Ch. 6. P. 163-187.
Yakovlev A. A., Ershova N. V., Uvarova O.
Chapter examines models of interaction between business and government of different levels comparing western and eastern parts of Russia on the basis of Russian enterprises survey data. In addition, we analyze the changes in the models of interaction between business and government in Russia comparing the results of two surveys of enterprises that characterize the behavior of enterprises before and after the crisis of 2008–2009.
Arai H., Iwasaki I., Horie N., Michigami M., Tomiyama E., Yakovlev A. A., Ershova N. V., Uvarova O., Shida Y., Sugiura F. 日本 : 日本評論社, 2018
, , Взаимоотношения бизнеса и власти и участие фирм в госзакупках в России: эмпирическое исследование / НИУ ВШЭ. Series WP1 "Институциональные проблемы российской экономики". 2011. No. 03.
In this work, we regard public procurement as an instrument used by the state for indirect support of enterprises. In this context, we have investigated the place that public procurements occupy in the system of relations between the business and the state; whether or not we can regard public procurements as a component in the ...
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, , , in : Proceedings of the XX April International Academic Conference on Economic and Social Development. : M. : Национальный исследовательский университет Высшая школа экономики, 2019. P. 1-4.
The purpose of this paper is to reveal the nature of strategic capabilities on the example of Russian emerging economy. This purpose is fulfilled via a critical revision of the existing literature on emerging markets specifics and is followed by empirical research on six firms in the Russian market in the form of the case ...
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How Has the COVID-19 Pandemic Accelerated E-Commerce in Russia: Evidence from Firm-Level Data with Spatial Factors
, , et al., Economy of Region 2022 Vol. 18 No. 4 P. 988-1002
The retail and wholesale sector has been hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic, leading to a major sector transformation. In this study, we analyse the factors of firm-level e-commerce adoption and expansion in response to the COVID-19 pandemic and pay special attention to the regional level determinants of e-commerce. We use the data provided by the EBRD-EIB-WB Enterprise ...
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, , et al., Вопросы экономики 2016 № 7 С. 123-146
Is it generally true that being an exporter for a firm is associated with a higher productivity? We study the relationship between firms’ export status and their technical efficiency in Russian manufacturing sector in 2004–2013 using the data from the Bureau van Dijk database “Ruslana”. To estimate the exporter status effect we apply two methods, ...
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, , in : Building Strategic Capabilities in Emerging Markets. : Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2020. Ch. 6. P. 124-154.
Russia is the largest country in the world, ranking 9th by population with 146.8 million people living on its territory. Russia contains 30% of the world’s natural resources, making it the most resource-rich country in the world. The Russian economy is 6th in the world in terms of GDP (purchasing power parity), according to the ...
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, , in : The Challenges for Russia's Politicized Economic System. : Оксфорд : Routledge, 2015. P. 59-76.
During the early 2000s the market liberalization reforms to the Russian economy, begun in the 1990s, were consolidated. But since the mid 2000s economic policy has moved into a new phase, characterized by more state intervention with less efficiency and more structural problems. Corruption, weak competitiveness, heavy dependency on energy exports, an unbalanced labour market, ...
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, , Прикладная эконометрика 2013 Т. 32 № 4 С. 71-92
In the paper technical efficiency of Russian plastic and rubber production firms in 2006–2010 is estimated by SFA. It is demonstrated that increasing firm size will cause increase in its efficiency and also there is increasing returns to scale in the sector. This result is robust for various specifications of the production function and SFA ...
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Кто управляет? Сравнительные аспекты взаимодействия государства, бизнеса и общества в дискуссиях российских политологов и специалистов
, Сравнительная политика 2013 № 2 С. 96-101
Статья представляет собой научную рецензию на книгу «Государство, бизнес, общество: теории и российские реалии / под ред. профессора Л.Е. Ильичевой. М.: Аналитик, 2012. 328 с. Как показывает автор, специалисты в дискуссии сосредоточились на линии взаимоотношений государство-бизнес, сведя роль общества к принимающей государственные инновации, (в некоторой мере) инициированные интеерсами бизнеса. Также отмечаются статьи, посвященные отраслевым проблемам современного российского ...
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Российские региональные политические режимы в 1998-2002 гг.: последствия реформы законодательства о банкротстве и акционерных обществах
, , Публичная политика 2017 Т. 2 С. 69-85
Russian regional political regimes are vastly different. The origins of this variation have already been extensively studied. However, one aspect of this problem remained almost completely untouched in the literature, namely the impact of the 1998-2002 redistribution of the business property in the regions spurred by the 1995-1998 bankruptcy and joint-stock company regulation reforms. We ...
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Динамика совокупной факторной производительности и ее компонентов на примере российской отрасли, производящей пластмассовые изделия
, Прикладная эконометрика 2015 Т. 38 № 2 С. 21-40
In this paper we research changes of total factor productivity (TFP) and its components in Russian plastic production sector in 2006–2012 by using DEA. We decompose TFP change into technical change, technical efficiency, scale efficiency, and mix efficiency changes. The dynamics of TFP and its components are slightly different for various quantile groups of firms. ...
