Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Social, Economic, and Academic Leadership (ICSEAL 2019)

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Social, economic, and academic leadership: an opening

Wadim Strielkowski
Leadership is a topic that has been relevant for researchers since the beginning of human history. The concept of leadership can be found in psychology, history, economics, physics, mathematics, computer sciences, and virtually any other field of science one can think of. The more one starts digging...
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Leadership as an attribute of management style of women from the Silesian Voivodeship

Małgorzata Smolarek, Joanna Dzieńdziora, Magdalena Wróbel
The paper has both theoretical and empirical nature and focuses on the feminine style of management as an important attribute of leadership in an organisation. The aim of the paper is to present diagnosis features the feminine style of management on the example of firms from Silesian Voivodeship. Empirical...
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Deconstruction of a figure of the leader in the cluster world

Irina Khmyrova-Pruel, Boris Sokolov, Nikita Nogovitsyn
The modern world and people’s consciousness in this world are changing rapidly. Therefore, the former status of the leader as a phenomenon of the "mediator" of the main lines of force of culture is transformed. The main trend of postmodernity can be defined as a global clustering of reality. It consists...
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Ideal types of personality and leading communicative value strategies

Anatoliy Alekseev-Apraksin, Liudmila Artamoshkina
Currently, the world culture is characterized by clustering of the communicative practices and global cultural diffusion. Implementing the personal life strategies, a modern person usually does not associate oneself with ancestral traditions and often demonstrates outstanding results attaining recognition...
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Intercultural competence development and cultural integration: a case of regional leadership

Rumiya Tangalycheva
This paper focuses on the intercultural competences and cultural integration as a case of building a leading position of a region. The paper uses Saint Petersburg region as a specific case study. In Saint Petersburg, the proportion of citizens who positively assess the state of inter-ethnic relations...
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Leadership vs mobbing

Aida Guliyeva, Ulviyya Rzayeva
This paper examines the influence of business and personal qualities of a manager on social tensions in the workplace. Our findings ascertain of mobbing in the workplace which provides for instances of activities against some employees, degrading the honor and dignity of the person, the issue. It becomes...
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Self-leadership and leadership: the relationship of concepts

Valentina Parakhina, Olga Boris, Wadim Strielkowski
The paper investigates the relationship between the concepts of "leadership" and "self-leadership". It is revealed that these concepts have both a common basis and significant differences. Leadership includes such competencies: self-setting by the employee of naturally motivated goals and objectives,...
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The impact of gender transformation on the leadership qualities of men and women

Natalia Korostyleva, Ludmila Kovaleva
During the 2000s and 2010s, Russian Federation is undergoing significant socio-economic transformations that entail changes in all spheres of public life, including in the sphere of leadership. There is a tendency to expand the gender roles of women in many areas. Women increasingly claim their rights...
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Labour market of the Eurasian Economic Union: the leading role of migration

Tatyana Luzina, Olga Elfimova, Valeriya Vysotckaya
This paper focuses on the labour market issues in the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU). Moreover, it highlights the leading role and the importance of migration in the context of the development of this market. The social and economic importance of the labour market in the countries of the Eurasian Economic...
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The leading role of expert communities in modern organizations

Maria Volkova, Nikolay Pruel
This paper focuses on the leading role of expert communities in the modern society. The aim of our research is to broaden current knowledge of expert systems in the field of management sociology. The authors present the main sociological theories of foreign and Russian scientists that are related to...
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Leadership in the Russian literature of the 19th century

Alexander Govorunov, Oleg Nogovitsyn
In the Russian classical literature of 19st century, one can find a variety of leadership patterns, expressed with psychological and philosophical depth. Absolute power, indifferent to life of a common ‘small’ man – this key problem was developed in Pushkin’s poem ‘Bronze Horseman’. Power that solve...
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The phenomenon of leadership in the modern world

