Regional Development Strategies in the System of State Socio-Economic Regulation
The article substantiates the need to study the issues of strategic planning the development of the territories of the Russian Federation in modern economic conditions. The role of state regulation in solving the issues of rationalization in financial resources distribution to create optimum conditions to form the socio-economic environment of regional development is determined. The resource base of regional development is studied. The main problems affecting the formation of the system for regional development strategic planning are identified. Currently, the legislative and regulatory framework for strategic planning and forecasting available in Russia is mainly descriptive, which is a serious obstacle for the formation of a unified territorial development scheme. The problems presented in the article show that in this situation, the task of optimizing the system of centralized regions management advances to the forefront. It is the strategic vision of the formation of the national economic complex in the development of the state that will optimize this system. The most effective directions for the strategic development of Russian regions, forming the general level of state development are proposed. Despite the already established system of relatively independent planning regions' development by the regions themselves, the role of the state in the final determining the direction of socio-economic development in general remains unchanged. It is the state that chooses the methods of regulation. Solving these tasks will enable the state to form and control the system of strategic planning for the development of regions and the state as a whole as efficiently as possible.
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- Candidate of Economics Sciences, Associate Professor, Finance, Credit and Statistics Department, Chuvash State University, Russia, Cheboksary (email@example.com)
Bondarenko N.V. Regional Development Strategies in the System of State Socio-Economic Regulation [Electronic resource] // Oeconomia et Jus. – 2021. – №1. P. 13-20. – URL: http://oecomia-et-jus.ru/en/single/2021/1/2/. DOI: 10.47026/2499-9636-2021-1-13-20.