• I. Sokolov, S. Belev, A. Deryugin, E. Leonov, K. Vekerle
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 3

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    The relevance: during the period 2000–2020 in the Russian Federation, there were serious changes in terms of taxation. An assessment of the tax burden on individuals [...]

  • V. Akimova, A. Voloshinskaya, N. Moskvitina, V. Komarov
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 2

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    Relevance of the research: at the present time, a new round of competitive technological race, spurred on by the United States and China, is clearly visible. Even today, the [...]

  • A. Bozhechkova, U. Dzhunkeev, P. Trunin, I. Yakovleva
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 1

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    Under the conditions of the inflation targeting regime, monetary policy decisions have an impact on the economy through the financial sector. Given the significant dependence [...]

  • M. Morozov, L. Pribytkova
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 253

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    Currently, there is a growing need to develop unified analytical approaches and methodological solutions for a thorough and complete assessment of the state of the civil service. [...]

  • M. Morozov, L. Pribytkova, S. Martynova, O. Karlova
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 252

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    The unified system is the basic state information resource in the field of civil service management. However, the capabilities of the Unified System outside the functionality [...]

  • I. Grishina, A. Shkuropat, A. Kotov, A. Filatov
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 251

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    The relevance of the work undertaken in RANEPA in 2022 is due to the fact that the national goals of socio-economic development of Russia for the period up to 2030, defined [...]

  • V. Kosarev, A. Makarov, Y. Pleskachev, Y. Ponomarev, M. Saprykin, K. Rostislav
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 250

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    National development goals achievability analysis, as well as the impact of national projects on the achievement of these goals, has been conducted on an ongoing basis since [...]

  • A. Knobel, Y. Zaytsev, V. Sedalishchev, K. Bagdasaryan, D. Kuznetsov, V. Besov, V. Yeremin
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 249

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    Improving the efficiency of firms is one of the most important factors in economic growth. There are studies pointing to a possible increase in the productivity of firms as [...]

  • A. Levashenko, A. Koval
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 248

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    The subject of the research work is legal relations in the fields of regulation of datacirculation; of the use of disruptive digital technologies (for example, blockchain, [...]

  • T. Lanshina
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 247

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    The paper analyzes how the geopolitical events of 2022 influenced plans for the energy transition in the EU, and how they affected the development of the renewable energy [...]

  • G. Balandina
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 246

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    This paper analyzes the most important tools of modern customs administration: authorized economic operator, customs audit, financial guarantees for payment of customs duties. [...]

  • E. Chipurenko, T. Lisitskaya
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 245

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    The subject of the study is the procedure for financial accounting and audit of digital assets, which in recent years have become significant distribution as objects of current [...]

  • N. Yaskova, L. Zaytseva
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 244

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    Features of the of construction projects implementation sphere (especially in a crisis period associated with force majeure) require the development and implementation of [...]

  • D. Evdokimov, Y. Pleskachev, Y. Ponomarev, D. Salimova
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 243

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    The processes of population concentration in Russian cities lead to a decrease in the population in certain territories, the depopulation of rural settlements and in some [...]

  • A. Voloshinskaya, V. Akimova, V. Komarov
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 242

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    Relevance of the research: modern urban planning policy in Russia creates significant risks in the long term, which include spatially inefficient urban zoning, an increase [...]

  • A. Vedev, A. Silchuk, K. Tuzov, M. Kovaleva, V. Eremkin
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 241

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    The relevance of the topic is due to the fact that the sharp changes in the sectors of the economy caused by the coronavirus pandemic have affected all existing forecasts [...]

  • A. Nikulin, V. Vinogradsky, O. Vinogradskaya, I. Trotsuk
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 240

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    The relevance of the study is determined by the fact that suburban agricultural enterprises are becoming innovative ‘locomotives’ of rural development and form [...]

  • S. Kovalev, E. Yashina, K. Lukichev, P. Turzin, A. Generalov, A. Evseev
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 239

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    The relevance of the study is due to the need for intensive implementation of innovative projects in the field of high-tech medicine and biotechnology, the formed demand from [...]

  • K. Borzykh, Y. Ponomarev, I. Tylkin
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 238

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    The problem of differentiation of HEIs by quality of educational, research and international activities and, as a consequence, of regional educational systems is relevant [...]

  • K. Kasyanova
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 237

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    The Russian wholesale electricity market is divided into two price zones: the European (first) price zone and the Siberian (second) price zone. The pricing mechanisms in the [...]

  • A. Zhemkova
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 236

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    The paper assesses the impact of the COVID-19 spread and measures of government support on the firms' productivity dynamics, its sectoral and regional heterogeneity. The [...]

  • O. Grechkina, L. Dushakova, O. Shmaliy
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 235

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    Currently, the issues of providing socially significant services in general have quite extensive regulation, based, among other things, on a significant volume of strategic [...]

  • N. Kurakova, O. Eremchenko, V. Zinov, F. Kurakov
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 234

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    The relevance of research is determined by the insufficient elaboration of the theoretical justification and methodological approaches to the analysis of the most dynamically [...]

  • O. Mozgovaya, B. Phain, O. Tyomnaya, V. Kuznetsov
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 233

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    This paper has prepared as result of scientific research ‘The research of sales markups’ comparative method regulation effects for default electricity supplier’s [...]

  • K. Rostislav, Y. Ponomarev, D. Radchenko
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 232

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    The development of agglomerations in Russia is a priority of spatial policy. To enhance agglomeration effects and accelerate the growth of the Russian economy it is necessary [...]

  • N. Korol
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 231

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    The task of increasing the effectiveness of economic policy and identifying the reasons for the success or failure of reforms, in particular in the field of sectoral regulation, [...]

  • V. Yuzhakov, E. Dobrolyubova, A. Efremov
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 230

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    The relevance of the study relates to the context of increasing use of government-regulated, initiated, conducted or supported by government experiments, there is a need to [...]

  • E. Chernyakova, E. Yastrebova, L. Aslapovskaya
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 229

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    Deepening digitalization leads to increasing involvement of people in pastimes and activities on various platforms, and, accordingly, a significant increase in the income [...]

