COMPETITIVENESS AS THE RESULT OF MARKET ECONOMY AND DEVELOPMENT FACTOR OF SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC SYSTEMS
Keywords:market economy, competitiveness, research methodology, indicators, statistics, factor analysis, financial resources, social and economic development
The study is devoted to methodology of integrated approach to problems of market relations development based on the apparent advantages of applied statistics used to draw theoretical conclusions and recommendations. Particular attention is paid to competitiveness as a result of market relations and competition as a factor in the development of economic systems. Analysis of the dynamics of Russian development in resource structure allowed us to establish the most important tasks for increasing the competitiveness of the country’s economy in the new crisis conditions. Among the resources for forming an effective development strategy at the regional level, there are significant reserves in the financial mechanisms of redistribution of the federal budget.
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