Post-crises growth of global economy and the new industrial policy

TERRA ECONOMICUS, , Vol. 11 (no. 4.3),
p. 50-54

The article considers the stages of formation of modern industrial policy in the conditions of economy slowdown and a decline in Russian ruble as well as some instruments and methods of management of the large-scale industrial enterprises, forming the base for stable development of the Russian industry. The article also covers some measure of the state support and tax incentives of long-term development. The model of post-crisis growth of globalizing economy is not steady yet, therefore only limited number of actors of the European Union countries seeks to expand its production for ensuring competitive positioning on new segments of the market.

Keywords: currency misbalances; slowdown of economy; investment projects; industrial parks; instruments and measures of government support; clusters; management; industrial policy; competitive price advantage; tax holiday; tax regimes

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