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Title: Strategic planning features of regional development in increased exogenous volatility conditions
Authors: Molodykh, V. A.
Молодых, В. А.
Keywords: Economic growth;Shadow economy;State regulation;Strategic planning
Issue Date: 2018
Publisher: Academic Research Publishing Group
Citation: Milovanova, E., Molodyh, V., Morozova, I., Ostapenko, E. Strategic planning features of regional development in increased exogenous volatility conditions // Journal of Social Sciences Research. - 2019. - Volume 4. - Issue 12. - Pages 515-520
Series/Report no.: Journal of Social Sciences Research
Abstract: A major factor in the development of a long-term strategy for social and economic development is the reduction of the shadow economy volume with the aim to increase the promising incomes of the budgetary system for most Russian Federation subjects, which have low economic potential, a small local market and limited opportunities for economic growth on their own resource base. In this regard, the regional strategic planning, taking into account the influence of the shadow economy, requires the development of adequate forecast models that take into account the specifics of the territorial processes and ensure the achievement of the target condition for the balance of socio-economic development and the achievement of the planned indicators. Two scenarios are considered in the proposed development strategy of Russian Federation subject. Conservative scenario presupposes the development of a region on the basis of existing competitive advantage use. The second scenario is based on shadow economy negative impact reduction. General scenario conditions are formed depending on the opportunities of investment activity growth by ensuring the transparency of business rules, tax legislation stabilization and economic and investment activity increase at the expense of legal entrepreneurs. The results of modeling show that the growth of the economy legal segment in the short term will lead to the reduction of employed number, but it will ensure the growth rate of labor productivity at the level of 7% per year, while the level of investment activity will grow by about 10% per year additionally
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