Circular Economy in Developed and Developing Countries: Perspective, Methods And Examples

Elena G. Popkova
Institute of Scientific Communications, Russia

Aleksei V. Bogoviz
All Russian Research Institute of Agricultural Economics, Russia


Product Details
Format:
Hardback
ISBN:
9781789739824
Published:
09 Nov 2020
Publisher:
Emerald Publishing Limited
Dimensions:
360 pages - 152 x 229mm

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Circular Economy in Developed and Developing Countries: Perspective, Methods And Examples discusses practical examples of formation of circular economy in the developed and developing world. Special attention is paid to the experiences of modern Russia in formation of circular economy, as Russia holds a unique position in the system of international classification of countries of the world, possessing the features of developed and developing economies. 

The authors seek the goal of helping develop a new approach to research, founded on the idea that ecological crisis is proof of the necessity for formation of circular economy. Methods of formation are offered based on the determined peculiarities and common regularities, where imbalance of developed and developing countries is overcome and the threat to ecological crises is reduced. 

Aimed at academics of world economics, circular economy and macro-economics, Circular Economy in Developed and Developing Countries provides development of the theory and methodology, as well as the practice for understanding circular economy formation.
Part I. The conceptual provisions of the circular economy and its essential differences from the linear model of economic development
Chapter 1. Criticism of the linear model of economic development and its opposition to the model of the circular economy Larisa A. Ilyina, Yuliya A. Panteleeva, Vladimir S. Tikhonov and Olga A. Babordina  
Chapter 2. Principles and priorities of the circular economy Elena G. Popkova
Chapter 3. The conceptual model of reproduction in the circular economy Aleksei V. Bogoviz

Part II. Anti-crisis potential of the circular economy 
Chapter 4. The role and value of the circular economy in prevention and overcoming of economic crises Vladimir S. Osipov, Natalia A. Rykhtikova, Sergei V. Shkodinsky, Tatiana B. Fonina and Tamara T. Tsatkhlanova
Chapter 5. Balance of economic and ecological interests in the conditions of the circular economy Yury L. Talismanov, Inga V. Nikulkina, Elzata V. Erdnieva, Marina V. Karp and Elena I. Larionova
Chapter 6. Scientific and methodological approach to systemic analysis of the circular economy from the positions of interested parties Zhanna V. Gornostaeva, Ekaterina S. Alekhina, Natalia G. Tregulova and Yulia S. Chernysheva

Part III. Circular economy: methodology of measuring and practice of management 
Chapter 7. Methodology of criterial evaluation of the progress of economic systems in the circular economy formation Larisa A. Ilyina, Dmitry L. Skipin, Lilia V. Ermolina and Tatyana N. Kochetova
Chapter 8. Methodological Foundations of Measuring the Effectiveness of Implementation of the Circular Economy in the Economic Systems’ Practice Lubov I. Vanchukhina, Tatyana B. Leybert, Elvira A. Khalikova, Yuliya R. Rudneva and Olga G. Kantor
Chapter 9. System of the indicators for analyzing state managerial initiatives in the sphere of the circular economy Igor V. Chistov, Svetlana G. Bychkova, Tatyana V. Romantsova, Sergey E. Zakutnev and Igor V. Bulava

Part IV. Creation of the circular economy in developed and developing countries: a case study
Chapter 10. Ecological standards and their role in building the circular economy in the USA and Canada Ekaterina A. Orlova, Natalia B. Ershova, Viktor I. Dobrosotskiy and Bogdan S. Vasyakin 
Chapter 11. The culture of responsible production and consumption as a foundation of the circular economy in countries of Western Europe Natalia G. Vovchenko, Tatiana.V. Epifanova, Elena Y. Zolochevskaya and Svetlana A. Litvinova
Chapter 12. The circular economy in industrial countries of Asia as a method of reducing ecological costs of economic growth Svetlana V. Lobova, Aleksandr N. Abramov, Galina N. Semenova, Viktor I. Dobrosotskiy and Zhanna M. Korzovatykh
Chapter 13. Recycling as a manifestation of the circular economy in developing countries Aleksei V. Bogoviz, Svetlana V. Lobova and Alexander A. Alekseev
Chapter 14. Strategic planning of urban mining material flows as an element of circular economy Svetlana B. Globa, Viktoria V. Arnold and Mikhail A. Ashkerov
Part V. The practice of building the circular economy in modern Russia 
Chapter 15. Barriers on the path of building the circular economy in modern Russia: social vs. financial Aleksei V. Bogoviz, Inna N. Rykova, Leonid F. Malinovskii, Anna A. Skomoroshchenko and Irina S. Ferova
Chapter 16. Successful manifestations of the circular economy in modern Russia Aleksei V. Bogoviz, Oksana A. Revzon, Valentina V. Poliakova, Sona L. Sumbatyan and Nadezhda G. Morozova
Chapter 17. Creation of the circular economy in Russia as a means of acceleration transition to the market path of development Larisa A. Ilyina, Marina P. Garanina, Tatiana A. Ilyina and Olga P. Maslova

Part VI. Future perspectives of development of the circular economy
Chapter 18. The problem of unequal implementation of the initiatives in the sphere of building the circular economy in the modern global economic system Taisiia I. Krishtaleva, Ljudmila I. Chistohodova, Anna V. Bodiako, Svetlana V. Ponomareva and Tatiana P. Satsuk
Chapter 19. Opportunities for overcoming the structural disproportions and maximizing the global progress in creation of the circular economy Larisa V. Popova, Alexander V. Malofeev, Aleksandr V. Nemchenko and Larisa A. Melikhova
Chapter 20. Scenarios of development of the global circular economy: ecological crises vs. economic crises Ekaterina M. Egorova, Nadezhda V. Chernovanova, Elena V. Yagupova and Elena A. Dynnikova

Part VII. Recommendations for managing the process of formation and development of the circular economy
Chapter 21. A perspective algorithm of state management of the process of formation and innovative development of the circular economy in developing countries Larisa A. Ilyina, Vladimir S. Tikhonov, Anton N. Sunteev and Lyudmila D. Orlova
Chapter 22. Reengineering of the process of attribution of general shop expenditures to products’ cost at a machine-building company Igor E. Mizikovsky, Viktor P. Kuznetsov, Ekaterina P. Garina, Elena V. Romanovskaya and Nataliya S. Andryashina
Chapter 23. Development of Internal Corporate Control in the Conditions of Tax Monitoring Lubov I. Vanchukhina, Nelly N. Galeeva, Yulia R. Rudneva, Anastasia M. Rogacheva and Tamara P. Shamonina
Chapter 24. Opposition and cooperation of developed and developing countries during formation of the global circular economy Elena G. Popkova and Aleksei V. Bogovitz
Elena G. Popkova is the author of more than 200 publications in both English and Russian. Elena actively participates in scientific conferences around the world and publishes the materials of her research in international scientific journals, indexed by Scopus and Web of Science. Her scientific interests include economic growth, clustering and foreign economic activity.  

Aleksei V. Bogoviz is the author of more than 200 publications in foreign peer-reviewed journals and books. His scientific interests include economic growth, sustainable development, globalization, developing countries, institutionalization of social development, planning of development and strategic planning, agriculture, agro-industrial complex, digital economy, and state management.

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