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Economic Annals-XXI

 ISSN 1728-6220 (Print)
ISSN 1728-6239 (Online)

 
Volume 155, Issue 11-12
February 18, 2016
  
 

CONTENTS

WORLD ECONOMY AND INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC RELATIONS

Bilorus, O. (Ukraine). Replenishment evolution and structural transformation of global capital In Russian [4-9]

Duginets, G., & Tronko, V. (Ukraine). Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Area between Ukraine and EU (DCFTA): realities and prospects [10-13]

Ziyadin, S., Khamitova, D., Khassenova, K., Suieubayeva, S., & Agumbayeva, A. (Republic of Kazakhstan). Economic factors influencing the development of China’s foreign trade policy with Kazakhstan In English [14-17]

Chuguryan, S. (Slovak Republic). Economic aspects of Finland’s development in the context of Finnish cooperation with NATO In English [18-21]

ECONOMIC THEORY AND HISTORY OF ECONOMIC THOUGHT

Kyrchaniv, M. (Russia). Political and sociocultural factors of post-Soviet economic regionalisation: from economic anthropology to identity economics In English [22-28]

Holovatyi, M. (Ukraine). Spontaneous mass behavior: psychological aspects in the context of social and economic circumstances In English [29-32]

Soltys, D. (Republic of Kazakhstan). Constructing quality education through quality citizenship: challenges for Ukraine between post-Soviet and Bologna process bureaucratic elitism In English [33-35]

ECONOMICS AND MANAGEMENT OF NATIONAL ECONOMY

Afanasyeva, L., & Tkacheva, T. (Russia). Use of statistical tools when monitoring threats to national security In English [36-39]

Janshanlo, R., Andybaeva, G., & Beysenbaeva, A. (Republic of Kazakhstan). Methodological aspects of inflation management by example of Kazakhstan In English [40-46]

Sidorova, E. (Russia). Improvement the methods of tax regulation mechanism effectiveness assessment in the Russian Federation In Russian [47-50]

Olifirenko, L. (Ukraine). Structural links of institutional mechanism of regulation for business entities development [51-54]

Karpenko, V., Burliai, O., & Mostoviak, I. (Ukraine). Economy’s agricultural sector potential in Ukrainian energy self-sufficiency forming In English [55-58]

Mitiai, O., Lagodiienko, V., Safonov, V. (Ukraine). Competitiveness of agriculture enterprises as the main factor of sustainable development in agricultural sphere In English [59-62]

Fabus, M. (Slovak Republic). Impact of foreign direct investment on unemployment development in selected regions of Slovak Republic In English [63-66]

Azatbek, T., & Ramazanov, A. (Republic of Kazakhstan). Measurement of Kazakhstan’s non-observed economy (based on the principles of the System of National Accounts) In English [67-72]

Hnydiuk, I. (Ukraine). The present state of financial support for the public health service [73-77]

Malska, M., Hryshchuk, A., & Masyuk, Yu. (Ukraine). Implementation of international experience in strategic management of tourism development: opportunities and prospects for Ukraine [78-81]

ECONOMICS AND MANAGEMENT OF ENTERPRISES

Hlushko, O., Gryshova, I., & Shherbata, M. (Ukraine). Enterprises’ economic sustainability assessment on the basis of performance indicators [82-86]

Tuan, N. P. (Vietnam). Determinants of Innovation: an empirical analysis for Vietnamese manufacturing firms In English [87-90]

Dubovyk, T., & Ortynska, V. (Ukraine). Internet-marketing communications of trade companies based on consumer typology In English [91-95]

Krupskyi, O. (Ukraine). Role of organisational culture in innovation development of tourism and hospitality enterprises providing [96-99]

MONEY, FINANCES AND CREDIT

Cas, M.
(Slovak Republic). Debate on reserve constraints and its implications for economic theory In English [100-104]

Vasylchuk, I. (Ukraine). Sustainable development as a new strategy for commercial banks [105-108]

PRODUCTIVE FORCES DEVELOPMENT AND REGIONAL ECONOMY

Zibrinova, L., Birknerova, Z., Frankovsky, M., & Litavcova, E. (Slovak Republic). Emotions in relation to cognitive distortions in thinking of the employed and unemployed individuals In English [109-113]

Tej, J., & Matusikova, D. (Slovak Republic). Carnival as a tourist product and its place in the local development In English [114-116]

ACCOUNTING, ANALISYS AND AUDIT

Kosiciarova, S., & Vincurova, Z. (Slovak Republic). Register of financial statements as instrument of transparency in financial administration In English [117-120]

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