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Manufacturing And Consumption Of Agricultural Products As A Tool Of Food Security Management In Russia


  • Aleksey F. ROGACHEV
  • Tamara I.MAZAEVA


The purpose of the article is to develop instrumentarium for determination of the level of food security. In order to achieve the set goal, the authors use method of monitoring and economic & mathematical modeling of manufacture and consumption of agricultural products. In the process of the research, the authors test this method by the example of modern Russia and determine the existence of the problem of food security. In order to solve this problem, the authors develop recommendations for stabilization of agricultural production, as a basis of country’s food security. The authors also conduct analysis of agricultural development of developed countries and determine primary tasks, solution of which will stipulate provision of the required level of food security. As a result of the research, the authors come to the conclusion that the developed recommendations can be directions of unified state approach to solving the problem of achievement of food security and formation of agrarian policy. At that, it should be noted that policy which is aimed at achievement of national-level goal cannot be formed without relevant informational provision. Therefore, agriculture authorities must possess full, high-quality, and actualized information. Elements of state policy in the sphere of achievement of food security can stipulate achieving indicators which are determined by national doctrine and form optimal level of cooperation of national agriculture production and foreign partners.

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  • Aleksey F. ROGACHEV & Anna V. SHOKHNEKH & Tamara I.MAZAEVA, 2016. "Manufacturing And Consumption Of Agricultural Products As A Tool Of Food Security Management In Russia," Revista Galega de Economía, University of Santiago de Compostela. Faculty of Economics and Business., vol. 25(2), pages 87-94.
  • Handle: RePEc:sdo:regaec:v:25:y:2016:i:2_7

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