Tools for Analyzing Social Policies That Ensure the Recovery of Economic Growth in Russia (Part II)
The second part of the article (see the beginning in No. 5, 2019) presents the scenarios of forecast calculations for formulating guidelines for social policies to ensure the recovery of the growth of the Russian economy. A comparative analysis is given of measures to stimulate the economy and the underlying theoretical structures used in Europe, the United States, and China.
Integrating Russia into the Global Project of Digital Transformation: Opportunities, Problems and Risks.
This work was supported by the Russian Foundation for Basic Research, project no. 18-010-00456 (Determining Social Policies That Ensure the Recovery of Economic Growth in Russia).
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