Comparative assessment of state involvement in the economy in OECD studies [Text] / M.V. Klinova // Studies on Russian Economic Development. – 2017. – Vol. 28. – No 4. – P. 458-465.
The role and features of state involvement in the economy have been analyzed based on the system of special indicators of the countries of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD). The change in the nature of state influence on the economic system in the geopolitical context that manifests at the national and international levels has been shown. The state uses various economic policy instruments, including soft power in the form of sanctions and countermeasures, which make it possible to strengthen its control of the economy. In the past two years, this tactic has manifested in Russia’s relations with Western countries.
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