Legal Regulation of Disposition of Property Assigned to State and Municipal Unitary Enterprise
... problems concerning the disposition of property, assigned to them, by state and municipal unitary enterprises, including the current tendency towards the limitation of unitary enterprises’ authority in this field, which is reflected in the Law on Competition Protection.
Предпринимательское и коммерческое право. СПб., 2002.
кодекс Российской Федерации // Собрание ...
The dynamics of agricultural land use in the North-West of Russia and the Baltic countries
... bring to the policy table? // Environment and Planning C: Politics and Space. 2017. № 35 (4). P. 600—620. doi: 10.1177/0263774X16646583.
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Trade Liberalisation and its Impact on Regional Development: Theoretical and Experimental Studies
... associated with lower cost of access to international markets. Thirdly, the analysis of regions having different industrial specialisatio n suggests that expanding international trade contributes to higher growth rates in the regions, having globally competitive national industries. The conclusions presented in this article can be used for formulating an industrial policy and a regional development policy for both small export-oriented economies, namely, the Baltic Sea states, and larger economies ...
Equivocality in Delineating the Borders of a Cluster: The Baltic’s Case
Increasing competition between states striving to integrate into the global economic system has created a need for a spatially targeted regional policy as a means of boosting national competitiveness. The regional polarisation approach, which seeks to create new ...
Rent and anti-rent in partly competitive political markets
.... Верхняя палата парламента в условиях посткоммунизма: Россия — Польша — Чехия. Саратов, 2005.
Latkov A. V.
political market, political rent, political anti-rent, imperfect competition
The concept of open innovations and a study into the strategic potential of organisations
This article analyses the role of strategic potential of organisations in ensuring its competitiveness in a dynamic environment. The author considers the process of open innovation management. Special attention is paid to the joint activities of a number of organisations in innovative research and development and its further application....
Modern trends in the Baltic countries in the discourse of identity: between sovereignty and European integration
The publication reflects the problem of new identity of the Baltics in the conditions of competition between European spaces. The Baltic States are presented as a political structure, where mutually competitive identities oriented towards different centres of modern Europe are developing. In the Baltics, the identity discourse acquires new ...
Theoretical Aspects of Cross-border Integration-based Economic Cooperation
... world economic mechanism. Modern studies focus on the evolution of integration processes, which has largely affected the key elements of the world economic mechanism from classical political economy, monopoly regulation. This resulted in monopolistic competition, imperfect competition, and oligopoly – largely, through all fields and poles of economic growth to certain elements of government regulation and social reproduction on the international scale. The author examines the key elements and stages ...
The role of brand ecosystem in solving the tasks of hi-tech product marketing
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Features of the development of an individual educational trajectory in the framework of cluster approach
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13. Kelley T., Kellam N. A Theoretical Framework to Guide the ReEngineering of Technology Education // Journal of Technology Education. 2009. Vol. 20, No. 2. P. 37—49.
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15. Walther J., Radcliffe D. The Competence Dilemma in Engineering Education: Moving Beyond Simple Graduate Attribute Mapping // Australasian ...
On Sources and Mechanisms of Coastal Area Self-development
... internal catalyst of regional economic development is entrepreneurship functioning on the basis of genetic-cultural determination. The author comes to the conclusion that an efficient regional economic policy aimed at the increase in the region’s competitiveness should rest, first of all, on the development of intellectual capital and the corresponding human capital, the revival and strengthening of the economic role of technocracy and small innovative enterprises.
The creation of a competitive investment climate in Russia as a basis for modernisation: the legal aspects
... иностранных инвестициях по российскому праву // Общество и право.2011. № 4. Доступ из справ.-правовой системы «КонсультантПлюс».
Baranovskaya Ye. A.
competitiveness, investment climate, negative factors
Kant and the Problem of Optimism: The Origin of the Debate
... two-part series, this article studies the historical context in which appeared Kant’s 1759 lecture advertisement leaflet entitled An Attempt at Some Reflections on Optimism. The study describes the requirements of the 1755 Berlin Academy of Sciences’ competition for a comparison of G. W. Leibniz’s and A. Pope’s systems and an assessment of optimism. Another focus is the philological difficulties of translating Pope’s proposition “Whatever is, is right” into the French language — which ...
