ISSN: 2541-7681 (print)

Shadow Economy

Peer-rewieved journal. Published in Russian.

Volume 2, Number 3 (July-September 2018)

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Prezhebylskaya Ekaterina Albertovna, (Committee on Science and Vocational Education – Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Buryatia)

 Forecast of the total number and structure of the population of St. Petersburg until 2030, including the categories of priority food supply

79-87

In this work the forecast of food supply of the population of St. Petersburg is made. The structure of the population by the main age groups is determined. Three scenarios of the city development are considered, such as: conservative, moderately optimistic and innovative.

Kaybalina Natalya Barambaevna, (LLC “Taseevskoye”)

 Competitiveness and shadow economic relations

89-103

The article considers the approaches of studying the phenomenon of “shadow economy”. The existing problems of studying the influence of the shadow economy on the national economy are shown. The positive aspects of the economic function of the shadow economy are revealed. The scale of distribution of the shadow sector in the context of regions is revealed. A working hypothesis about the existence of a positive relationship between the amount of funds involved in the informal sector of the economy and the competitiveness of the region is put forward.

Glotov Valeriy Vasilevich, (Transbaikal State University)

 The reasons hindering the development of small-scale non-industrial gold-bearing placers

105-114

The current state of illegal gold mining from small-scale non-industrial gold-bearing placers, as well as the reasons preventing the resolution of this important national economic problem are considered. Russia has a rich historical experience of gold mining by private individuals, which undoubtedly affected the replenishment of the country\’s gold reserves, contributed to the increase in employment, provided a quite acceptable standard of living. Modern conditions are such that the ban on freehold leads to the theft of gold, the Treasury does not have income, and law enforcement officers have big problems. It is possible to solve the problem by changing the existing laws, using unconventional methods of developing small-scale non-industrial gold deposits. All above mentioned will give an opportunity to create new well-paid jobs, to get significant socio-economic benefits, and the extracted gold will go to the state Treasury, and not to criminal structures.

Staroverova Irina Vladimirovna, (Legal protection of intellectual property; State University of Land Management)
Vartanova Marina Lvovna, (The Institution of Russian Academy of Sciences the Institute of Socio-Political Research RAS)

 Why the fruits of scientific and technical intelligence are not available for the agricultural production of the Russian Federation?

115-124

The article deals with the problems of why in the period of various (neo)liberal transformations, and in particular of the 54 macrotechnologies that determined the world’s scientific and technological progress, every third was Soviet. However, at present, the Russian leadership is partially preserved only in aerospace, nuclear power, energy engineering and special metallurgy.

Kozhaev Yuriy Petrovich, (Plekhanov Russian University of Economics)

 Review of the monograph by Byzov A.Yu., Byzova O.M. “Historical experience of formation and development of state control in Russia»

125-127

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