Mariya Fleychuk, Iryna Moyseyenko, Tatyana Khudyakova
This paper focuses on the main features of modern leadership. The authors analyze historical and future tendencies of leadership development. Moreover, we focus on the phenomenon of leadership in the modern complex and globalized world. The paper scrutinizes the latest findings in psychology and emotional...
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Improvements in the methodology of identifying the leading cinematography companies

Marina Ivanova, Tatiana Rtisheva
State support is currently playing a key role in the production and distribution of commercial films in Russian Federation. Consequently, this support creates certain economic dependence of film production on the state and this dependence keeps growing. The protectionist model of state support that had...
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Competence of a leader - a manager in an organization

Halina Sobocka-Szczapa
The functioning of modern market economy systems, as well as the business entities operating in them, is increasingly dependent on the quality of human resources that is used in human capital management processes. No less significance in this context is the satisfaction of employees who, while implementing...
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Innovative development as the basis of a leading position of the economy

Tatyana Chekulina, Svetlana Deminova, Natalia Suchkova
The experience of economically developed countries shows that the achievement of leading positions, sustainable development, economic progress of society is ensured on the basis of innovations which are the result of combining scientific and technical progress with economic needs. With regard to the...
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Dividend policy of leading state-owned enterprises in Poland

Radosław Pastusiak, Magdalena Jasiniak
Dividend policy has been the leading topic for researchers for over half a century and is the subject of scientific investigation both in theoretical and empirical terms. However, empirical studies have not yet provided support for any particular theory. In our paper, we analyse the dividend policy of...
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Emerging economic leadership: insights into recent trends of capital movement

Manuela Tvaronavičienė
The presented paper aims to reveal the latest trends of the international capital movement. The following countries/regions are being considered: China, Eastern Europe, Latin America, North America and Western Europe during the years of 2013-2017. Classic economic theory suggests that better developed...
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Leading methods for promoting finished product quality

Serhii Tkachenko, Igor Britchenko, Maksym Bezpartochnyi
Modern promising theoretical and methodological studies have reasonably shown that the issue of bonuses significance in the production and economic mechanism is not controversial. Currently, an order has been established where economic incentive funds are formed according to fixed standards, approved...
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Leading approaches for the management of industrial enterprises

Svetlana Vasilyeva, Raisa Krayneva, Svetlana Chinahova
This paper focuses on assessing the leading approaches for the effective management of industrial enterprises. Moreover, it studies the problems of theory and practices of leading and curating these enterprises to achieve profit and success. The paper describes the leading role of service innovations...
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Personal financial investments: leading trends and growth factors

Natalia Boldyreva, Liudmila Reshetnikova, Valeria Cheymetova
The development of market relations in Russia is directly related to the formation and development of the financial market which is considered in developed countries as an attractive alternative to a bank deposit for investing household savings. At the same time, the overwhelming majority of the population...
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Content marketing model for leading web content management

Iryna Diachuk, Igor Britchenko, Maksym Bezpartochnyi
This paper is envisaged to provide the Ukrainian businesses with suggestions for a content marketing model for the effective management of website content in order to ensure its leading position on the European and world markets. Our study employed qualitative data collection with semi-structured interviews,...
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Business “splitting” as a way for business entity to retain its leading positions on the market

Olga Averyanova, Evgeniya Alekseeva, Iuliia Litvinova
Our paper addresses the issue of mapping the problems and gaps in the sphere of legal regulation of large business activity with leading market position retained through the use of controversial corporate technologies. In particular, we study and analyse the structural construction of features and characteristics...
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Leadership as a new time marketing strategy

Irina Firsova, Yulia Grusina, Svetlana Azarova
Business leaders occupy a large market share of a particular product and dominate there, compared to the competitors. To maintain its dominant positions, the leader should strive to expand the market as a whole and its segment, to find new consumers, and so on. A leader can be admired and respected,...
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The tax manoeuvre in the oil industry as a threat of Russia’s claim of world leadership

Viktoriia Degtereva, Natalia Putinceva, Elena Glyass
Back in 2019, Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev stated that Russia has to become the locomotive for the world economy and the centre of gravity. However, Russia does not use this main competitive advantage – being a major energy power, although it could provide a global leadership role for the country....
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Leading role of the state in the audit of efficiency of using budgetary means: organizational and methodological bases