  • E. Talapina, V. Yuzhakov, A. Efremov, D. Koziar, I. Chereshneva
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 228

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    Ensuring fundamental human rights is a constitutional duty of the Russian state. In digital age the risks of human rights violations are increasing, which is gained newfound [...]

  • V. Yuzhakov, E. Talapina, I. Chereshneva
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 227

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    Nowadays none country in the world has developed a holistic regulatory approach to regulation of artificial intelligence use. Meanwhile, in the digital landscape the risks [...]

  • N. Svetlov, D. Ternovsky, V. Uzun, N. Shagaida, A. Potapova, E. Shishkina
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 226

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    The current stage of regulation of the domestic market of agricultural products using foreign trade restrictions, associated with the growth of world food prices in 2020-2022 [...]

  • V. Gromov
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 225

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    Topical issues of the Russian state tax policy are referred to reducing administrative burden and increasing tax collection by means of information technologies being combined [...]

  • D. Zemlyanskiy, V. Chuzhenkova, A. Abdullaev, L. Kalinovskiy, D. Medvednikova
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 224

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    The research work is devoted to the comprehensive monitoring of the socio-economic development of the Russian Federation regions for 9 months of 2022. The relevance and practical [...]

  • E. Lomteva
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 223

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    Introduction. The relevance of the study of this problem is due to the growing burden on the secondary vocational education system, namely the increase in the number of graduates [...]

  • D. Mikhel
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 222

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    The rise of public health care in Germany was part of a modernization process, the first product of which was the state. As part of the cameralist policy of encouraging population [...]

  • A. Firanchuk
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 221

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    The aim of the work is an empirical analysis of the ruble exchange rate pass-through into prices under reorientation of imports to suppliers from neutral countries due to [...]

  • D. Kuznetsov
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 220

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    The presented paper empirically accesses the determinants of invoice currency choice by Russian exporters. The relevance of the work is dictated by the sanctions imposed against [...]

  • A. Zubarev, M. Kirillova
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 219

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    The purpose of this research is to analyze the impact of external shocks on the Russian economy and build forecasts for the dynamic of Russian macroeconomic variables within [...]

  • A. Knobel, K. Bagdasaryan, Y. Zaytsev, V. Sedalishchev, A. Firanchuk, M. Baeva, M. Kazaryan, D. Kuznetsov
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 218

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    The first part of the research studies theoretical approaches, models and factors in determining the structural transformation of the world economy and presents some empirical [...]

  • V. Eremin, V. Sedalishchev
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 217

    Abstract
    Inevitably, non-tariff barriers (NTBs) that exist in trade between countries generate rents associated with them, which can either be distributed in some ratio between trading [...]

  • . I.Grishina, A. Polynev, A. Filatov
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 216

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    The relevance of the work is justified by the fact that it is devoted to the rapidly developing sector of the economy associated with the needs of the older generation. The [...]

  • E. Astafyeva, M. Turuntseva
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 215

    Abstract
    Currently, combining forecasts is considered as the easiest way to improve the quality of forecasting compared to individual models. The purpose of this work is to test the [...]

  • E. Kurozumi, A. Skrobotov
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 214

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    In this study, we consider a four-regime bubble model under the assumption of timevarying volatility and propose an algorithm of estimating the break dates with volatility [...]

  • K. Rostislav, D. Evdokimov
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 213

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    The main theoretical and empirical approaches to modeling the interaction between socioeconomic indicators and anthropogenic load on the environment are considered. The most [...]

  • K. Rostislav, D. Rusakov, M. Saprykin
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 212

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    The paper presents a brief review of some aspects of existing theoretical and empirical research on transportation and transport networks development problems. Despite the [...]

  • V. Lyashok, N. Mkrtchyan, Y. Florinskaya
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 211

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    The outflow of the population of young working age from the regions of the Far East and the Far North is a serious constraint on the economic and social development of these [...]

  • A. Voloshinskaya, D. Gertsovsky, S. Zemtsov, M. Ivanova, R. Semenova
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 210

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    Relevance of the research: In economics, a variety of approaches are used to study local entrepreneurial ecosystems from statistical methods to network analysis, which allow [...]

  • S. Zemtsov, M. Ivanova, A. Mikhailov, R. Semenova, A. Voloshinskaya, D. Gertsovsky, V. Komarov
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 209

    Abstract
    Sanctions pressure, disruption of production chains leads to crisis phenomena in the Russian economy in the context of most regions. For both federal and regional authorities, [...]

  • V. Klimanov, E. Timushev
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 208

    Abstract
    The relevance of identifying the main trends in the system of powers legally assigned to the subjects of the Russian Federation is due to the lack of relevant work for more [...]

  • V. Blinov, A. Satdykov, L. Kurteeva, Z. Dulaeva
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 207

    Abstract
    The main aim of international comparative studies is to identify trends in the functioning and development of vocational education and training systems, to describe institutional [...]

  • V. Ustyuzhanin, Y. Zinkina, A. Korotaev, V. Arkhangelsky, I. Efremov, D. Pustovalov, K. Novikov
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 206

    Abstract
    Relevance. The issue of convergence/divergence of value systems remains debatable, and the expectation that, as they develop, the countries of the semi-periphery and periphery [...]

  • V. Ustyuzhanin, Y. Zinkina, A. Korotaev, V. Arkhangelsky, I. Efremov, D. Pustovalov, K. Novikov
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 205

    Abstract
    Relevance. The relevance of “non-Western” associations of states, such as BRICS, is rapidly increasing as the global world order is in transit to multipolarity, [...]

  • G. Golub, V. Prudnikova, I. Fishman, L. Fishman
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 204

    Abstract
    The relevance of the research is determined by the increasing importance of professional qualities of an individual, ensuring quick and successful labor adaptation, in connection [...]

  • K. Bagdasaryan, M. Baeva, Y. Zaitsev, A. Knobel, A. Loschenkova
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 203

    Abstract
    The statistics on foreign direct investment (FDI) for 2017 published in early April by the Central Bank of Russia shows a change in the dynamics of an increase in FDI inflows [...]

