solutions // Microeconomics. 2021;2:32-37. (In Russ.).

4. Zhukovskaya I.V. Differentiation of competitiveness management methods on the example of the service market of services // Microeconomics. 2021;3:32-38. (In Russ.).

5. Ragimkhanov A.V. Systematization of scientific approaches to the study of the competitiveness of services: from theory to practice / A.V. Ragimkhanov, I.V. Zhukovskaya // Microeconomics. 2022;1:75-78. (In Russ.).

Maximizing margin profit at known demand curves

DOI: 10.33917/mic-6.101.2021.34-39

The article deals with optimization of enterprise pricing management. An economic and mathematical model has been developed that allows you to investigate the dependence of margin profit on the price of goods with a certain dependence of the volume of demand for it on the established price. Based on the study of the model, a theoretical estimate of the optimal level of the price of the product was obtained, which provides the enterprise with the maximum margin profit from its sales. It is proposed to generalize the model in case of simultaneous sales of several goods. A formalized setting of the task of joint optimization of prices and deliveries of several types of products is presented, with restrictions on the possibility of deliveries and financing of variable costs of the enterprise.

The Project of Crating a New World Logistics. Part I. History and Economics of the Project

DOI: https://doi.org/10.33917/es-4.178.2021.36-47

The article presents one of the most promising and ambitious in socio-economic, political, humanitarian aspects of the Russian scientists’ project: “United Eurasia: Trans-Eurasian Belt of RAZVITIE — Integrated Eurasian Transport System (United Eurasia: TEBR-IETS)”.

The main purpose of the project is to ensure the connectivity of the territories of the Russian Federation and their active development, first of all, the deep integrated development of Siberia, the Far East and the Arctic. The role of the project in the partnership of the progressive world community is great; the radically modernized Trans-Siberian Railway — the backbone of the project — is designed to connect the Far East, including Japan, with Western Europe and the USA in the future. This fact will make it possible to carry out on the territory of the Russian Federation and the countries included in the project, the systemic coordination of all types of transport, including river and nautical, to create a single world logistics complex of advanced technical and managerial development.

The creation of the IETS will consolidate Russian geopolitical position as a transport bridge between the world economic and civilizational regions. It will create conditions for mutually beneficial cooperation with Austria, Germany, France, Czech Republic, Italy, Japan, South Korea, Singapore, India; will open up new opportunities for cooperation with North Korea, Canada and USA in the future. It will arouse interest from the PRC in the integration of a similar Chinese project, the “Silk Road” with

the Russian Megaproject. The implementation of the Megaproject will allow Russia to offer the world a new effective version of a non-confrontational way of solving international problems, become a geo-economic and geopolitical integrator on the Euro-Asian continent, lay the foundations for the solidarity development of all civilizational centers around Russia as a civilization state, make it senseless and impossible to impose sanctions on Russia, and raise to a qualitatively new level of authority and the role of the Russian Federation in the modern world

Gosplan — Basic approaches to Planning Socio­economic Development of Russia

#8. The Repertoire of Domination
Gosplan — Basic approaches to Planning  Socio­economic Development of Russia

The article examines organizational approaches to formation of Gosplan in Russia as a system of qualitatively new tools for monitoring and planning of market socio-economic development through infrastructure of well-ordered complex system of commodity resources formalized electronic markets within the framework of developing the system of Electronic trading platforms. The amount of data, collected from the interconnected electronic trading platforms, is an information base of Gosplan for issuing analysis results of the market trends and optimization recommendations (“planned targets”) for state structures and government authorities of the relevant product markets.

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

#2. The Ice Age

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