|PROBLEMS OF MODERN ECONOMICS, N 3 (51), 2014|
|PROBLEMS OF MODERNIZATION AND TRANSITION TO INNOVATIVE ECONOMY|
|Pakhomova N. V.|
Professor of the Chair of Economic Theory,
St.Petersburg State University,
Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences,
Richter K. K.
Head of the Chair of Economics of Enterprise and Entrepreneurship, Department of Economics,
St. Petersburg State University, PhD (Physics, Mathematics)
Malyshkov G. B.
Professor, Department of Economics, National Mineral Resources University, PhD (Economics)
|The authors focus on two economic conceptions: sustainable inclusive growth and reindustrialization, discuss their potential and possibilities of their coordination. Russia’s transition to the model of sustainable inclusive growth requires taking into consideration additional arguments coming from the experience of implementation of Strategy 2020 in the countries of the European Union. The article pays considerable attention to the development of sustainable inclusive growth indices, as well as reindustrialization requirements associated with the transition to the sustainable inclusive growth. This model of growth should facilitate the country’s access to new technological, trade and service markets. It should also meet new global challenges, be ecologically oriented, help diminish social inequality, and generally raise economic well-being|
|Key words: sustainable inclusive growth, reindustrialization, strategy of growth of the European Union, indices of green growth, ecological and social stability, innovation effect, new markets|
| Pages: 15 - 24|