  • A. Knobel, Y. Zaytsev, D. Kuznetsov
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 202

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    This working paper is devoted to identifying patterns of spatial and sectoral distribution of foreign direct investment enterprises in the Russian Federation and to developing [...]

  • V. Potashnikov, P. Levakov
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 201

    Abstract
    Currently many sectors of the Russian economy, including the fuel and energy sector, are undergoing structural changes. This is due both to the energy transformation (a significant [...]

  • M. Shapor
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 200

    Abstract
    The final part of the presented study, which consisted of four parts, is devoted to assessing the consequences of the economic inequality of countries, including those dependent [...]

  • E. Lomteva, L. Bedareva
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 199

    Abstract
    Social and economic changes resulted in a transformation of youth’ values: the attitude towards higher education, granting both social status and, consequently, privileges [...]

  • V. Uzun, N. Shagaida, D. Ternovskiy, A. Potapova, E. Shishkina
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 198

    Abstract
    The relevance of the topic - assessing the level of economic access to food - remains poorly developed in Russia. This study aims to fill this gap within the framework of [...]

  • I. Sheburakov, O. Sheburakova, L. Tatarinova
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 197

    Abstract
    The relevance of the research is due to the need to form a system of personnel audit in the civil service through the application of a unified methodology using the capabilities [...]

  • A. Deryabin, A. Popov
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 196

    Abstract
    The study examines the practices of teaching data literacy for adolescents. The intersections of data literacy with statistical literacy, quantitative thinking, computational [...]

  • M. Shapor
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 195

    Abstract
    As part of the presented literature review, foreign and Russian experience in using microeconomic data to model the household consumption function using various types of models [...]

  • D. Mikhailov
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 194

    Abstract
    During the last decade a lot of academic papers consider the possibility of predicting the economic fluctuations and macroeconomic variables volatility with the use of news [...]

  • M. Shapor
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 193

    Abstract
    In the presented work, various aspects and methods for conducting a quantitative assessment of the relationship between income inequality and the level of institutionalization [...]

  • M. Shapor
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 192

    Abstract
    This section of the work is devoted to the analysis of the relationship between inequality and economic growth in countries with a high dependence on oil exports. In this [...]

  • M. Shapor
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 191

    Abstract
    This section of the present study analyzes current trends and problems of income inequality. It should be noted that the studies structurally analyzed in the work were divided [...]

  • I. Popova
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 190

    Abstract
    This paper studies Indonesia’s climate policy and its transformation in the context of the geopolitical and economic crisis. Indonesia is one of the world's fastest [...]

  • S. Alasheev, T. Kuteinitsyna, N. Postalyuk, V. Prudnikova, E. Reprintseva
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 189

    Abstract
    The relevance of the study is determined by the current Russian agenda in the field of personnel advanced training and retraining in connection with the change in technological [...]

  • A. Pokida, N. Zybunovskaya
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 188

    Abstract
    The scientific report presents a study conducted by the Research Center for Socio-Political Monitoring of the Institute of Social Sciences of the RANEPA. The relevance of [...]

  • V. Barinova, K. Demidova, P. Levakov, F. Petrosyan
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 187

    Abstract
    The current frequency of crises and the increasing risks to the sustainable development of regions around the world create a need for significant research on this issue. The [...]

  • I. Popova
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 186

    Abstract
    The relevance of the study we determine the need to study pedagogical support as a factor that can have a significant impact on the formation of conditions for the development [...]

  • M. Larionova, A. Shelepov
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 185

    Abstract
    The working paper studies the problems of digital platforms regulation related to consumer protection, countering anti-competitive practices, designing preventive (ex-ante) [...]

  • V. Blinov, S. Osadcheva, L. Kurteeva, Z. Dulaeva
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 184

    Abstract
    The aim of a study on the legal and regulatory framework for the retargeting of industrial production to diverse equipment and technologies is to identifying the stages and [...]

  • V. Barinova, P. Levakov
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 183

    Abstract
    The small and medium-sized businesses (SMEs) are the most vulnerable in times of crisis due to their scarce resources: financial, human, information etc., that is why the [...]

  • V. Blinov, I. Sergeev, E. Esenina, A. Satdykov, Z. Dulaeva
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 182

    Abstract
    Sanctions and import substitution processes in Russian enterprises have changed not only the catalogue of equipment used but, in many cases, even technological processes. [...]

  • N. Tarasova, I. Pastukhova, A. Kazakov
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 181

    Abstract
    Relevance. The general trends and consequences of digital transformation have touched all levels of the education system, manifested in the creation of a digital educational [...]

  • K. Nesterova, A. Maigur, D. Sugaipov, A. Shumilov
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 180

    Abstract
    The Russian economy has been operating under sanctions pressure in recent years. And there are risks of further strengthening of sanctions pressure both from the restriction [...]

  • V. Blinov, A. Satdykov, S. Osadcheva, L. Kurteeva, Z. Dulaeva
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 179

    Abstract
    The uneven socio-economic development of the subjects of the Russian Federation has a significant impact on the modernization of secondary vocational education and vocational [...]

  • V. Sedalishchev, V. Eremin
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 178

    Abstract
    Over the past century, as one of the main trends in international trade, one should note the noticeable liberalization of trade throughout the world, this trend is still widely [...]

  • A. Zaytsev
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 177

    Abstract
    In this paper, we consider the problem of finding long-term equilibria in models of overlapping generations with a large number of periods. It is often possible to reduce the [...]

  • D. Sugaipov
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 176

    Abstract
    The regions of the Russian Federation are characterized by a strong differentiation of both the level of income and the level of emissions of pollutants into the atmosphere. [...]

  • D. Sugaipov
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 175

    Abstract
    This paper systematizes the experience of empirical research on news shocks, in particular on models of vector autoregressions, as well as dynamic stochastic models of general [...]

  • L. Tadzhibaeva
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 174

    Abstract
    The model proposed in this paper is a modification of the second-order autoregressive process with the addition of an external variable that allows taking into account the [...]

  • M. Kazakova
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 173

    Abstract
    Economic science considers human capital as a fundamental factor that stimulates the accumulation of productive capital and, accordingly, has a positive effect on economic [...]

