On the nature of crisis phenomena in Russian economy
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On the nature of crisis phenomena in Russian economy
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S020736760002276-2-1
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Occupation: Candidate of Economic Sciences, Associate Professor
Affiliation: Samara state university of economics
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15-24
Abstract

The article contains an analysis of the crisis phenomena in Russian economy which are dealt with as several interconnected economic processes; it also puts forward the problem of recovery mechanisms, and theoretical and methodological approaches to the working out of anti-crisis policy instruments for a national economy dominated by primary industries. The author also tries to single out the theses relevant for the Russian Federation which are contained by the third generation currency crises models.

Keywords
systemic financial crisis, international mobility of capital, external trade shock, anti-crisis policy
Received
28.11.2018
Date of publication
11.12.2018
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