Svetlana Suvorova, Inna Butenko, Alla Kovaleva
The leading role of the state in the financial control of the efficiency of the distribution and use of budgetary financial flows is based on the rapid development and modernization of the economy on an innovative basis in modern socio-economic conditions. The integration of economic processes in general,...
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Banking liquidity as a leading approach to risk management

Stanislav Arzevitin, Igor Britchenko, Anatoly Kosov
For the modern model of the market there are inherent existence of both a set of possibilities and a large number of hazards that are waiting for economic agents and which are generated by the need to make decisions in the conditions of considerable uncertainty about the future. Liquidity risk is one...
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Social partnership of employer and educational organizations as leadership innovations in training for small business

Yury Firsov, Irina Firsova, Natalia Rabotnikova
Small and medium enterprises in the market economy constitute the leading sector of this economy. It becomes apparent that this sector largely determines the rate of the economic growth, the structure and quality of the gross national product. In most countries, small and medium-sized businesses make...
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Perception on leadership according to education: a comparison of Romanian and Czech managers

Mihaela Simionescu, Anna Rybakova
This paper studies the relationship between the perception of leadership and the level of education. The empirical study is based on answers to questionnaires provided by the managers 520 firms from Czech Republic and 524 Romanian companies. Our results indicated that there are significant differences...
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Central banks as leaders in ensuring financial stability

Viktoriia Biloshapka, Igor Britchenko, Iryna Okhrymenko
The paper deals with the basic concepts and key problems of creating financial stability, as well as the role of central banks in its provision. The role of central banks in providing financial stability is extremely important and has a double manifestation - is the maintenance of the stability of the...
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The leading role of crises in the regulation and development of entrepreneurship in the tourism market

Mikhail Shmarkov, Larisa Shmarkova, Lyudmila Gubareva
Our paper examines the content and aspects of improving the system of legal regulation of the activities of tourist organizations in the Russian Federation in conjunction with market changes, the chronology of the adoption of legal norms, as well as their role and influence on the organization of tourist...
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Creative leaders in economy and the need of progress drivers

Anatoliy Mokiy, Olesya Datsko, Manuela Tvaronavičienė
A qualitative human resource is becoming a key catalyst for progress in the 21st century. Therefore, the modern stage is seen as the "era of struggle for talent". The distinction in economic science of the concepts of "creative class", "talents" as characteristics of a particularly valuable human resource...
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Leading approaches to Public Private Partnerships (PPP) and infrastructural investment

Elena Tarkhanova, Artem Shikhov, Daria Lazutina
This paper focuses on the leading role of the Public Private Partnerships (PPP) in providing infrastructure services using infrastructural investments. We focus on the role and the position of PPPs in the public and private sectors and discuss their leading role and their evolvement from their origins...
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Commercialization of innovations and leadership in agricultural industry

Veronika Chernova, Ainura Kocherbaeva, Viktor Savin
In today’s highly competitive, globalized and dynamic world, the agro-industrial industry can only become a leader thanks to the commercialization of its innovations. This paper focuses on the growth of commercialization and inventions in the agro-industrial industry that enables good management and...
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Coaching as a leadership style and a business education model

Viktoriia Yanovska, Maryna Baldzhy, Diana Fayvishenko
The scientific interest in the concept of coaching is subject to the fact that in the modern business environment, the coaching becomes an integral element of leadership development. Accordingly, the attention is focused on the best practice of coaching and there is a need for the distribution of coaching...
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Leading investment approaches to the development of agro-industrial complex and formation of regional policy

Ekaterina Yalunina, Andrej Pajusov
This paper focuses on the leading investment approaches to the development of agro-industrial complex and formation of regional policy. We employ the case study of the productivity of the enterprises in the food and processing industry in Sverdlovsk region. The paper considers the investment approach...
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Leading role of innovations in rural development and agriculture

