Global Prosperity

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EISSN : 2787-9364
Published by: OKTAN PRINT s.r.o. (10.46489)
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Volodymyr Azarian, Kryvyi Rih National University
Published: 25 July 2021
Global Prosperity, Volume 2, pp 3-10; https://doi.org/10.46489/gpj.2021-1-2-1

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The article aims to substantiate the periodicity of the definition of the maintenance of a valuable component in faces. Information about the content of the valuable component is necessary to comply with the requirements of the enrichment complex while ensuring the process of the total cargo flow formation. Traditionally, in iron ore quarries, technical control services measure the content of the valuable component every shift, but the testing period requires determination. We aimed to justify the period of testing the quality characteristics of iron ore. To achieve the aim, we explored the quarry № 3 of the PJSC "ArcelorMittal Kryvyi Rih" Mining Department based on the provisions of the mining theory and using mathematical modelling and mathematical statistics methods. We developed a method of substantiating the period of testing the qualitative characteristics of the faces, which we checked based on data from the existing enterprise. Using our method, we proved the possibility of increasing the test period without losing the necessary information about the iron content and without reducing the quality characteristics of the formed final ore flow. Increasing the test period will help companies decrease costs by reducing the number of visits of technical control specialists to test the quarry face. The proposed technique can be helpful to any mining company that supports the data collection and maintain the statistical database of measurements of the valuable component content
, Lviv University of Business and Law
Published: 25 July 2021
Global Prosperity, Volume 2, pp 11-16; https://doi.org/10.46489/gpj.2021-1-2-2

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In this article, we have considered the complex problem of developing and realizing the potential of young people in the light of the challenges that arise in the modern world. Young people are a vulnerable social group for whom state and local support is essential. Problems in employment can shake the incentive for young people to develop their potential. We investigated the impact of educational and social space on the development of one of the components of youth potential - potential in event management. We emphasized that the development of this component can be a good impetus for intensifying the entrepreneurial activity of young people. However, youth employment and entrepreneurship in event management need care from the state and intensification of informal social control mechanisms. We have formed recommendations that will allow integrating the processes of social development and development of youth potential in event management. This work can be helpful for public authorities, educational institutions and public organizations.
Zhanna Zavalna, V.N. Karazin Kharkov National University, Mykola Starynskyi
Published: 25 July 2021
Global Prosperity, Volume 2, pp 29-36; https://doi.org/10.46489/gpj.2021-1-2-5

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The article analyses the agreement basis for state sovereignty as established and implemented in the European Union. The research aims to study the agreement-based regulation used by the EU Member States to create a stable position of Ukraine on its way to becoming a member of the European Union. The research allowed finding out that the member states do not transfer their powers in their economic and social fields but only delegate them. The analysis of the treaties concerning the establishment and functioning of the European Union proves the existence of specific organisational and legal intervention measures that the countries agree to when joining the treaty union. The agreement-based rearrangement of powers between the EU and its member states lets the latter obtain their special legal personalities regarding the conclusion of agreements among themselves and at the same time preserve complete economic sovereignty in their relations with the countries that are not member states of the EU. When joining the European Union, its member states voluntarily and on a negotiable basis agree to certain restrictions and prohibitions binding in their economy. Furthermore, the EC Treaty provides for the improved protection of interests for the economic community as compared with the protection of national interests of the member states though it is not excluded that the latter can be taken into consideration when adopting the national laws of a member state to the EU legislation.
Lesia Zelman, Lviv University of Business and Law, Oleksandr Mykytenko
Published: 25 July 2021
Global Prosperity, Volume 2, pp 23-28; https://doi.org/10.46489/gpj.2021-1-2-4

