Innovative Approach To Assessing Natural Resources
Irina Anatoljevna Filippova1, Anna Mikhailovna Ermakova2, Liana Nilevna Gabdrakhmanova3, Juliya Zufarovna Bogdanova4, Vera Nikandrovna Cherepanova5, Svetlana Vladimirovna Abramova6
1Irina Anatoljevna Filippova, Industrial University of Tyumen, Tyumen, Russia.
2Anna Mikhailovna Ermakova, Industrial University of Tyumen, Tyumen, Russia.
3Liana Nilevna Gabdrakhmanova, Ufa State Petroleum Technological University, Ufa, Russia.
4Juliya Zufarovna Bogdanova, State Northern Trans-Urals Agrarian University, Tyumen, Russia.
5Vera Nikandrovna Cherepanova, Tyumen State Medical University, Tyumen, Russia.
6Svetlana Vladimirovna Abramova, Tyumen Higher Military Engineering Command School named after Marshal of Engineering Troops A.I. Proshlyakova, Tyumen, Russia.
Manuscript received on 23 March 2019 | Revised Manuscript received on 30 March 2019 | Manuscript published on 30 March 2019 | PP: 998-1004 | Volume-7 Issue-6, March 2019 | Retrieval Number: F2806037619/19©BEIESP
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Abstract: The relevance of this study is substantiated by the fact that nonresident companies or businesses with imported means of production are always “more efficient” in comparison with the residents in terms of the system of national accounting in Russia. Thus, it aims to disclose this collision. This article shows the reasons why this became possible, i.e. due to some errors in science, theory or practice of business, etc.The main approach to the study hereof is the methods of the input and output balance (IOB), i.e. when flows of imported items are completely separated from intermediate items of domestic production, allowing to comprehensively consider errors in estimating production costs (overestimation) and results (underestimation of gross value product (GDP) within the system of national accounts (SNA) at the macro level. To correct this error at the micro level, it was suggested that nonreproducible natural resources and imported items used in domestic production should be considered not as production costs (material costs and depreciation), but capital costs financed from the cumulative profit (CP) of businesses. In other words, nonresident and mixed businesses must reimburse the country’s environmental and social losses, pay for imported items of labor from the relevant taxable (charges) funds, as well as for all elements of the cumulative value added (CVA).This article is of practical value for those businesses that develop national nonreproducible natural resources and are engaged in import substitution of items of labor (integration with the Russian economy), or for those government agencies that implement anti-sanctions in relation to the West in the national interests of Russia and seek financial resources for economic growth.
Keywords: Import of labor items, Cumulative profit, Indicators of national accounting, Assessment of costs and resources.
Scope of the Article: Cloud Resources Utilization in IoT