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Biryukova O. V. Studies on Russian Economic Development. 2014. Vol. 25. No. 1. P. 77-83.

This paper reviews the share of the Russian sector of knowledge-intensive services in the global market. The dynamics, structure, and geography of import–export operations in this sector is analyzed. The effectiveness of measures aimed at incentivizing the Russian export of knowledge-intensive services is assessed from the perspective of foreign trade institutions and tax mechanisms.

Added: Jan 19, 2014
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Florinskaya Y. Studies on Russian Economic Development. 2017. Vol. 28. No. 1. P. 87-96.

Тhis paper used the results of a research project that was implemented at the Institute for Social Analysis and Forecasting of the Russian Academy of National Economy and State Service under the President of the Russian Federation in 2015. The data of the quantitative survey of school graduates from the 11th grade of secondary schools in small Russian towns, as well as the materials of expert interviews with representatives of the municipal education departments and school management. The main conclusion of the study is that there is a huge migration potential of youth in small towns, which is mainly related to receiving higher education in large cities, unfortunately without the real prospect of returning to the lesser motherland.

Added: Jun 8, 2017
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I.E. Frolov, Ganichev N. Studies on Russian Economic Development. 2014. Vol. 25. No. 1. P. 1-15.

New definitions of the scientific and technological potential and the scientific and technological base, resting on the distinction between past, present, and future efforts of the public ensuring its reproduc tion, are introduced. The main trends in the development of the Russian scientific and technological base are analyzed in comparison with major foreign countries, as well as the changes in some components of the Rus sian scientific and technological potential in the 2000s. An estimate is made for the measures of state support for all forms of financing of Russia’s scienceintensive hightech complex in 2008–2013, and the relationship between government support measures and output growth in real terms is considered using the example of the aircraft industry

Added: Dec 4, 2015
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Kokoshin A., Bartenev V. Studies on Russian Economic Development. 2016. Vol. 27. No. 1. P. 5-12.

This paper examines the implementation of the doctrinal principle of interdependence between security and development in the current Russian strategic planning documents devoted to goalsetting and forecasting. The authors make several recommendations on how to improve the forecasting methodology and the effectiveness of strategic planning in the Russian Federation in a complex geopolitical environment with increased risks to national security and sustainable development

Added: Aug 14, 2017
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Zolotova I., Dvorkin V. Studies on Russian Economic Development. 2016.

The electricity market liberalization in Russia has led to the emergence of the wholesale power market. Since that time, market participants operate in the competitive environment, facing everyday with market strategy planning issues. Under these conditions forecasting electricity prices has become an integral and daily challenge for most market participants. This is also true in case of high uncertainty that typically characterizes Russian electricity market. To this end, it is especially demanded to formulate and apply precise forecast models to predict market conjecture.

In this paper we consider the possibility of using neural networks for short-term electricity price forecasting on the Russian day-ahead market based only on market specific deterministic factors. The results show that the proposed set of six factors accurately describe the market conjecture and proposed model allows to get reliable month hourly price forecast in four different seasons of the year. The proposed model shows the lowest average prediction error rates for each hour of the month and, in turn, allows market participant to anticipate significant deviations of the price.

Added: Oct 23, 2015
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Moskovskaya A. A., Soboleva I. Studies on Russian Economic Development. 2016. Vol. 27. No. 6. P. 683-688.

The article deals with a relatively new phenomenon for Russia, i.e., social entrepreneurship. Based on an analysis of international experience in the development of social enterprises, their characteristics have been studied, the advantages and risks in support of social enterprise in meeting the social needs have been revealed, and the problems and prospects of development of social entrepreneurship in Russia have been discussed. 

Added: Apr 18, 2017
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Tretyakova E., Shimanovskii D. V. Studies on Russian Economic Development. 2020. Vol. 31. No. 1. P. 108-112.

