POTENTIAL DEVELOPMENT OF ENTERPRISE SEGMENT GREEN ECONOMY THE REPUBLIC OF CRIMEA
Issue № 4, 2017, article № 8, pages 43-50
Section: Problems of efficient management
Original language title: ПОТЕНЦИАЛ РАЗВИТИЯ ПРЕДПРИНИМАТЕЛЬСКИХ СЕГМЕНТОВ ЗЕЛЕНОЙ ЭКОНОМИКИ В РЕСПУБЛИКЕ КРЫМ
Abstract: The "green" economy of Russia is in a phase of the formation and development, in this regard, it should be noted that theoretical and standard bases for carrying out necessary "green" transformations are created in the country insufficiently. Article updated task of creating a green economy based on environmental management and natural resources. The study is based on sufficient scientific and practical base for international business, certain internationally agreed goals of transition to a green economy and the direction of its development, as well as on the priorities of Russian policy in this area. Change of the legal framework regulating activity and social economic processes in the Republic of Crimea is the most favourable moment and a condition for restoration and development of its economy. Scientific novelty of the research are: classification of the principles of green economy in the macroeconomic and rental; defining resource of effects and market potential assessment of parameters of green economy, which may specify from a regional perspective of the Republic of Crimea; determination on the basis of a systematic and strategic analysis of green sectors of the economy, business development which will ensure strong growth of the economy of the Crimea; development of measures for the formation of an effective regional policy in the development of a green economy and agro-business segments, aimed at ensuring environmental and food security of the Republic of Crimea. In the article the comparative analysis of the implementation of environmental innovation by federal districts and agro-industrial regions of the Russian Federation identified potential risk factors and the growth of the green economy of the Republic of Crimea.
Authors: Kozhevina Olga Vladimirovna