Russia's agriculture in transition: factor markets and constraints on growth
Lerman Z., Bogdanovskii V., Brock G., Epstein D., Gardner B., Grazhdaninova M., Jolly R., Khramova I., Liefert M. M., Jr. Rolfes L., Rylko D., Sazonov S., Sazonova D., Serova E., Shagaida N., Shick O., Subbotin A., Uzun V., Yastrebova O.
Serova E. V., Shik O., , in: Russia's agriculture in transition: factor markets and constraints on growth. .: , 2008.. P. 243-256.
The study focused specifically on the development of factor markets in Russian agriculture—markets for labor, purchased inputs, land, and credit. ...
Added: December 12, 2018
ECONOMIC ANALYSIS OF THE IMPACT OF CLIMATE CHANGE ON AGRICULTURE IN RUSSIA: NATIONAL AND REGIONAL ASPECTS
, , Oxford: Oxfam, 2013
Climate change is already having a negative impact on agricultural production in Russia, especially grain production, since this sector is perhaps the most dependent on weather and climate factors. This report presents an economic evaluation of the impact of climate change on crop production at the national level and a long-term economic evaluation of the ...
Added: July 21, 2016
Budapest: Corvinus University of Budapest, 2007
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, , Comparative Economic Studies 2005 Vol. 47 No. 1 P. 154-166
Russian policy makers argue that agriculture suffers from decapitalisation due to financial constraints faced by producers. This view is the basis for the national agricultural policy, which emphasises reimbursement of input costs and substitutes government and quasi-government organisations for the missing market institutions. The article evaluates the availability of purchased farm inputs, the efficiency of ...
Added: December 12, 2018
, , Cities 2016 Vol. 52 P. 39-54
Tbilisi, a city of over a million, is the national capital of Georgia. Although little explored in urban studies, the city epitomizes a fascinating assemblage of processes that can illuminate the interplay of geopolitics, political choices, globalization discourses, histories, and urban contestations in shaping urban transformations. Tbilisi's strategic location in the South Caucasus, at the ...
Added: February 23, 2016
Democratization and Firm Innovation: Evidence from the European and Central Asian post-Communist States
, , Post-Communist Economies 2020
The paper analyses the impact of democratisation on firm innovation in European and Central Asian post-communist states using panel-data and cross-sectional approaches. The sample consists of over 25,000 establishments in 25 transition economies. Our empirical analysis provides an array of novel findings to the institutional literature. First, our analysis demonstrates that post-communist democratisation has had ...
Added: July 20, 2020
Zaragoza: European Association of Agricultural Economists, 2002
Proceeding of the Xth European Association of Agricultural Economists (EAAE) International Congress ...
Added: December 13, 2018
, СПб.: НОРМА, 2018
коллективная монография ...
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, , et al., АПК: Экономика, управление 2018 № 3 С. 20-26
Мясное животноводство всегда входило в перечень отраслей, которым государство оказывало особое внимание. Это обусловлено не только спецификой потребления мяса в России, но и значительным потенциалом развития отрасли, особенно в современных условиях реализации программ импортозамещения продукции сельского хозяйства. В статье исследуется подход к повышению эффективности бюджетных ассигнований за счет изучения производственных балансов и отраслевых показателей страны. ...
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, , Local Government and Small Business: Mismatch of expectations / Высшая школа экономики. Series PA "Public Administration". 2013.
The article summarizes the data from a few tens of interviews with entrepreneurs – representatives of a small business. The purpose of the interview was to discover expectations and suggestions from entrepreneurs to the local and state government. Interview data reveal the profound contradictions between the business and the authorities. These contradictions are based ...
Added: May 14, 2013
Воспроизводство научной элиты в России: роль зарубежных научных фондов (на примере Фонда им. А. Гумбольдта)
, , et al., М.: Российский независимый институт социальных и национальных проблем, 2005
Монография подготовлена по результатам одноименного исследовательского проекта, реализованного в рамках гранта МОНФ 10/04-01. Рассматриваются факторы, влияющие на мотивацию, профессиональный и карьерный рост российских ученых в современных условиях. Особое внимание – с четом основной темы проекта – уделено роли, которую играют сегодня зарубежные некоммерческие научные фонды (в качестве примера избран немецкий Фонд им. А. Гумбольдта) в ...
Added: March 12, 2013
, , , Technological Forecasting and Social Change 2017 Vol. 119 P. 268-279
A key element of any government's Science, Technology and Innovation policy is stable analytical infrastructure to support strategic decision making. Experience from many countries shows that substantial policy decision making requires collecting and analysing a broad range of information to develop proactive and future-oriented policies. Accordingly, infrastructure providing this information as well as evidence for ...
