Основные социально-экономические параметры развития
The collective monograph prepared on the basis of the International Scientific-Practical Conference "Social and economic problems of modernization of contemporary society", organized by the Eurasian international scientific and analytical magazine "Problems of the modern economy", the Center for Problem Analysis and the Governance at the Department of Social Sciences, the Academy of Arts of Sciences, St.Petersburg branch of the National Research University "Higher Scool of Economics" in May 2011 in St.Petersburg.
The seven sections of the monograph presents the results of theoretical and applied research scientists on the main areas of socio-economic modernization of the society at the national, regional, sectoral level and at the level of the firm.The guestions of priority setting, study and formation of goals, objectives and implementation mechanisms of modernization processes of socio-economic system. The ways and means of improving the management of national and regional resources as the basic components of modernization.
Scientific publication is intended for a wide range of researchers and experts in the field of socio-economic processes and governance, as well as employees of vocational education.
The article discusses possibilities of socio-economic development of North-Western Federal okrug and formulates the aims and strategic tasks of this development.
Social and demographic problems of the economic development are examined
Global climate change entails both threats and new opportunities for social and economic development of the Altai-Sayan Ecoregion. Taking into account the scale of climate change forecasted for the ASE, the importance of Altai-Sayan as one of the world’s biodiversity hotspots as well as an important role assigned to the region in strategic plans of Russia’s economic development, the need to develop regional measures of adaptation to both negative and positive impacts of climate change raises no doubts. In particular, climate change is referred to as a new determinant of development and a security challenge to Russia and its regions in such strategic documents as: the RF Environmental Doctrine (2002), the RF Long-Term Social and Economic Development Concept for the period to 2020 (2008), the RF Forest Complex Development Strategy for the period to 2020 (2008), the RF National Security Strategy for the period to 2020 (2009), the RF Climate Doctrine (2009), the Energy Strategy of Russia for the period to 2030 (2009), the RF Food Safety Doctrine (2010) and the Strategy of Social and Economic Development of Siberia for the period to 2020 (2010).