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We have considered the features of professional training of specialists in the hotel and restaurant business and tourism. In the analysis of the curriculum, we appear to find a place in the training of future specialists in hotel and restaurant business and tourism in the study of humanities, namely: "Ukrainian language for professional purposes", "World culture and art", "Foreign language for professional orientation", "Fundamentals of professional ethics and culture of communication", and other. During the course, participants of the educational process must make efforts to form a communicative culture, critical thinking and aesthetics of speech. Future masters of hotel and restaurant business and tourism must be at a high level of management of communicative culture and content to think critically. The humanities cycle subjects basing on the text, with the help of which educational activities are carried out, training of future specialists of hotel and restaurant enterprises and tourism takes part in professional texts that help students accumulate professional terminology and form professional skills. We concluded that introducing elements of the dual system of education is a positive trend in the training of hotel and restaurant professionals and tourism. Students can assimilate and improve communication culture, see bottlenecks and make an effort to correct and improve themselves.
R.A. Oke, Forestry Research Institute of Nigeria, O.O. Adetola, Y.T. Owoeye, N.N. Akemien, B.O. Adaaja, V.R. Bakpolor, M.O. Murtala
Published: 25 July 2021
Global Prosperity, Volume 2, pp 17-22; https://doi.org/10.46489/gpj.2021-1-2-3

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Pollution is a great issue of the environment that is gaining global attention currently because industrial development has disturbed the ecosystem of the world and depleting the ozone. It has resulted in global warming and increased the temperature, which has changed the climate at different levels globally. According to a world report, about 25% of forest land is required for ecosystem favourability. There are so many trees which are grown in the world. Among these trees, Eucalyptus is very popular and was first grown in Australia. This plant has both economic and health benefits. Pharmacologists converted this plant into medicine for different health disease control in the world. Essential Oil squeezed from the leaf and bark of the tree and leaves also possess great benefits. The well-known diseases are blood pressure, diabetes, Arthritis, plague, Cough etc., while it is also used for mosquitoes, termites, and white ants control. The plant also has its disadvantage; it decreases the water table and disturbs the tube well system. Those plants need much water, so they compete with other plants in the area and affect the size of the plant. The major objective was to review the socio-economic and medicinal value of the eucalyptus tree. Total 19 articles were downloaded from the net and reviewed in depth. The result indicates that the Eucalyptus tree has many socio-economic and medicinal values
Liudmyla Matviichuk, Lesya Ukrainka Volyn National University, Iryna Karpiuk
Published: 25 April 2021
Global Prosperity, Volume 1, pp 32-39; https://doi.org/10.46489/gpj.2021-1-1-9

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The article considers the main directions of the quality assurance of tourist services at the region's level. We proved that the qualitative development of tourist regions requires changes in the structure of production of a tourist product and significant changes in the organization of its production. The current state of services in the regions of Ukraine is under the impact of a significant number of factors. The main determinants are the "COVID-19" pandemic spread, increasing number of natural and anthropogenic disasters, the spread of terrorism and hostilities, et cetera. All these factors hinder the development of services. However, to promote domestic tourism as one of the areas of service in Ukraine, the pandemic was more resultative than joined industry reforms. Today, there is an increase in domestic tourists, and the tourism industry could get significant profits from the surge of domestic tourism. However, most of these trips are self-organized. In addition, most current tourists are looking for new experiences that allow relaxing, see and hear, and feel, taste, try, and learn about the area through cuisine, traditions, and ceremonies to take part in them. Therefore, we tried to substantiate new ways to improve the quality of service in the regions of Ukraine. The analysis of factors influencing the quality of regional tourist services is essential for the future development
Olena Bochko, Lviv Polytechnic National University, , Ignacy Petetskyi, Kestutis Liekis, Birute Aleksandraviciute
Published: 25 April 2021
Global Prosperity, Volume 1, pp 13-21; https://doi.org/10.46489/gpj.2021-1-1-7

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The article presents the investigation of the market of confectionery products in Ukraine. We identified the reasons mentioned by consumers while choosing domestic producers, namely price availability, high quality, the trend of domestic goods consumption, a wide range of products. We analysed marketing positions of the primary producers of confectionary products, i.e. SE "CC "ROSHEN", PJSC "Confectionary factory "AVK", PJSC PC "Konti", LCF "Svitoch" (Nestle), PJSC "Mondelis Ukraine", PJSC "KhBF", ZhCF "Zhytomyrski lasoshchi", PJSC "Poltavakondyter". Based on the conducted marketing research, we found that 45% of consumers buy confectionary products 2-3 times a week and 40% - 4 times and more. Furthermore, while purchasing the confectionary products, the respondents mostly consider the price – 35% of the interviewees, brand and actions – 25%. Among the examined companies, consumers mostly prefer Roshen – 75%. Among the range of products, the preferable are sweets and chocolate – 30%, cakes – 20%, marshmallows and marmalade, and sweets in boxes – 15% each. During the COVID-19 pandemic, the purchasing capacity in the branch of confectionery products has changed, whereas the consumers' spending for confectionary products has not diminished. According to the results of the conducted research, we confirmed that 40% of consumers have not changed their spending, 35% - have reduced their spending for confectionary products, whereas 25% - have significantly cut down their spending.
Mariana Demko, Ivan Franko National University of Lviv, Nataliia Kosar, Nataliia Kuzo
Published: 25 April 2021
Global Prosperity, Volume 1, pp 22-31; https://doi.org/10.46489/gpj.2021-1-1-8