  • E. Malikova
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 172

    Abstract
    This paper reviews the literature devoted to the analysis of cointegrated time series in the economy, where the parameters of cointegration vary over time. The main studies [...]

  • R. Ibragimov, P. Kattuman, A. Skrobotov
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 171

    Abstract
    Empirical analyses on income and wealth inequality and those in other fields in economics and finance often face the difficulty that the data is heterogeneous, heavy-tailed [...]

  • M. Larionova
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 170

    Abstract
    The working paper studies the approaches of the digital economy leaders (the US, the EU and China) to data governance and approaches they promote in international institutions. [...]

  • A. Pakhomov, K. Bagdasaryan
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 169

    Abstract
    Due to the changes in the geo-economic situation at the beginning of 2022, the focus of this research is shifted from the general analysis of foreign trade strategies of foreign [...]

  • A. Nikulin, A. Kurakin, I. Trotsuk
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 168

    Abstract
    The relevance of the food superpower study is determined not only by the scientific interest of agrarian economics, sociology or history, but, primarily, by the tasks of agricultural [...]

  • A. Knobel, Y. Zaytsev, K. Bagdasaryan, M. Baeva, N. Volovik, V. Sedalishchev, M. Kazaryan, D. Kuznetsov, D. Mirakyan
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 167

    Abstract
    The relevance of the study is determined by the need to fill a gap in academic and practical research on the effects of infrastructure projects on the economic development [...]

  • A. Levashenko, I. Ermokhin
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 166

    Abstract
    The paper analyzes the regulation of the green finance market in Russia and in the world, and also formulates proposals for the development of regulation in order to improve [...]

  • A. Knobel, A. Abroskin, N. Abroskina, K. Bagdasaryan, Y. Zaytsev, V. Zyamalov, V. Sedalishchev, M. Turuntseva
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 165

    Abstract
    An inclusion of non-market goods and services which are core to the digital economy in the system of economic circulation affects the basic socio-economic indicators both [...]

  • A. Strokov, V. Potashnikov, A. Potapova, E. Shishkina
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 164

    Abstract
    The relevance of the study is determined by the need to analyze the consequences of monocultures in crop production in the regions of Russia, not only from an economic point [...]

  • A. Zubarev, K. Shilov
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 163

    Abstract
    The field of cryptocurrencies has been in existence and dynamically developing for over 14 years. Each year sees the advent of new cryptocurrencies, with their total count [...]

  • K. Shilov, A. Zubarev
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 162

    Abstract
    In this study, we analyse whether such inner features of Ethereum blockchain as creation of smart contracts and decentralized applications influence in any way the price dynamics [...]

  • M. Kazakova
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 161

    Abstract
    The progressive tax system is a tax structure in which the tax rate increases as the taxpayer's income level increases. This means that people with higher incomes pay [...]

  • . A.Gorodnov
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 160

    Abstract
    This paper is devoted to the estimation of the Phillips curve for small open economies with the inclusion of the expected change in the real exchange rate of the ruble. The [...]

  • A. Vedev, A. Silchuk, K. Tuzov, M. Kovaleva, V. Eremkin
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 159

    Abstract
    The relevance of the topic is related to the need to organize systems of macroeconomic analysis, as well as to improve the accuracy of forecasting in the Republic of Uzbekistan. [...]

  • A. Vedev, A. Silchuk, K. Tuzov, M. Kovaleva, V. Eremkin
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 158

    Abstract
    The relevance of the topic is due to the fact that the sharp changes in the sectors of the economy generated by the coronavirus pandemic have changed all existing development [...]

  • S. Zubov, A. Vedev, M. Kovaleva
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 157

    Abstract
    The relevance of the study lies in the fact that credit institutions are actively involved in the process of transforming the financial market in the context of the digital [...]

  • O. Izryadnova, M. Kovaleva
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 156

    Abstract
    The relevance of the study is determined by the urgent need to assess the potential conditions for the consolidation of public and private resources and the capabilities of [...]

  • D. Kuznetsov
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 155

    Abstract
    The goal of this paper is to empirically assess the impact of exchange rate shocks on prices and quantities of Russian exports and imports. The relevance of the work is dictated [...]

  • A. Nikulin, T. Gusakov, I. Trotsuk
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 154

    Abstract
    The relevance of the study is determined by the fact that in recent decades, peripheralization of rural spaces in Russia has intensified in the form of the expansion of abandoned [...]

  • A. Levashenko, M. Girich
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 153

    Abstract
    The subject of the study is the analysis of legal relations arising in connection with employment on online platforms, including the provision of minimum labor guarantees [...]

  • I. Sokolov, S. Belev, T. Tischenko, E. Leonov, K. Vekerle, E. Matveev
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 152

    Abstract
    The relevance of the study is due to the fact that, caused by the coronavirus pandemic of 2020, it put on the agenda issues about choosing the best methods to support businesses [...]

  • V. Klimanov, E. Timushev
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 151

    Abstract
    The relevance of the analysis of debt sustainability is explained by the need to preserve the state's borrowing capacity under the increasing risk of non-fulfillment of [...]

  • M. Kazakova
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 150

    Abstract
    The development of e-commerce in the context of digitalization of the economy contributes to the introduction and expansion of opportunities for the use of new macro and microeconomic [...]

  • A. Firanchuk
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 149

    Abstract
    The paper analyzes the impact of the ruble exchange rate on Russian imports from the EU27. The theoretical model considers exporters with elastic output and incompletely free [...]

  • E. Chernyakova, G. Korolev, E. Yastrebova
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 148

    Abstract
    By the "Main Directions of the Budget, Tax, and Customs Tariff Policy for 2021 and the planning period of 2022 and 2023", voluntary registration for foreign suppliers [...]

  • Y. Perevyshin, S. Drobyshevsky, P. Trunin
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 147

    Abstract
    The paper examines the property of the core inflation indicator to predict future values of headline inflation, which is a critical task in preparing a medium-term inflation [...]

  • E. Dobronravova, S. Kolesnik, M. Orekhov, M. Chembulatova
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 146

    Abstract
    In this paper we the synchronization of monetary policy in Eurasian Economic Union. The relevance of the study arises from two points: first, independent monetary policy may [...]

