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Кластерные инициативы в российской практике: особенности и перспективы развития

Cluster initiatives in Russian practice: features and prospects of development
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Bondarenko, Elena

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Abstract Due to the negative impact of globalization on still weak after the collapse of the USSR the Russian economy, there is a lag in the Russian Federation on the level of economic development from the more developed countries of the world, which is more acute in the period of anti-sanctions: an increase in the outflow of capital from the country, the instability of the banking sector of activity, the contraction of exports and imports of goods and services, termination of contracts with foreign suppliers and growing because of it unemployment and inflation, the deficit of the Federal budget of the Russian Federation. In this case the development of clusters in Russia as a tool of enhancing efficiency and competitiveness of the Russian economy in the global space has recently become an urgency. The article considers russian experience of building clusters, efficient operations and prospects of development of clusters in the Russian Federation. It is concluded that in modern conditions it is necessary to attach great importance to cluster policy, which is a powerful impetus to the development of the national economy.
Keywords economic development (on national level); globalization; international economics; competitiveness; economic policy; Russia
Classification National Economy
Free Keywords clusters; cluster policy; clustering; cluster model; cluster prospects
Document language Russian
Publication Year 2015
Journal Koncept (Kirov): Scientific and Methodological e-magazine (2015) 13
ISSN 2304-120X
Status Published Version; reviewed
Licence Creative Commons - Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works