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Key title: Agrarnyj vestnik Urala (Online)
Abbreviated key title: Agrar. vestn. Urala (Online)

Аграрный вестник Урала № 03 (182) 2019


Севек В. К. доктор экономических наук, доцент Тувинский государственный университет

Бадарчи Х. Б. Тувинский государственный университет кандидат экономических наук, заместитель министра экономики Республики Тыва

УДК:338.2 (332.1)


The articleconsiders the features of economic structure development of the regions ofup-date Russia within the region’s technification aimed to develop conceptualapproaches for improvement. There fixed a lack of a stable relationship betweenthe dynamics of applied high technologies in economies and cost volume forresearch and technology development realized empirically using multivariantstatistical factor analysis method based on data of Russia’s constituentterritories. The author’s interpretation of the identified phenomenon andcorresponding conceptual position on its solution are given due to relationshipanalysis between science, technology and economy considering methodology of thesystem-evolutionary approach. The conception idea is in use of thescientific-technological development mechanism inherent in nature – demand fortechnologies firstly caused by the growth of the consumer sectors and,secondly, by the competitive conditions through the growth of equalparticipants quantity. Attention invited to reforms realization by institutionsof state, primarily in the sphere of regulating micro and small businessmodeled after “Four Asian Tigers” through key regulatory authority’s delegationwith equivalent responsibilities for the regional and local level of publicadministration considering historical features impacting on present-dayinternal regional strategy.


scientific-technological development, technology, demand mechanism, institutional reforms, regions.


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