Market Economic Relations
Government Regulation of the Market Economic Relations
Tech Area / Field
- OBS-OTH/Other/Other Basic Sciences
3 Approved without Funding
CDB Almaz, Russia, Moscow
- University of Greenwich, UK, London
Краткое описание проектаThe project's goal
The goal of the project is to develop a reforming program for the Russian economy based on an active governmental participation in the control of economic processes and a large-scale conversion of the military industrial complex (MIC). A simultaneous development of a comprehensive recovery program for the Russian economy and a conversion program for the MIC is proposed. The experience of the current reform's implementation is showing quite clearly that in absence of a real conversion of the MIC every reforming attempt of the national economy is doomed to failure as well as a MIC conversion is in absence of a thoroughly elaborated, verified and scientifically substantiated economic transformation.
The indispensability of the project
The indispensability of the project in due to the evident failure of economic reforms being currently implemented in Russia and with the growing in the face of this failure danger that the governmental authorities would lose their control over the situation in the country. This scenario of historical development in a country of such a high concentration of military, nuclear and chemical objects like Russia is fraught with disastrous consequences of a global scale.
The content of the project
The concrete proposals of the project are as following:
- to develop a set of mathematical models taking into account the specific nature of the contemporary economic situation in Russia allowing to analyze the roots of economic crises phenomena and to find efficient methods for overcoming those phenomena
- to develop on ground of the mathematical modeling results with consideration to the stochastic nature of the market processes as well as risks of erroneous decisions of the legislative and executive authorities a program for overcoming the economic crisis within 1,5-2 years with a following GDP growth at the rate about 10-15% per year
- to elaborate in the framework of a comprehensive anticrisis program the conversion problem for the MIC. This conversion has to be base for a restructuring of the whole Russian economy which is the major task of the economic reforming in Russia
- to develop new methods and technologies of governmental economic regulation, based on modern information technologies
- to introduce into the day to day routine of the governmental economical regulation the use of mathematical models developed in the process of carrying out this project for situation analysis and decision-making.
The scientific significance of the project
Concerning the scientific significance of the project it can be emphasized that the carrying out of the project may lead to unique results due to the very specific nature of the contemporary Russian economy. The main distinction between the developed market economies and the Russian economy lies in the clearly belong-the-law nature of latter. This feature of the Russian economy is displayed by the overgrown shadow economy, wage and other payments arrears, embezzlement of public money and property, corruption, large scale illegal capital outflow, financial by pyramiding and chain lettering, etc. The specificity of the Russian economy makes it a most interesting research object. The results obtained could be widely used to work out recovery programs for developing economies, the nature of which being in many of the above mentioned aspects similar to the Russian economy. Considering the fact that the majority of the world population is living in the developing countries as well as that the drastic contrast between the affluence of the developed and the misery of the developing countries is one of the most dangerous challenges to the global security the significance of the results of the project development can hardly be overestimated.
The role of the potential collaborators
The part assigned to the collaborators may consist in the following:
- to help in the distribution of information concerning the project and its developers in foreign scientific editions;
- to follow-up periodically the progress of the project and to give advice to the developers;
- to participate in scientific conferences and seminars intended for discussion on the results of the project's consequent stages.