ISSN: 1994-6937 (print), 2409-4420 (online)

Russian Journal of Entrepreneurship

Peer-rewieved journal. Published in Russian.

Volume 16, Number 8 (April, 2015)

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Brief

Israilova Elima A., Candidate of science, Economics, Associate professor, Doctoral candidate at the Chair of International Economic Relations (Rostov State University of Economics (the Rostov National Economy Institute))

   Russia’s national economic interests and the processes of integration and disintegration in the world economy

1083-1090

The article analyzes the issues of Russia’s achievement of its national economic goals in the world economy which is characterized by integration and disintegration processes.

Sherbakov Stanislav S.,

Postgraduate at the Chair of Credit and Finance; Head of the scientific test laboratory, military unit15644

(Volzhsky Institute of Humanities, a branch of the Volgograd State University)

   Improving the administrative-territorial division of the Russian Federation: economic and political approach

1091-1100

The article deals with the theoretical foundations for the administrative-territorial division (ATD) of the state, its levels and methods of formation. A number of basic requirements for a newly created ADT has been considered. Approaches to improving the ADT in the Russian Federation are analyzed. The author gives recommendations on the formation of enlarged regions based on the principle of economic expediency.

Vegener Rina A., Postgraduate, Chair of Political Economy, Faculty of Economics (Lomonosov Moscow State University)

   The origin and nature of state-monopoly capitalism

1101-1110

The article deals with formation of specific patterns of interactions of monopolistic entities and the state. The author believes that these patterns are a key factor in the success of reforming the economy, and, Consequently, they affect the increase in the rates of economic growth, and have an impact on the effective functioning of the political system. However, the formation of certain patterns of interaction of the monopolies and the state depends on the previous experience of the country’s development, the existing political culture and the already formed social, economic and political structures, which makes it necessary to identify, and draw up a theoretical basis for the laws of transformation of state and monopolies’ relations at their present stage.

Vorobieva Olga A., Candidate of Science, Economics, Associate Professor at the Chair of Analysis, Accounting and Audit (Kurgan State University)

   Historical background: The concept of corporate social responsibility as the theoretical basis for non-financial reporting

1111-1120

The theory and practice of non-financial reporting is increasingly developing. However, in order to understand the underlying causes of the need for forming such an accountability, it is appropriate to trace its theoretical basis. One of the key concepts, that have become such a basis, is the concept of corporate social responsibility. The article examines the main historical landmarks, compares some of the known definitions and key postulates of this theory, and points to the specificity of the current approaches to social responsibility in Russia and abroad.

Kogan Dmitry B., Candidate of Science, Economics, Associate Professor, Chair of Technosphere safety (The Moscow Automobile and Road Construction University)

   Economic bases of safety and security

1121-1128

The author analyzes statutory concepts of security and safety state. The relationship between technical and economic elements of an economic object which form the economic reliability as a basis of security has been studied in this article.

Nemtseva Julia V., Candidate of Science, Economics, Associate professor at the Chair of Finance (Novosibirsk State University of Economics and Management, Novosibirsk Institute of National Economy)
Matveev Artur L., Master’s degree student  (Novosibirsk State University of Economics and Management, Novosibirsk Institute of National Economy)

   Risk-based approach to the management of insurance companies’ investment activities

1129-1144

The article deals with the problems of making investment decisions, taking into account the policies of risk management insurer. The features of forming an investment portfolio and the structure of its management at insurance organizations are demonstrated.  The investment portfolio structure has been optimized with account of the risk factor for providing the company’s competitive advantages in the tariff policy and for achievement of positive financial performance.

Krupnova Tatiana G., Candidate of science, Chemistry, Associate professor, Chair of Ecology and National Resources Management (South Ural State University (National Research University), Chelyabinsk)
Ryazanova Ksenia G., Master’s degree student at the Chair of Ecology and Natural Resources Management (South Ural State University (National Research University), Chelyabinsk)

   The possibilities of applying public-private partnership in realization of regional level environmental projects

1145-1152

The article describes the main possibilities of public-private partnerships in the implementation of the regional level environmental projects.

