Cultural types and the perception of current environmental risks by local communities of the Baltic Sea region
... communication channels. The structural context and the context of communication are taken into account. Another focus is on how this perception is affected by the type of community members’ cultural attitudes (according to Mary Douglas’s grid/group model). The space of categorical variables obtained through multiple correspondence analysis (MCA) aids in clustering the cases (respondents) as well as in testing theoretical assumptions for compliance with the findings. The communicative practices characteristic ...
Commodity flow model for an exclave region: Rent-seeking in the ‘transitional period’ of the special economic zone
This article focuses on a commodity flow model for an exclave region (CFMER). The CFMER development is aimed at identifying aggregate proportions of the exclave’s economy in the transitional period of the special economic zone (SEZ) functioning. The key method of analysis is the comparison ...
Global value chains in the age of uncertainty: advantages, vulnerabilities, and ways for enhancing resilience
... chains (GVCs) to sudden shocks, as revealed by the COVID-19 pandemic crisis, and outline ways for enhancing their adaptability to the increased uncertainty at both conceptual and policy levels. We consider the concept and a typical multi-structural model of GVCs, highlighting the network complexity of the system of distributed production and trade in value added. Not only does this system bring competitive advantages to GVC partner countries, but also it entails risks of cascading production disruptions....
Implications of J. L. Holland’s theory: applicability of RIASEC structure and assessment to English language teachers of the Kaliningrad region
This paper sets out to examine empirical implications of J. L. Holland’s theory relevant to the applicability of the RIASEC model’s structure and Holland-based assessments of 240 English Language teachers of the Kaliningrad region. The results proved to be mixed but somewhat more supportive of the applicability of Holland-based RIASEC structure for assessing vocational needs ...
The technology of students’ knowledge correction on the basis of pedagogical diagnostics
This article is devoted to the little studied problem of correction of university students’ knowledge. The author describes the essence and features of knowledge correction in the educational process at university, its structural and conceptual models. The technology of students’ knowledge correction developed on the basis of this model is intrinsic to the technology of module education with the test/rating system if knowledge control and assessment. The article describes the content, diagnostic,...
Readiness for mediation among the students with the degree in Humanities: a structural-functional model
... ability to conduct social and humanitarian practices, crucial for the professional position of a mediator. According to the author, bachelors in Humanities have a certain advantage in the development of readiness for mediation. The author works out the model of readiness for mediation as a universal competence. The structure of this competence includes emotional-evaluative, conative, cognitive components and mediation practice.
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The Institutional Architecture of Territorial Innovative Systems: Towards a Spatially Targeted Regional Policy
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Monotowns: A Quantitative Analysis
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The choice of structural materials for thermo thruster on clean monopropellant
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Structural features of upwelling in South-East Baltic
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Spatial structure and development of settlements in the Saint Petersburg agglomeration
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A transcendental analysis of mathematics: The abstract nature of mathematical knowledge
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New possibilities of passive microseismic monitoring applying for structural-tectonic features detection of oil and gas fields
... injection and for other well interventions. In addition it allows to describe crosshole block discontinues structures of collector in the mode of long passive microseismic monitoring. First in the world, there is presented crosshole block discontinues model of hydrocarbon field obtained based on microseismic monitoring.
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The role of the river Rhine in the formation of spatial structure of the economy of European countries (1st century BC — 19th century AD)
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Current trends in the development of a green finance system: methodology and practice
... guiding the transformation of national economies. The focus is shifting from quantitative assessments of performance to rational choice conditions. Rationality is becoming the decisive factor behind sustainable green growth, and a change in the financial model that supports such growth may be needed. Therefore, the most urgent problems relating to sustainable growth are the transformation of the finance system, on the one hand, and the creation of a new financial paradigm based on the principles of responsible ...
Geosituational Modelling of Coastal Marine Systems
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The model of development of organisational and managerial competence in bachelor students in linguistics
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The structural–dynamic model of tolerance-based solutions of pedagogical problems
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Economic Development of the Baltic and Nordic Countries: Characteristics of Еconomic Models
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Interorganisational networking as the principal form of technological, innovative and research cooperation between Russia and the European Union in the Baltic region
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A mathematical model of conversion of GaAs substrate into thin GaNxAs1-x films obtained by nitridation of porous GaAs substrate
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Aesthetic sensitivity as a fundamental of the modelling the creative development process in children aged 2-5 years
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Network Transformations in Economy
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The formation of the political elite in Lithuania at the turn of the 1980s—1990s: the role of “moral politicians”
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Statistical analysis of tourism flows between Ukraine and the Baltic Sea Region countries in 2012—2019
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Action-thoughts and the genesis of time in linguistic semiosis
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The Functional and the Instrumental in Market Definition: a Laboratory for Natural Experiments in the Baltics
... special mechanism for coordinating interactions between economic entities. In particular, such determinants of transactions as asset specificity, uncertainty, and frequency can create a basis for abandoning the price mechanism. Williamson’s heuristic models suggest that if an activity is characterized by high specificity, uncertainty, and frequency, the very organisation of this activity precludes transaction cost minimisation through the price mechanism employed either in full or in part (hybrid ...
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The archetypal space of the palace in E. Zola’s novel «The Ladiesʼ Paradise»
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A. About the method of optimizing the parameters of antenna systems
The article is devoted to the development of methods for optimizing the structural parameters of antenna systems, performed in order to improve the basic performance characteristics. Models are considered and estimated calculations are carried out for structures implemented using symmetric vibrators. Conclusions about the feasibility of changing the geometric parameters of the antenna system, in terms of finding its optimal configuration ...
Features of the RT-Q-1 software for automated tariff setting for the regional district heating system
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Models of narrative syntactics as a tool for analysing images of states
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Parental support and psychological health of children and adolescents
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Graphs and systems. Realization of abstraction
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