Разработка мероприятий по реализации стратегии модернизации монопрофильных городов
Large-scale financial crisis, which led to a partial or absolute suspension of the core enterprises in 2008-2009 . Violated the livelihoods of many towns, of which 24% is concentrated in the urban population of the country. Taking into account the importance of this problem , it should be noted that the toolkit , as well as strategic and tactical methods of its solutions do not have sufficient economic justification.
In solving the problems of one-company towns are closely related aspects such as social policy , the prospects for the development of small towns , the social responsibility of business , diversification of the economy and innovation. In the single-industry cities, which make up 14% of total urban population of some 35 million people . According to the Institute of Regional Development of about 500 single-industry towns need support , and there are cities that are not formally come under the status of " one-industry town ," but are in the same risk.
More and more researchers devote their work problems of company towns not solely from an economic point of view, but with the social and environmental ¬ Hoc .
The need to address the problem of single-industry towns in Russia is due to the following reasons :
• a significant proportion of company towns are not in a state of crisis ( do not fit the definition ) ;
• single-industry towns that are in a state of crisis there is an increase the number of social problems;
• improving the quality of life in mono depends on the optimization of the distribution of the productive forces of Russia , the socio -economic development of its members.
Industry specific specialization of cities had and continues to have a significant impact on the development of the world economy . Analyzing the experience of other countries, it can be seen that provided a consistent and comprehensive program of action to modernize the company towns may in a few years to make a breakthrough .
Hi-tech innovative alliances tend to have more key sustainable competitive advantages in comparison with those out of alliance, especially because alliances allow the companies to switch through the partners the financial burdens and intellectual investments in innovations. BRIC make an important input into Gross World Production and its hi-tech industries grow faster than others over developing countries. However companies of these industries still lack internal resources of innovative and technological facilities, e.g. Russian companies, because of that alliances (usually, international anв transnational) acquire more and more popularity. Alliances give the access towards resources and competences of the direct and indirect partners. The paper describes the empirical evidence of alliances efficiency factors and its influence on the high-tech companies of India and China. This evidence can be replicable to some extent and useful to the development of Russian companies. According to the testing results it is possible to assume, that efficiency of alliances has the significant impact on the corporate value in the mid-term. The crisis has significant impact on the observable dependencies.
The Asia-Pacific region is of growing importance for both the United States and Russia, each of which seeks to “pivot” or “rebalance” its global commitments toward Asia. Yet the focus of U.S.-Russia relations remains on Europe and the former Soviet Union, and neither country has paid sufficient attention to the implications of their respective Asian pivots for the bilateral relationship. Since U.S.-Russia relations in Asia and the Pacific remain underdeveloped, the region holds the potential to act as a sort of laboratory for trying out new mechanisms for bilateral and multilateral cooperation.
Both countries are turning to Asia primarily to benefit from Asia’s economic dynamism. At the same time, they recognize that Asia’s growth is imperiled by a range of traditional and nontraditional security threats, from the nuclear-tipped standoff on the Korean Peninsula to territorial disputes in the East China Sea and South China Sea to terrorism, climate change, migration, and other transnational challenges. Among the most important drivers of change in Asia is the continued rise of China, which is in different ways a critical partner for both Washington and Moscow.
Because Asia’s economic and security landscape remains in flux and the legacies of mistrust hanging over U.S.-Russia relations in Europe are less pronounced, Moscow and Washington have an opportunity to build more effective forms of cooperation from the ground up. This will require efforts from both sides. The United States must reconcile cooperation with Russia with its existing commitments, including long-standing alliance relationships and growing security cooperation with several states in the region. Russia’s challenge lies mainly in convincing states and regional institutions that it is an important player in the region—which in turn requires it to more fully integrate Siberia and the Russian Far East into Asia’s regional economy—and more than a regional satellite of China.
In contrast to the internationally wide-spread stereotype of Russia as a revisionist power in the High North, this book argues that Moscow tries to pursue a double-sided strategy in the region. On the one hand, Russia aims at defending her legitimate economic interests in the region. On the other hand, Moscow is open to co-operation with foreign partners that are willing to partake in exploiting the Arctic natural resources. The general conclusion is that in the foreseeable future Moscow’s strategy in the region will be predictable and pragmatic rather than aggressive or spontaneous. The authors argue that in order to consolidate the soft power pattern of Russia’s behavior a proper international environment in the Arctic should be created by common efforts. Other regional players should demonstrate their responsibility and willingness to solve existing and potential problems on the basis of international law.