Added: June 2, 2016
, , et al., Europe-Asia Studies 2014
Elections serve a variety of functions in authoritarian regimes, yet scholars are divided on the question of why regime leaders permit elections in some settings but not in others. We argue that autocrats use subnational elections to co-opt and assuage powerful subnational elites. When subnational elites control significant political resources, such as political machines or ...
Added: October 25, 2014
Oxford Abstracts, 2021
Recovering from Covid: Responsible Management and Reshaping the Economy In 2021, the 35th Conference and 2nd BAM Conference in the Cloud, will critically engage with the socio-economic recovery from the global Covid-19 pandemic. Consumers, producers, frontline workers, managers, businesses, public and third sector organisations all have their own roles and responsibilities in transforming our marketised society for the post-pandemic world. We will critically explore the challenges we all face, aiming to ...
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, , et al., Bingley: Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2019
Everywhere you look, there are signs of the Fourth Industrial Revolution. R&D on leading digital technologies is conducted around the world, exploring novel technologies aimed at cyber-physical systems, such as the Internet of Things (IoT), Blockchain, 3D Printing, Virtual Reality, AI, and many more. With these rapid changes in technology comes social evolution and the ...
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, L.: Palgrave Macmillan, 2015
The number of conflicts in the world is increasing, as well as their intensity and fierceness. We see the trend of unfolding spiral of violence in the world and thus there is a pressing need to assess the underlying reasons of it. Challenges to a secure development of the world stem from political, economic and ...
Added: January 23, 2015
, , Экономика и предпринимательство 2015 № 12-4 С. 962-968
The article presents an analysis of the international and Russian practice of property tax. The purpose of the comparative analysis is the determination of the fiscal potential of real estate in Russia and perspective directions of development of the tax system of the Russian Federation. The results of comparing the share of property taxes in ...
Added: August 29, 2016
, Инновации 2008 № 11 С. 79-82
Nowadays Russian drug market structure is inefficient in terms of high level of branded generic drugs. This requires improvement of policy measures in order to increase the affordability of innovative drugs, both domestic and imported. The paper describes special features of Russian pharmaceutical market and investigates how drug policy instruments affect the commercial market structure, ...
Added: October 3, 2012
Региональная государственная политика по снижению уровня преступности как средство развития экономики
, Казанский экономический вестник 2016 Т. 1 № 2 С. 19-22
The relevance of the subject of this work is determined by the fact that the reduction in crime rate not only affects favorably the situation inside a region, but also shapes its reputation, which is taken into consideration by investors when they choose the region for financial investment. ...
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The development approaches to tourist value propositions of small cities: the case of the Vladimir Region
, , , Worldwide Hospitality and Tourism Themes 2018 Vol. 10 No. 4 P. 498-509
Purpose – This paper aims to analyze the modern approaches to the development of tourist value proposition and to discuss relevant cases of small cities in Russia. Design/methodology/approach – The paper uses a case study approach based on the experience in Vladimir Region with respect to government and its support for tourism development. Findings – ...
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Arbeitsmarktreformen. Eine empirisch-vergleichende Analyse für 16 westeuropäische Länder 1950 bis 2008
, Heidelberg: Universitätsbibliothek der Universität Heidelberg, 2011
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М.: МОНФ, 2010
Монография подготовлена по итогам 10-летней работы виртуальной мастерской «Поиск эффективных институтов для России XXI века». Монография посвящена институциональному анализу трёх основных экономических субъектов постсоветской России: домохозяйств, фирм и государства. Сравниваются эпохи Ельцина и Путина и показывается их единство и различия. Основное внимание уделено анализу нового институционального пространства, механизмам привыкания домохозяйств к рынку; путям становления эффективного ...
Added: May 22, 2013
, , Социологический журнал 2019 Т. 25 № 4 С. 123-141
This article outlines major trends in the development of social semiotics during the last four decades of its existence. The starting point was the interface between functional analysis of the semiotic system of language and the structural interpretation of language as a social system. Their convergence provided the basis for further developing an interdisciplinary domain ...
Added: January 18, 2020
, , Экономическая социология 2021 Т. 22 № 1 С. 11-34
This study is devoted to answering two questions: (1) does individuals’ worries and suffering correlate with the acceptability of corruption for them; (2) does this correlation differ by countries with various levels of corruption? We focus on analyzing the correlation between macro and micro worries with the acceptability of corrupt behavior for individuals. This study ...
Added: February 8, 2021
, Архитектон: известия вузов 2019 № 2
Historically valuable areas can be both an obstacle for and a stimulus of socio-economic growth depending on ability to use and estimate their potential. The existing practice of area development and management is focused on new construction and reconstruction. Transformation effects are assumed to mean cost benefits from the construction of new floor space in ...
Added: November 15, 2019