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Институты социальной инфраструктуры: социальная сфера села, территориальный кластер, рыночные барьеры, государственно-частные структуры, трансакционные издержки

Stukach, Victor and Astashova, Ekaterina and Zinich, Alla and Ushakova, Elena and Starovoytova, Natali and Zinich, Lubov and Якубенко, Марина (2016): Институты социальной инфраструктуры: социальная сфера села, территориальный кластер, рыночные барьеры, государственно-частные структуры, трансакционные издержки.

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Abstract

The problems of rural infrastructure institutions, in particular: social infrastructure, serving the economy of the population are investigated. Within the framework of a territorial micro cluster, it is proposed to create an infrastructure of public-private partnership in training personnel and providing employment, adapting young people to the market of agricultural labor, and preventing the outflow of young people. A model for the development of the distribution infrastructure for domestic food aid is proposed. The scientific bases for the development of the institutional structure at the national and regional levels are explored. The classification of market institutions is proposed, their development is evaluated, basic social and economic problems are identified that require solutions. The concept of improving the institutional structure of the regional agro-food market is proposed, reducing the transaction costs caused by administrative barriers and reducing the number of ineffective intermediaries. The work is addressed to employees of regional authorities, market research specialists, scientific workers, teachers and students of universities. Russia's accession to the WTO puts forward the creation and development of social food infrastructure institutes in the system of the megacity food market as a priority. The Omsk region is implementing a pilot project. In this area, about 20% of the total food consumption in the region is used. It is especially important that this type of assistance does not fall under the limitations of state support of commodity producers on the WTO standards.

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