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September 2019 (published: 26.09.2019)
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Indirect state regulation of supply chains in Russia
Vasilenok V.L., Tcimbalist-Kolesnikova I.A. , Korovin E.V., Aleksashkina E.I.
The article considers the issue of indirect state regulation of supply chains, through the use of concession agreements between participants in the supply chain and government agencies. Supply chain management in the global economy is becoming increasingly important, as it is a link that unites all participants in the economic process and allows them to take a certain place in various areas of economic life. In such a situation, the development of supply chains of the country's regions becomes the most important for the state. Sustainable supply chain development improves the economic process in various aspects, such as paying taxes to the budget, creating jobs and much more. To solve these problems, the state uses regulation levers aimed at helping to expand the supply chain logistics network. The greatest and quickest effect can be achieved from state regulation only by direct impact. The functioning and regulation of processes such as pricing, income and wage policies require government intervention. The use of indirect methods of regulating the economy is the most optimal, as they are an instrument of the monetary system. In this case, the state seeks to reduce the likelihood of bankruptcy of industrial enterprises, creates the basis for the issuance of subsidies and soft loans. In this regard, the study of indirect state regulation of supply chains in the Russian economy is of increasing interest on the basis that supply chain management is considered as a way to increase the financial stability of each individual enterprise participating in the chain. It was revealed that the companies involved in the supply chain need to build a new business philosophy. Particular attention is paid to strengthening ties in the supply chains with the use of indirect state regulation - a concession agreement, which is concluded with participants in a particular supply chain of a particular region. The definition and analysis of the financial stability of an organization participating in supply chains is an integral part of increasing the competitiveness of the entire logistics process. The influence of indirect state regulation in the form of a concession agreement allows to optimize supply chain management.
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Keywords: government regulation, supply chain, financial stability, concession, transport.
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