International Journal of Innovative Technologies in Economy

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ISSN / EISSN : 2412-8368 / 2414-1305
Published by: RS Global Sp. z O.O. (10.31435)
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Xie Chunyu
International Journal of Innovative Technologies in Economy; https://doi.org/10.31435/rsglobal_ijite/30062021/7601

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As the global epidemic continues to have an impact on the world economy and public health, the issue of climate change is still the core threat facing the world. The "2020 Global Risk Report" issued by the World Economic Forum (WEF) pointed out that the five major risks facing the world in the next 10 years are all related to the environment. A study on this pointed out: If governments adopt greener economic recovery plans, the world can reduce the temperature rise by 0.3°C by the middle of this century. In other words, accelerating green economic growth after the epidemic and promoting green transformation in all aspects have become the top issues facing countries. Some of the economic recovery plans proposed by Western Europe, South Korea, Canada and other countries may have a positive effect on the environment. Economic stimulus plans such as China, the United States, Australia, Italy, and Japan will invest most of the funds in non-green areas. Among them, the US economic stimulus plan may the negative environmental impact is the greatest. The Dubai's World Green Economy Summit held this year undoubtedly produced a revolutionary change in thinking for the largest developing country like China.
Mamlakat Makhkamova, Gulchekhra Allaeva
International Journal of Innovative Technologies in Economy; https://doi.org/10.31435/rsglobal_ijite/30062021/7600

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The article shows the main aspects of the formation and development of the digital economy in the Republic of Uzbekistan. Such concepts as digital economy, digitalization, digital technologies are considered. The promising directions of development of the national economy in the field of ICT are investigated, the urgent tasks of digital development in the republic are considered. The main achievements in the implementation and use of information technologies in public administration and various sectors of the economy are presented.
Oleg Meleshko, Andrii Kucheriavyi
International Journal of Innovative Technologies in Economy; https://doi.org/10.31435/rsglobal_ijite/30062021/7552

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The subject of research is a set of theoretical and methodological provisions and applied aspects of assessing the level of the shadow economy and de-shadowing of this process. The study is based on the definition of existing methods for assessing the level of the shadow economy; clarifying the tools used in the process of assessing the shadow economy, identifying ways to de-shadow the fiscal sector and identifying tasks for the implementation of leveling this process. It is established that there are four most effective methods of estimating the size of the shadow economy: the method of "population expenditure - retail trade"; financial method; monetary method; electric method. The results of the study made it possible to propose tools for de-shadowing the fiscal market, which are to increase the level of financial literacy of the population; formation of electronic databases of violators (subjects of the shadow economy); improving the methodology for assessing the scale of the shadow economy; introduction of a tax on international speculative transactions; reforming the state's anti-corruption policy; ensuring the principle of tax justice (equality) for taxpayers; provide an effective fiscal management of residents who use offshore jurisdictions; raising the level of legal culture of the population; legalization of shadow activity (subject to its legality); improvement of the "ProZorro" system; counteraction to financial crimes, "laundering funds"; introduction of tax amnesty and capital amnesty, etc. The purpose of the article is to substantiate the existing methods of assessing the shadow economy and to develop practical recommendations on ways and tools to de-shadow the fiscal sector. Different methods of estimating the level of the shadow economy are used at the macro- and microeconomic levels. It was found that the assessment of the shadow economy by existing methods in Ukrainian practice is not accurate, as its reliability is influenced by factors: unreliability, concealing or providing false information, the complexity of tracking "traces" of economic crimes, the scale of shadow economic activities and more. Identifying ways and measures to de-shadow the fiscal sector will reduce shadow phenomena in the domestic economy and in the fiscal sector, in particular.
Bulba Volodymyr, Biryukov Vadym
International Journal of Innovative Technologies in Economy; https://doi.org/10.31435/rsglobal_ijite/30062021/7583

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Обґрунтовано особливості регулювання формування і збереження екологічно безпечного середовища. Визначено залежність його результативності від інституційного та нормативно-правового забезпечення заходів з підтримки сучасного стану довкілля й збереження природно-ресурсного потенціалу України. З’ясовано сутність Цілей сталого розвитку «Україна-2030», які визначають пріоритети досягнення економічного, соціального та екологічного розвитку країни. Встановлено, що на даному етапі в системі екологічного управління існує невідповідність між новими завданнями та старою структурою, не призначеною для виконання таких завдань. Визначено концептуальні засади регулювання формування та збереження екологічно безпечного середовища як одного з чинників соціальної стабільності та економічного розвитку.
Hrechaniuk L. M.
International Journal of Innovative Technologies in Economy; https://doi.org/10.31435/rsglobal_ijite/30062021/7551

