INCLUSIVE DEVELOPMENT INDEX IN RUSSIA: ANALYSIS, METHODS, POSSIBILITY OF APPLICATION

Autores

  • Rustam I. Sharafutdinov Kazan Federal University
  • Vladislav O. Gerasimov Kazan Federal University
  • Elvir M. Akhmetshin Kazan Federal University
  • Elena A. Karasik Kazan Federal University
  • Olga V. Kalimullina ITMO University, Russian Federation, 197101, Saint Petersburg, Kronverkskiy

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.22478/ufpb.2179-7137.2019v8n4.48400

Palavras-chave:

inclusive development, inclusive development index, key national performance indices, inclusive development evaluation procedure.

Resumo

The world society tends to economic growth more and more, due to the social orientation, to so-called inclusive development. The World Economic Forum proposed recommendations and methods of evaluation of such a growth that would be very useful for the Russian Federation. The theoretical basis of work is supported by foreign scientists' writings devoted to the inclusive development, as well as on recommendations and methods of evaluation of the inclusive development of the World Economic Forum and International Bank. The methodological research basis consists of general scientific methods of perception, which include analysis, methods of system, complex and statistical analysis allowing researching the main indices of the inclusive development. The methods of the inclusive development evaluation proposed by WEF have been considered, and you can see the place of the Russian Federation in this rating for 2016. The experts of WEF have made a lot of remarks and claims to the financial area during determination of Russia's place in the inclusive index. That's why it's necessary to develop the methods and adapt the inclusive development for Russia and its regions for the purpose of forming the inclusive development.The inclusive development concept is not only the display of political programs of the developed countries but also the global aim of the world society. The work on studying the inclusive development is high-priority in the work of UN and includes more than thirty seven thousand scientists, public authority and civil organizations worldwide. In the Russian Federation, the inclusive development remains a topic for discussion rather than agenda for clearly defined actions. It's important to adapt the methods of the inclusive development evaluation for the Russian realia for the purpose of creating the national strategy of inclusive development

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2019-10-02

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SHARAFUTDINOV, R. I.; GERASIMOV, V. O.; AKHMETSHIN, E. M.; KARASIK, E. A.; KALIMULLINA, O. V. INCLUSIVE DEVELOPMENT INDEX IN RUSSIA: ANALYSIS, METHODS, POSSIBILITY OF APPLICATION. Gênero & Direito, [S. l.], v. 8, n. 4, 2019. DOI: 10.22478/ufpb.2179-7137.2019v8n4.48400. Disponível em: https://periodicos.ufpb.br/index.php/ged/article/view/48400. Acesso em: 14 jun. 2021.

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