V. V. Shmat's research while affiliated with Institute of Economics and Industrial Engineering of the Siberian Branch of the RAS and other places

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The article explores the possibilities of inclusive development of resource regions. The authors assessed the degree of inclusiveness of the socioeconomic development of Russian regions for the period of 2008–2014. The set of indicators reflecting the state of the considered system and its elements from the viewpoint of inclusive development is det...
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The paper has substantiated the applicability of a cognitive approach to studying and forecasting a resource-dependent economy. The results of the modeling of a medium-term forecast for the Russian economy using a fuzzy cognitive map have been laid out.
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For many countries and regions (both in Russia and abroad), natural resources are the crucial factor for socio-economic development. The role and significance of natural resources in the economy of different areas substantially depend on the institutional environment, including the resource regime. Today, we have a qualitative complication of condi...
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This article focuses on how to realize the still untapped potential of our oil and gas sector in order that the whole national economy moves toward a trajectory of stable growth and innovative development, so that economic policy can be shaped without separating out resource- and nonresource-based sectors as two irreconcilable alternatives.
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Russia is far from the top place in the world among industrial countries in production and consumption of polymers and other types of chemical products. Why is chemistry in our country unable to develop as fast as, for example, in China? We are moving forward at a rate that is hardly more than the world averageâthat is, we are not actually making a...
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The paper examines problems of conciliating the objectives and interests between the main participants in the energy strategy process, that is between the Federation, resource regions and economic operators. The marketability of the hydrocarbon outputs set out in the energy strategy out to 2020 for the major gas extracting region of the country, th...
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The problems of economic diversification in resource regions can be dealt with by quantitative estimations of directions and scale of diversification as well as by procedures borrowed from information science, management, sociology. An attempt at the use of the situational approach to this problem is shown on the case of the administration of the K...

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... Russia is one of the largest holders of crude oil reserves and deposits in the world [3][4][5] . Due to its particularities, for many it is considered as a country dependent on these natural resources. ...
... The study also shows that in most regions, inclusive development worsened due to the growth of poverty, the rise in government debt, the deterioration of the environmental situation, and the population's low income. Papers [39,40] analyse the inclusive development of 16 Russian resource regions, using an adapted version of the indicators proposed by the Asian Development Bank and considering four blocks-personal income and inequality, access to the health system, housing conditions, and access to infrastructure-which are integrated to compute an index of economic growth inclusiveness. The authors suggest that the position of each region in the rankings can be explained by the effectiveness of regional policy and the particularities of the development of mineral resources. ...
... In connection with the estimates obtained, a number of controversial questions arise. The growth of investments in the economy and the positive dynamics of parameters of economic growth by themselves do not guarantee sustainable socio-economic development of regions [14,15,16]. Our estimates for the regions of the Amur ecoregion confirm these conclusions. ...
... Applying innovative technologies raises the oil well productivity (flow) rates significantly (Table 2). For example, the average flow rates of oil wells operated by Development of oil and gas reserves generates strong incentives for a broad variety of activities such as research, education, equipment manufacturing, and a deep processing of the resources (Kryukov et al., 2016). These multiplicative benefits have notably a broad spatial distribution, which is especially important in the case of oil and gas extraction in northern and Arctic regions. ...