|PROBLEMS OF MODERN ECONOMICS, N 3 (47), 2013|
|Gazizullin Nail F.|
Chair of Economic Theory and History of Economic Thought, St. Petersburg State Economic University, PhD (Economics), Professor, Honored Scholar of the Republic of Tatarstan
| Pages: 2 - 2|
Dear readers and colleagues!
We hereby present to you the current issue of our Journal [3(47) 2013] containing 115 articles, analytical and bibliographic materials written by 154 authors from 34 regions of Russia and other CIS countries (Belarus', Kazakhstan, Ukraine, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan).
The issues opens with the Greetings of the President of the Russian Federation V.V. Putin to the participants and guests of the International Forum “Eurasian Economic Perspective.” The Forum became an open venue that brought together parliamentarians, politicians, scholars, representatives of various parties, business-structures, financial, legal and public organizations from various CIS and EES countries, as well as the Customs Union. The Forum made it possible to discuss topical issues and to work out practical recommendations related to the creation and the sustainable development of the Eurasian Economic Union.
Recreation of the Eurasian Intergovernmental Union in the new context is a truly historical task, the success of which depends on the harmonization of many economic, political, legal, scientific, humanistic, and social issues. Our Journal has always taken an active part in discussion and publication of materials dedicated to the principles and mechanisms of integration among CIS and EES countries. At this new stage of Eurasian integration the Journal was entrusted with an honorary and responsible task: to be the information partner, and consequently, the propagandist of the “Eurasian Economic Perspective” Forum. Hence I would like to encourage all representatives and authors of our Journal in CIS countries and the Russian regions to activity participate in discussions on the development of the Eurasian economic integration.
The new rubric of the Journal, “Eurasian economic perspective: problems and decisions” presents materials of the Plenary discussion that took place within the frames of the Forum “Eurasia: The Space of Effective Economic Interaction” presided by the Chairperson of the State Duma, Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation S.E. Naryshkin. The Forum took place in St. Petersburg State Economic University on April 11, 2013. The articles by S.E. Naryshkin, N.Z. Nigmatullin, V.A. Guminsky, G.S. Poltavchenko, A.Sh. Zheenbekov, M.U. Ubaidulloev, V.A. Sadovnichiy, T.Ya.Kharbieva, V.I. Muntiyan, M.I. Krotov, L.E. Slutsky, E.V. Panina, A.N. Shokhin address the key issues related to the creation and functioning of the Eurasian Economic Union, define the major directions of its development and the topical issues involved in it. It is crucial in this respect that the transition to the qualitatively new level of Eurasian integration be accompanied with modernization processes and the shift to the innovative economy. This requires orientation to the most recent achievements of contemporary economic theory and practice, systemic study of the most advanced tendencies in the international economics on the national as well as intergovernmental levels, and their adequate adaptation to historical, cultural, and other specificities in the development of our states. Precisely this range of questions related to economic modernization and mechanisms of its implementation is discussed in the article by L.S. Bliakhman dedicated to the new stage in production socialization and revolution in business organization. S.A. Tertyshnyi presents a new perspective and analysis of Russian economic modernization; within the frames of the institutional design the author discusses the systemic principles of the program articles by the President of the Russian Federation V.V. Putin.
The issue of self-definition of the contemporary political economy as a methodological foundation of the economic sciences is one of the central themes discussed in the Journal. Dialects of overcoming the contradictions between Marxism and marginalism in contemporary economic science is the topic of D.Yu. Muropol'sky's article. Various aspects of politico-economic problematic are discussed in the articles by A.I. Popov, V.A. Bazzhina, V.A. Uhankov.
G.L. Bagiev, representing an internationally recognized scientific school of marketing (St. Petersburg State Economic University), writes about marketing of spatial interaction among cyber-corporations and the new stage in its systemic research. This rubric also contains a number of articles on digital marketing, logically continuing the former conception (articles by T.P. Dan'ko, O.V. Kitova, I.A. Arenkov).
Problems of finance-and-credit system in the context of the most recent tendencies on financial markets are discussed in the articles by B.I. Sokolov, V.S. Voronov and others.
The rubric “Socio-economic development of Eurasian States” addresses the following issues: investment politics in Ukraine (A.N. Ryakhovskaya), distribution of financial resources among the levels of the economic system in Ukraine (N.I. Kovalenko), the market of dairy products in Kazakhstan (G.N. Nakipova, M.Zh. Kamenova, K.A. Akhmetova), evaluation of the innovative potential in the regions of Tajikistan (S.D. Komilov, M.K. Faizulloev). I.O. Abramov and L.L. Fituni in the rubric of “Economic globalization...” focus on the economic potential of Africa and its growing role in the contemporary global economic system.
“Current bibliography” compiled by the employees of the Russian National Library presents the 2d part of bibliographical sources on state-and-private partnership.
A wide range of other economic problems is discussed in other rubrics of the current issue.
The Journal invites everyone to engage in further creative cooperation.