Oleksandr Kendiukhov, Tetiana Pishenina, Alla Rusnak
In the 21st century, with the efficiency of work and production gradually increasing, the traditional sectors of economy such as rural development and agriculture are no longer perceived as its main drivers. Nevertheless, even with growing labour efficiency, the leading role of innovations in rural development...
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Leadership in logistics processes in contemporary SMEs

Danuta Janczewska
Dynamic changes in economic processes as a consequence of the development of production technologies and techniques entail creating new views on the concept of leadership. An additional factor shaping leadership attitudes are turbulent changes in the environment. The literature on the subject lacks research...
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Increasing the efficiency of research activities management in scientific organizations: a leadership framework

Nikita Andreev, Yulia Gruzina, Dmitriy Sorokin
This paper analyses the management of the research process in terms of vertical and horizontal leadership. Specific features of research activity are discussed from the point of view of the project management and leadership theory. Group dynamics of research team in different stages are adapted to these...
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Professional thinking as a leadership factor in pedagogical education

Suriya Gilmanshina, Rimma Sagitova, Natalya Fedotova
Transformation of pedagogical education and the educational policy of the European Union (EU) encourage innovative pedagogical processes aimed at the training of teachers of the new nature and competences. As a result, the main activity of universities today is the satisfaction of the individual's need...
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Leadership in Ukrainian educational dimension

Raisa Gryshkova
This paper focuses on the solution of the problem of leadership in higher education in Ukraine from the viewpoint of European educational dimension. It is not a secret that no one of Ukrainian universities is indexed in the list of the best world’s or European higher educational establishments. The reasons...
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The analysis of Moscow education leadership position: a case of Moscow educational services market

Marina Fedotova, Irina Firsova, Syuzana Balova
The state of education system in Moscow can be characterized by the following parameters: the accessibility of educational services for children and young people in Moscow, including the state of government educational organizations network and their resource provision; quality of services provided by...
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Erasmus+ programme as factor of academic leadership for Russian HEIs: a case of RUDN University

Andrey Kinyakin, Mario De Martino
The enhancement of academic leadership through development of internationalization is one the prime goals of higher education institutions (HEIs) all over the world. For that purpose, they use not only traditional tools, based on "export of education" or development of cooperation with institutions in...
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Leadership in education: communications on introducing inclusive education in Ukraine

Nadiya Baluk, Nataliya Basij, Ulyana Shchurko
This paper focuses on the leadership aspects of education. Specifically, it analyses the statistical indicators of the number of people with special educational needs in Ukraine divided by certain areas. The paper starts with an introduction that outlines specifics of inclusive education in the Ukrainian...
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Educational emigration: challenges and threats for preserving educational leadership in Ukraine

Iryna Kolesnyk, Andrii Cherkasov, Larisa Lutay
Liberalization of the leading countries’ migration policy towards attracting additional intellectual capital as a factor for ensuring the development of sustainable innovation economy creates significant challenges for Ukraine in the context of preserving its educational leadership. The processes of...
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Research findings relative to the use of leadership cloud services by Ukrainian teachers

Liudmyla Matviichuk, Oleg Avramenko, Olga Dombrovska
Cloud technologies are integral to daily existence of many authorities as they are attractive by their immensity and virtualization of resources. Cloud services open up possibilities to be widespread in the education sector too. In addition, such services have become an integral feature for any modern...
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Formation of future teachers’ leadership qualities through learning a foreign language

Natalia Kosharna, Olga Sytnyk, Yuliia Labunets
This paper focuses on the nature, the place, and the main qualities of future teachers’ leadership development through foreign language learning. Thus, this practical research is conducted to investigate the leadership qualities with their characteristics and classification. In order to do so, a general...
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Correlation between leadership and sociometric status of a pre-school child in a group of peers

Natalia Ivanova, Maria Vinogradova
Our paper focuses on the pre-school children group and the developing system of interpersonal relationship in it which together represent an exciting background for studying leadership. There are few leaders in a group of pre-school children. It happens quite often that children who have leaders’ potential...
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Formation diagnostics of future managers and leaders of educational process