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, , , Вопросы экономики 2020 № 3 С. 47-62
The paper analyzes the shifts in government priorities in terms of support of big and medium manufacturing enterprises amid 2008—2009 and 2014—2015 crises. Based on the data of 2009, 2014 and 2018 surveys of Russian manufacturing firms, using logit regressions we identify factors that affect the receipt of financial and organizational support at different levels ...
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Глава 11. Лидеры и аутсайдеры в российской промышленности: динамика и факторы роста эффективности на уровне фирм
, В кн. : Очерки модернизации российской промышленности: поведение фирм. : М. : Издательский дом НИУ ВШЭ, 2014. Гл. 11. С. 240-260.
The chapter focuses on the alternative measures of the relative competitiveness of Russian manufacturing enterprises and on assessing the changes in the distribution of manufacturing firms by those measures between 2005 and 2009. ...
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CONTEXTUALIZING STRATEGIC CAPABILITIES AS DRIVER OF COMPETITIVENESS: COMPARING GLOBAL AND RUSSIAN FIRMS
, , , in : Book of proceedings. 9th International OFEL Conference on Governance, Management and Entrepreneurship. Building Resilient Boards: Facing Emerging Challenges in Corporate Governance 2021. : Zagreb : CIRU – Governance Research and Development Centre, Zagreb, 2021. P. 207-232.
A dynamic business environment and globalization are driving firms to be more flexible and increase their competitiveness. Survival is a business aim challenging firms to grow, change, and develop, triggering increasingly tough new global competition. This paper clarifies the concept of strategic capabilities as a basis for developing firms’ competitiveness by gathering and structuring knowledge ...
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, , in : The Politics of Sub-National Authoritarianism in Russia. : Ashgate, 2010. P. 211-227.
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In Search for a New Social Base or Why the Russian Authorities Are Changing Their Relations with Business
, Russian Analytical Digest 2012 No. 121 P. 10-15
The future of Russia depends on whether the elites can agree on new rules of the game. Russia’s highest offi¬cials recognize that in order to preserve the political regime, it is necessary to change the model of relations with business. However, the lack of correct stimuli for bureaucrats at the middle level continues to be ...
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, , Rivista Italiana di Ragioneria e di Economia Aziendale 2014 Vol. 4-6
In this paper we analyze the impact of financial and non-financial performance of Russian companies on the likelihood of corporate fraud. By constructing a regression model it was proven that the main factor indicating the presence of fraud in the company is an increase of the relationship between Sales General and Administration costs and amount ...
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, , , Журнал институциональных исследований 2017 Т. 9 № 4 С. 16-36
The paper uses the evidence from Russia to analyze the arrangements for interaction between foreign firms and key national partners in the countries of their operations. We identify the main stages and factors that were driving the evolution of the two main channels of collective action for foreign firms in Russia over the last 25 ...
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, , , Economic Systems 2017 Vol. 41 No. March P. 1-4
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, , Pro et Contra 2007 № 11 С. 118-134
To help right the imbalance in attention in between oligarch firms and the rest of the economy, we report results from two original surveys of 500 firms conducted in 2000 and 2007 in eight regions in Russia that explore the business environment for manufacturing and service sectors. We find that the formal and informal rules ...
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, , et al., 日本 : 日本評論社, 2018
Organization and management in Russian companies - Comparative analysis of Eastern and Western regions based on micro data. Contents: Chapter 1: Corporate governance system Chapter 2: Human Resources and Labor Management Chapter 3: Welfare Chapter 4: Marketing Chapter 5: Transportation / Logistics Chapter 6: Business-State relations Chapter 7: Economic sanctions Appendix A: Outline of ERINA company survey Appendix B: Survey results on investment, finance, foreign relations and Far East development ...
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, Прикладная эконометрика 2021 Т. 63 С. 91-116
The paper examines technical efficiency of Russian firms during the period from 2013 to 2018 applying the stochastic production frontier method. The estimates obtained indicate that technical efficiency grows with firm size and declines with its age. While macroeconomic situation deteriorated in 2015–2016, technical efficiency in most industries changed insignificantly. However, the number of industries with a negative trend ...
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Developing Strategic Capabilities of Russian IT Firms as a Key Factor for Increasing their Competitiveness
, , , in : International Research Conference “GSOM Emerging Markets Conference-2020”. : St. Petersburg State University Graduate School of Management, 2020. P. 454-460.
Emerging markets have become a key driver of the global economy, and firms operating in emerging markets are developing into leading global players in different business segments and industries worldwide. The VUCA (Volatile, Uncertain, Complex and Ambiguous) environment requires highly developed firm competitiveness, which explains the interest in this research topic. Russian companies are increasingly ...
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