Neoendogenous Model of Overcoming Imbalances in Economic-legal Framework of Russia Agrarian Regions as a Factor of Economic Security

Sergey Aleksandrovich Belousov, Aleksandr Yurevich Pavlov, Vera Nikolaevna Batova, Sergey Borisovich Surovov, Andrey Vladimirovich Kolesnikov, Elena Grigorievna Vyushkina

Abstract


Evolution processes acceleration, characteristic for modern development, and complicacy of territorial-economic systems structure and ways of their elements collaboration result in additional prerequisites for genesis of economic-legal imbalances, i.e. disequilibrium states, gaining systematic and long-term character. Imbalance of socio-economic system of Russia agrarian regions reached such scales that it becomes an essential factor of security violation. Transformation processes taking place in Russia agrarian regions in recent decades demanded new approaches to regional development, in particular, applying of neoendogenous models combining endogenous resources and exogenous factors. The article describes basic characteristics of a rural territories sustainable development regional model based on three components: employment of territory endogenous potential, development of social capital and neoendogenous units (local self-government). Special attention is paid to clearing imbalances in economic-legal framework of agrarian regions on the basis of indicative planning application.

DOI: 10.5901/mjss.2016.v7n1p167


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