Sotnikova Elena A.,

Postgraduate of the Chair of Management (part-time studies); accountant and economist at the  Russian Federal Migration Service for the Lipetsk Region 

(Lipetsk State Technical University)
Makarov Ivan N., Candidate of science, Economics, Associate professor at the Chair of Economics and Finance (Lipetsk Branch of the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration)

   Governmental regulation and public-private partnerships: a theoretical approach to the analysis of the impact on mesosystems’ efficiency (evidence from the real estate market as a component of the region’s social infrastructure)

1153-1164

The aim of the conducted research was a theoretical study of the potential effectiveness of public-private partnership “tools” as compared to the measures of economic duress in influencing the sectors of social and “cheap” housing at the regional real estate market. In the course of study, the author has analyzed the evidence and the retrospective results of Russian and foreign research works.

The results of the study include the author’s conclusion according to which using the instruments of public-private partnerships on the regional real estate market is expedient, as well as the development and implementation of a comprehensive program of rural development in the region.

The ideas, conclusions and generalizations of this study can serve as the basis for further theoretical analysis of the problems of managing the real estate market, and for the development of targeted programs for the development of rural areas.

Levushkina Svetlana V., Candidate of Science, Law,  doctoral candidate at the Chair of Economic Theory and Applied Economics (Stavropol State Agrarian University)

   A study of the potential sustainability of small and medium enterprises development

1165-1176

This work is a study of the implementation of targeted programs providing measures of support and development for small and medium enterprises on the example of the Stavropol region. Continuity of activities is the basis of the accepted programs, creating the potential sustainability of the development of small and medium enterprises (SMEs). The necessity for modeling the processes of development of SMEs is proven, given its cyclicality.

Salomatina Marina N., Teaching assistant, Chair of National Economics and Regional Development, Department of Economics (Ryazan State University named for S. A. Yesenin)

   The present condition of the small and medium business sector in Russia

1177-1192

The author reveals the essence of the concept of “entrepreneurship”, the impact of the economic (market) culture on the processes of modernization and the successful development of small businesses in certain regions as compared to other regions.

The article describes the process of small business formation in Russia, highlighting its main stages; it also presents the key indicators that reflect its current status.

The analysis of the existing system and measures for supporting small and medium businesses has been carried out. Based on the research, the key factors adversely affecting the development of small and medium entrepreneurship have been pointed out.

Mukhina Inna V., Candidate of science, Economics, Associate professor at the Chair of Management and Logistics (Business Development and Strategy Institute of the Yuri Gagarin State Technical University of Saratov)

   Analysis of the investment activity of microenterprise entities

1193-1198

The article analyzes the investment activities of micro-enterprises, revealing problems of domestic microenterprises and suggesting ways for their solution.

Muradyan Asya A., Postgraduate at the Chair of Credit and Finance (East Siberia State University of Technology and Management, Ulan-Ude)

   Conditions and resources for small business development in the Republic of Buryatia

1199-1210

This article deals with the conditions and resources for small business development in various regions – evidence from the Republic of Buryatia. Today, it is especially important because the development of small businesses is vital to the Russian economy. Fluctuations in oil prices, the sanctions on behalf of certain Western countries, and the resulting inflation growth, as well as ruble depreciation have proved the instability of a commodity-based economy. Under these conditions, with an actually failed program of economic modernization, the need to attract resources for the greater use of scientific and industrial potential and for small business development is especially acute. The work describes the effect of climatic, political and socio-economic conditions of small businesses, and determines human and financial resources needed for its development.

Zhemerekina Julia I., Candidate of science, Psycology, Associate professor at the Chair of Psycology and Pedagogy (Moscow State Technical University of Radio Engineering, Electronics and Automation)
Zhemerekin Oleg I., Postgraduate (Academy of Public Administration, Zheleoznodorozhny)

   Social and psychological aspects of the informal sector of the russian economy

1211-1218

This article presents the main characteristics of the term “competition”. The basic types of competition occurring in modern society are described. The psychological structure of the competition is also given. The article presents the concept of informal economy, and describes its structure and factors of development.

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