Rural areas of russia’s north-west borderland: problems and development paths
... particularly, the municipal districts and towns that are closest to the national border. The study aims to identify problems in the development of these territories and provide solutions to them. The methodological framework employed is the neo-endogenous approach, which suggests the maximal multifunctionality-driven use of internal resources, bottom-up initiatives supported by the authorities, extensive use of innovations, the Internet, and scientific knowledge. The study takes into account and assesses the heterogeneity of rural areas by producing a typology of districts built ...
Client-side performance issues for web resources
Availability of information resources and client-side performance issues are reviewed. There is a generic approach to resolve website availability issues related to client side.
Антопольский А. Б.
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The methodological aspects and approaches to the implementation of automated management of banking resources under risk
This article presents the results of developing a universal basic algorithm and choosing a methodology for creating a software system of the automated management of bank resources for crediting using the optimum strategy for risk management.
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The methodological features of managing the value of companies introducing "green" innovations
... finance still lacks a generally accepted approach to assessing the value of companies that explicitly takes into account the impact of environmental factors on the cost. The article outlines the basic theoretical frameworks for the formation of such approach.
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Marine Spatial Planning: Theoretical Aspects
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marine spatial planning, coastal- marine space segment, marine geosystems, trans-boundary ...
Negative externalities and sustainability of energy sector
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English and Russian evaluative adverbs
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Russia’s energy policy in the Baltic region: a geoeconomic approach
... structures. As such it aims to achieve both general economic goals (generation of profit, market domination) and more specific geoeconomic tasks. At the same time, the policy follows the traditional rules of consumer/producer market game. Russian energy resources are delivered to an energy deficient region, wh ere the demand and need for them is stable. The study is based on the author’s geoeconomic methodology, which extensively uses geographical and general scientific methods. This work aims to develop ...
Managerial skills and the strategic potential of organisations
The radical changes in the environment of contemporary organisations call for an analysis of their strategic potential. On the basis of resource approach and its most advanced versions - dynamic capabilities and core competence concept – this article analyses the key element of potential – managerial skills.
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Human capital of young public and political figures: A resource approach
This article analyses human capital of young public and political figures in modern Russian society. Based on the methodology of resource approach and the methods of modern statistics, the author identifies three groups of young public and political figures: political leaders, political activists, and social activists, which makes it possible to demonstrate differentiation within this category....
The Development of New Trans-border Water Routes in the South-East Baltic: Methodology and Practice
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spatial organisation of tourism, water tourism; infrastructure; ...
An “ideal city”, its statics and dynamics
... inhabitants and visitors. In any case, the harm produced by their social systems to the biosphere has to be minimal. It means that the megalopolises should simultaneously be well supplied with their own renewable resources and to be well supplied with resources coming from the outside. The megalopolis inhabitants have to be well informed about the inside and outside metabolic processes. In conclusion the author claims the necessity of an interdisciplinary approach to designing and constructing an ‘ideal city’ model in Russia and everywhere. Such interdisciplinary research and development teams of the researchers, tutors, students, journalists, grassroots activists and municipal workers have to ...
Does corruption influence the sustainability of economic growth?
... question for institutional sustainability may be formulated as the following: can the strengthened institutional structure continue to deliver the results of technical cooperation to the ultimate end-users? Individuals and organizations can join in sharing resources for creating a sustainable future. Anticorruption strategies are related to the reform of state institutions. One advantage of the fundamental economic reform approach is that by linking anticorruption strategies to the reform of economic policies and institutions, the struggle against corruption can be seen as one of the issues in economic policy. Finally, all development assistance should be implemented with ...
Inter-organizational networks as seen by western economic sociology: An analysis of theoretical approaches
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inter-organizational networks, western economic sociology, theoretical approaches
Modern understanding of ‘geoeconomic position’ and the Saint Petersburg agglomeration
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The strategic potential of an organisation: A theoretical framework for research
... article considers the problems of securing competitive advantages of an organisation in a dynamic environment and focuses on the key methodological approaches to studying the strategic potential of an organisation (SPO). Special attention is paid to the resource approach and the concept of dynamic capabilities, as well as the features of non-profit organisations' SPO.
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Current Issues in the Geodemographic Studies in Russia
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The programme approach to the improvement of the physical culture and sports system in the Kaliningrad region
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The international cooperation ability of management in the strategic potential of an organisation
On the basis of the resource approach to analysing the mechanism of the formation and application of competitive advantages of organisation, this article stresses the need for the examination of the category of the "strategic potential of an organisation. The author considers ...
The methodological bases of comparative evaluation of sci¬entific and technological potential of Russia and the EU: regional and international aspects
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Geosituational Modelling of Coastal Marine Systems
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Behavioral geoeconomics: a problem statement
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Development of International Clusters in the Baltic Sea Region
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The modern problems of using the Internet in investigating crimes
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Text localization as a task of translation
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Spatial planning in the European Union and the Russian Federation
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Algorithms and software for building three-dimensional models of microseismic monitoring data
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Satisfaction of Polish Bank Employees with Incentive Systems: An Empirical Approach
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The modelling of consumer demand for food in the Kaliningrad region
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A Situational Approach to Strategic Management and Monitoring of Regional and Urban Development
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Forecasting Actions of Baltic elites: A Scenario Approach
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Modern indicators of urban development: challenges and opportunities for creating integral approaches to city management
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Land Use Change and Economics of Land Degradation in the Baltic Region
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Monotowns: A Quantitative Analysis
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