Issues for Development of Economic System for Subsurface Resource Management in Russia through Lens of Economic Process Servitization

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  • Natalia Vasilenko Saint-Petersburg Mining University
  • Marck Khaykin Saint-Petersburg Mining University
  • Natalia Kirsanova Saint-Petersburg Mining University
  • Arunas Lapinskas Saint-Petersburg Mining University
  • Larisa Makhova Saint-Petersburg Mining University

Abstract

The article dwells upon the main economic issues and development of subsurface resource management in the national economy. The question of servitization of subsurface resource management is discussed for the first time. The article focuses on the following issues: the mine rent, the necessity to restructure property in subsurface resource management considering corporate relations; managing the system for economic interests of subsurface resource users, the state, and society; optimizing the payment and taxation systems for use of subsurface resources.

Keywords: economy servitization, use of subsurface resources, system of payments for natural resources

JEL Classifications: H30, L89, O13

DOI: https://doi.org/10.32479/ijeep.8303

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Natalia Vasilenko, Saint-Petersburg Mining University

Grand PhD (Economics) , Professor, Department of Economic Theory

Marck Khaykin, Saint-Petersburg Mining University

Grand PhD (Economics), Professor, Department of Economic Theory

Natalia Kirsanova, Saint-Petersburg Mining University

PhD (Economics), Associate Professor, Department of Economic Theory

Arunas Lapinskas, Saint-Petersburg Mining University

Grand PhD (Economics), Professor, Department of Economic Theory

Larisa Makhova, Saint-Petersburg Mining University

PhD (Economics), Associate Professor, Department of Economic Theory

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Published

2019-11-13

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Vasilenko, N., Khaykin, M., Kirsanova, N., Lapinskas, A., & Makhova, L. (2019). Issues for Development of Economic System for Subsurface Resource Management in Russia through Lens of Economic Process Servitization. International Journal of Energy Economics and Policy, 10(1), 44–48. Retrieved from https://www.econjournals.com/index.php/ijeep/article/view/8303

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