The dynamic capabilities concept and the analysis of strategic potential of learning organisation
This article analyses the methodological framework of research on strategic potential of organizations in dynamic global environment. The author examines the factors responsible for sustainable competitive advantages of an organization and considers the role of intangible assets, predominantly, such unique assets as organizational and administrative skills, in the structure of potential. The article describes the features of formation of potential ...
The development of science as a factor in the Kaliningrad region innovative security
... in the system of innovation security of the region and highlights vital interests and security threats to the regional innovation system in the field of research. The author describes important factors having a positive and a negative impact on the competitiveness of the research component of the innovation system of the region. The evaluation of the development of science in the Kaliningrad region in the Soviet (1958—1985) and contemporary (2000—2014) periods of history is undertaken. It is ...
The Development of International Tourism in Lithuania: a Comparative Analysis of Regional Aspects
... The increasing tourist and recreational attractiveness of such cities as Druskininkai, Trakai, Palanga, Vilnius, and Klaipeda to international tourists, as well as an advantageous quality-price ratio of the services offered contribute to the growth of competitiveness on the international tourism market. Service standards applied in Lithuania at the international tourism market uphold and improve the image of Lithuania in the Baltic Sea region. The interregional cooperation between Lithuania, Latvia,...
Innovative economy in the Baltic Sea region
... in the field of advanced technologies, and the methods of public support. Examples of private-public infrastructure for the implementation of innovative projects are offered.
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The alignment of stakeholders’ interests in interfirm networking
... Shareholder Value, Stakeholder Management, and Social Issues: What’s the Bottom Line? // Strategic Management Journal. 2001. Vol. 22,P. 125—139.
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Competition and Interaction between Languages: A Sociolinguistic Approach
The author offers a review of M. J.Tagaev's monograph "Dialogue of Languages and Cultures" (the functioning and interaction of cultural and linguistic spaces of the Kyrgyz and Russian languages). Bishkek: Kyrgyz Russian Slavic University Publishing House, 2015. 240 p. The reviewer notes the acute character of the problem, typical of the post-Soviet states and analyzes the functioning of the state and official languages in Kyrgyzstan.
the Kyrgyz Republic, state language, official language...
A look in the past and the problems of modern mathematical education
... arousing interest in acquiring mathematical knowledge.
1. Юшкевич А. П. История математики в России. М., 1968.
teaching mathematics, spatial patterns, physical activity,
behavior and activity samples, competitiveness.
Saint Petersburg as a Global Coastal City: Positioning in the Baltic Region
... the position of St. Petersburg in the system of global coastal cities of the Baltic region is relatively favorable in view of its transport, logistics, and demographic potential and the advantageous geo-economic situation. St. Petersburg has certain competitive advantages in the region brought about by its demographic potential, port freight capacity, and the favorable geo-economic position of the "sea gate" of Russia. However, the level of high-tech services and ‘new economy’ development ...
Development of International Clusters in the Baltic Sea Region
... 2, 88 p, available at: http://files.conferencemanager.dk/medialibrary/04d6301d-b532-4d77-9d6f-90a7e38fc1db/images/Upd ated_Report_Clusters_are_individuals_Vol._II.pdf (accessed 16 December 2012).
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Transformations in the Communicative Characteristics of Political Discourse in the Current Information Space
... 2009. Transformation and development of the party in Eastern Europe after the end of the transitional decade. In: E. Yu. Meleshkina and G. M. Mikhailova, eds. Politicheskaya konkurentsiya i partii v gosudarstvakh postsovetskogo prostranstva [Political competition and parties in the states of the post-Soviet space]. Moscow. p. 32.
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Innovation performance of Russia’s Northwestern regions: a comparative evaluation
Innovative activities underpin the economic development and competitiveness of Russian regions. This article seeks to compare the innovation performance of Russia’s north-western regions, which are among the most progressive in the country, and their available resource. A review of the literature suggests that ...
Introducing Sectoral Models into Regional Management: An Assessment of Regulatory Impacts on the Economy
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Transformation of global value chains in Russia and the Baltics amid Covid-19: prospects for regionalization and implications for economic policy
... global trends towards GVC transformation in the industries in which Russia and the Baltics traditionally specialise; (2) as a response to the long-term structural challenges faced by Russia and the Baltics in creating a new generation of internationally competitive firms; (3) as a result of companies tackling the effects of the pandemic against the background of historically stable relationships; (4) as a product of strong social contacts and soft power. GVC regionalisation will be driven by individual ...
