Some macroeconomic features of Russia as an external environment for activities of companies

  title={Some macroeconomic features of Russia as an external environment for activities of companies},
  author={Sergey Shanygin and Ekaterina Zuga},
  journal={Proceedings of the Third International Economic Symposium (IES 2018)},
  • S. Shanygin, E. Zuga
  • Published 2019
  • Economics
  • Proceedings of the Third International Economic Symposium (IES 2018)
The industry and regional features of the Russian Federation are considered from the point of view of strategic management of companies operating on its territory. Relationships between the macroeconomic indicators presented in wide access were statistically analyzed; models of the relationship between them were developed. Partial assumptions about the reasons for the current economic situation in the country were made. 
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