Strategic decisions and risk management

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ISSN / EISSN : 2618-947X / 2618-9984
Published by: Real Economy Publishing (10.17747)
Total articles ≅ 232
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L. K. Babicheva, E. V. Neprintseva, S. A. Shubin
Strategic decisions and risk management, Volume 11, pp 412-419; doi:10.17747/2618-947x-926

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The global climate problem of climate warming has led to the active development of renewable energy almost all over the world. Many European countries and international corporations are already striving for carbon neutrality. This article analyzes the current trends in the development of the renewable energy sources industry in the world and in Russia, assesses the applicability of renewable energy sources in the oil and gas industry and the impact of the coronavirus crisis on the perspectives for renewable energy. The analysis of the indicators of the volumes of commissioning of generating capacities for 2020 is given, the obstacles encountered in the development of the industry due to the unstable global situation are considered. The article also discusses investment in renewable energy by oil and gas companies and their transformation under the influence of the renewable energy sector, as well as the participation of Russian companies in this transformation and their long-term prospects in relation to renewable energy.
L. A. Sachenko
Strategic decisions and risk management, Volume 11, pp 402-411; doi:10.17747/2618-947x-925

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The purpose of this article is to identify possible approaches to the development of the “sustainability-by-design” process, which consists in synchronizing the organization's strategy with the trends of sustainable development. For this purpose, a process of “sustainability-by-design” is proposed on the basis of the “safety-by-design” process applied in practice. As a key link in the process, it is proposed to use a system of sustainability indicators, supplemented by indicators of risk and resilience. To strengthen the adaptive capacity of companies in the field of sustainable development, the process of building “sustainability-by-design” is complemented by the inclusion of democratic procedures through structured stakeholder participation. As a result, the proposed process combines a rigid structure of values and goals with a “soft setup” in the form of democratic procedures. This will allow companies not only to reduce the uncertainties inherent to the pacing problem, but also to create an environment for the promotion of the most effective alternatives to the development of companies in the field of sustainability.
G. G. Nalbandyan, Т. V. Khovalova
Strategic decisions and risk management, Volume 11, pp 346-353; doi:10.17747/2618-947x-917

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Digitalization is one of the key factors in increasing competitiveness, which signifi cantly expands the capabilities of enterprises, transforming the business models of companies and signifi cantly changing the process of creating value for the consumer. One of the components of the digital economy that can become a driver for the development of entire industries are digital platforms, which in modern conditions may bring signifi cant benefi ts both for large enterprises, and as well as for small and medium-sized enterprises. Despite the high importance of using digital platforms, the use of digital platforms among small and medium-sized businesses is not widespread in Russia. This article aims to identify the factors that contribute to the adoption of digital platforms among small and medium enterprises.
A. B. Androsova, O. N. Orlova, S. D. Furta
Strategic decisions and risk management, Volume 11, pp 390-401; doi:10.17747/2618-947x-924

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The article deals with a problem of building an anti-trust compliance system in state executive authorities from the point of view of contemporary risk management. The authors expound a well-known instrument based on the bow-tie diagram construction which successfully helps to develop effective measures to prevent violation of anti-trust legislation cases by state executive authorities. They also give some numeric results of statistical modelling of anti-trust legislation violation risks by state executive authorities by means of the Monte-Carlo method.
A. S. Karikova
Strategic decisions and risk management, Volume 11, pp 420-429; doi:10.17747/2618-947x-927

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The complex of tools is presented in article for formation of a brand of university which will distinguish him from analogs in the market and will provide effective advance of higher education institution in modern educational space. Relevance of research is caused by sharply increased demand for educational services in the market of the higher education. The competition has become aggravated so that universities are compelled to apply more actively everything marketing to adapt for market conditions. Former tools becomes not enough in this connection to the forefront there is a creation and maintenance of an attractive and memorable brand of higher education institution. In article the role and a university place in modern educational space are described. During research specific features of branding and communications in the sphere of educational services, and also the key factors influencing formation and development of a brand of university have been marked out. Based on the allocated factors, ways of improvement of instruments of formation of a brand of the university, providing effective advance of higher education institution and its competitiveness have been offered.
M. M. Balashov
Strategic decisions and risk management, Volume 11, pp 354-365; doi:10.17747/2618-947x-915

