Sokolova Yelena Yur'yevna
PhD in Economics, Leading Researcher, Center for Monetary Policy and Financial Markets
Russia, Financial University under the Government of the Russian Federation (Moscow)
At present, Russia is faced with the task of increasing the rate of economic growth to world average. Since the country's economy has been in crisis and post-crisis states for several years, effective measures should be taken in all sectors of the economy. Of course, the issue of stimulating investment activity comes to the fore. Despite the acceleration of economic growth in 2018, according to official figures, investment in Russia in the face of high external and internal uncertainty has not yet recovered to the pre-crisis level. The article raises the question of the need to create a favorable investment climate and the adoption of special measures and programs in order to attract domestic and foreign investors and increase the volume and quality of investments that will contribute to Russia's economic growth.
economic growth, GDP, industrial production, domestic demand, budget spending, investment, investment credit, investment climate, investment rating.
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