ERI FEB RAS
|Regionalistica 2019 Volume 6 number 1 pages 51-58|
|Title of the article||Dynamics of Multiplicative Effects of the Fuel and Energy Complex in the Economy of the Russian Far East|
Dzhurka Natalia Gennadyevna
Economic Research Institute FEB RAS
senior research fellow
Institute of Economics, Russian Academy of Sciences
32, Nakhimovsky Prospect, Moscow, Russia, 117218
|Author 2||Dyomina Olga Valeryevna
Ph.D. in economics, senior research fellow
Economic Research Institute FEB RAS
153, Tikhookeanskaya Street, Khabarovsk, Russia, 680042
|Abstract||The paper discusses the limitations and opportunities to stimulate economic growth in the Russian Far East by means of the development of the fuel and energy complex. The authors analyze the transformations that occurred in the fuel and energy complex of the macroregion in 2012–2015. Based on the social accounts matrices, it is shown that the increase in multiplicative effects from hydrocarbon production is caused by the increase in the depth of hydrocarbon processing (the creation of the Amursky gas processing plant), while the decrease in multiplicative effects from coal mining, oil refining and electric power industry is associated with a worsening of the situation on the world energy markets (prices fall, drop in the exchange rate of ruble, increase in production costs).|
|Keywords||fuel and energy complex ♦ fuel and energy balance ♦ social accounting matrix ♦ multiplier ♦ Russian Far East|
|For citation||Dzhurka N.G., Dyomina O.V. Dynamics of Multiplicative Effects of the Fuel and Energy Complex in the Economy of the Russian Far East. Regionalistica [Regionalistics]. 2019. Vol. 6. No. 1. Pp. 51–58. DOI: 10.14530/reg.2019.1.51. (In Russian).|
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