Economy Business Banks №3 (65)





Igor A. Filkevich

Doctor of economic sciences, Professor.

Professor,  Department of International Economic Relations and Foreign Economic Relations named after N.N.Liventseva, Moscow State Institute of International Relations (University) of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation, Moscow, Russia.

Professor, Department of Economic Theory and Management, Moscow Pedagogical State University, Moscow, Russia. E-mail:

Alim A. Zhamanov

First Secretary, Ministry Foreign of Affairs of the Russian Federation, Moscow, Russia. E-mail:

On the issue of the u.s. expanded economic presence in Europe


Topic This article deals with the analysis of the evolution of the U.S. leadership’s stance toward developing external economic ties with European countries, starting from the period of the First World War until the present day. The subject of the research is multiple aspects of American-European relations which have determined the priorities of the current U.S. foreign economic policy for Europe.

Objectives This work is to reflect the peculiarities of the American economic presence in Europe and the system that defines the shaping of a new world economic paradigm.

Methodology This research of prospects for U.S. economic actors to expand their activity at key European markets was facilitated by methods of induction, diagnosis, comparison, analysis and synthesis, as well as through systemic approach and logical generalization.

Results and Conclusions The research conducted for this work has helped to define the trends that enhance the global competition for European economic resources against the general backdrop of a growing geopolitical tension in the world. It is also concluded that, as the U.S. is rivaled by the Russian Federation and the People’s Republic of China for the European markets, Washington tends to resort to both economic and political means of pressure on its European partners.

Keywords: world economy, external economic relations, United States of America, European Union, Euro-Atlantic.


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Filkevich (2021) – Filkevich I.A. The U.S. financial sector during COVID-19 [Finansovyj sektor SShA v usloviyah KOVID-19] // Economy and entrepreneurship [Ekonomika i predprinimatelstvo]. – 2021. – № 11 (136). – Pp. 142-145.

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Mikhail N. Kiselev

Head of the Department of Intellectual Property of llc Gazpromneft–Industrial Innovations(GPN-II), member of the commissions on the roadmap activities Transformation of the business climate. Intellectual property.

Patent research previous investments in rnd. tools and effects from the application of patent analytics


Subject / Topic The issue of patent analytics in the innovation process is underestimated both in terms of its direct impact on the process, and in terms of readiness on a national scale to radically change the situation.

Goals/Objectives  Improving the quality of pre-project study and study of business plans before the start of the investment stage in research and development.

Methodology Analysis of the existing regulatory framework and standardization documents in relation to the goals and objectives of the pre-project evaluation of the investment object in terms of patent analytics tools.

Conclusions and Relevance The author provides a rationale for the fact that the perception of the use of patent analytics mechanisms in justifying investments in research and development should be formed everywhere, as an integral part of the innovation management culture. Patent research is a set of tools for searching, selecting, systematizing and subsequent analysis of a set of patent information sources. It is not true to perceive patent research only as a tool for determining patentability or patent clearance examination, since at the early stages of development it is not so much important to create a protectable RIA or a patent-free preliminary project, but to provide scientists and engineers with access to the fundamental technical solutions of the industry and determine trends and trends in development of the subject area of ​​development.

Keywords: innovation process, innovation management, investment in research and development, risk assessment, intellectual property law, patent analytics, patent research.


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  2. Chernichkina (2020) – On the legal nature of the services provided by the state body for the introduction into civil circulation of the exclusive right to objects of patent rights, Chernichkina G.N. // Modern lawyer. 2020. No. 3 (32). pp. 45-59.
  3. Zelenkina, Pavlikova, Batanov (2019) – Modern practice of patent analytics, Zelenkina N., Pavlikova D., Batanov F., // Intellectual property. Industrial property. 2019. No. 6. S. 15-24. M.: 2019
  4. Kiselev (2017) – Problems of pricing innovative products using intellectual property in the field of state defense orders, Kiselev Mikhail Nikolaevich // Intellectual Property Law No. 4 – 2017, M.: 2017
  5. Kiselev, Kupriyanova, Nikolaenkov (2019) – Kiselev M.N., Kupriyanova L.M., Nikolaenkov N.S. Formation of the IP portfolio in connection with the development of the production of civilian products by enterprises of the military-industrial complex. // Scientific journal: Economics. Business. Banks. No. 12 (38). M.: 2019.
  6. Shamkhalov, Shirkina, Kiselev (2018) – Shamkhalov F.I., Shirkina E.V., Kiselev M.N. Risk Analysis of Incorrect Patent and Legal Support for R&