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Development of knowledge economy and providing succession in the Russian economic science / in A.I.Anchishkin. Forecasting rate and factors of the economic growth


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  • Varshavsky Alexander

    (Central Economics and Mathematics Institute RAS)


In the chapter of the monograph published to 70 years anniversary of outstanding Russian economist, the founder of the Russian scientific school of macroeconomic analysis and forecasting Alexander Anchishkin. Some peculiar features of the knowledge economy development are considered. Comparative analysis of some countries development is given as well as main indicators of their development. The analysis of theoretical ideas of Alexander Anchishkin is elaborated and it is shown that approaches and principles proposed by him are of the urgent importance in nowadays.

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This book is provided by Socionet in its series Books of Alexander Varshavsky with number e2003-2 and published in 2003.

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Keywords: Knowledge; economy; economic; science; succession;

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