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Zhen Wang, George Kleiner, Zinaida Bragina, Artem Denisov & Alina Steblyanskaya
International Journal of Public Administration, Published online: 09 Aug 2019
Год издания: 2019

ABSTRACT
The influence of an investment in social well-being and environmental protection on the steady
financial growth of the oil and gas industry is studied, and a new interpretation of financial
growth is proposed. Unlike traditional approaches to this interpretation, the proposed interpretation views financial growth as a function of energetic, ecological, economic, and social factors. The
composition and the structure of steady financial growth are considered for Russian and Chinese
oil and gas companies. The Lasso regression, linear regression and SARIMA modelling are used for
determining the composition of economic processes affecting or predetermining the Sustainable
Growth Rate up to the year 2030. The presence of a close dependence among the dynamics of
energetic, social, and financial processes and the absence of a close dependence between the
dynamics of financial growth and the values of environmental protection indices are established
for Russian oil and gas companies. On the contrary, the close dependence between the dynamics
of financial growth and the values of environmental protection indices and energetic activities,
and the absence of a close dependence between the financial growth and the social well-being of
the personnel are determined for Chinese oil and gas companies.