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Scientific journal Vestnik NSUEM

2013 year, number 3

1.
SIBERIAN FEDERAL DISTRICT: ANALYSIS OF SOCIO-ECONOMIC PROCESSES IN 19902011

V.S. Efimov, A.V. Efimov
Keywords: Siberian region, dynamics, development level, trends

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The article discusses issues of the development of Siberian region; comparative analysis of changes in socio-economic situation of Siberian Federal District1 and a number of leading Siberian territories in the last 20 years is carried out. Two groups of indicators are analyzed. They reflect significant characteristics of the level of economic and social development of Siberian regions: economic (gross regional product, export products volume, volumes of fixed asset formation; volumes of internal costs of research and development), social indicators (population size, per capita income level, poverty level and several others); data of government statistics was used as data base; conclusions are drawn and recommendations are made.



2.
ANTHROPOLOGICAL TRENDS: POSSIBLE AND IMPOSSIBLE or Practices of work with future images

O.A. Donskikh, S.A. Smirnov
Keywords: anthropological trends, images of future, theory of development, Foresight

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The article is analyzing anthropological trends from the point of view of the theories of development. In the article some theories of development are presented, which allow to investigate into different considerations about the theory of «the future. In the frame of these considerations the method of the work with the images of future is proposed in the form of the Foresight as the practice of the construction of future images.



3.
ON FORMING OF IMAGE OF NOVOSIBIRSK: TOURISTIC COMPONENT

V.A. Nazarkina, B.I. Shteingoltz
Keywords: tourism, city touristic product, cultural, business, scientific tourism, touristic infrastructure

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The article considers main directions of the development of Novosibirsk in terms of forming of touristic component of image of the city. Cultural, business and scientific spheres and their potential for tourism development in Novosibirsk are shown.



4.
ON MECHANISMS OF «PRIVATIZATION OF FINANCIALBUDGET FUNDS IN BUREAUCRATIC STATE

Yu.G. Shvetsov, S.G. Zolotarenko, L.Yu. Rudi
Keywords: bureaucracy, state, budgetary reform, budgetary system, taxation system

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The article considers the issue of bureaucratization of state and most important socio-economic consequences of this occurrence. The essence of bureaucracy is revealed, special features of its functioning in the Russian Federation are analyzed, material basis of bureaucracy and its dominant position in society is proved. The conclusion of budget reprofiling towards interests of bureaucracy is drawn.



5.
MANAGEMENT OF INVESTMENT PORTFOLIO OF INSURER: ISSUES OF FORMING, ASSESSMENT OF EFFICIENCY

Yu.V. Nemtseva
Keywords: investment activity, structure of investment portfolio, investment profitability

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The article considers the issues of management of investment activity of an insurance company. Existing strategic investment schemes, used in the management of investment activity of an insurer, are demonstrated. The structure of investment portfolio, that maximizes yield with a view to a possible reduction of tariff rate for a significant competitive advantage of the company, is offered.



6.
MORTGAGE POINTS AS AN INSTRUMENT OF REDUCTIONOF COST OF MORTGAGE CREDIT

A.I. Simbarskaya
Keywords: mortgage, mortgage crediting, mortgage rate, point

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The article considers the issue of mortgage crediting in Russia. High mortgage rates are the main barrier for borrower. The existing reductive tools are ineffective. For that matter the author suggests introduction of such extensively used instrument of US banks as mortgage point into practice of Russian banks. Thus, the suggested instrument is a compromise solution that makes it possible to resolve conflict between bank and borrower.



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ALGORITHM OF COMPARISON OF EFFICIENCY OF ALTERNATE MAJOR INVESTMENT PROJECTS

A.B. Kogan
Keywords: major investment project, local and global efficiency

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The article describes the use of «index of speed of specific increment value (IS) for the assessment of local and global efficiency of a major investment project. The algorithm of two criteria comparison of alternate projects on the basis of the assessment of their local and global efficiency is offered. Comparison of projects, which efficiency is assessed with allowance for risk (for several scenarios), is demonstrated.



8.
ON APPROACHES TO SOLUTION OF THE PROBLEM OF FUZZY AGGREGATIONS

L.K. Serga
Keywords: unstable aggregations, classification, typology, fuzzy threshold aggregations, membership function, probability distribution function

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The article takes a shot at generalization of results of authors researches of unstable aggregations; statement of the problem was performed; assessments, refining threshold values on real data for the solution of the problem of identification of fuzzy aggregations, were made; official data of government statistics was used as date base of the research.



