This book focuses on the economic and political relationships between Russia and Europe, which are currently characterized by the existence and escalation of contradictions. On the one hand, the common history and geographical proximity of Russia and Europe have naturally produced a close interdependence; on the other, current global political affairs and opposing positions continue to hinder the development of common economic relationships in Russia and Europe. This contributed volume describes integration processes in Russia and Europe to illustrate best practice examples and demonstrates how both parties have increasingly come to understand the importance of international cooperation, highlighting economic, legal, philosophical, political and sociological aspects.
About the Author
Elena G. Popkova – Doctor of economic sciences, Professor of the Chair “International Economics and Economic Theory”, Volgograd State Technical University. Sphere of scientific interests: economic growth, sustainable development, globalization, humanization of economic growth, developing countries, institutionalization of social development, development planning, and strategic planning. She is a guest editor of International Journal of Educational Management (Great Britain), Journal of Entrepreneurship in Emerging Economies (Great Britain), European Research Studies Journal (Greece), and International Journal of Trade and Global Markets (Switzerland), a member of editorial board of International Journal of Trade and Global Markets (Switzerland). She has numerous publications in Russian and foreign peer-reviewed journals.
Table of Contents
Part. I. Problems and perspectives of territories’ development in macro-level socio-economic systems.- Chapters 1 to 16.- Part II. Chapters 17 to 32.- Part III. Actual issues of development of modern economic systems.- Chapters 33 to 48.- Part IV. Financial aspects of entrepreneurial activity at the modern stage of economy development.- Chapters 48 to 62.