Based on systematic methodology, principles of the system-wide approach, the reproduction theory, the ideology of protection of national and regional interests, and pragmatism we propose the concept aimed at intensification of integrated cooperation between the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) member states. We substantiate the principle of a phase-by-phase enhancement of integrated cooperation between the EAEU member states on a balanced interrelation between national and regional regulation of the economy.
Zimin Vladislav, Larionov Aleksandr
The authors examine the cooperation between the State bank of the RSFSR and Moscow commodity exchange in the area of trade turnover development on 1922. The research of this period is actual enough. It is connected with introducing market tools that later led to economic growth in the USSR. The article analyzes the activity of the State bank of the RSFSR in the sphere of credit policy, cooperation with commodity exchange and market participants. The drivers of «consumption crisis» are analyzed.
Abramova Marina, Maslennikov Vladimir
The article describes the problems of integrative interaction of EAEU member states in the field of monetary relations and policy, the conditions and prerequisites for the coordination of monetary policy of the EAEU members in the long-term period. The coincidence of the EAEU states monetary policies' main parameters makes it possible to harmonize the development of this economic policy's direction. Meanwhile, the Russian economy's level and the type of international economic relations stipulate Russia's determining influence on the upcoming coordinated monetary policy of the EAEU countries. Finally, the given suggestions may improve the integrative interaction of rapprochement and harmonization of the national monetary policy, as well as of the Eurasian Union.
Gordon Aleksandr, Lazarev Ivan
The promotion of the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) faces external and internal challenges sometimes hindering integration. The article deals with priority directions, ways and means to facilitate this integration by linking the EAEU development process with the Silk Road Economic Belt (SREB) initiative. The author provides specific proposals for financial and banking support of such development through transport, logistics and innovation projects in the PPP format. He sees them as the key to the EAEU formation as its Own Center of Power and to the transformation of the whole of Eurasia into a priority area for development within the transcontinental belt for business partnerships. The proposed core of the Transcontinental Development Belt should be the Northern route of SREB passing through the entire territory of Russia and built on the model of the Chinese Eastern Railroad, while taking into account the realities of the XXI century. It aims to link together the Far Eastern, Central Asian and European areas of regional development, giving new impetus to economic growth across Eurasia.
The article dwells on the extremely important topic of ensuring economic growth in Russia; analyses the draft budget of the Russian Federation for 2017-2019, negative trends that have shaped in the economy over the past few years and their current manifestation; and provides measures to overcome the obstacles. The author emphasises the urgency of measures to recover economic growth with the government playing a decisive role in the transition from stagnation and recession to economic growth. While implementing a financial boost strategy the accent is put on the need to invest in the «economy of knowledge».
This article discusses the options of «soft» and «hard» scenarios exit of Great Britain from the European Union with the assessment of the impact of emerging risks of uncertainty Brexit on macro-economic situation in the United Kingdom and other EU Member States. Particular attention is paid to the analysis of the negative impact of Brexit on the financial regulation in Britain and the position of London as the world's largest financial center, on the reformatting of the future relations of Britain with the financial institutions of the European Union, as well as on the formation of the Union of Capital Markets in the EU.
The article concerns the economic features of one of the largest macroregions of Russia - the North-West Federal District; the author also studies the factors that influence the economic structure of regions within the District, describes the main actual trends developing in the economy of macroregion. The special attention is paid to the role of regional loan market in supporting the economy, to analysis of compliance of structure and dynamics of corporate loans market to the structure and dynamics of economy of regions within the District.