Regional Strategy Development Based on the Principles of Sustainable Development by the Example of the Kamchatka Territory

DOI: 10.33917/es-5.192.2023.110-119

The purpose of the study is to substantiate scientifically and to illustrate the application of methodology for assessing and planning sustainable regional development using the example of the Kamchatka Territory. The author analyzes the experience of regional development strategic planning over the past 10 years, assesses the current socio-economic situation of the Kamchatka Territory, as well as key industries, social sphere and regional infrastructure. The study draws attention to environmental risks and proposes methodological approaches to assessing the prospects for sustainable development, based on analysis of the dynamics of the general well-being and financial stability of the region. Social and economic factors influencing sustainable development are considered, and also practical recommendations for developing strategies of sustainable development of the region are presented. The study may be useful for practitioners and researchers in the field of regional development, helping to improve strategic planning in the Kamchatka Territory and similar regions.


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Financial strategy for the sustainable development of a construction organization

DOI: 10.33917/mic-5.112.2023.48-56

The concept of sustainable development of a construction organization has been formulated. There is proposed an approach to solving issues of strategic planning and management based on a systems analysis of the relationship between sustainable development, financial potential and financial inclusion. The authors’ vision implies that financial potential is defined as a dynamic characteristic that determines the qualitative and quantitative assessment of a construction organization in terms of volumes, attractiveness and risks of investment. There are substantiated the necessity of consideration and methods for assessing financial inclusion at the corporate level.


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Investments in renewable energy sources during the global energy crisis

DOI: 10.33917/mic-5.112.2023.16-22

The article examines the regional structure of investment in the development of renewable sources of electricity and the impact of the global energy crisis on its volume. Forecasts are made for the development of renewable energy based on the current state and the impact of the global energy crisis on the plans drawn up by the world community to achieve sustainable development goals. Structural changes in the global energy transition and, in particular, in the process of developing electricity generation based on renewable energy sources in the period from 2021 to 2022 are analyzed.


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Sustainable development of human capital as the basis for innovative transformations of the Russian economy

DOI: 10.33917/mic-4.111.2023.73-81

Considers the sustainable development of human capital as the basis for scientific and technological transformations of the Russian economy. The importance of considering this problem is due to the fact that innovative development, ensuring the technological security of the state, directly depends on the people who are called upon to solve this problem, on the level of human capital, the bearer of which they are. The aim of the study was to assess the relationship between innovation activity and the level of human capital, to study the state of the main components of human capital, to identify problems and possible solutions. In the course of the study, general theoretical methods were used: analysis, synthesis, induction and deduction. The analysis showed that the global leaders in the field of innovation also occupy strong positions in terms of the level of human capital, and this trend is also typical for Russian regions. The study indicated the presence of a number of problems in the development of the main components of human capital, which, to a certain extent, is due to a decrease in federal budget spending on the main areas directly related to the development of human capital. A possible solution to the identified problems is proposed through the development and adoption of a comprehensive state program for the formation and development of human capital.


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On the issue of sustainable development of rural areas

DOI: 10.33917/mic-4.105.2022.86-91

The Russian Federation is in the process of searching for effective tools for state management of the development of rural areas that ensure the integrated development of the countryside throughout the country. The article considers the issue of the need to develop the socio-economic policy of the village, taking into account the main tasks and principles in the field of ensuring the sustainable development of rural areas. Currently, the sustainable development of rural areas is an important component of the food security of the state, stability and independence.


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Responding to the Global Challenges of the Club of Rome: from “Limits to Growth” to “Sustainable Development”. To the Half-Century Anniversary of the First Report to the Club


The famous first report to the Club of Rome “The Limits то Growth” not only revealed strategic negative tendencies in the relationship of modern civilization with the natural environment, but also proposed a theoretical direction for overcoming them — “dynamic global equilibrium” (“zero growth”). The modern strategy of sustainable development is considered as a constructive response of civilization to the challenges of the realities of the “limits of growth” on the way of its advancement into the foreseeable future



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Demography in the System of Scenarios and Coordinates

DOI: 10.33917/es-8.174.2020.44-55

The article examines scenarios of a long-term demographic situation and politics, evolution of the value orientations, the latest approaches to assessing the development sustainability, the dispositional theory of demographic behavior

Supplementary Education Within Transition Strategy Towards Post-Industrial Development Stage

DOI: 10.33917/es-5.171.2020.82-89

The lead role in the post-industrial economy’s establishment of the social layer of highly qualified specialists’ formation determines the strategic importance of education. The article presents an analysis of the statistical indicators distribution characterizing the correlation of changes in the structure of GDP and economics of education. The analysis showed the relevance of supplementing basic education systems at all levels with informal flexible training courses. These courses allow adapting the acquired competencies to dynamic changes in the nature of labor and the structure of employment. The prospects of attracting potential of public-state partnership for the organization of additional adaptive training are considered. In such a case, basic education is combined with capabilities of educational public organizations that are not bound by the inertia of standards and agreeing on topics and methods

Methodical approach to managing sustainable development in the electric power complex of Russia

The article shows the approach to the organization of interaction between the state, energy companies and power engineering companies for the purpose of sustainable development of the electric power complex of Russia. The necessity in the preparation of strategic plans for the development of enterprises complex evaluation and accounting not only the best available technologies, but also the best available resources, including human resources.

Globalization and Unipolarity: a Quarter of Century Wandering in Search of Sustainable Development

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Globalization and Unipolarity: a Quarter of Century Wandering in Search of Sustainable Development

At the beginning of the zero years of the XXI century there was a strong opposition of anti-globalists and globalists (mainstream) on the global agenda of development formed at the turn of the 1980-1990s in the XX century. In the middle of the second decade of the XXI century due to the green strategy of the global economy in relation to the new goals of sustainable development until 2030, these positions have shifted so much that the terms used do not reflect their original significance any more, which impedes the comprehension of actual processes, creating the illusion of radical changes in globalization processes in order to overcome negative trends on the way towards sustainable development. The article, on the basis of discussions on comprehending results of modern globalization a decade after its beginning, analyzes these changes and proposes terms more reflecting the essence of the ongoing global processes.