Large-scale financial crisis, which led to a partial or absolute suspension of the core enterprises in 2008-2009 . Violated livelihoods set towns, of which 24% is concentrated in the country's urban population . Taking into account the importance of this problem , it should be noted that the toolkit , as well as strategies and tactics of its decisions do not have sufficient economic justification. In addressing monocities closely interrelated aspects such as social policy , the prospects for development of small towns , the social responsibility of business , diversification of the economy and innovation. In the single-industry cities, which account for 14 % of total urban population of some 35 million people . According to the Institute for Regional Development 500 monotowns support required , and there are cities that are not formally come under the status of " towns" , but are in the same risk. More and more researchers devote their work problems of development company towns not solely from an economic point of view, but from a social and environmental . Need to address the development of single-industry towns in Russia is due to the following reasons : a significant proportion of company towns are not in a state of crisis (not fit the definition ); in mono , in critical condition , an increase the number of social problems; improving the quality of life in mono depends on optimizing the allocation of productive forces in Russia , the socio- economic development of its subjects. A sectoral specialization of cities had and continues to have a significant influence on the development of the world economy . Analyzing the experience of other countries , you will notice that provided a consistent and comprehensive program of action to modernize monocities possible for several years to make a breakthrough .
The article deals with the relationship of business and government through the various aspects of the conflict interaction. The author analyses border state of relationship between business and power, factors and possible solutions of conflict situations. The author makes an assumption that development of social relations in general can lead to transformation of inefficient system of relationships between business and power.
Draw particular attention to the environment , to protect nature and less to interfere with its vital functions - under these slogans will be held in 2013 . Decree of the President of the Russian Federation it is declared "Year of Environment ." In this regard , there is growing interest to the environmental situation , which is exploring , special emphasis is placed on the problems single-industry towns . Life in mono , and 333 of them in Russia , as already mentioned , depends on one or two companies . All of them during the crisis have come under particular hit . Thanks to government support have managed to create about 60,000 permanent and 190,000 temporary jobs . But generally favorable background unemployment situation is alarming in mono , Vladimir Putin acknowledged . Throughout the country, unemployment is minimal. The registered unemployment rate as of October 1 has averaged 1.3 percent , the overall ILO methodology - 5.2 percent . Compared with the beginning of the year , the registered unemployed become less - not 1.3 million people , and already 1,022 million in company towns , this figure is also reduced , however there now unemployed 104.2 thousand. In 144 monotowns unemployed more than the Russian average . In 44 - in two or more times , and in 14 localities registered unemployment rate exceeded 4 percent .  Considering the Russian company towns , which include Naberezhnye Chelny , Magnitogorsk , Togliatti, deserves special attention Viksa city where Vyksa Steel Works (VSW ) is the main enterprise . According to information obtained from the official website of the urban district administration Viksa , the city's population at 10 March 2013. is fifty-eight thousand six hundred thirty-five people. According to reports , VSW , the average number of employees in 2012. - Twelve thousand two hundred fifty-one people, representing almost 21 % of the total population of the city Viksa . Payroll - 4565928300 rubles, thus , the average salary is 31,058 rubles, which is 50 % higher than the average monthly wage in the Nizhny Novgorod region , and 10% higher than in Russia . 
The purpose of the paper is to acquire a better understanding of the impact that inter-firm relationships exert on the survivability of Russian firms in the uncertain conditions of crisis and on the firm’s ability to innovate. Based on survey data gained from Russian CEOs in 2010, the paper discusses developments in the Russian market caused by the global crisis. The research contributes to clarifying the role of inter-firm collaboration in the strategy of Russian companies.
It is shown in the article, that adjustment of actions on implementing logistic functions or logistic business processes inside the company is the base for intrafunctional logistic coordination in the company, allowing to increase efficiency and fecundity of company`s operation as a whole. Logistic coordination is essential part of all functions of managerial activity: planning, motivation and control, as well as connecting them processes of communication and decision-making.
Providing efficient promotion of material flows in network of distribution requires interorganizational logistic coordination, touching adjusting in the work of all participants of integrated logistic system (or supply chain). The most efficient methods of attaining intrafunctional coordination in distributing network of trade company are viewed.
Special attention in the article is devoted to organization of effective interaction between logistics and marketing.