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In the article analyzes the development of the domestic stock market. It is substantiated that crop futures are a derivative financial instrument on the stock exchange, which provides for the obligation of its seller or buyer to periodically transfer sums of money to the opposite party depending on changes in the market price of grain, and (or) the obligation delivery of grain on time. It is determined that only under the conditions of joint efforts on the part of the state, the exchange community, participants of the agrarian market that will allow bringing the exchange commodity market closer to civilized bases.
Deni Wardani, Nuri Wulandari, Chico Adhi Baskara
International Journal of Innovative Technologies in Economy; https://doi.org/10.31435/rsglobal_ijite/30062021/7550

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In the Era of Digital 4.0, technology is of undeniable importance to any industry, including banking and finance. The disruption of technology and economic crisis has brought us the innovation of financial technology which is now mushrooming throughout the world. Financial Technology is an instrumental tool for financial inclusion thus has a big potential value in countries such as Indonesia. However, the acceptance of this new way of financial alternative still leaves a huge area for investigation. Especially in the acceptance of this technology as an alternative to conventional way of doing financial investment.The article is trying to investigate the acceptance of the financial technology sector to customers and the intention to use it in the future. The research found that the minimal effort and the availability of resources that facilitate contribute greatly to the acceptance of financial technology to the users. Furthermore, the result implies that social factors, hedonic motivation and habits have no significant effect on the intention of adapting this new way of doing financial activities.
Francesco Carlier
International Journal of Innovative Technologies in Economy; https://doi.org/10.31435/rsglobal_ijite/30062021/7549

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This paper is dedicated to the study of strategic management techniques for improving the return on in-vestment of a real estate company with techniques of increasing the financial leverage and reduction of sys-temic risk and specific risk of this kinds of companies. Some strategies are proposed with different capital allocation hypothesis and related result are provided.
Nadiia Pylypenko, Pylypenko Viacheslav
International Journal of Innovative Technologies in Economy; https://doi.org/10.31435/rsglobal_ijite/30062021/7548

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The article is devoted to the study of the problem of assessing and forecasting the stability of competitive positions of agricultural enterprises. The analysis of theoretical approaches to the definition of the studied categories is carried out. Based on the essence of the competitive position, a methodical approach to assessing the competitive position of an agricultural enterprise is substantiated: a method of comparing the rate of change of the main economic indicators of an agricultural enterprise and the industry as a whole is proposed. The article calculates the forecast values of the integrated stability index of the competitive position and its components using the method of exponential smoothing using the Brown-Mayer model, which allowed to assess the dynamics and trends of agricultural enterprise. A model is proposed, which can not only assess the level of competitive position of the enterprise, but also identify areas of change in the level of competitive position of the enterprise as a whole and in terms of individual components, develop conceptual frameworks for effective management decisions.
Dorozhkina Kateryna
International Journal of Innovative Technologies in Economy; https://doi.org/10.31435/rsglobal_ijite/30062021/7547

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The article considers the definition of marketing and marketing management from the standpoint of various scientists. The main tasks of marketing of an enterprise are studied as an integral part of management of marketing activities. The necessity of marketing management is analyzed, and the advantages of its use are outlined. The concept of organic production is studied; an interpretation of marketing management of organic production is proposed, which includes the study of the needs of existing and potential consumers, the development of an appropriate product range, which will be based on the requirements for the production of organic products, taking into account the wishes of consumers, the sale of products by optimally selected sale channels, which will lead to the achievement of better competitive advantages and profit maximization. The article also considers the general requirements for organic production in Ukraine, as well as the list of prohibitions for this production. The features of marketing management in the field of organic production are determined, which include: ensuring the absence of negative impact on the environment by production; compliance with the principles and requirements for the production of organic products; the presence of a transition period of production; the mandatory procedure for annual certification; the presence of special labeling of products, which is agreed with the certification body.
Ana Tvaliashvili, Ketevan Chiabrishvili
International Journal of Innovative Technologies in Economy; https://doi.org/10.31435/rsglobal_ijite/30062021/7546

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The breakout of COVID-19 pandemic is followed by the unexpected and continuous crisis in all fields of activities. Literature is describing the features of challenges of different levels in different segments of economic performance. Georgia’s economic development is experiencing inevitable changes, which are not necessarily negative. Crises often lead to changes in the entrepreneurial mindset. The companies start considering new business models for future continuous operations and long-term sustainability. We set studying the current anti-crisis strategies of the construction companies and development of recommended system framework as a research problem. There was considerable doubt whether companies had strategy and plan for handling the crisis beforehand. The article provides some research findings on how companies managed to bring uncertainties and losses to a minimum. The method of interview allowed conducting qualitative analysis of different factors impacting construction projects. The pre-crisis performance, challenges during the crisis, and signs of recovery period are characterized. Study highlights the role of government in maintaining business operations. The results of survey and model for improved resilience is developed and introduced representing recommended set of resources, components of business process for desired outputs and outcomes in the construction business in Georgia.
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