9.
MARKET CONCENTRATION IN THE CONTECT OF GROUPING OF ENTERPRISES AND ECONOMIC EFFICIENCY

S.N. Lyubyashchenko, V.I. Mamonov
Keywords: globalization, grouping, integration, competition, concentration, oligopoly, efficiency

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The article considers trends of concentration growth in field markets in the context of globalization, processes of forming of strategic groups in Russian industries, reasons of concentration growth. Real level of concentration is significantly higher at forming of strategic groups. The article presents the methodological approach for the assessment of the real level of production concentration in the context of grouping of enterprises. The correlation between concentration level and sensitivity of fields to cyclic fluctuations is described.



10.
MODEL OF CREDIT SCORING AS ALGORITHM OF TYPOLOGY OF FUZZY AGGREGATIONS

V.I. Sonnikova, K.O. Kulidzhoglyan
Keywords: scoring, learning sample, model, classification, logistic regression

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The paper discusses theoretic and methodic issues of credit scoring model development. The results of the authors research using real date of Novosibirsk bank are presented. Discriminant functions for various groups of clients are formed. The statistical evaluation of reliability of obtained results is made. Conclusions are drawn and recommendations are made.



11.
TYPOLOGY, FEATURES AND FACTORS OF REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT OF SOCIAL SPHERE

V.V. Khubulova
Keywords: social sphere, ranging method, correlation, typology, regional policy, subsidiarity

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The article presents typologies of social sphere (in education and healthcare) on the basis of ranking method. Integral index of social facilities availability is calculated. The development of regional policy is defined. The correlation between federal expenditures for healthcare and education and a number of entries in respective institutions is revealed. Realization tools of principle of subsidiarity are offered.



12.
SOCIOLOGY OF ARTISTIC EXECUTION

A.V. Bibikova, S.B. Nekhoroshkov
Keywords: creative team, leadership, leadership practices, execution

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The article discusses the specifics of creative (performing) teams, their features are defined. Much attention is given to the specifics of leadership phenomenon in the context of creative teams. Stable personal characteristics of a creative (musical, dramatic) team leader are defined.



13.
INFLUENCE OF MODERN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES ON INTERACTION OF PEOPLE IN THE CONTEXT OF SMALL SOCIAL GROUPS

A.G. Gorbacheva
Keywords: small group, information technologies, Internet, nuclear family

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The article considers the influence of modern information technologies on small social groups. Network technologies stand out substantially among information technologies since they have the strongest influence on communications and, therefore, on small groups. It is shown that the role of many traditional small social groups decreases under the influence of information technologies.



14.
SOCIAL EFFICIENCY EVALUATION IN COMPLEX EFFICIENCY EVALUATION OF GRID INVESTMENT PROJECTS

N.Yu. Vorobieva
Keywords: investment, grid investment project, investment efficiency, purpose-achievement efficiency, social efficiency and technological efficiency

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This article is devoted to propose the improved methods of grid investments projects evaluation. This method includes not only the financial evaluation but also evaluation of purpose-achievement, social and technological efficiency. Author describes integration of social efficiency evaluation to complex efficiency evaluation of grid investment projects.



15.
MECHANISM OF STATE INFLUENCE ON APICULTURAL PRODUCTS MARKET IN IRKUTSK REGION

E.O. Odinokova
Keywords: public exposure, Irkutsk region, bee products market, infrastructure provision, economic methods

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The assessment of enforceability state in Irkutsk Region using fuzzy sets theory was made. The obtained fuzzy «low estimate amounted to 2. It is revealed that enforceability can influence raw materials potential value only after reaching high level of development. Main ways of state influence on apicultural products market are offered. It will contribute to forming of favourable conditions for functioning of all apicultural products market entities.



16.
THE IMPORTANCE OF ACTIVE TEACHING METHODS USED IN IMPROVING THE EFFECTIVENESS OF TEACHING

Edyta Abramek, Janina Banasikowska
Keywords: e-learning, active methods for teaching and learning, Web 2.0 applications

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The purpose of this article is to present the active teaching methods used in e-learning. Active learning is a term used to identify teaching methods that require from students to be actively involved in the learning process. In the article reviews the active teaching methods. Examples of the use of selected methods are presented on the basis of the project ECONET which promotes e-learning in higher education. The article is an attempt to systematize applications supporting the use of active methods in e-learning. The obtained results can be helpful in taking action to support teaching based on Web 2.0 technology.



