ECONOMIC OF MINING


Original Paper

UDC 338.45:622.3:332.012.2 N.S. Bondarev, I.A. Ganieva,S.A. Kononova, 2022

ISSN 0041-5790 (Print) ISSN 2412-8333 (Online) Ugol Russian Coal Journal, 2022, S12, pp. 106-110

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18796/0041-5790-2022-S12-106-110

Title

REGIONAL ECONOMIC MANAGEMENT OF THE KEMEROVO REGION-KUZBASS UNDER SANCTIONS

Authors

Bondarev N.S.1, Ganieva I.A.2,KononovaS.A.1

1Kemerovo State University, Kemerovo, 650000, Russian Federation

2All-Russian Institute of Agrarian Problems and Informatics named after A.A. Nikonov, Moscow,107078, Russian Federation

Authors Information

Bondarev N.S., Doctor of Economic Sciences, Acting Head of the Department of Quality Management

Ganieva I.A., Doctor of Engineering Sciences, Chief Research Associate

Kononova S.A., Candidate of Economic Sciences, Deputy Director of the Institute of Digitalization

Abstract

The article deals with the issues of regional management of the economy of an industrial region in the context of sanctions. The concept of economic blockade (isolation) is introduced as a set of prohibitions and restrictions of a financial and economic nature, physical accessibility, quality components, import-export. Structurally, the elements of sustainable economic systems are considered, which are aimed at leveling the negative impact of sanctions in the selected areas. The results of the initial analysis showed that the sanctions affected about 50% of the foreign sales market of the coal sector of the economy of the Kemerovo region-Kuzbass. Following the parameters of sustainable economic systems, regional management is considered according to the elements, the use of which is assessed as effective. The restructuring of the economic complex has been implemented in the resources-consumer system, the antimonopoly policy is working to control price growth, and in aggregate, physical accessibility restrictions are removed. Sanctions affecting the qualitative component are overcome through an active socio-economic policy aimed at self-sufficiency of the basic needs of the region. Import-export restrictions are disclosed from the position of their neutralization due to import substitution and the creation of new trade relations. The system of regulating the economy and supporting the stability of the financial system in the areas of stimulating effective demand is considered. The considered management system of the regional economy showed the stabilization of the state of the coal industry, adaptation to new business conditions with a reorientation to new, more stable sales markets.

Keywords

Regional management, Economy, Sanctions, Economic blockade (isolation), Coal industry, Sustainable economic systems, Support mechanism, Economic security, Logistics, Import substitution.

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Acknowledgements

The work was carried out within the framework of agreement No. 075-15-2022-1195 dated 30.09.2022, concluded between the Ministry of Science and Higher Education of the Russian Federation and the Federal budgetary educational institution of Higher Education "Kemerovo State University".

For citation

Bondarev N.S., Ganieva I.A. &KononovaS.A. Regional Economic Management of the Kemerovo Region-Kuzbass under sanctions. Ugol, 2022, (S12), pp. 106-110. (In Russ.). DOI: 10.18796/0041-5790-2022-S12-106-110.

Paper info

Received November 1, 2022

Reviewed November 15, 2022

Accepted November 30, 2022