Clusters in the institutional perspective: on the theory and methodology of local socioeconomic development
... speak of the formation of clusters as most successful mesoeconomic systems. At the same time, the author emphasizes that, in economies gravitating towards the market type of organisation, the development of mesoeconomic systems is closely connected to competition for innovative rent. The article outlines the methodology for cluster studies, which makes it possible to consider such relatively new to the regional science phenomena as innovative and “transborder” clusters.
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The destinies of the Russian minority in Gdansk (translated from Polish by L. Maltsev)
... diaspora in Gdansk in the 1920-1930s. The author considers the participation of Russian emigrants in the political, business, and cultural life of Gdansk and their relationships with the local authorities. Special attention is paid to the political competition among the Russian minority, the activity of religious, cultural, and educational organisations. The article offers a review of Russian periodicals published in Gdansk. It is emphasised that a specific feature of the social and political life ...
Statistical analysis of tourism flows between Ukraine and the Baltic Sea Region countries in 2012—2019
... question is whether inbound our outbound tourism prevailed and how visa-free travel to the Schengen Area affected the number of Ukrainians travelling to the Baltic Sea Region. Two data sources were used in the study. These are the Travel and Tourism Competitiveness Index of the World Economic Forum and data from the State Border Guard Service of Ukraine on the number of foreign citizens visiting Ukraine and the number of Ukrainians travelling abroad. The study employs the statistical methods of structural ...
The «Lithuania-Poland-Russia» neighbourhood programme in the framework of the formation of the cross-border tourism region in the South-eastern Baltic and the promotion of the sustainable development of the territory
... (2004—2006) neighbourhood programme implemented in 2004—2009 and the « Lithuania — Poland — Russia: 2007—2013» programme being drawn up in 2010 identify tourism development as one of priorities, which does not only contribute to the increase in competitive advantages of the participating territories but also facilitates the formation and sustainable development of the cross-border region of the South-eastern Baltic.
Cooperation Programme Lithuania — Poland — Russia ...
Using Python Libraries for Analysis of the Customer Churn Rate of a Bank
At the present time, competition for customers among banks is escalating. The indicator of customer churn is very important for the analysis and planning bank work. Five algorithms for calculating the outflow of bank customers are used in this article. Program codes are ...
Opportunities for sustainable economic development of the coastal territories of the Baltic Sea Region in the context of digital transformation
... of unique resources of the coastal territories along with a technology-driven growth of blue economy sectors can counterbalance the negative impact of the territories’ uneven development on the progress towards the SDGs in the BSR. Increasing the competitiveness of the BSR coastal territories requires investment in digital solutions in the blue economy sectors and the creation of a communication infrastructure. The review of key innovations in the blue economy sectors shows that their implementation ...
Universality of foreign language and culture specialists in relation to a new resultative quality of professional education of linguists
... and culture specialists in relation to a new resultative quality of their professional education and professional development. The purpose of revealing the interrelation is to prove the importance of professional universality for promoting a better competitiveness and professional development of future graduates in general.
подход в педагогическом образовании: коллективная монография / под ред. В....
The cluster modelling of complex forecasting of economic and marketing processes
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cluster, social cluster, competitiveness clsutering, market segment, consumer behavior, motives for behavior
The system of transfer pricing: approaches, models, and application in the public sector of economy
... mechanism under the new economic conditions. This article deals with the main transfer pricing formation models and the interaction of financial participants contributing to harmonizing their economics interests. The application of these models to ensure competitiveness of public sector organizations is of special interest.
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advertising, Passive Voice, synonymous, competitive, construction
Cooperation between a university and employers as a condi-tion for high-quality training of specialists in physical education and sports
... assessed based not only on the mastery of educational programs, but also on the successful implementation of and demand for the professional knowledge obtained. The region’s geopolitical position makes it necessary to provide university graduates with competitive competences. Therefore, active cooperation between a university and employers makes it possible to modernise the process of training specialists in physical education and sports
1. Кудрявцева А. Г. Современные педагогические ...
Empirical results on Russian companies' innovation activity
Innovation is a vital process for countries striving to evolve and occupy a competitive position in international markets. This paper is based on research designed to evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of the national innovation system in Russia. The objective of the study was to examine innovation activity and innovation ...
