National Interests: Priorities and Security
 

National Interests: Priorities and Security

Русская версия

Vol. 14, Iss. 9, September 2018

 NATIONAL INTERESTS

pp. 1582–1594

Socio-economic stability as a fundamental national interest of Russia during the decay of the unipolar world order

Rubanik V.E. )

 SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT OF ECONOMY

pp. 1595–1618

Forecasting the nature of construction activities in Russia and their reasons

Smirnov V.V. / Mulendeeva A.V. )

pp. 1619–1631

Human capital and imbalance in the labor markets of the Russian Arctic

Korchak E.A. )

pp. 1632–1648

Economic aspects of nuclear power engineering involved to address issues of global climate change

Ivantsova E.D. / Tsyro Yu.S. / Pyzhev A.I. )

 ECONOMIC POLICY OF THE STATE

pp. 1649–1664

Prospects for developing renewable power engineering in Russia to address unemployment issues

Nazarova Yu.A. / Gavryusev S.V. )

pp. 1665–1679

Saving practices in the northern regions of Russia: Development opportunities and threats

Chapargina A.N. )

 ECONOMIC SECURITY

pp. 1680–1692

On the development of the technological security monitoring system during the transition to a high-tech economy

Vlasova M.S. / Stepchenkova O.S. )

 INNOVATION AND INVESTMENT

pp. 1693–1730

Regulating the security of the Russian innovation and investment

Shevchenko I.V. / Korobeinikova M.S. )

 INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC RELATIONS

pp. 1731–1744

National priorities of the Republic of Uzbekistan during the integration into global economic ties

Ziyadullaev N.S. / Ziyadullaev U.S. )

pp. 1745–1761

Classifying the foreign trade cooperation of the world core and periphery through the lens of the global economic transformation

Malakhova T.S. )

pp. 1762–1778

China as a possible partner of the USA in the Arctic: Today and tomorrow

Kobzeva M.A. )

 

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