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Call for Papers

Journal of New Economy. 2023. Vol. 24. No. 1. Special Issue on:

Institutional transformations and problems of economic growth: Russian realities


Journal of New Economy invites submissions to the special issue on “Institutional transformations and problems of economic growth: Russian realities”.

In 2022, the Russian Federation has faced geopolitical challenges that triggered changes in the organizing principles of economic, financial, logistics and industry institutions. We suggest discussing the new economic reality by the following areas:

– principles and contours of the Russian institutional environment transformation;

– problems of budgetary and currency regulation in the context of growing geopolitical challenges;

– issues of parallel imports development and its impact on the economic growth;

– structural and sectoral transformations of the economy under the new conditions;

– trade balance management and prospects of economic development;

– changing logistics chains and effectiveness of new logistics routes.


Closing date for submissions: November 30, 2022

The special issue will be published on April 3, 2023


Journal of New Economy Vol. 23 № 3 2022

Contents:

THEORETICAL BASIS OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND GROWTH

Sitkevich D. А. Shadow economy: To legalise or to tolerate?

MACROECONOMIC ANALYSIS AND FACTORS OF ECONOMIC GROWTH

Naape B., Mathebula N. C. How do petrol prices respond to variations in crude oil and the exchange rate? Evidence from South Africa

TRANSFORMATION PROCESSES IN ECONOMY

Balatsky E. V., Ekimova N. A. World-class universities and technological development: Unanswered questions

Lebezova E. M., Ovcharenko L. A. A model of citizens’ digital participation in the Smart Environment

DEVELOPMENT OF INDUSTRIAL MARKETS AND ENTERPRISES

Starikov E. N., Evseeva M. V., Naumov I. V. Industrial growth and specialisation: The impact of the government support tools

Vinogradova T. A., Kuvshinov M. S. The study of employees’ innovative behaviour at industrial enterprises

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