Economics of Development

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ISSN / EISSN : 1683-1942 / 2304-6155
Current Publisher: LLC CPC Business Perspectives (10.21511)
Total articles ≅ 49
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Anatolii Voronin, , Lidiia Аfanasieva
Economics of Development, Volume 19, pp 12-23; doi:10.21511/ed.19(4).2020.02

The work is focused on solving a set of problems related to the functioning of the enterprise (firm) in a competitive market environment. The stability of the firm in market conditions is determined by the ability to optimally manage available resources, effective planning for timely promotion of new products, the ability to adequately respond to challenges posed by sudden changes in market conditions. An important factor in achieving economic stability of the enterprise is the presence of the internal concept of self-development, which combines two main functions - marketing and management system (management). In this article the methodology of economic and mathematical modeling of a market condition of firm as process of interaction of functions of marketing and management has received the further development. A model is proposed, which is built in line with the paradigm of economic synergetics and is a system of two nonlinear ordinary differential equations. It is proved that in this situation the classical linear principle of superposition loses its relevance and does not allow the application of the traditional apparatus of econometric analysis. Therefore, the most important for the implementation of the practice of economic forecasting is the construction of areas of stability of the equilibrium of the firm. According to the results of the study, the emphasis is placed on the need to develop criteria for the proximity of system parameters to the dangerous limits of loss of stability by the firm, during the transition through which the economic system changes its dynamic mode catastrophically. A key place in the work is given to determining the parameters of cyclic processes, indicating the amplitude, frequency and nature of the stability of periodic trajectories. The presented results of numerical modeling have practical value and can be used for the analysis and forecasting of parameters at separate stages of the corresponding periodic modes of functioning of the enterprises with various types of stability.
Iryna Sierova, Hanna Svydlo, Viktoriia Derykhovska, Zine Barka
Economics of Development, Volume 19, pp 1-11; doi:10.21511/ed.19(4).2020.01

Current trends in the socio-economic development of the world community have predetermined a close relationship between the parameters of the dynamics of national economies and their structural proportions. Changes in the quantitative proportions and the qualitative state of the world economy as a system determine the trend in the dynamics of the sectoral structure of the national economy. Despite the post-industrial nature of the development of countries with market economies, the source of their structural changes remains domestic economic growth, which is caused by the redistribution of capital and labor in high-tech manufacturing industries. Therefore, the purpose of this study is to formulate a general scheme for the correct assessment of the secondary sector of the Ukrainian economy based on the possibility of using analytical generalizations. The object of research is the structure of the types of activities that form the secondary sector of the national economy. The dynamics of this sector is largely determined by price characteristics. Therefore, in the analysis of reproduction processes, structural proportions associated with different price elasticities are taken into account. Since the basis for the formation of the price of products is the cost of their production, and the quantitative proportions of the economy determine the setting of new strategic goals, the article traces the dynamics of the relationship of zones and states of balanced indicators that reflect the activities of an industrial group as one of the forms of business organization. Reduction of dynamics indicators to one base allows them to be compared at all levels of generalization of data and to track trends that more accurately reflect the real state of the secondary sector of the national economy.
Mariana Demko, Yuliya Zintso
Economics of Development, Volume 19, pp 44-50; doi:10.21511/ed.19(3).2020.05

The question of the essence of the main tools of integrated marketing communications in the activity of banks of Ukraine is investigated. Their introduction in the management of Ukrainian banks is becoming relevant nowadays. Influence of such factors as intensification of competition; penetration of foreign banks into the Ukrainian market; expansion of the scope of banks’ activities determine the search for effective tools of integrated marketing communications. The purpose of the study is to substantiate and systematize theoretical and methodological approaches to the application of the main tools of integrated marketing communications of banks. The object of research is main tools of integrated marketing communications in the activities of banks. The theoretical basis of the study is the theories and marketing concepts of scientists. The results of the study allowed to determine the essence of such concepts as «marketing tools», «tools», «tools of marketing communications». The main tools of integrated marketing communications of banks as the most effective tools in modern market conditions are highlighted. Their use plays an important role in forming a positive image of the bank. Features of application of the main tools of integrated marketing communications for promotion of banking products and provision of banking services are considered.
Evangelos Siskos, Konstantia Darvidou
Economics of Development, Volume 19, pp 32-43; doi:10.21511/ed.19(3).2020.04

The paper concentrates on the analysis of inward and outward FDI in the BSEC countries, their structuring by countries of origin and destination, and how the investment climate (in particular economic freedom and economic development) affects the actual FDI influx in the region. The BSEC countries became considerably attractive for FDI at the beginning of the 2000s, and now they receive about 4% of the world FDI. All the BSEC countries are net recipients of FDI, but some of them also actively invest abroad. Most FDI to the region originates in Europe. FDI is the most important for several small BSEC economies, especially in some periods when they made a significant contribution to capital formation. Despite a temporary increase in imports, FDI also helped to stabilize the balance of payments. Most BSEC countries usually outperform average countries worldwide by trade freedom, low tax burden, fiscal health, financial freedom, property rights, and low inflation. However, this group of countries is quite diverse by particular indicators. Corruption and excessive regulations often act as the drawbacks for the investment climate. The overall economic freedom and low tax burden are the strongest determinants of inward FDI to the BSEC countries. Improving the overall economic freedom, protecting property rights, and better control over government spending are the most crucial for stimulating economic growth. Economic growth and trade freedom are less important factors for FDI.
Le Thi Anh Tuyet
Economics of Development, Volume 19, pp 19-31; doi:10.21511/ed.19(3).2020.03

