SHS Web of Conf.
Volume 92, 2021The 20th International Scientific Conference Globalization and its Socio-Economic Consequences 2020
|Number of page(s)||9|
|Published online||13 January 2021|
Financial mechanisms to stimulate the real economy in the global economic security system
1 Southwest State University, Faculty of Economics and Manaqement, Department of Economic Security and Taxation, Kursk, 50 Let Oktyabrya Street, 94, Russia
2 Financial University, Faculty of Finance and Economics (GUMF). Department of Banking and Financial Markets, Moscow, Leningradsky Ave., 49
4 Southwest State University, Faculty of Economics and Manaqement, Department of Economic Security and Taxation, Kursk, 50 Let Oktyabrya Street, 94, Russia
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Research background: The real sector plays a crucial role in the country’s economy. It is he who serves as the economic basis for creating an additional product, in close connection with the financial sector. Today, the concept of “real sector of the economy” is used very actively both in economic science and in economic practice. Favourable macroeconomic factors lead to investment in the real sector and increase the competitiveness of production, both the economy of the individual state and the global economy as a whole. Research aimed at improving the efficiency of the real sector through the development of financial mechanisms to support it on a global scale is therefore highly relevant to the economic security of individual countries and the world economy.
Purpose of the article: identification of current problems and ways of improvement, financial mechanisms to stimulate the real sector of the economy to ensure economic security of the state
Methods: spatio-temporal analysis of the identified indicators of balanced development of the regional economy in order to ensure economic security.
Findings & Value added: Findings & Value added: proposed ways to develop effective financial mechanisms to stimulate the real sector of the economy can be used in the development of economic security strategies for regions and federal districts
Key words: real sector of economy / industrial policy / gross regional product / tax incentives
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