Strategies, models and technologies of economic systems management in the context of international economic integration
Publication Year: 2020
The authors of the book have come to the conclusion that to improve the efficiency of managing economic systems it is necessary to use modern modern strategies, models and technologies. Basic research focuses on assessment of intellectual capital, economic security, social sustainability in tourism, the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on different sectors of the economy. The research results have been implemented in the different models of controlling, management methodology, personnel management, and strategies for the efficient use of financial resources, development of transport logistics, a creative economy and the creation of startups. The results of the study can be used in decision-making at the level of international business, ministries and departments that regulate the processes development of economic systems, ensuring stability and efficiency. The results can also be used by students and young scientists in developing of strategies, models and technologies for economic systems management in the context of international economic integration.
Scientific editors: Dr.oec. prof. Maksym Bezpartochnyi, Dr.oec. prof. Viktoriia Riashchenko, Dr.paed. Nina Linde
Scientific reviewers: Aivars Stankevics – Professor, Dr.oec. Chairman of the ISMA Senate,
Vice-rector for administrative work ISMA University, Riga, Latvia; Remigijus Kinderis – PhD, Director Deputy for Strategic Development, Academic Council Chairman, Klaipeda State University of
Applied Sciences, Klaipeda, Lithuania
Compiled by Olesia Bezpartochna
Economic policy problems. In submissions to state institutions and their answers (2002-2013)
Publication Year: 2014
In 2014, Peteris Gulans, in cooperation with the Institute of Economics of the Latvian Academy of Sciences, published the book “Problems of Economic Policy. In submissions to state institutions and their answers (2002-2013). ” SBN 978-9984-774-24-4.
After the restoration of independence, Latvia, contrary to the expected prosperity, became one of the poorest EU countries and maintains this status for a long time. The backwardness of economic development creates socio-economic insecurity, encourages the emigration of the most active part of the population and contributes to the extinction of the Latvian nation. The current situation is not accidental or caused by objective circumstances – it is largely a consequence of the incompatibility of the implemented socio-economic policy with the existing situation in the country and in the external environment.
The book summarizes the author’s assessments of the state of the economy and recommendations for the improvement of economic policy, its subordination to the goals to be achieved, coordination with the real situation in the country and changes in the world, provided to the highest institutions of the country.
The responses of the state institutions set out their vision of the state of the economy and the planned measures to improve it.
Scientific reviewers: Laura Riekstina.