|PROBLEMS OF MODERN ECONOMICS, N 1 (81), 2022|
|ECONOMIC GLOBALIZATION AND ISSUES OF NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL SECURITY|
|Vakariov A. A.|
Senior research fellow, Volzhsky Institute of Economics, Pedagogics and Law, PhD (Economics), Professor
Vinogradov V. V.
Assistant professor, Chair of Theory and History of State and Law, Volzhsky Institute of Economics, Pedagogics and Law, PhD (Jurisprudence)
Golodova O. A.
Assistant professor, Chair of Applied Economics and Management, Volzhsky Institute of Economics, Pedagogics and Law, PhD (Economics)
Ievleva N. V.
Assistant professor, Chair of Economics and Management, Volzhsky Polytechnic Institute, Branch of Volgograd State Technical University, PhD (Economics)
Grabovets E. E.
Senior lecturer, Chair of Fundamentals of Expertise and Forensic Science,
Educational and scientific complex of expert and criminalistic activity,
Volgograd Academy of the Russian Ministry of Internal Affairs
|The article describes the current complex global crisis of COVID-19. Overcoming of this crisis will involve considerable transformation of the global economy. The authors argue that this transformation offers opportunities for improving Russia’s economic position, and define the major aspects of activity necessary for such re-positioning.|
|Key words: crisis, Eurasian space, comprador, real sector of economy, production object|
| Pages: 61 - 66|