The "Economic Strategies" journal

2023 #6. 2023

State strategic planning of education in Russia in the digital transformation of the economy

DOI: 10.33917/mic-6.113.2023.14-28

In the context of the most important legislative acts and strategic planning documents for the development of the education system and digital economy in Russia, the article examines modern problems in the implementation of the national project «Education» and the national program «Digital Economy of the Russian Federation». They identified the main contradictions and discrepancies in strategic goals, priorities, objectives and results associated with the dominance of technocratic and liberal market approaches to education management. The strategic guidelines and prospects for the digital transformation of the Russian education system are outlined.


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Type data consideration in market objects analysis. Part 2. Building images based on factors of numeric types

DOI: 10.33917/mic-6.113.2023.29-47

The issues of the correct application of mathematical statistics in the processing of marketing research results, taking into account the type of data obtained, are considered. The indicators of the trend and the spread of data in the analysis of consumer preferences and perception of market objects (goods/ trademarks/firms) in relation to numeric data (interval-type and stronger) are discussed. Examples of constructing images of market objects based on interval type data are given. The advantages of analyzing interval-type factors constructed in an optimal way in solving the tasks are shown.


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Quality of the workforce in the context of economic modernization

DOI: 10.33917/mic-6.113.2023.48-54

The content of the concept of «labor quality» in the context of economic modernization is revealed. The main approaches to the study of the economic category «labor force» are analyzed, and the existing experience in forming the definition of the category «labor force quality» is generalized. A review of the main elements that form the concept of «labor quality» is carried out, and an overview of the most significant competencies necessary to ensure the competitiveness of the workforce is given.


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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.


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Digital twin formation technology as a driver for the development of the digital economy

DOI: 10.33917/mic-6.113.2023.71-75

The scientific article summarizes the theoretical concepts of a digital twin and classifies its main types in the digital economy. The principles of operation of digital twins are outlined using the example of the production process and modern marketplace.


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On changes in promising trends in the ratio of annual increases in global GDP and global demand for oil and energy

DOI: 10.33917/mic-6.113.2023.76-88

Forecasts are given for 2023–2028 global demand for oil and energy, as well as real GDP growth by region of the world. The linear regression models developed by the authors and graphs of the relationship between the annual growth rate of global GDP and the annual growth rate of global oil and energy demand are presented.

According to the authors, the fight against inflation by the US Federal Reserve and the Central Bank of Europe through raising interest rates leads to a decrease in investment and a decrease in the growth rate of GDP in the US and Europe.


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The impact of renewable energy on the country’s economic growth

DOI: 10.33917/mic-6.113.2023.89-94

Efficient use of energy is a prerequisite for economic development. The article identifies the relationship between economic growth and the use of renewable energy sources. The study shows that renewable energy contributes to economic growth for both developing and developed countries.


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Financial sovereignty of Russia as an object of knowledge, the basis of which is money and the mechanism of its circulation

DOI: 10.33917/mic-6.113.2023.95-104

In the modern conditions of globalization of economic and other relations, new challenges and threats are emerging in the world. Against this background, specific threats to the financial sovereignty of Russia have become widespread, due to the economic and legal properties of modern «paper» money and their separation from the objective material basis from the equivalent commodity, which results in the absence of a standard measure of value. This problem is very acute in not only economics and finance, but also in law, in particular, in the field of criminal law when qualifying criminal acts of an economic orientation and other areas of economic and legal relations.


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Development and prospects of the markets of the European-Asian Economic Union

DOI: 10.33917/mic-6.113.2023.5-13

The main markets under study, which continue to develop actively on mutually beneficial terms, are the markets of the countries of the European-Asian Economic Union (EAEU). Therefore, in the context of the refusal of the European Union (EU) countries from the work of European economic entities on the territory of the Russian Federation, the procurement of natural resources necessary for the needs of energy companies, the relevance of the formation of strategic goals, criteria for their achievement, the implementation of planned plans and specific ongoing activities in full, is an important task of governments in public management systems of all five countries of the union. To achieve the main strategic goal of the EAEU activity – to improve the standard of living of the population of the countries. It is necessary to ensure the joint development of three single markets: labor, goods and finance. The further successful solution of this problem is facilitated by the activities of the Single Customs Union, aimed at the almost unhindered movement of labor and goods within the borders of the Union countries. Such integration of the countries’ trade and economic activities makes it possible to significantly increase the trade turnover between the countries, attract labor resources, first of all, to the Russian Federation. However, there are also unresolved problems. For example, in order to strengthen the production and food integration of countries, it is necessary to introduce additional provisions into the mechanisms for regulating the export movement of goods. In order to carry out mutual attraction of finance in the form of investments on the territory of these countries, a single regulatory space is being created, which should include a standard.


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