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Public Administration and Regional Management in Russia

Challenges and Prospects in a Multicultural Region

  • Elena G. Popkova
  • Konstantin V. Vodenko

Part of the Contributions to Economics book series (CE)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xviii
  2. The Problems and Perspectives of Development of the System of Public Administration in the Modern Russian Conditions

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 1-1
    2. Konstantin V. Vodenko, Valeriy V. Kasyanov, Valentina V. Koschey, Viktoriya S. Kirilenko
      Pages 3-10
    3. Konstantin V. Vodenko, Tamara K. Rostovskaya, Olga S. Ivanchenko
      Pages 11-17
    4. Elena L. Shilkina, Svetla V. Fateeva, Valeriy V. Kasyanov, Svetlana A. Ivashchenko, Konstantin Yu. Solonskiy
      Pages 19-26
    5. Valeria D. Dmitrieva, Ivan F. Denisenko, Elena N. Tovancheva, Sergey S. Chernykh, Alexander V. Suhanov
      Pages 27-33
    6. Konstantin V. Vodenko, Tatiana I. Barsukova, Valeriy V. Kasyanov, Lyudmila A. Spektor, Elena V. Volokhova
      Pages 35-41
    7. Konstantin V. Vodenko, Natalia A. Bagrova, Valeriy V. Kasyanov, Natalya A. Levchenko, Eduard E. Genzyuk
      Pages 43-49
    8. Vladimir N. Gurba, Valeri N. Konovalov, Sofia A. Martirosyan, Gulnora K. Ovrutskaya, Pavel N. Lukichev
      Pages 51-58
    9. Alexander V. Dyatlov, Vitaly V. Kovalev, Svetlana A. Tikhonovskova, Liana R. Barashian
      Pages 59-66
    10. Konstantin V. Vodenko, Alexander V. Dyatlov, Vitaly V. Kovalev
      Pages 67-79
    11. Dmitry A. Lipinsky, Svetlana N. Revina, Aleksandra A. Musatkina, Dmitry V. Boryakin
      Pages 81-89
  3. The Leading Trends of Development of State Management of a Multicultural Region’s Economy

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 91-91
    2. Stepan I. Mezhov, Aleksandr A. Zhidkikh, Natalia V. Dolgova
      Pages 103-113
    3. Vladimir A. Borodin, Ksenia A. Melekhova, Svetlana I. Kazachenko
      Pages 115-122
    4. Lyudmila N. Babkina, Stepan I. Mezhov, Olga P. Osadchaya
      Pages 123-130
    5. Aleksandr A. Zhidkikh, Miron A. Rastov, Denis P. Malyshev, Vyacheslav V. Nazarov
      Pages 131-138
    6. Svetlana I. Chuzhmarova, Vitali V. Mishchenko, Arkadiy A. Gorbunov, Irina S. Chistyakova
      Pages 139-146

About this book


This book addresses current challenges in public administration and regional management in Russia. By taking into account socio-economic factors, as well as key ethnic, cultural and social processes in multicultural regions, it identifies the prerequisites for successful public governance and regional management. The respective contributions cover a broad range of topics, including digitalization trends, managerial approaches, diversification strategies, and corporate cultures. Moreover, the book discusses the effects of ethnopolitical tensions and interethnic tolerance on public administration in Russia’s multicultural regions. Given its scope, the book offers a valuable resource for scholars and public servants at governmental institutions. 


Рublic administration in Russia Regional management in Russia Public governance of Russia’s multicultural regions Humanization of economic growth Sustainable development in Russia

Editors and affiliations

  • Elena G. Popkova
    • 1
  • Konstantin V. Vodenko
    • 2
  1. 1.Moscow State Institute of International RelationsMoscowRussia
  2. 2.Platov South-Russian State Polytechnic University (NPI)NovocherkasskRussia

About the editors

Elena G. Popkova is a Professor and leading researcher at the Department of Management Theories and Business Technologies, Plekhanov Russian University of Economics, Moscow, Russia. Her scientific interests include economic growth, sustainable development, globalization, humanization of economic growth, developing countries, institutionalization of social development, development planning, and strategic planning. She is a Guest Editor for the Asian Social Science Journal and a member of the editorial board for the International Research Journal of Marketing, Journal of Macroeconomic Dynamics Research, and International Journal of Economic Policy in Emerging Countries. She has authored numerous articles in national and international peer-reviewed journals.

Konstantin V. Vodenko is a Professor at Platov South Russian State Polytechnic University, Novocherkassk, Russia. His scientific interests include socio-cultural and socio-economic institutions and public administration. He is Deputy Editor-in-Chief of the journal Humanitarian of South Russia. He has more than 200 publications, including 20 articles indexed in Scopus and Web of Science, to his credit. He served as a Guest Editor of the special issue “Vectors & Narrative Discourses of Modern Society” in the Pertanika Journal of Social Sciences & Humanities.

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