Previous title: Gosudarstvennyj sovetnik; Parallel title: The State Counsellor.
The editorial staff has paid much attention to the following aspects of investigating the subdivisions on management by economic systems: control by structural reorganizations in national economics; regulation of agriculture and other branches of agroindustrial complex; regulation in the sphere of capital construction, housing and municipal economy, on real estate market; to investigating the forms and methods of regulation telecommunication and electronic communication agencies; regulation and support of entrepreneurial activities; peculiarities of policy development and implementation in economic and social spheres; pricing policies; regulation and support of companies, establishments and associations acting in the sphere of culture, education and health care.
Scope and objectives:
Our periodical publishes original scientific articles of theoretical and practical character in the sphere of economic science as per the following main branches:
- Innovations Management (JEL – O),
- International Economics (JEL – F),
- Regional Economics (JEL – R),
- Labor and Demographic Economics (JEL – J),
- Economics of Natural Resources Management (JEL – Q),
- Business Economics (JEL – M),
- Monetary Economics (JEL – E),
- Law and Economics (JEL – K),
- Goods Quality Management (JEL – L),
- Management in Education (JEL – I).
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