Rudny Industrial Institute co-organized the IV International Scientific-Practical Conference “Economic and Legal Problems of Economic Security”, which was held at the Ural State University of Economics (Russian Federation).
The conference was attended by representatives of universities from Russia, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, Azerbaijan and Belarus.
“This event is a platform for the exchange of views of scientists, representatives of state structures, and business. Scientists consider issues related to challenges, crisis phenomena in raw material industries, scientific and technological aspects, financial sphere, and which, perhaps, are not yet visible to politicians, – said Viktor Kovalev, Vice-Rector for scientific work at the Urals State Economic University. – It is pleasant to see a solid pool of participants, young scientists, who are interested in this in many respects complex, multidimensional, interdisciplinary topic of economic security. This is valuable because the opinions of scientists become the basis for the development of proposals, recommendations for improving the policy pursued at the federal, regional, sectoral levels and making managerial decisions”.
At the plenary session of the conference the pro-rector for educational and scientific work of RII, candidate of economic sciences of the Republic of Kazakhstan, doctor of economic sciences of the Russian Federation, Larisa Bozhko made a report on “Development of clusters as a factor of economic security of regions in the Republic of Kazakhstan”. At the plenary session Igor Martynenko, doctor of law, professor, chairman of the chair of civil law and procedure of State University of Grodno named after Yanka Kupala, also made a report on “System of legal support of economic security: experience of the Republic of Belarus”; Gafurdzhon Dzhurabaev, doctor of economics, professor of the department of state and local administration of the Institute of tourism, business and service of the Republic of Tajikistan on “Priority directions of providing national economic security of the Republic of Kazakhstan”. Vladimir Belykh, Professor, Head of the Department of Business Law at the Ural State Law University, Professor: “Economic Security of Russia: Internal and External Threats”; Dr. Sci. Dostoevsky Oleg Roy on “Ensuring economic security in the border territories of Siberia and the Far East”; Doctor of Law, the head of the civil law department of Ural State University of Economics Gafur Mansurov on “Legal aspects of minimizing threats in social networks.
Within the framework of the conference, there were three sections: “Economic security in the conditions of digital agenda: new approaches to study, management, strengthening”; “Topical legal means to ensure economic security” and “Economic