  • A. Abramov, A. Pershin, A. Radygin, M. Chernova
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 145

    Abstract
    The purpose of this study is to assess and compare the scale of the state sector in Russia, as well as the impact of the state ownership on the effectiveness of companies [...]

  • N. Barbashova, A. Deryugin, A. Komarnitskaya
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 144

    Abstract
    The research analyzes the practice of anticrisis support of the subnational level in foreign countries and Russia. The influence of the anticrisis budget policy of the federal [...]

  • A. Abroskin, N. Abroskina
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 143

    Abstract
    The subject area of the research is issues related to improving the effectiveness of the System of Government Social Assistance on the basis of the Social Contract (GSA SC). [...]

  • V. Blinov, A. Satdykov, E. Esenina, Z. Dulaeva
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 142

    Abstract
    Professional and teaching personnel training and the staffing of the secondary vocational education (SVE) system is one of the most important tasks both in the Russian education [...]

  • A. Putintseva
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 141

    Abstract
    In the age of digital transformation, there is an increasing discussion about human resource shortages. In particular, IT professionals, in general, specialists in science [...]

  • V. Malakhov, M. Simon, D. Letnyakov, A. Motin, N. Kokoeva, I. Semenov
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 139

    Abstract
    The COVID-19 pandemic has brought about dramatic changes in all areas of public life, both at the country and global levels. In a situation of disorientation in which national [...]

  • V. Malakhov, M. Simon, D. Letnyakov, A. Motin, S. Goryashko, A. Dubrovsky, A. Karulin
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 140

    Abstract
    The study of communities formed by migrants is crucial for understanding the political communication in industrialized countries. There are three circumstances that actualize [...]

  • D. Loginov, V. Titov, A. Salmina, M. Eliseeva
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 138

    Abstract
    The aim of the study is to identify the features of lifestyle and social practices in the spheres of consumption, leisure and social interactions, implemented by various groups [...]

  • P. Pavlov
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 137

    Abstract
    The aim of the work is to test approaches to the analysis of the characteristics of local labor markets in Russia using big micro-level data. The first chapter deals with [...]

  • V. Kozlov, E. Mitrofanova
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 136

    Abstract
    The preprint considers official statistical data on fertility, migration and mortality across Russian regions in 2020-2021 and is aimed at a comparison of dynamics of these [...]

  • E. Varshaver, A. Rocheva, N. Ivanova, T. Karabchuk
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 135

    Abstract
    The paper presents the results of a study conducted with the purpose of assessing various countries of the world in terms of migration potential to Russia, defined as the [...]

  • A. Abroskin, N. Abroskina
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 134

    Abstract
    The relevance of the research is related to the need of improving the methodology for measuring the population poverty level in the Russian Federation. The purpose of the [...]

  • A. Sakharov
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 133

    Abstract
    The relevance of the study stems from the fact that the global economic crisis of 2020, caused by the spread of coronavirus infection, had a negative impact on the prospects [...]

  • M. Lopatina, V. Lyashok
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 132

    Abstract
    The problem of working pensioners in Russia is becoming more and more relevant in the context of the increase of the retirement age. The situation of this population group [...]

  • A. Ipatova, M. Vyrskaya
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 131

    Abstract
    The paper is based on the results of the research work «Methodology for conducting an administrative survey on issues of child well-being», accomplished by the [...]

  • V. Malakhov, M. Simon, D. Letnyakov, A. Motin, K. Yurina, M. Pralkova, A. Vasilchenko, E. Kandaurova
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 130

    Abstract
    In recent years, the focus of urban studies has been gradually shifting from the issue of “ethnic enclaves” to the infrastructure created by migrants. The problem [...]

  • K. T.L, T. G.S
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 129

    Abstract
    The paper discusses the main models and mechanisms that provide budget financing for higher education institutions. It analyzes the sources from which universities receive [...]

  • M. Kuznetsova, E. Sinelnikova-Muryleva, K. Shilov
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 128

    Abstract
    There is still no common understanding of whether cryptocurrencies should be classified as financial assets or as currencies. The ambiguity and versatility of the definition [...]

  • D. Petrova
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 127

    Abstract
    In this study we construct economic policy uncertainty indices for Russia using online news articles and VK posts. A comparative analysis of quantitative measures of economic [...]

  • I. Starodubrovskaya, D. Sitkevich
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 126

    Abstract
    Relevance: Migration processes largely determine the face of the modern world. Their results lead to serious problems of intercultural communication, and successful approaches [...]

  • A. Abramov, A. Radygin, M. Chernova
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 125

    Abstract
    The purpose of this study is to analyze the experience of creating a system of mandatory pension savings and assess the effectiveness of the activities of non-state pension [...]

  • K. Mustafina
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 124

    Abstract
    Subject Psychological theories in cognitive science. Goal To identify theoretical and metatheoretical approaches to describing the field of cognitive psychology. Relevance [...]

  • N. Yachmeneva
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 123

    Abstract
    Subject Academic dishonesty (fraud) Goal To develop a plan to modify and adapt a version of a questionnaire to measure the propensity for planned academic dishonesty in students [...]

  • Y. Arlashkin, N. Barbashova, A. Deryugin, A. Komarnitskaya
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 122

    Abstract
    The subject of the study is the distribution of tax revenues between the levels of the budget system in the Russian Federation. The relevance of the study is caused by the [...]

  • E. Dobrolyubova, A. Starostina
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 121

    Abstract
    The need for systemic efforts to improve governance quality at the regional level makes the subject of the study highly relevant to the policy agenda. The goal of the study [...]

  • T. Bogatyreva, S. Martynova, T. Lavrova, S. Evarovich, N. Gotovschikova, A. Yaroshenko
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 120

    Abstract
    The object of the research is the functions, structure and elements of civil servants’ professional culture system. It is undergoing transformation, following the changes [...]

  • D. Zemlyanskiy, V. Chuzhenkova, A. Abdullaev, L. Kalinovskiy, D. Medvednikova
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 119

    Abstract
    The research work presents a comprehensive analysis of the socio-economic development of the cities in Russia’s Far Eastern Federal District (DFO) and reflects both [...]

