Sharipov Sh.I.Dagestan State University of National Economy, Makhachkala, Republic of Dagestan, Russian Federation firstname.lastname@example.org ORCID id: not available
Ibragimova B.Sh.Dagestan Regional Branch of Russian Agricultural Bank, Makhachkala, Republic of Dagestan, Russian Federation Bakhu1991@mail.ru ORCID id: not available
Subject The study considers the tendencies and development prospects for greenhouse vegetable production in Russia and the degree of self-sufficiency in greenhouse vegetables. Objectives The aims of the study are to analyze the greenhouse vegetable production in Russia and trace its dynamics over the recent five years, reveal factors affecting the investment activity, develop measures of government regulation. Methods We employ the methods of logical and statistical analyses (dynamics, comparison and grouping). Results Recently, owing to the system measures of State support, the volume of greenhouse vegetable production in Russia has tended to grow. If certain conditions for potential investors are created, Russia is able to become completely self-sufficient in greenhouse vegetables. We revealed deterrents to the industry growth and offered solutions. To develop the industry, it is important to use a systems approach based on the best international practices and specifics of institutional environment in the context of certain territories of the country. Conclusions The paper presents measures to nurture the greenhouse vegetable production through enhancing the State support to innovation, science, and staffing. It also provides reasonable mechanisms to spur investment activity, substantiates the expansion of executive agencies' participation in creating efficient infrastructure for greenhouse vegetable production development. Government authorities and the business should seek closer cooperation and generate regional strategies.
Keywords: greenhouse, greenhouse vegetable production, government support
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