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Improving Measures of State Support for Enterprises for the Development of Russian Non-Resource Export

Student: Yuliya Voskresenskaya

Supervisor: Valentina Skryabina

Faculty: Institute of Trade Policy

Educational Programme: International Trade Policy (Master)

Year of Graduation: 2021

This thesis analyzes the practice of state support for the industries of the Russian Federation. In the course of the study, theoretical aspects of the development of export diversification, the possibility of using the state support mechanism to increase the country's export potential and the prospects for the development of the concept of structural policy were indicated. An analysis of the dynamics of Russia's foreign trade and the calculation of trade indicators were also carried out in order to indicate the current state of the country's export nomenclature, analyze the degree of raw material dependence and calculate the export potential of the state to determine the most promising industries for export diversification and state support. In addition, the main directions of support for national enterprises are highlighted and the effectiveness of federal and regional support measures is assessed. The final part of the work includes a description of support programs from representatives of large, medium and small businesses on the territory of the Russian Federation and highlights the disadvantages and advantages of the existing toolkit. It also provides guidelines for improving the mechanism for supporting enterprises in order to accelerate the transition to the production and export of a larger volume of non-primary goods in the context of structural policy measures. The structure of the work is presented by an introduction, three chapters, conclusion, bibliography and appendices.

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