Evolution of infrastructure services as a factor of economic growth

TERRA ECONOMICUS, , Vol. 11 (no. 4.3),
p. 79-83

The article proves that in modern conditions of internationalization and globalization of economic relations the development of infrastructure services is a main factor of economic growth. On the basis of assessment of the level of infrastructure development of the Russian economy the author proved that a lack of infrastructure development is a significant constraint in achieving economic growth, which requires strengthening of the state policy in relation to infrastructure services.

Keywords: the infrastructure of the national economy; infrastructure service; economic growth

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