Journal of Economy and entrepreneurship  


Vol. 3 Nom.5


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Methods of struggle against world financial crisis. M.G. Ermolaeva

Abstract. In article the essence of market economy cyclic dynamics and methods of its regulation is considered. The analysis of the reasons of development of current global financial crisis is made. The estimation of efficiency of world finance international regulators reform is carried out. As an actual material the decisions accepted at the summits serve the Group of Twenty (G-20) in Washington (November 2008) and London (April 2009), Groups of Eight (July 2009).

Keywords: reserve currency, regional currency, Special Drawing Rights (SDRs), International Monetary Fund (IMF), Financial Stability Board (FSB), Basle Committee of Banking Supervision (BCBS), Committee on the Global Financial System (CGFS), the Group of Twenty (G-20), the Group of Eight (G-8).


Approaches to perfect program-goal method of management in the light of  budget reforms under solving problems of territorial development. N.Y. Terentjeva

Abstract. The article existing problems of realization program-purposeful method in normative, methodological, organizational and accomplishing aspects. It handles tasks and difficulties of realization budget reform, and also the combination of results-oriented method’s elements and performance budgeting. The article provides comprehensive approaches of perfecting results-oriented method of managing in combination with performance budgeting on all phases  of results-oriented approaching.

Keywords: program-goal management, program-goal approach, budgetary process, budgeting, budgetary reform.



Management functional assessment model for obtaining sustainable competitive advantages. Dmitry Maslov, Nicholas Chileshe, Paul Watson

Abstracts. To attain and/or maintain a sustainable competitive advantage organisations worldwide require a competitive orientated management system, which is built on continuous learning, innovation and improvement. The proposed Management Function Assessment Model (MFAM) recognizes that sustainable excellence in all aspects of performance can be based upon the management functions of forecasting/planning, organising, co-ordination, motivation, control and communication. Being a TQM model and designed upon the world quality award models of Deming, Baldrige and EFQM, the MFAM advocates self-assessment based upon 5 functional assessment criteria, 25 categories and 100 focus areas correlated with corporate profitability and stakeholder satisfaction. Proposed two-sided assessment gives an opportunity to align leaders and employees opinions using a Management Adequacy Index, identify Zones of polarity and unity of judgments inside the collective calculating Index of Inside Employees Consent, identify areas to improve plotting Matrix of Areas of Improvement Abilities. The model is currently being implemented and monitored by a number of Russian and UK companies. This paper explores the model in more detail. The study used Canonical correlation methods to correlate simultaneously the management function features to the assessment of competitive advantage measures. The findings indicate that the MFAM is both reliable and valid. The result of the assessment, is a classification of the organisations into five different levels of management maturity in terms of achieving competitive advantage and also identifies the strengths and weaknesses of their management system. The paper further explores the model’s constituent parts and relates them to the process of gathering data on organisational requirements focused upon attaining/maintaining a competitive advantage.

Keywords: estimation of management, function of management, self-assessment, model, system, quality.



Prospects of development of the Russian regional banks. А.А. Moskvichev, L.N. Nazarova

Abstract. In article prospects of small and average regional banks in bank system of Russia are considered. The opportunity of repartition of the Russian bank market in conditions of crisis is considered. The modern state policy in relation to regional banks is analyzed. It is drawn a conclusion, that together with disappearance of the competitive regional bank market opportunities of development of small business will be limited.

Keywords: local bank, economic depression, raider attack, flight of deposits, liquidity, refinancing, interbank lending, securitiesation.



System approach as scientific methodological tools for economic research.I.K. Pustovetova 

Abstract. This article discusses one of the methodological approaches of scientific research - systems. To submit a retrospective, described the current state, defined the role and place, the value approach to the scientific economic research, in particular, the research of personnel management in the contemporary enterprise.

Keywords: systems approach, scientific economic research, correlation, influence, interaction.


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Features of life cycle of a tourist product. S.N. Lobanova

Abstract. In article bases of the tourist product life cycle concept are investigated. Stages of the tourist product life cycle concept are in detail described. Dependence of costs and profit on a stage of tourist product life cycle concept is shown.

Keywords: tourist product, tourist's product, life cycle, tourism, profit, costs.



Needs of rural family and volumes of manufacture in a personal part-time farm. A.N. Gladkih

Abstract. In article properties of a personal part-time farm are analyzed. Dynamics of manufacture of the basic kinds of agricultural production in personal part-time farms of the population in Kursk region is shown. The factors defining volumes of manufacture in personal part-time farms are revealed. The grouping of personal part-time farms by quantity of family members and the facilities sizes is executed.

Keywords: personal part-time farm, agricultural production, Kursk region.



Adaptive model of administrative controlling. A.S. Danilov

Abstract. In article the essence and controlling problems at the enterprise is considered. Methods and tools of administrative controlling are investigated. The scenario of introduction of adaptive model of administrative controlling is described. The example of introduction of model of administrative controlling is set.

Keywords: controlling, adaptive model, the account, planning, the control, the analysis, economic efficiency.



Management evolution as administrative science. V.M. Shepel

Abstract. In article the material from the new book of professor V.M. Shepel prepared for the press is presented «Professional thinking of the manager». Management evolution as administrative science in Russia and abroad is shown. Value of proceedings of D.I. Mendeleyev for management development is accented. Problems of the Russian management are analyzed today.

Keywords: management, corruption, mentality, Taylor, Fajol, Ford, Mendeleyev.



Innovative infrastructure of business in Omsk region. S.S. Belyaeva

Abstract. In article the essence and activity of the business innovative infrastructure organizations  is considered. The characteristic of regional innovative infrastructure elements Omsk region is given («Technologies transfer Center», «Omsk regional business-incubator», «Omsk center of the scientific and technical information», «Euro Info Correspondent Center», «Omsk regional fund of support and development of small business» etc.). The basic problems interfering effective work of an innovative infrastructure are shown. Offers on activization of business infrastructure subjects activity are given.

Keywords: innovative infrastructure, entrepreneurial ambience, Omsk region.