Purchases for corporate needs in Russia’s regions in 2019

Purchases for corporate needs in Russia’s regions in 2019



Objective. To consider the indicators that characterize purchases for the needs of large corporations with state participation in the regions of Russia. Methodology. The study uses relevant information for 82 regions of Russia. The methodology of the research base on evaluation functions density of normal distribution volumes of contracts on regions. Results. The results of research are calculation of four indicators’ values that demonstrate the regional aspects of procurement for corporate needs, including the contracts signed by small businesses or with their participation. Conclusions. It was proved that average
share of the contracts with small enterprises is about 20 %; the value of every indicator is significantly varied in different regions of Russia. The article confirms the lack of connection between the values of each indicator and such factors as the level of economic development of regions and their geographical location.


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Biografía del autor/a / Ver

Iuliia Pinkovetskaia, Ulyanovsk State University

PhD in Economics. Ulyanovsk State University, Ulyanovsk, Russia

Anton Lebedev, Mordovia State University

PhD in Culture. Mordovia State University, Saransk, Russia.

Elena Sverdlikova, Lomonosov Moscow State University

PhD in Economics. Lomonosov Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia


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