Management and Modeling Technologies of Sustainable Development of Russian Regions
Natalya Yevgenievna Ryazanova1, Irina Anatolievna Merkulinа2, Alla Anatolievna Semenova3, Nikolay Sergeyevich Stolyarov4, Veronika Olegovna Kozhina5
1Natalya Yevgenievna Ryazanova, Federal State Autonomous Institution of Higher Education “Moscow State Institute of International Relations (University) of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Russian Federation, Moscow, Russia.
2Irina Anatolievna Merkulinа, Financial University Under the Government of the Russian Federation, Moscow, Russia.
3Alla Anatolievna Semenova, Russian University of Transport (MIIT), Moscow, Russia.
4Nikolay Sergeyevich Stolyarov, RUDN University, Moscow, Russia.
5Veronika Olegovna Kozhina, Moscow International University, Moscow, Russia.

Manuscript received on 01 April 2019 | Revised Manuscript received on 07 May 2019 | Manuscript published on 30 May 2019 | PP: 2703-2707 | Volume-8 Issue-1, May 2019 | Retrieval Number: A1327058119/19©BEIESP
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Abstract: The aim of the article is to develop approaches to the management and modeling of sustainable development of the regions of the Russian Federation. Analysis of the approaches used in the theoretical studies and practice of management and modeling of sustainable development of the Russian Federation regions has shown that it is most advisable to develop a comprehensive methodology, which includes a comparison (analogy) method as well as normative, balance, and modeling methods. The cascading method was employed to determine the element-by-element potentials of sustainable development of regions for further perspective. The proposed set of sustainable development indicators of territories allowed assessing the degree of achievement of strategic goals, as well as served the basis for planning and adjusting activities in those areas, which required special development. The calculated sustainable development indicators made it possible to reflect the cause-and-effect relationship between the goals at all management levels. It is proved that sustainable development indicators and indices should be consistent with each other and available for decision-making at all levels, i.e. global, national, regional, and local. In this context, methodological approaches to modeling allowed bringing strategic goals and indicators at all management levels in line with each other, and building a set of regional indicators.
Index Terms: Management, Modeling, Strategy, Region, Policy, Sustainable Development, Efficiency, Indicator.

Scope of the Article: Knowledge Modelling, Integration, Transformation, and Management, Uncertainty Knowledge Management