Tendencies of industry development of the Russian Federation in a context of maintenance of national safety

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The authors analyze the dynamics of positions of the Russian Federation in the world industry. For the last thirty years the share of the Russian Federation in production of separate industries has been decreased. It shows that Russian positions are weakening in the world economy. Our country has kept high positions only in fuel and energy industries: in natural gas production. As the industry structure of the Russian Federation has been changed there has been the increase in regional disproportions in manufacturing allocation. The increase in disproportions is caused in particular by the growth of concentration of industrial production because of the regional features of resources allocation (especially oil and gas): 5 subjects of the Russian Federation account to more than 2/3 of extracting production. Fixed tendencies in development of the industry of the Russian Federation have negatively reflected social and economic conditions of the country and, finally, they undermine national safety. The situation has been especially aggravated under financial and economic crisis of 2007-2010 when the rates of development of the industry of the Russian Federation slowed down and became even negative. Considering that industrial development of any country defines its positions in the world economy and its national safety, now it is necessary to change the model of Russian participation in the globalized world.

I A Rodionova

Peoples' Friendship University of Russia

Email: iarodionova@mail.ru <mailto:iarodionova@mail.ru>
Peoples' Friendship University of Russia

T V Kokuytseva

Peoples' Friendship University of Russia

Email: tvkokuytseva@gmail.com
Peoples' Friendship University of Russia

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