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The European Commission is currently preparing to implement a new form of carbon regulation a cross-border carbon tax. As conceived by the authors, such a decision will force exporters of goods with a significant amount of greenhouse gas emissions during production to improve the environmental friendliness of production and, as a result, to reduce their carbon footprint. In addition, the carbon tax will create a competitive advantage for foreign companies with low greenhouse gas emissions. Such a policy of the European Union can seriously affect the economy of the Russian Federation and Russian companies that are export-oriented. Today, all over the world, more and more importance is attached to environmentally neutral technologies and industries. To keep up with the global trend, as well as to maintain the level of competitiveness, the Russian economy needs to adapt. The speed and efficiency of adaptation directly depend on system solutions both at the state level (development of the necessary regulatory legal acts and standards for reporting and disclosure of information) and at the level of enterprises most sensitive to carbon regulation (audit of the carbon footprint, modernization of production facilities, responsible approach to neutralization carbon footprint). The purpose of this work is to study the impact of carbon regulation mechanisms on the development of industry in the Russian Federation, in accordance with it, the following tasks are formed: to describe the mechanisms of carbon regulation, to assess the economic impact on the domestic industry, to consider world practices of confirming the carbon footprint, to identify threats to implementation of the national program “International cooperation and export” from the introduction of carbon regulation.
G. A. Fomenko
Strategic decisions and risk management, Volume 11, pp 366-377; doi:10.17747/2618-947x-922

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The article reveals features of the ongoing transformations in the field of consulting, planning and design in the field of regional development in the face of increasing uncertainties and risks, primarily related to climate change and biodiversity loss. It shows that the very basis of such work is significantly changing, as the world-system becomes more complex, during the transition from the concept of an “empty” world to a “full” world. This change includes increasing emphasis on ensuring the resilience of human-dominated ecosystems, a change in decision-making, using behavioral a “responsible” human model that best meets the needs of inclusive sustainable development. The authors define features of consulting, planning and design of regional development in the face of increasing uncertainties and risks, as a special type of thinking activity, in a situation of approaching radical uncertainty. The article shows the necessity of supplementing natural science approaches with the tools and practices of post-normal science and the narrative theory of beliefs, as well as the ideas of K. Friston, implemented within his dynamic causal model. Such an approach is based on a systematic approach to decision-making in regional development and pays special attention to the adaptation of individuals and communities to high risks and uncertainties, primarily climatic and natural. It helps to better reflect the diversity of geographical conditions, to clarify the range of effective solutions for sustainable development of regions and increase the long-term resilience of business.
A. L. Lisovsky
Strategic decisions and risk management, Volume 11, pp 378-389; doi:10.17747/2618-947x-923

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Work is devoted to application of neural network technologies for management development of systems. In article the analysis of efficiency of introduction of neural network technologies is carried out to business processes of three Russian companies and the positive effect locates when using neural networks in several parameters. The case analysis is added with the analysis of economic feasibility of introduction of neural networks by means of an assessment of studied indicators, an assessment of satisfaction of clients, control of the personnel, an assessment of efficiency of each employee. Recommendations about application of neural networks in the organization are made. In article it is shown that in spite of the fact that many actions necessary for introduction of system, are costly and long-term, they will positively affect company activity.
M. O. Kuznetsova
Strategic decisions and risk management pp 394-403; doi:10.17747/2618-947x-916

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In the article, a review of Russian and foreign literature was carried out, which allowed to consider the main standards of risk management and quantitative methods of risk assessment. The correlation-regression analysis of risks revealed the most significant risks affecting the efficiency of corporate innovation implementation in industrial companies. These include: misunderstanding the importance of innovation for the company; lack of financial resources for innovation; low level of support for the company’s top management for the introduction of innovative processes. A regression model of the impact of risks on the effectiveness of corporate innovation was built, which will predict the degree of impact of risks on the effectiveness of corporate innovation. Recommendations on improving the risk management system for various levels of innovative development of industrial companies are proposed, which are aimed at increasing the efficiency of introducing corporate innovations in industrial companies and ensuring a high level of competitiveness of companies.
S. V. Ilkevich, L. V. Prikhodko, N. L. Smith
Strategic decisions and risk management, Volume 11; doi:10.17747/2618-947x-2020-3-324-334

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The tasks of increasing the international competitiveness and export of Russian education within the framework of national development priorities are inextricably linked with the need to create a favorable environment for the adaptation of international students based on ecosystem and stakeholder approaches. The development of an integral and multidimensional model of the Russian intercultural adaptation ecosystem for universities and other educational organizations should take place with full recognition of the values of external and internal internationalization in all activities in order to form long-term key competencies. The model of the intercultural adaptation ecosystem should become a matrix and, in a way, a framework solution from the point of view of the strategic development of universities in the global world, taking into account rethinking and sophistication of their mission as a social institution in global partnership.The article offers a comprehensive vision of a model of an intercultural adaptation ecosystem of the educational organization with two contours – internal and external. The internal contour includes four components: values, practices, processes and structures. The external contour of the intercultural adaptation ecosystem of an educational organization also includes four components: inner Russian educational collaborations, international cooperation, interaction with national and cultural communities, and recommendations for authorities.The authors offer a detailed analysis of the factors and priorities of the necessary organizational changes in Russian universities in the context of the tasks of intercultural literacy skills’ strategic development for all participants and stakeholders of the educational process with further transformation into the competence of cultural intelligence.
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