STATE DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS: WAYS TO IMPROVE
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The baseline conditions of the methodology for constructing sectoral and regional development government programs in Russia are examined in the article. A detailed analysis of the subject was given in the previous works of the authors. Critical assessment of the experience of the 1990–2000s is given. Relevant official documents are investigated. The authors propose an economic mechanism for the governmental programs’ management. The latter includes program estimation system, specific pricing and financial provision system. Foreign experience in the governmental program management in the USA and in France has been studied. The article presents a modification of the previously developed model, which makes possible to identify and estimate the need for credit at different stages of program implementation. An example of design of a single program based on two governmental programs of the Russian chemical industry is demonstrated. The authors propose to make the program flexible, including not only large-scaled projects, but also the smaller ones, which, as a result of optimization, will be able to solve important problems of the industry development. Experimental calculations have been carried out.

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investment programs, investment projects, economic mechanism, economic indicators, pricing, financial provision
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01.10.2017
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