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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Grigoriy Khamitov
Analysis of the Selective Support of Big Business in the Russian Federation under Sanctions
Political Science
(Bachelor’s programme)
2016
The main aim of the work on the topic «Problems of selective support of major business in the period of the sanctions in the Russian Federation» is to identify a group of privileged business, which is supported by the state, especially in times of crisis. We consider companies that are private and state owned. The research used a special method of studying cases and used complex techniques such as monitoring of the media, as well as the study and synthesis of the information received from the cases. The study identified some privileged business groups that have the support from the state.

At the initial stage of the study it was formulated hypothesis, which is that the selective support of economic agents in our day done by the ruling elite in order to achieve their interests and motivations of economic agents obey the authorities. During the study found that in the Russian Federation there is a problem of selectivity of resource allocation in the pre-crisis period, and as a result the selectivity of the state support of large businesses. It confirmed the hypothesis that the selective support of economic agents in our day done by the ruling elite in order to achieve their interests and motivations of economic agents obey the authorities’ actions, as well as to maintain the existing political regime. With the implementation of selective support during the period of sanctions this kind of «political machine», that can support or not support the existing political regime, not weakened and not strengthened.

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