Inna Kyrychok, Irina Tonkonoh, Viktoriia Pryma
This paper focuses on the anticipative possibility (prognostic competence) of the head of an educational institution as a leader of the educational process. We perceive it as a complex integral formation which indicates the level of anticipatory abilities development, as a special ability of the head...
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Pedagogical mastery of specific purpose teachers in the context of leadership in education

Kateryna Tishechkina, Olena Artyukhova, Natalia Sharata
This paper focuses on the discussion of the necessity in changing of some requirements to a higher school English teacher’s qualification under the influence of changing approaches to teaching/learning English for specific purposes. In the context of leadership in education some urgent problems of English...
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Management competence of the personnel reserve as a condition of the university's leadership in the world market

Olga Petrova, Natalia Bureeva, Svetlana Sokolovskaia
Ensuring of the leading position of Russian universities in the global market of educational services and research programs is a priority for the Government of Russian Federation. Among the key risks of the project there are the conservatism of the management system, the organizational structure and...
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Leading trends in digital technologies and e-learning: challenges for higher education

Еlena Vishnevskaya, Tatyana Zhuravleva, Valentina Moiseeva
This paper focuses on the leading trends that digital technologies represented by the Internet and communication technologies (ICT) and e-learning pose for the higher education nowadays. Education, especially higher education, has always been and will likely to remain a leading sphere of human economic...
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Process improvement for fostering leadership at Higher Education Institutions

Viktor Blaginin, Wadim Strielkowski, Anna Tarasova
Process improvement methodology is often crucial for increasing leadership potential. Six Sigma is one of the leading process improvements methodologies that can be closely joined with how well an educational organization implements its strategic vision. As soon as a Higher Education Institutions (HEI)...
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State support mechanisms and the leading renewable energy projects: a Russian experience

Galina Chebotareva
The importance of alternative energy development calls for the application of leading government-backed plans to stimulate this sector. However, the existing political uncertainty and sometimes ineffectiveness of state support increase the risks of renewable energy (RES) projects and, as a result of...
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Sustainable Development Goals: preparedness of Russian business for a new leading course

Nikolay Pruel, Galina Menshikova, Kseniya Balan
Modern conditions fundamentally change the sphere of management by focusing it not only on making a profit, but also on solving social (environmental) tasks. The aim of a new technology of public administration is the adoption of “Sustainable Development Goals” (SDGs). The seventeen goals approved by...
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Market leading marketing concepts in the management of consumer behaviour on the energy market

Syuzana Balova, Irina Firsova, Inna Osipova
Power industry transformations are accelerating due to the developments and advancements of the new technologies. The potential of electric power industry companies is being strengthened which contributes to the supply and demand development on the electric power services market. In connection with this,...
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Leading prospects for the development of production asset management systems of Russian thermal power plants

Pavel Okley
At present, solving the problems of improving the reliability of the assets of thermal power plants (TTP) in Russian Federation is possible only as a result of the transition of equipment management systems to a fundamentally new paradigm for diagnosing operating equipment. Nevertheless, this problem...
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‘Green skills’ of a new generation of managers and entrepreneurs as a potential of company leadership

Oksana Kozlova, Inna Volkova
For many years now, the growth of the economy was accompanied by the irrational use of natural resources, environmental degradation, climate change, the imbalance of the interaction between nature and man. Modern challenges of environmentally friendly policies in most countries require the preparation...
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Digital leadership as the basis of modern business

Alexander Kalashnikov, Elena Peredreeva, Katarina Hercegova
Nowadays, due to the widespread use of Information and Communication technologies (ICTs), digital leadership is becoming a new stage in the development of both regional and global economies. A wide development and introduction of the latest novel digital technologies have become an integral part of the...
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The leading role of digital technologies in the creation of knowledge

Evgeny Popov, Maxim Vlasov, Alexandr Platitsyn
This paper focuses on the allocation of digital technologies by the leaders who have the maximum positive impact on processes of generation of the new knowledge in the conditions of the digital economy. Our research is conducted on the basis of the tools of the institutional economic theory. We define...
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Leading technologies in tourism: using blockchain in TravelChain project

