Scenarios of increasing the economic efficiency of the Kaliningrad regional transport system
... region is hampered by several factors. This problem, to which we will refer to as a transport deadlock effect, translates into the limited contribution of transport to the regional economy. Particularly, it manifests itself at the level of regional gross value added, where the contribution of transport is much smaller than one might expect given the significant role the industry plays in the economy of the region. In this study, we examine major ways of increasing the economic efficiency of the regional transport ...
An economic analysis of the structure of amber processing industry
This paper focuses on the problems of improving the structure of amber processing industry and analyzes the amber industry by segments. The author introduces the notion of level of value added per employee and the level of value added through processing regional natural resources and considers the possibility of recovering rental income from raw amber processing.
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Modeling Value Chains in Kaliningrad Agriculture
The article describes an approach to modeling and monitoring of the value added in the agricultural sector of the Kaliningrad region in the situration of the need to improve food security and increase internal agricultural output. The results of the first phase of the simulation based on the example of crop production chains ...
Introducing Sectoral Models into Regional Management: An Assessment of Regulatory Impacts on the Economy
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Structural Changes in the Economy of the Russian Northwest: Spatial Dimension
... method for the identification of the regional economic specialization on the basis of the reginal economy sectoral development rate. The article describes a methodology for identifying the development of the regional economic sectors using the ‘gross value added index’ calculated per capita and per sector against the national average. The article presents the analysis of the structural changes in the NWFD gross regional product. The proposed gross value added index helps to identify the upward and downward ...
The role of brand ecosystem in solving the tasks of hi-tech product marketing
... with all groups of customers can be carried out through a strong brand, whereas special importance is attached to the creation of the brand’s ecosystem, which would make it possible to offer the customer package solutions and include them into the value added chain.
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Evaluating and Measuring the Security of Russia’s Border Regions: Theory and Practice
... security. To justify our proposals, we analyse the economic security of the Kaliningrad region; it is a study based on an evaluation of protective measures in the regional agricultural industry and of the effect of different factors on the generation of value added in the sector. We emphasise the need to take into account regional conditions when assessing economic security and to introduce economic and mathematical calculations into the relevant measurement algorithm at its different stages. We use our findings ...
On strengthening the territorial differentiation of the rural population and the agrarian sector of the economy in the Russian Federation
... the concept of the Unified Settlement System, developed in the Soviet period, in orfer to improve the regional systems of settlements in Central Russia.
Fedorov G. M.
rural population, population dynamics, agricultural sector, employment, value added, production dynamics, polarization, regions of Russia
Do Historians Need Categories of State Cordiality and Incurable Wounds?
Historical examples reveal the peculiarities of bilateral intergovernmental relations. There are two non-convertible variants, based on the positive contribution of the actual international agent into the formation of a new state — the prospective added value variant — or aimed at deliberated suspension/breach of relations — the prospective tension variant. This suspension of sovereignty leaves a permanent scar in the national memory and leads to continuous alienation of the states.
Library collections and publishing according to Pliny the Younger
... Suetonius. The way to the birth of a book is complicated: writing, recitation, reference-review, and proofreading. Donation was one of the ways to build up library collections. The copyright was not known to Rome. A book was treated as an intellectual value. Pliny the Younger became the founder of a society of devotees of certain literature works and historical subjects in the 1st century AD.
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Employment in the Kaliningrad region in comparison with the nearest regions of Russia and with the average Russian level
... ред. А. П. Катровского, Ю. П. Ковалева. Смоленск, 2017.
Gumenyuk L. G., Sibireva N. I., Fedorov D. G.
the Kaliningrad region, the Pskov region, the Smolensk Region, the Russian Federation, employment, unemployment, value added, human capital
Events as a semantic framework for the construction of reality: the prospects of a transition to a dynamic ontology
... necessary model, we use the methods of maxima/ minima and infinitesimal calculus and carry out an analysis of the threshold values of the event function. The third problem is the verification of the model and the description of its possible applications.... ... Publichnaja Politika [Public Policy], 1, pp. 76-98 (in Russ.).
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Is Spinoza’s Ethics Heteronomous in the Kantian Sense of the Term?
... make every heteronomous interpretation of his practical philosophy extremely unlikely. These are i) identification of moral value in the quality of an agent’s law-oriented motivation, ii) distinction between human nature as rational and affective, ... ... sets of laws to each, iii) endowment of reason with moral content, iv) recognition of the non-subjective notion of goodness. Added to this is my discussion of freedom and necessity in Kant and Spinoza in which I show that Spinoza’s overarching determinism ...