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Model Of Economic Growth In Russia Under Conditions Of Integration Into The World Economy

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  • Natalia SKITER
  • Valeri SEMENYCHEV
  • T.N. LITVINOVA

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The article is devoted to the development of a model of economic growth in Russia under conditions of integration into the world economy. Modeling and forecasting are based on the macroeconomic analysis of the effectiveness of integration processes in the business environment of the Russian economy on the basis of game theory, which is made on the basis of the analysis of alternative scenarios of economic growth in Russia under conditions of integration into the world economy. The authors simulate the optimal parameters of macroeconomic indicators for economic growth in Russia under conditions of integration into the world economy.

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  • Natalia SKITER & Valeri SEMENYCHEV & T.N. LITVINOVA, 2015. "Model Of Economic Growth In Russia Under Conditions Of Integration Into The World Economy," Applied Econometrics and International Development, Euro-American Association of Economic Development, vol. 15(2), pages 63-70.
  • Handle: RePEc:eaa:aeinde:v:15:y:2015:i:2_5
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