  • T. Maleva, E. Tsatsura
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 118

    Abstract
    Given the significant current challenges for the socio-economic situation of the country, it is important to monitor the main indicators of the financial situation of the [...]

  • Y. Florinskaya, M. Kartseva
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 117

    Abstract
    Millions of international migrants are living in Russia today. This paper, based on Rosstat’s “Selective Observation of Migrant Labor” survey conducted in [...]

  • S. Korzhuk
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 116

    Abstract
    Developing and successfully implementing effective vaccination programs requires understanding the peculiarities of the people’s attitude towards vaccination. The prevalence [...]

  • E. Tsatsura, E. Grishina
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 115

    Abstract
    The challenges for the socio-economic situation in the country have been growing since 2020. The issues of prompt, accessible and sufficient state support for different population [...]

  • A. Pokida, I. Gazieva, N. Zybunovskaya
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 114

    Abstract
    This scientific report presents a study conducted by the Research Center for Social and Political Monitoring of the RANEPA Institute for Social Sciences. The relevance of [...]

  • A. Pokida, I. Gazieva, N. Zybunovskaya
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 113

    Abstract
    This scientific report presents a study conducted by the Research Center for Social and Political Monitoring of the RANEPA Institute of Social Sciences. The relevance of research. [...]

  • V. Spiridonov
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 112

    Abstract
    Subject of study  The subject of naive epistemology can be defined more narrowly: it studies naive ideas about the nature and nature of knowledge. Researchers [...]

  • N. Tarasova, I. Pastukhova, S. Chigrina, A. Kazakov
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 111

    Abstract
    Digital transformation of the society, boosted by the COVID-19 pandemic, has determined new processes in the socio-economic sphere. Foreign and domestic researchers are unanimous [...]

  • V. Uzhakov, A. Pokida, E. Dobrolyubova, N. Zybunovskaya
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 110

    Abstract
    The federal legislation defines a list of regulatory enforcement activities aimed at minimizing risks to legally protected public values (such as life and health, property, [...]

  • V. Uzhakov, E. Dobrolyubova, A. Pokida, N. Zybunovskaya
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 109

    Abstract
    Evaluating the outcomes of the large-scale reforms of regulatory policies and enforcement and inspection practices conducted in Russia requires a business perspective, making [...]

  • E. Dobrolyubova, V. Uzhakov, A. Pokida, N. Zybunovskaya
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 108

    Abstract
    Digital transformation is one of Russia’s national goals and development objectives. Therefore, monitoring sociological studies aimed at collecting public perceptions [...]

  • Z. Vasil'yeva, A. Dunaeva, V. Zolotukhin, U. Liderman
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 107

    Abstract
    The problem of archiving and document status has long been one of the cornerstones for the theory of performative arts. Moreover, for decades its discussion has inevitably [...]

  • T. Maleva, M. Kartseva, P. Kuznetsova
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 106

    Abstract
    Children’s health not only largely determines the health of the population at the current time but is also a key determinant of health and other aspects of life in adulthood. [...]

  • M. K.M, S. O.B.
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 105

    Abstract
    The paper highlights the results of the research study “Partnership and romantic relationships during the pandemic and afterwards”, conducted by the team of the [...]

  • M. Ivanova, S. Zemtsov, A. Mikhailov
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 104

    Abstract
    Relevance of the research: The totality of national and regional innovation systems, implying sustainable interaction and cooperation between scientific, educational, government [...]

  • G. Zelenina
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 103

    Abstract
    Based on ego-documents (personal and open letters, memoirs), Samizdat (self-published books) and oral history sources, the article examines the Soviet Jewish movement activists’ [...]

  • D. Mikhel, I. Mikhe, O. Malinovskaya
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 102

    Abstract
    The aim of the study is to analyze the history of sanitary reforms in East Asia on the territory of two European enclaves (Hong Kong and Shanghai), which became important [...]

  • K. D.S., B. M.V., Y. N.P.
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 101

    Abstract
    The relevance of this research lies in the fact that it investigates psychological characteristics as predictors of economic behavior, specifically personal financial management [...]

  • D. Zemlyanskiy, V. Chuzhenkova, A. Abdullaev, L. Kalinovskiy, V. Kulikov, D. Medvednikova, I. Shampurov
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 100

    Abstract
    This study focuses on the changes in the dynamics of socio-economic development and interregional inequality of the Russian regions in 2019-2020. Peculiarities of territorial [...]

  • D. Zemlyanskiy, V. Chuzhenkova, A. Abdullaev, L. Kalinovskiy, V. Kulikov, D. Medvednikova, I. Shampurov
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 99

    Abstract
    The research work is dedicated to a comprehensive analysis of the socio-economic development of Russian cities in 2015-2019 and reflects both the current level of territorial [...]

  • D. Zemlyanskiy, V. Chuzhenkova, A. Abdullaev, L. Kalinovskiy, V. Kulikov, D. Medvednikova, I. Shampurov
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 98

    Abstract
    The study examines debt situation in 189 urban districts of Russia with more than 100 thousand inhabitants in 2015-2020 and assesses key factors determining level of budget [...]

  • S. A.Y., M. A.I
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 97

    Abstract
    The aftermarkets occupy a dependent position in relation to the primary product market. The textbook examples of this kind of dependence are the car market and the service [...]

  • V. Sluzhevskaya, A. Morosanova
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 96

    Abstract
    Studying the existence and type of barriers to entry is an integral part of competition analysis conducted by antitrust authorities in different countries. As a result, competition [...]

  • V. Barinova, K. Demidova, A. Loginova
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 95

    Abstract
    The Sustainable Development Goals remain relevant in times of crisis, especially such goals as eradicating poverty, inequality, ensuring economic growth, developing innovation [...]

  • P. Doronin, A. Ignatov, O. Kolmar
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 94

    Abstract
    The paper assesses the effectiveness of BRICS as a global governance institution in the time of global social-economic crisis caused by the COVID-19 pandemic and escalation [...]

