Regional Anti-Recessionary Reforms: Administrative Priorities and Economic Efficiency – The Case of the Russian Federation

Regional Anti-Recessionary Reforms: Administrative Priorities and Economic Efficiency – The Case of the Russian Federation

Vera P. Samarina (National University of Science and Technology MISiS – Stary Oskol, Russia), Tatiana P. Skufina (Kola Science Centre of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia) and Aleksandr V. Samarin (Belgorod State National Research University – Staryy Oskol, Russia)
Copyright: © 2018 |Pages: 21
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-5225-3856-1.ch007
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Abstract

The most significant problems of anti-recessionary public management in Russia have been brought out in the article. For the detection of economic efficiency of the Russian Federation activity the analysis of total gross domestic product dynamics from 1991 has been carried out. Anti-recessionary characteristic of Central Federal District (CFD) regions of the Russian Federation was considered. The received results indicate that anti-recessionary stability of CFD regions is low. But consequences of crisis in regions of various types differ substantially. Obviously, state arrangements concerning crisis resistance should be based on typical features of regions. The analysis has shown the inability of public authorities of Russia to react operatively to environmental conditions changing. Besides, anti-recessionary programs do not take into account the typology of regions. In the chapter it is offered to reconsider basic approaches to anti-recessionary public management.
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Mutual relations and interference of person and society, citizen and state, their place and role in political processes received serious study since there were concepts of community, power and statehood. For our research of particular interest are the work of Russian scientists A. Navoy (2009), O.А Nikiforov (2009), S. A.Suspitsin (2015), etc. devoted their papers to this problem.

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