Стратегическое планирование как фактор развития геопространства
The article addresses the role of strategic planning as an element of institutional environment of geospace. The literature review suggests definitions of geospace, its characteristics and key components, which include strategic planning institution as a part of institutional sphere, which in turn acts as an element of antroposphere. The analytical part presents an overview of the federal law #172, issued 28/06/2014 “On strategic planning in Russian Federation”. The practical contribution concerns the institutionalisation of strategic planning as a factor of management of geospace development at the regional level.
Издава се в рамките на проект на ИНИ № К1-2015 "билейна международна научно-практическа конференция, посветена на 60-годишнината на катедра "Стратегическо планиране" на тема "Европейски практики и национални рефлексии в планирането" със средства от държавната субсидия за научна дейност на СА "Д.А. Ценов", съгласно Наредба №9 от 08.08.2003 г.
This work is an attempt to explain an enigma of the Russian economy's debarterization which took place in the beginning of the XXI century in the context of institutional-and-macroeconomic analysis of the structure of payments' system. This system is treated as the important part of an institutional environment. Debarterization is explained by a combination of long economic expansion, increasing «money supply/GDP» ratio and growing credit activity of the banks, and also administrative and tax pressing of the government. Nevertheless, the Russian payments' system is basically different from the Western one. The main measured differences are low «money supply/GDP» ratio, high «cash money/total money supply» ratio, an absence of M3 and M4 aggregates. The main causes of this underdevelopment of the payments' system are ineffective enforcement of the contracts by the state, high administrative barriers to entry, a lack of mutual trust, big shadow sector. The main consequences are narrow possibilities for financing both expensive (and long-lived) investment projects and innovative activity.
The paper analyzes the classical and neoclassical assumptions concerning the effect of the natural and the institutional environments on the comparative welfare of various countries. The distinction is considered between the preindustrial and industrial societies as to their natural and institutional conditions.
The paper presents an approach to quantitative estimation of socio-economic benefits from oil extraction (in the US). The approach explicitly distinguishes the contribution of non-institutional and institutional factors. Calculations show that in the United States the influence and dynamics of institutional factors are related to steady deterioration of natural conditions of oil extraction. In general, the US resource regime can be called stimulating, as is evidenced by a small proportion of adverse effects due to preservation of residual oil.
Book of abstracts of 13th International May Conference on Strategic Management – IMKSM17
The question was raised about methods of empirical verification for various technologies of strategic planning on the local level. The preliminary results of the case studies were examined that described the long-term consequences of strategic planning on the municipal level. The strong connection between the influence of the strategic plan on socio-economic development and the stability of the authority was shown.