  • V. Akimova, S. Zemtsov
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 93

    Abstract
    ocio-economic development of countries and regions is historically uneven. But in some cases, too much territorial inequality can lead to the collapse of the state. In constantly [...]

  • V. Akimova, S. Zemtsov
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 92

    Abstract
    In the context of external shocks, technological and other changes, it is becoming increasingly relevant to study tools that stimulate the development of entrepreneurship [...]

  • A. Pakhomov, K. Bagdasaryan
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 91

    Abstract
    The study analyzes the latest trends in the reform of international economic relations, especially global trade and capital flows worldwide. It also analyzes the opportunities [...]

  • P. A.N., G. I.A., Z. N.V.
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 90

    Abstract
    The scientific report presents a study conducted by the Research Center of Socio-Political Monitoring of the School of Public Policy and Management at RANEPA Institute for [...]

  • N. Tanshina
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 89

    Abstract
    Relevance of the study. The attitude towards the Russian Federation in the modern world is highly complex and contradictory. This is due, in part, ’to the traditional [...]

  • A. Trofimov, A. Kasyan, I. Egorov
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 88

    Abstract
    Subject. The article examines the system of accentuation of the minor Iranian languages, Parachi and Ormuri, and its connection with the Pashto system.    Purpose. [...]

  • T. Maleva, D. Rogozin
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 87

    Abstract
    Implementing the goals related to the modernization of the sphere of public services requires revising the reform stages that have been completed and assessing its current [...]

  • K. Manuilskaya, O. Solodovnikova
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 86

    Abstract
    The paper is based on the findings of the research work “The Elderly People’s Needs for the New Type of Social Housing: Perception, Assessment And Expectations”, [...]

  • S. Shcherbov, S. Shulgin
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 85

    Abstract
    One of the most important tasks for assessing the damage from a pandemic is the assessment of human losses resulting from the disease. As a rule, it is rather difficult [...]

  • A. Skrobotov
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 84

    Abstract
    This review discusses methods of testing for a cointegration in a time series in the presence of structural breaks. The review covers a large number of recently developed testing [...]

  • A. Grebenkina
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 83

    Abstract
    The anti-pandemic restrictions of recent years fueled an explosive growth of e-commerce in goods and services in Russia and worldwide. Therefore, the issue of macroeconomic [...]

  • I. Matveev, I. Konovalov
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 82

    Abstract
    Economic inequality is often portrayed as an objective fact that can only be changed by redistributive policies. This leads economists to link inequality to other strictly [...]

  • B. Akatovich
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 81

    Abstract
    This work describes life and activity of Vladimir Nikolaevich Kokovtsov, prime-minister (1911-1914) and minister of finance (1904-1905, 1906-1914) of the Russian Empire. [...]

  • M. Dmitriev, . V.B.Krapil
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 80

    Abstract
    The study analyzes the practice of strategic planning in the Russian Federation. The key goal of the study is to analyze the implementation results of strategic documents [...]

  • D. Teslenko
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 79

    Abstract
    The study examines mechanisms of interconnection and competitive cooperation between educational, research and business structures in the territory, interaction between [...]

  • V. Ardislamov
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 78

    Abstract
    Subject: the study is dedicated to a retrospective assessment of time intervals. Relevance: The theory of contextual change states that both attention and long-term memory [...]

  • I. Popova
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 77

    Abstract
    The relevance of this research is associated with the need to study the conditions of effectiveness of the secondary socialization of adolescents in a difficult life situation, [...]

  • A. Knobel'
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2022). 76

    Abstract
    A prerequisite for sustainable economic growth Russian economy is to increase the efficiency of enterprises. One of factors that can lead to this is the expansion of Russia's [...]

  • V. Potashnikov
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2022). 75

    Abstract
     Input-output tables are the basis for many types of analysis of the real sector, which are necessary to build a well-thought-out long-term and short-term policy. Evaluation [...]

  • A. Kaukin, K. Kas'yanova, V. Kosarev, Y. Miller
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2022). 74

    Abstract
    The aim of this study is to develop new methods for forecasting time series with data of different frequencies among exogenous factors; forecasting the indicators of the wholesale [...]

  • A. Nikulin
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2022). 73

    Abstract
    The social and economic differentiation in the countryside is a classic issue of agrarian sociology; however, in the post-Soviet period it was considered not only by rural [...]

  • A. Abramov, A. Radygin, M. Chernova
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2022). 72

    Abstract
    The goal of this study is to develop a system of measures to increase investment activity and limit the risks of the private investors in the stock market. The object of research [...]

  • T. Gorshkova, M. Turuntseva
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 71

    Abstract
    The article is devoted to modeling the spatial dependence between macroeconomic indicators of Russian regions, using spatial weight matrices. The authors perform a comparative [...]

  • S. Belev, A. Efremov, A. Kireeva, A. Zolotareva, E. Leonov, E. Matveev, I. Sokolov, A. Komarnitskaya, O. Suchkova
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2022). 70

    Abstract
    This article presents the main results of research on the topic of the research of the pricing mechanisms within the public procurement system in the Russian Federation. The [...]

  • A. Nikulin
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2022). 69

    Abstract
    The article aims at identifying the main employment types of foreign migrants in the Russian countryside. The authors describe different employment types of migrants in the [...]

  • A. Nikulin
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2022). 68

    Abstract
    The study aims at systematization of the trends in the differentiation and integration of social-economic practices typical for Russian farmers. The authors identify prospects [...]

  • V. Potashnikov
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2022). 67

    Abstract
    Relevance: Input-output tables are the basis for many types of analysis of the real sector, which are necessary to build a well-thought-out long-term and short-term policy. [...]

  • O. Mozgovaya, O. Temnaya, V. Kuznetsov
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2022). 66

    Abstract
    This paper presents the results of the study "Research of approaches to the consolidated interregional tariff formations implemented as part of the common state pricing [...]

  • K. Borzykh, Y. Ponomarev, D. Radchenko, D. Salimova
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 65

    Abstract
    Air transport accounts for the largest share of passenger turnover compared to other modes of transport, which makes it of particular importance in Russia. The strategic goals [...]