Anna Polukhina, Avdykerim Arnaberdiyev, Anna Tarasova
Our paper focuses on the leading and most novel technologies applied in tourism. Tourism constitutes one of the fastest-growing spheres of the economy and embraces many new approaches and advancements in digital technologies that help tourists, local residents, or stakeholders alike to better exploit...
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Leading trends in tourism: blockchain in franchising

Svetlana Melnychenko, Nataliia Mazaraki, Tatiana Tkachuk
This paper focuses on the leading trends in tourism. Recent in-depth research of the of tourist services market demonstrated that the timely direction of the development of tourist enterprises lies in their operation in the franchising system. Creation of franchising tourist networks should help the...
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Digital financial assets as a leading tool for international settlements

Ekaterina Dyudikova, Natalia Kunitsyna, Elena Korneeva
Nowadays, as the information technologies are becoming an integral part of the society, the international payment and settlement system are undergoing crucial and substantial changes. Apart from the traditional electronic systems of transferring and storing financial data such as non-cash bank clearing...
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Digital transformation of public services: leading trends, opportunities, and threats

Anastasia Semenova
This paper is dealing with digitalization as a driver of improving the effectiveness of the implementation of state functions and services. Digitalization is becoming one of the leading and most effective approaches to increasing the effectiveness and performance. The paper argues that successful implementation...
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Leaders in the on-line trading market in Ukraine: stock exchanges, brokers, and brokerage trading systems

Vladyslav Khvostenko, Yurii Tkachenko, Serhii Kuzmenko
Banking institutions play the leading role in the economy development through participation in the redistribution of financial resources. However, the current situation is characterized by the minimum lending banks activity and low deposit rates. Thus, the leadership in the redistribution of financial...
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Learning leading technologies in the epoch of digitalization on the example of CLIL

Elina Kalinichenko, Svetlana Zakharova, Marina Razdobarova
Effectiveness of modern teaching methods and technologies is determined not only by their innovation, but also by the teachers who impersonate the leaders and who apply these technologies in learning process. Our study confirms positive dynamics in disciplines "Foreign language" and "Economy" by the...
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Digital economy in Belarus and Russia: leading underpins of a new reality

Vladimir Klimuk, Anna Tarasova
Many countries around the world have committed to developing national frameworks in order to regulate digital economy. The latter is often regarded as an impetus for the recovery of the world economies. Having undergone some changes and finally managed to use the full potential of the knowledge-based...
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Information system protection as a factor in maintaining the leading positions in the enterprise development

Olga Kozhusko, Svetlana Khaminich, Svіtlana Alieksieieva
Nowadays, the social and economic development of any country largely depends on the effective creative activity of its citizens. World trends in development, science, technology and production indicate that in the information society, further progress will be recognized solely by intellectual activity....
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Leadership and e-government: a comparative analysis of the Republic of Belarus and Russian Federation

Svetlana Kalyugina, Irina Novikova, Аlena Doryna
This paper focuses on the issues of building and maintaining an effective and leading system of e-government using an example of two neighbouring countries. We demonstrate that the current model of e-government organization that exists in operation both in the Russian Federation and in the Republic of...
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Chinese leadership and innovations: a capacity for technology transfer to Kazakhstan

Azhar Serikkaliyeva
The ongoing progress in the sector of Research & Development (R&D) is vital for the future of civilization. Both wealthy and underdeveloped countries seek sustainable development that requires economic growth. With regard to the above, maximizing benefits from science-based technologies and their management...
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Fidel Castro as a leader, revolution manager, and marketer

Aleksandr Gugnin, Grzegorz Ostasz, Yuliya Lisnevskaya
The article is devoted to the contemporary problems of political leadership. Nowadays, many heads of states in Europe, Asia and America claim to be true leaders, however not all of them succeed in reaching this goal. The authors attempt to determine the characteristics and parameters of a successful...