The study assesses the impact of tariff reductions on fluctuations in customs revenues in Vietnam. The collection of research data was based on the official sources, namely the Government’s Web Portal and the World Bank’s website, and took place between 2002 and 2017. This paper uses the LASSO (Least Absolute Shrinkage and Selection Operator) linear regression model to estimate and predict the relationship of data series, thereby drawing a regression equation to consider the impact of various factors on customs revenues. The results have proven that tariff reductions have no negative impact on customs revenues. When tariffs are reduced, import turnover increases, the level of compliance with tax laws by import-export enterprises increases, and smuggling and trade fraud decrease. Based on these conclusions, the paper proposes several policies aimed at ensuring future customs revenues in Vietnam. As follows from the findings provided below, in order to ensure customs revenues, the Vietnamese Government should introduce appropriate policies to improve the efficiency of customs management in Vietnam; envisage accurate planning and reasonable investment for the customs office in terms of facilities and human resources; establish reasonable non-tariff barriers to prevent fraud and abuse causing losses in customs revenues.
Manisha Kakkar, Amit Kumar
Economics of Development, Volume 19, pp 12-18; doi:10.21511/ed.19(3).2020.02

This research paper aims to understand all the factors preventing micro, small and medium enterprises from growing despite their great potential, the possible existence of any internal or domestic differences in the way the entrepreneurs from various Indian communities approach business. The question remains whether there are any external or domestic differences in their entrepreneurial orientations. The work also presents some policy-based suggestions to solve such issues that hinder the magnification potential of MSME units. The MSME units offer jobs to more than seven people. However, they do not grow because of many difficulties discussed in this paper. Due to the lack of opportunities, MSMEs are unable to attract foreign investments. MSMEs can stop the migration of young people coming from rural areas to urban cities if MSMEs get developed. MSMEs represent a high-priority sector of the growing and developing economy. Therefore, we need to focus on this sector to transform developing India into a developed country. This paper is an attempt to analyze the reasons for the difficulties of MSMEs.
Pavlo Pronoza, Tetyana Kuzenko, Nataliya Sablina
Economics of Development, Volume 19, pp 1-11; doi:10.21511/ed.19(3).2020.01

The unpredictability of the development of the Ukrainian economy in the world economic space requires continuous improvement of the financial security management policy of business entities. The use of controlling mechanisms to ensure the necessary level of financial security enables the stable development and competitiveness of enterprises. The article highlights the conceptual aspects of ensuring the enterprise’s financial security using controlling mechanisms. The concept of control¬ling within the enterprise’s financial security is considered. An assessment of the enterprise’s financial security in the instrument-making industry of the engineering complex of Ukraine was made using an integrated safety indicator using taxonomic analysis techniques. It is noted that to ensure stable functioning and development of the enterprise, it is necessary to identify factors (threats) that lead to the loss of the proper level of enterprise’s financial security. To assess the impact of financial condi¬tion indicators on the level of effectiveness of financial safety management in engineering enterprises, a multivariate statistical analysis of correlation relationships was carried out and factor loads were calculated. It is proposed to organize the formation of a controlling system with an emphasis on ensuring an adequate level of enterprise’s financial security. The use of the proposed developments in the activities of the enterprises of the instrument-making industry allows increasing the efficiency of their functioning and to put the existing system of ensuring financial security to a new level.
Irina Medvedieva, Mariia Ahapova
Economics of Development, Volume 19, pp 44-59; doi:10.21511/ed.19(2).2020.05

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Nadiia Lysytsia, Yuliya Byelikova,
Economics of Development, Volume 19, pp 33-43; doi:10.21511/ed.19(2).2020.04

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Olga Zyma, Ryszard Stefanski, Maria Golub
Economics of Development, Volume 19, pp 13-21; doi:10.21511/ed.19(2).2020.02

The article argues that modern media and public relations play a significant role in addressing environmental issues. It is shown that in order to create favorable conditions for the implementation of ecological PR, it is necessary to take into account the relations not only between the enterprises and their target audiences but also between the subjects of environmental PR. It is proved that carrying out environmental PR is possible with the use of РR-tools, which can be various, depending on measures, such as publications in mass media; events for journalists; environmental measures; social-environmental advertising. Based on generalized literature sources, it has been proved that modern market relations for the support of socially responsible businesses require the use of such aspects of motivation during environmental PR that shape the consumer with a caring attitude to the environment and their health. It is proved that along with the production of environmentally friendly products, the opposite phenomenon is observed – greenwashing. Therefore, examples of social responsibility of enterprises that carry out environmental PR and are responsible for ecological problems form social responsibility for environmental protection for all market participants.
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