THE NEED TO CHANGE A MECHANISM OF INDUSTRIAL ACTIVITIES
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Valerii Malyshev
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114-127
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The paper considers the possibility of sovereignizing the Russian economy in the situation of sanctions by industrialized countries. The author submits that the basis for the possible independence of the functioning of the economy should be the improvement of productive activities, which will allow not only for substituting imports, but creating the condition for DOS leads the Russian economy in the present world economic order to a status of “technological power”. Reform the Russian economy in order to achieve this goal, according to the author, one should start with the nuclei of economy – the process of reproduction. The transition to the proposed resources reproduction mode, unifying the operation of producer and consumer, with each product information symmetry inter-sectoral interfirm cooperation will enable the Russian economy to operate as the economy ex ante and a single economic space.

Keywords
reproduction resources production, micro, macro, enterprise maximizing behavior inter-industry inter-firm relations, inter-sectoral inter-firm cooperation, information asymmetry, information symmetry, productive consumption, consumer manufacturing, organic composition of production resources (capital)
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01.01.2017
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