17.
«THE CRISIS OF BOOK AND APHORISTICS OF PHILOSOPHY

E.V. Bakeeva
Keywords: book, writing, philosophical text, ontology, metaphysics

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The article considers a question of the philosophical texts role and status within the contemporary socio-cultural situation, one of the «signs of which is devaluation of the printed word. In contrast with the thesis about necessity of contemporary philosophys switching-over to the aphoristic form of writing the «aphoristics is affirmed like a feature of the philosophical text as it is. It is shown, that the presence of this aphoristic «core as «a written event of thought acts as a main criterion of the philosophical texts significance regardless of ifs volume or sistematics.



18.
ONTOLOGICAL GROUND OF CO-BEINGOF «I AND «THE OTHER

E.V. Biricheva
Keywords: I, Other, co-being, subject, adaptation, boundary

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The article considers the question of constructing «I – the Other» relationship in the context of co-being. The categories of I and the Other are comprehended on the ontological level within existential-phenomenological and topological approaches. The new meaning of the category of subject that allows to consider diversity of mutual becoming of I and the Other in modus of boundary is offered from the perspective of the author’s concept of adaptation.



19.
SYMBOLICS OF ROYAL CITY ENTERING UNDER THE RENAISSANCE

N.I. Makarova
Keywords: symbolics of entering, king, ritual, festival, Renaissance culture

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Political power under the Renaissance to a large extent had a symbolic basis. Researchers define Renaissance culture as a «culture of visibility where everything that could influence feelings and imagination of people took special place. At that period music, architecture, figurative arts, theatre and literature were widely used for political objectives. Excessive symbolism of Renaissance, rise of spectacles and theatrical rituals contributed to gradual acquiring of new meaning by the traditional forms of socio-political life. The article considers the symbolics of royalty by the example of the festival of the rulers entering into dependent city. Its antic and medieval origins as well as peculiarities of its transformation during 1516 centuries are analyzed.



20.
FORESTRY LEGISLATION OF RUSSIA AND FINLAND

T.Yu. Olenina
Keywords: forest law, forest, forest certification, forestry legislation

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The article is devoted to legal analysis of forest legislation of Russia and Finland. It addresses the main legal acts in the sphere of use and protection of forests of Russia and Finland, the problems and suggestions of the author to improve the legislation of Russia. Finnish forest legislation focused on forest users, i.e. take their rights, legal interests. Forest owners, in turn, must carefully apply for nature and forests. Such laws useful to make provision in the Russian forestry legislation.



21.
THE MAKING OF COUNCIL CODE: HISTORICAL EXPERIENCE OF MODERNIZATION OF NATIONAL LEGISLATION

D.A. Savchenko
Keywords: modernization of legislation, legal technique, tradition, Sobornoe ulozhenie, historical experience

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The article is dedicated to the making of 1649 Council code as an important element of socio-political and juridical modernization of home state performed in the middle of the 17 century. Its historical background and sources are analyzed. Much attention is given to the system of the Code and its first chapters. The making of the Code is an example of combination of innovation and conservatism, use of experience of advanced foreign states with regard to national features relying on home traditions.



22.
FUNCTIONS OF PRODUCTS AND SERVICES IN CONTEMPORARY ECONOMY

I.D. Kotliarov
Keywords: product, service, function, classification, service marketing mix

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The present paper contains an analysis of functions that products and services fulfill in contemporary economy. We demonstrate that in addition to its traditional functions a product can be used as a source of information, a basis for service and a physical evidence for a service. We propose a classification of complimentary services based on their correspondence with elements of service marketing mix.



23.
ECONOMIC SECURITY AND THREATS: THE NATURE AND APPROACHES TO THE DEFINITION

T.Yu. Serebriakova, N.Yu. Timofeeva
Keywords: economic security, system of economic security, threats of activity, risks, classification of threats of economic security

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This article explored approaches to the definition of «economic security and are given own definitions based on the use of a systematic approach, examined and classified threats to economic subject and examined their relationship with economic security.



24.
APPLICATION OF LOGISTIC METHODS TO TOURISTIC ENTERPRISE MANAGEMENT

L.N. Strebkova, B.I. Shteingoltz
Keywords: logistics, logistics chain, tourism, tourist product

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Logistics features in tourism, its main functions in the process of touristic enterprise management are considered. JIT («Just in time) logistic concept is described, its workability in tourism is assessed. Conditions of implementation into touristic office practice and effective performance of JIT are defined. The basics of ECR («Efficient Consumer Response) method and outlook for its application to the activity of all touristic marker participants are stated.