  • A. Shumilov
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2022). 64

    Abstract
    This paper presents an overview of studies on numerical analysis of various kinds of uncertainties in integrated models climate and economy. Applications of uncertainty [...]

  • P. Kuznetsova, E. Seredkina, R. Khasanova
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 63

    Abstract
    In 2020-2021, the new coronavirus pandemic significantly changed the global demographic situation. Most countries of the world faced a significant increase in mortality. The [...]

  • I. Budraitskis, G. Vanunts, A. Yegorova, A. Zapolskaya, G. Yudin
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 61

    Abstract
    The subject of our research is the evolution of the concept of "freedom" in liberal political thought at the end of the 19th century – first half of the 20th [...]

  • Y. Papanova
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2022). 62

  • M. Reutin
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 60

    Abstract
    This work consists of two chapters and focuses on the formation of a new bourgeois ethics within the framework of the medieval mentality. This process is considered on the [...]

  • D. Loginov, E. Semionova, G. Tokareva, I. Yakovlev
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 59

    Abstract
    The uneven territorial and population development of the educational infrastructure and the labor market, the differentiation of educational aspirations and resource capabilities [...]

  • O. Artemenko, M. Kuzmin, S. Anzorova, T. Borgoyakova, P. Gasanova, A. Subrakov
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 58

    Abstract
    The relevance of the study is determined by an examination of the processes of reforming the education system in the Russian Empire between 1726 and 1917, which was carried [...]

  • A. Zubarev, Y. Golovanova
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2022). 57

    Abstract
    Due to the growing popularity of the Internet, many purchases are made in online stores. The Google Trends service collects data based on user requests and breaks them down [...]

  • Y. Danilov, D. Pivovarov, I. Davydov
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 56

    Abstract
    The paper analyzes various concepts of financial sector efficiency, and, based on this analysis, the authors established financial sector indicators that are the most appropriate [...]

  • M. Kazakova
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2022). 55

    Abstract
    Time-varying parameter models have been widely spread in macroeconomic studies carried out over the past 20 years. Following the seminal papers in this field, various authors [...]

  • N. Loginov
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2022). 54

    Abstract
    Enormous amounts of empirical facts have been gathered regarding the content and structure of mental models in astronomy, biology, psychology, and so on. Mental models, or [...]

  • A. Zhemkova
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2022). 53

    Abstract
    The paper assesses the impact of the expected market size on the stimulation of the technological development of Russian durable goods manufacturing companies. The work is [...]

  • V. Blinov, A. Satdykov, E. Esenina, Z. Dulaeva
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2022). 52

    Abstract
    Presidential Decree No. 204 dated May 7, 2018 “On the National Goals and Strategic Objectives of the Development of the Russian Federation for the period until 2024” [...]

  • M. Kazakova
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2022). 51

    Abstract
    Evaluation of models with time-varying parameters is widely used in macroeconomic research carried out over the past 20 years. Following the pioneering work in this area, various [...]

  • L. Gabueva
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2022). 50

    Abstract
    The purpose of the study: substantiation of the role, place and mechanisms of modern economic methods of managing the health of the population of Russia to increase efficiency use [...]

  • K. Kazenin
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 49

    Abstract
    This preprint outlines the results of a sociological survey (focus groups) carried out in May-June 2021 in five regions of Russia. The purpose of the survey was to study the [...]

  • V. Malakhov, M. Simon, D. Letnyakov, A. Motin, L. Nikol'skiy, M. Pirova
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2022). 48

    Abstract
    Research on the impact of migration on the urban cultural infrastructure plays an important role in the European social anthropology. The city cultural space appears as a [...]

  • Z. Vasil'yeva, A. Dunayeva, V. Zolotukhin, Y. Liderman
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2022). 47

    Abstract
    The work resulted in theoretical developments for the study of the spatial aspects of the latest practices in live arts, as well as the identification of social and cultural [...]

  • S. Mereminskiy, I. Zhenin
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2022). 46

    Abstract
    At present, historical science is experiencing a new historiographical wave associated with the study of commemorative practices (anniversaries of significant events of the [...]

  • A. Zygmont
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2022). 45

    Abstract
    Political martyrdom is a vivid but extremely little-studied phenomenon. world political, social and religious culture, which originates in European New Age and is actively [...]

  • T. KLYACHKO, G. TOKAREVA
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2022). 44

    Abstract
    The development of higher education systems around the world is associated with an increase in the number of students, which has almost doubled over the past 30 years. The [...]

  • E. Alieva, A. Alekseeva, N. Avalueva, L. Asmolova, E. Vandanova, V. Zagvozdkin, A. Zvyagin, G. Rezapkina, E. Kartashova, M. Shekhter
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 43

    Abstract
    The priority task of the Russian Federation in the upbringing of the younger generation is the development of a highly moral person who shares Russian traditional spiritual [...]

  • S. Morozova, S. Morozov
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2022). 42

    Abstract
    The relevance of the study is determined by two interrelated points: the need to increase (1) the effectiveness of comprehensive support for persons with ASD and (2) the quality [...]

  • A. TISHCHENKO
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2022). 41

    Abstract
    The Center for the Economics of Continuing Education of the RANEPA Institute of Applied Economic Research (IAER) performs annual monitoring of the efficiency of school education. [...]

  • A. Fedotov, A. Kovalenko, A. Polushkina, B. L.Yu
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2022). 40

    Abstract
    The object of the study is the system of research funding in Russian universities. The purpose of the study is to assess the potential of scientific research in universities [...]

  • T. Klyachko, A. Fedotov, A. Kovalenko, T. Blinova
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2022). 39

    Abstract
    CONTINUING PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION, ADDITIONAL PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION, LONG-TERM DEVELOPMENT, STAFF DEMAND, STAFF WITH HIGHER EDUCATION, STRUCTURE OF STAFF TRAINING, STRUCTURE [...]

  • Y. Lomteva, L. Bedareva, Y. Polushkina, A. Polushkina
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2022). 38

    Abstract
    This scientific report presents the findings of a study of regional systems of secondary vocational education during the forced transition to distance learning. The large-scale [...]

  • Y. Sinyagin, E. Chirkovskaya
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2023). 37