• Aleksey Arkhipov South Federal University, Rostov-on-Don
  • Eteri Rubinskaya Russia Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration, South Russia institute of management, Rostov-on-Don
Keywords: transnational entrepreneurship; transnational corporations; network business; international distribution of labour; state regulation


In the research we have analyzed the approaches to theoretical definition of transnational entrepreneurship along with the conditions for its formation and spread. We also attempt to determine the economic efficiency of network organization of transnational business under the conditions of global economic instability and the need for permanent development. The major problems related to the interactions of corporations and states are outlined, and the potential development scenarios for these relations are suggested. The role of today’s transnational corporations in international capital flow and international labour distribution is explained; the meaning and value of such corporations for the world economy is assessed. The authors also offer for consideration the stages in Russian transnational entrepreneurship development along with recommendations concerning the development and implementation of national economic strategy taking into account the weight of transnationalization factor and the priorities of economic security.


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Author Biographies

Aleksey Arkhipov, South Federal University, Rostov-on-Don

Doctor of economy, professor  in Southern Federal University, Russia, member of Expert Council of the Highest Attestation Commission under Russia Federal Ministry of Education and Science.  His scientific interests include international financial market, international movement of capital, international migration, economical geography, multinational business; he published more than 170 researches in Russian and International journals; participated in 110 conferences; prepared 29 training manuals for MBA and PhD candidates.

Eteri Rubinskaya, Russia Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration, South Russia institute of management, Rostov-on-Don

is a candidate of economical sciences (since 2004); PhD – candidate  in Russia Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration, Rostov-on-Don, Russia (since 2012) where she also serves as a senior lecturer in the Global Economy Department. She is an visiting expert in Rostov region government of the. As an outstanding researcher, she has been the recipient of a Fulbright Visiting Scholar grant at Boston College (the USA). Her science interests are focused around international economics. Since 2006, she has been research the problems of international labor migration. She published more than 40 articles in Russian federal and international journals, 6 training manuals for students, 2 monographs; participated in 35 International scientific – practical conferences and workshops. 


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Arkhipov, A., & Rubinskaya, E. (2017). TNCS AS A FACTOR OF GOVERNANCE MODERNIZATION IN THE XXI CENTURY. The EUrASEANs: Journal on Global Socio-Economic Dynamics, (6(7), 26-38.