The "Economic Strategies" journal

2022 #4. 2022

Budgeting trends in regional development

DOI: 10.33917/mic-4.105.2022.74-79

The article considers the problems of budgeting development in the sphere of regional management from traditional (estimated) budgeting by costs to the new budgeting, aimed at the results of state structures activity. It is substantiated that the implementation of national and federal projects entails the need for the development, approval and implementation of many projects at different levels of state and municipal administration. It is noted that the transition to the new budgeting will allow to formulate the information base, adequate to the development strategy of the region and the vector of political decisions.


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The effect of synergy in the study of the competitiveness of enterprises on the example of the subjects of the tourist destination of the Republic of Tatarstan

DOI: 10.33917/mic-4.105.2022.80-86

The scientific article calculates the synergistic effect from the merger of small players in the tourism market according to the «monoformat» type. A variant model of the merger of regional tour operators into a «multiformat» in the context of their «narrowly profiled offer» is presented on the example of the Republic of Tatarstan.


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2. Galiullin I.R. Evaluation of the synergy effect in the study of the competitive market in the service sector on the example of the DIY sector / I.R. Galiullin, I.V. Zhukovskaya. Microeconomics. 2019;2:44-49. (In Russ.).

3. Belikova E.V., Chernyavskaya E.Yu. Regional features of the development of service activities // Scientific Bulletin of the Southern Institute of Management. 2019;2:94-101. (In Russ.).

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

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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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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9. Life expectancy in Russia rose to a record high after a two-year decline. URL:

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11. The main directions of the budget, tax and customs tariff policy for 2023 and for the planning period of 2024 and 2025. URL:

Analysis of consumer perception in the space of image-forming factors. Part 1: Positions Versus Ideal

DOI: 10.33917/mic-4.105.2022.5-23

This study considers the analytical principles of market object perception (goods, trademarks, firms) by consumer in the image-forming space, with an emphasis on the correctness of the application of methods and interpretation of results (in terms of comparing perceived positions with consumer ideals). The proposed approach to analysis is based on the identification of factors that determine market processes and the construction of images of real goods / brands / firms in the perception of representatives of the target group. The issues of product / brand / company promotion are discussed based on the analysis of consumer perception. The presented approach is applied to solve some practical problems, such as identifying factors of perception of goods / brands / firms, building their images in the space of consumer attitudes, analyzing the configuration of images in comparison with the ideal, developing a strategy and essential details of promotion.


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6. Zakuskin S.V. Segmentation of the target group based on consumer preferences. Creative economy. 2021;15(1). (In Russ.).

7. Zakuskin S.V. Particularities of the analysis of the market images formedness and differentiation in the rational relation space. Creative economy. 2020;14(12). (In Russ.).

8. Zakuskin S.V. Control of the movement of market images relative to consumer ideals. Creative economy. 2020;14(9):2055-2078. (In Russ.).

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11. Zakuskin S.V. The market of services of entertainment centers: a look through the prism of image-forming factors. Part 8. The combination of rational and emotional aspects. Creative economy. 2020;14(3):367-398. (In Russ.).

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Assessment of financial potential and corporate asset management policy of RUSAL URAL JSC

DOI: 10.33917/mic-4.105.2022.24-33

This article evaluates the financial potential and corporate asset management policy of RUSAL URAL JSC in the context of economic sanctions. It is established that RUSAL URAL JSC combines an aggressive policy of managing current assets and an aggressive type of policy of managing current liabilities. Thus, a comprehensive operational management policy can also be characterized as aggressive. JSC RUSAL URAL has low ratings for almost all components of the financial potential of the corporation (FPC), therefore, it can be assigned a low level of FPC. Thus, the corporation is not financially stable. In order to improve the financial position of the corporation, increase its stability and solvency, it is possible to change the policy of managing current liabilities from aggressive to moderate, i.e. reduce the share of short-term loans in the total amount of liabilities.


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Anti-Russian sanctions as a factor affecting the socio-economic situation of the country

DOI: 10.33917/mic-4.105.2022.33-38

This article discusses anti-Russian sanctions imposed from 2014 to the present. Based on open data and Rosstat statistics, the dynamics of inflation and real incomes of the population are analyzed. Conclusions are drawn about the futility of anti-Russian sanctions, and basically not achieving the goals set by the initiators.


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Competitiveness of the Russian market of tourist services: from theory to practice

DOI: 10.33917/mic-4.105.2022.39-44

The scientific article presents an analysis of the Russian competitive market of tourism services, classifies promising areas of domestic tourism, and defines a strategy for the development of Russian outbound (inbound) tourism.


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Methodological features of structuring the subjects of the Russian gas industry

DOI: 10.33917/mic-4.105.2022.45-52

The article is devoted to approaches to structuring the subjects of the Russian gas industry taking into account the role of the gas industry in the state economy and its unique features. The article discusses global challenges for the Russian gas industry in the conditions of energy transition. An analysis of the structuring of the subjects of the gas industry of Russia is being carried out; foreign experience is being considered with the identification of key features. An author’s approach to structuring the subjects of the gas industry of Russia is offered, combining the strengths of Russian and foreign approaches.


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Financing oil and gas completion operations: ARO tools

DOI: 10.33917/mic-4.105.2022.53-64

Asset Retirement Obligations (ARO) are legal obligations to complete the closure of a facility when a long-lived tangible asset, such as an oil well, offshore platform, pipeline, or terminal, is permanently decommissioned. The most common type of ARO for an oilfield is the legal requirement to plug and abandon and restore the site of oil and gas wells to their original natural level at the end of their useful life.

The term «oilfield ARO» is used to cover the full range of statutory activities for the disposal of oil assets, including reclamation and environmental restoration. Interim and subsequent ARO carry additional financial risks.


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