Trends in population change and the sustainable socio-economic development of cities in North-West Russia
... trace the patterns of city distribution across the region, to assess the conditions of differently populated cities and towns, and to identify sustainability trends in their socio-economic development. Population change is a reliable indicator of the competitiveness of a city. As a rule, a growing city performs well economically and has a favourable investment climate and high-paid jobs. The analysis revealed that population change occurred at different rates across the federal district in 2002—2017....
Development of the Olympic movement in the early 20th century in Germany
... Physikal Edukation in Bulgario During the Period of Capitalizm (1878—1944) // Phusical Culture and Sport in Bulgaria Through the Centuries red. A. Solakow. Sofia, 1983. P. 69.
physical education, sports, Olympic movement, sports competition, German athletes
The logistics of reverse flows of secondary resources
... remains unanswered as to whether the secondary resource flows should be distinguished within them. This problem requires solution for the proper organisation of recycling processes.
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Integrated Information Environment of Professional Training at Teacher Training Higher Education Institutions under the Conditions of Teacher Training Higher Education Transformation
The author argues that the situation in the system of higher teacher education is actually better than it is presented in the media. The integrated information environment development is expected to trigger the increase in the competitiveness of future teachers and to facilitate studying related disciplines.
Особенности социального самоопределения старшеклассников // Социологические ...
Spatio-temporal patterns of knowledge transfer in the borderland
A key competitive advantage of a contemporary economy, knowledge, is distributed unevenly, tending to concentrate in cities and urban agglomerations. A border position translates into distinctive features of regional innovative development. In a favourable ...
Economic security of a border region: quantitative and qualitative measurements (the case of the Rostov region)
... caused by the deterioration of the regional business environment. A comparative analysis of the regional and all-Russia economic indicators, as well as the average indicators of Russia's western border regions and the Krasnodar Krai, reveals a growing competition between regions in the economically prosperous South-West of Russia. The study identified the main threats caused by both the geoeconomic situation and its projection onto the intra-regional environment. These threats aggravated system-wide ...
Peculiarities of motivation for sports during initial sports training in youth sports schools
... initial sports training. It is shown that positive emotions, deriving pleasure from sports is the prevailing motivation. The authors conclude that there is an insufficient degree of sports ambitions, striving for a better result in sports, and lack of competitiveness. However, in general sports remains an attractive activity.
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Professional universality of linguists: providing a rationale of the concept
... to examine professional universality as an intrinsic essential characteristic of a linguist, a thorough consideration of which provides a rationale of the expedience and necessity of the importance of professional universality for promoting a better competitiveness and professional development in contemporary system of professional education.
Субъектный подход в психологии развития взрослого человека (вопросы ...
Tourism and the structure of attractiveness of the Baltic region metropolises
... of Tallinn, Riga, and Copenhagen, and the sights of Berlin, Stockholm, and Saint Petersburg. The most attractive Baltic cities for international tourists are Berlin, Copenhagen, and Stockholm. Although the sights of Moscow and Saint Petersburg are competitive in the tourist space of the Baltic region, Moscow and Saint Petersburg hotels and restaurants are noticeably inferior to those in other countries of the region.
Rakhmanov, A. B.
tourism, structure of attractiveness, metropolis, TripAdvisor,...
Universal professional activity functions of foreign language and culture specialists
... language and culture specialists in relation to a new resultative quality of their professional education and professional development. The purpose of revealing the functions is to prove the importance of professional universality for promoting a better competitiveness and professional development of future graduates in general.
Д., Гез Н.
Теория обучения иностранным языкам. Лингводидактика и методика: ...
The principles of tariff policy and the objectives of economic growth promotion
This article considers the tariff policy issues serving as the focus of economic discussions, since their solution has a profound effect on the opportunities of the country’s economic development. The tariff policy problems impair the efficiency and competitiveness of national business and lower living standards. The government declares its readiness to limit the growth of tariffs, which, however, suggests “manual operation” and stopgap measures. The author emphasizes the need to reconsider the ...
Königsberg’s urbal elites: Between the tradition and innovation (1815—1914)
The paper focuses on Königsberg’s elites faced with fast changes in the 19th century. The city’s old merchant families were up against increasing competition from new actors – industrialists and bankers – trying to take advantage of the former. The author examines changes in the elites in the course of major economic, social, and political changes
1. Albinus R. Königsberger Lexikon. Würzburg,...