Russian New Industrialisation Policy as a Change-Over Method to the Postindustrial Economics

Irina Yurievna Vaslavskaya, Yulia Yevgenyevna Yangirova

Abstract


Hydrocarbon export-focus, step-by-step degradation and critical situation in the industrial branch, native goods displacement by the import, high energy dependence and attachment to the world raw prices make the Russian Economics ineffective, noncompetitive and unstable to crisis. The key point of this research is to show the aspects that are necessary for creation country postindustrial development. Developed and developing GDP structure and growth analysis has led to the definite conclusions as for the necessity of competitive industrial sector with high percentage of innovative product creation. In the article also presented the consequences of the highly developed countries’ actions relative to the productions transfer in the countries with the lowest economic costs. There is shown that Russia’s postindustrial economic development change-over is impossible without creation of the effective competitive industrial sector based on state-private partnership.

DOI: 10.5901/mjss.2015.v6n3p174


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