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In this article, we analyze the dynamics of active operations of several Ukrainian banks. During the last three years, there was a declining trend in the number of commercial banks in Ukraine and their issued loans' size. In order to increase the assets of banking institutions of Ukraine, increase their income, banks need to attract new customers, increase the volume of products purchases by existing customers through active communication activities of commercial banks of Ukraine. The intensification of Internet use by banks opens new opportunities for the sales systems improvement and promotion of their products. The analyzed the main characteristics of the commercial bank marketing policy of communications and the basic principles of integrated marketing banking institutions formation and the mechanism of their implementation, which begins with the collection and analysis of marketing information, based on the mission, corporate and marketing bank goals. We argue that an essential stage in forming integrated marketing communications of the bank is to determine its target audiences, which are much more comprehensive than the bank's target market, a rational combination of individual components of the bank's communication complex. Integrated marketing communications of a commercial bank should aim at forming its image and reputation in the market, taking into account the existing competitive advantages of the bank. We determined that in the conditions of Internet spread, an essential component of the integrated marketing communications of a banking institution is online communications. We formulated the main goals and means of marketing communications realization of the bank on the Internet and developed proposals to improve the efficiency of the bank in social networks
Iryna Rykovanova, Lviv Polytechnic National University
Published: 25 April 2021
Global Prosperity, Volume 1, pp 3-12; https://doi.org/10.46489/gpj.2021-1-1-6

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We analyzed the current state and development prospects of wind power generation in the EU and Ukraine. We detected the trends on many wind power generation impactors in the EU and the Ukrainian's interest in building wind parks. Such trends led to the market development of specialized technical aids for assuring transportation of equipment production elements of wind power units to the installation place. The obtained results gave grounds for directions on developing the logistic services market in the segment of delivery of non-standard on all characteristics of the production equipment for wind installations: weight, geometrical sizes, transportation conditions. We proposed an approach to delegate the management functions and delivery of production equipment for wind-power units to a logistics operator (logistics provider) 4pl-level with a package of services "industry logistics" and "project logistics" as an integrator of material and of accompanying flows. This approach should be helpful to optimize financial costs, time and reduce the level of risks in the implementation of a project to create wind power generation facilities. The involvement of a representative, a logistics operator in project activities, opens up prospects for the life cycle of logistics service for the supply of goods of non-standard dimensions and diversification of the activities of logistics operators in the logistics services market, including through the determination of the KPI for further cooperation in wind farms servicing.
Larisa Yankovska, Lviv university of business and law
Published: 25 April 2021
Global Prosperity, Volume 1, pp 31-36; https://doi.org/10.46489/gpj.2021-1-1-3

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The theory and methodology of management of socio-economic systems are constantly evolving, reflecting the objective processes of departure from the Soviet, post-Soviet and transitional paradigms of Ukrainian society. The next step is no less complex reform due to the integration of Ukraine into the European economic, social, legal, civilisational space. Today, Ukraine's European integration has become a national idea, a strategic vector of geopolitical development, which is a criterion for the success or failure of reforms in all areas of national economic governance. In this article, we examined the change in the socio-economic paradigm in connection with Ukraine's European integration development priority. We analysed the conditions for forming the European integration paradigm, explored the critical European values and the content of modern management of socio-economic systems. We have described approaches to assessing the effectiveness of socio-economic systems management at the national and regional levels. Considering the directions of European integration processes, we concluded that the European integration paradigm should become a methodological guideline for reforms in the management of socio-economic systems
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