State and private industry – of main actors of economics

TERRA ECONOMICUS, , Vol. 11 (no. 2.3),
p. 5-8

The characteristics of two main actors part and possibility of economics mod-ernization in Russia – state and private industry is given. The activation necessity of their cooperation in processes of economics modernization is explained

Keywords: state; private industry; economics modernization; main actors; liberalism; social regulation

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