A model created for estimating the welfare level potentially achievable under the existing production constraints is considered in the article. Analysis of the results obtained by using the model has demonstrated that 1) Russian society is far from a state of a socio-eco-economic balance; 2) increasing the level of social welfare would require significantly increasing Russian citizens’ incomes and reducing the amount of soil, air, and water pollution; 3) at current income and pollution levels, it is possible to achieve a higher level of social welfare in Russian society. The results of the study provide strong evidence that further progressive development of our country needs to be driven by increasing the welfare of the majority of the population and implementing green technologies into economic practice on a large scale

Added: Apr 27, 2020
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Revich B., Kharkova T. L., Kvasha E. A. et al. Studies on Russian Economic Development. 2014. No. 2. P. 201-206.

This article discusses the adequacy of human resources for the sustainable development of the ter¬ritories of the Russian Arctic. By using the example of Murmansk oblast, the negative dynamics of the pop¬ulation and labor potential is shown, actual forecasts of the declining life expectancy are given, and reasons for the high mortality rate, especially among working¬age people, are discussed. In conclusion, the need for priority measures to overcome the increasing migration outside the region and the development of the social and healthcare areas is given

Added: Oct 13, 2015
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Ноздрина Н. Н., Zayonchkovskaya Z. Studies on Russian Economic Development. 2008. Vol. 19. No.  4. P. 395-404.
Added: Oct 22, 2009
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Balashova E., Suvorov N. V., Davidkova O. Studies on Russian Economic Development. 2012. Vol. 23. No. 5. P. 436-445.

This article analyzes some of the most common approaches to the heterogeneity of capital assets in macroeconomic models. According to the analysis results, a general statistical model is formulated that provides an opportunity to assess effectiveness coefficients (resource intensity) on the basis of empirical data. The coefficients are differentiated according to new and basic technologies with respect to particular industries of the real sector of the domestic economy.

Added: Oct 22, 2014
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Kossov V. V. Studies on Russian Economic Development. 2016. Vol. 27. No. 1. P. 34-44.

The paper presents a forecast of the demand price for commodities, which can be considered dual to the forecast for supply price. An algorithm for preparing the initial information is presented that allows one to take into account the features of the original data that determine the quality of the evaluation of the model parameters. We describe the extraction of input data for predicting the demand price from the data intended for determining the supply price.

Added: May 11, 2016
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Evstratov A., A. M. Kalinin, Parsegov S. Studies on Russian Economic Development. 2016. Vol. 27. No. 1. P. 13-20.

The paper discusses the possibility of evaluating the effectiveness of the government demand stim ulation for industrial products based on the input–output model. The study aims to simulate the impact of public policies based on a simple calculation using open data on the input–output balance.

Added: Mar 14, 2016
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Розанова Н. М. Проблемы прогнозирования. 1998. № 6.
Added: Jan 5, 2015
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Розанова Н. М. Проблемы прогнозирования. 1999. № 4.
Added: Jan 6, 2015
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Федорова Е. А., Довженко С. Е., Нехаенко В. Проблемы прогнозирования. 2015. № 4. С. 105-117.
Added: May 6, 2016
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Б.А. Р., Д.А. Ш., М.А. П. и др. Проблемы прогнозирования. 2015. № 2. С. 56-67.
Added: Jun 10, 2015
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Флоринская Ю. Ф. Проблемы прогнозирования. 2017. № 1. С. 114-124.

Тhis paper used the results of a research project that was implemented at the Institute for Social Analysis and Forecasting of the Russian Academy of National Economy and State Service under the President of the Russian Federation in 2015. The data of the quantitative survey of school graduates from the 11th grade of secondary schools in small Russian towns, as well as the materials of expert interviews with representatives of the municipal education departments and school management. The main conclusion of the study is that there is a huge migration potential of youth in small towns, which is mainly related to receiving higher education in large cities, unfortunately without the real prospect of returning to the lesser motherland.

Added: Oct 17, 2017
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Гнидченко А.А., Сальников В.А. Проблемы прогнозирования. 2013. № 6. С. 81-101.
Added: Jun 6, 2013
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Щербакова Е. М., Белкина Т. Д., Протокалистова Л. В. Проблемы прогнозирования. 2019. № 6. С. 110-122.
Added: Jan 19, 2020
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И.Э. Фролов, Ганичев Н. А., Кошовец О. Проблемы прогнозирования. 2013. № 3. С. 48-58.
Added: Oct 15, 2014