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The keyword "inflation"
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N 30Porunov A. N., Toysheva O. A. - Crisis and BRIC countries: results of January-February 2009 in the mirror of statistics
N 32Sumrai Z. A. - Specificities and perspectives of struggle against inflation in Russia (Russia, Kemerovo)
N 41Mamedkhanov R. R. - Inflation processes in Azerbaijan economy (Azerbaijan, Baku)
N 42Malinina T. V., Shul’ginov R. N. - Accounting for inflation and its impact upon the justification of effectiveness of investment projects in power engineering (Russia, St. Petersburg)
N 43Gusev S. N. - Factors and determinants of the regional investment politics (case of the Republic of Tatarstan) (Russia, Kazan’)
N 45Utuchenkova M. V. - Formation of inflation expectations in contemporary Russia (Russia, Volgograd)
N 50Tabakova T. V. - Priority spheres of the national economy of Ukraine: the present state and perspectives of development (Ukraine, Kiev)
N 54Shevelev A. A. - Social and value-based principles of the economic growth: transdisciplinary and institutional analysis (Russia, St. Petersburg)
N 54Protasov A. Yu. - Cyclic dynamics of inflation in the economy of the USSR: historical trends and distributional conflicts (Russia, St. Petersburg)
N 54Naumenkova S. V., Mishchenko V. I. - Impact of the monetary credit system and the politics of the Central Bank upon the economic growth stimulation (Ukraine, Kiev)
N 55Krotov M. I., Muntiyan V. I. - On the anti-crisis monetary strategy of Russia's economic development (Russia, Moscow)
N 55Protasov A. Yu. - Inflation and distribution conflicts in the Russian economy (Russia, St. Petersburg)
N 55Busheneva Yu. K. - The place and the role of anti-inflation politics in the period of crisis of 2014–2015 (Russia, St. Petersburg)
N 56Tavadian A. A. - Key aspects in coordination of the money-and-credit politics in EEC countries in the context of crisis processes (Armenia, Erevan)
N 56Repina M. O. - Key reasons of inflation in the contemporary Russia (Russia, St. Petersburg)
N 57Ryakhovskaya A. N. - Anti-crisis politics of the state in the new economic conditions(Russia, Moscow)
N 57Busheneva Yu. K. - Evaluation of the impact potential of the money-and-credit policy of the Bank of Russia upon the economic growth (Russia, St. Petersburg)
N 57Sokolov B. I., Valerov A. V. - Price deflation: where has this all started? (Russia, St. Petersburg)
N 63Tavadian A. A. - Reserves of money-and-credit politics in EES (Armenia, Yerevan)
N 66Rebrina T. G., Kovaleva N. N. - Russia's foreign trade against the background of economic sanctions and their impact upon the country’s fiscal politics (Russia, Briansk)
N 68Kotsofana T. V. - Inflation processes in the USSR during “stagnation” years and “perestroika” (Russia, St. Petersburg)
N 72Moskalionov S. A. - Neutrality of money, targeting of inflation, and discussions on money-and-credit politics in Russia (Russia, Ulyanovsk)
N 74Mudrova S. V. - Trade manipulations on the market of assets (Russia, Moscow)
N 80Sokolov B. I., Sokolova S. V., Nikolaev V. O. - Monetary and credit policy of the US Federal Reserve System during the pandemic: Challenges and forecasts (Russia, St. Petersburg)
N 82Afanasjeva O. N. - Household credits and inflation: Commercial banks and money-and-credit policy (Russia, Moscow)
N 88Krotov M. I., Muntiyan V. I. - Monetary and credit policy and Russia’s national security in the context of global confrontation (Russia, Moscow, St. Petersburg)
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