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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The theory of shadow prices as a methodological basis of a promising management system in the military-industrial complex

DOI: 10.33917/mic-4.93.2020.57-66

The article discusses the economic feasibility of using modern development in managing the development of enterprises of the defense-industrial complex in the performance of the state defense order of the theory of shadow prices.

The Criterion Apparatus for Evaluating the Effectiveness of Decisions Using Indicators of Shadow Prices and Production Costs

DOI: 10.33917/es-8.166.2019.116-123

One of the key issues that arises when forming criteria for evaluating the effectiveness of decisions on the ratio of shadow prices and product costs, criteria for weapon effectiveness and optimum weapon quality are seemingly self-evident, they are widely used in practice. But are they always valid and effective? In fact, not so simple. Obvious criteria like this often turn out to be not quite correct, or, sometimes, completely wrong. The article will consider this issue in more detail