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Analysis of state of wholesale trade in the Primorsk area

Mayzner N.A. PhD in Economics, Associate Professor of department "Marketing, Commerce and Logistic", the Far Eastern Federal University ( )

Kovalenko Y.V. PhD in Economics, Deputy Chairman of the Primorsk Commercial and Industrial Chamber ( )

Journal: Regional Economics: Theory and Pactice, #41, 2012

In the article the analysis of the state of wholesale trade in Primorsk area is presented, tendencies and features of its development at the present stage are revealed, the factors influencing increase in volumes of wholesale commodity turnover are defined, the problems of functioning of the wholesale enterprises in Primorsk area are revealed and the measures for their elimination are offered.

Personal Finances Saving during Financial Crisis

Pakhomov S.B. Head of Committee for State Loans of Moscow City

Kovalenko A.V. Vice General Director of Specialised State Unitary Enterprise Mosfinagentstvo, General Director CJSC Garant-M

Journal: National interests: priorities and security, #11, 2009

Informational Centre of the Moscow Administration hosted a pres-conference on an urgent topic: how can the Russians avoid losing the personal savings during the financial crisis? Among the participants were Pakhomov Sergey Borisovich, Head of the Committee for State Loans of Moscow City, and Kovalenko Andrey Vladimirovich, Vice General Director of Specialised State Unitary Enterprise Mosfinagentstvo, General Director CJSC Garant-M. They answered numerous questions of the journalists.

Saving of personal assets of population in conditions of crisis

Journal: Financial Analytics: Science and Experience, #6, 2009

In the Information centre of the government of Moscow a press-conference was held devoted to the urgent theme everybody is worried about: the way Russians should keep personal savings in conditions of financial crisis. In the press conference took part S.B. Pakhomov chairman of the Committee of state borrowings of Moscow and A.V. Kovalenko deputy general director of SGUP Mosfinagentstvo, General director of ZAO Garant-M. They answered many questions received from representatives of mass media.

Modeling of managerial process by transaction costs in motor transportation cluster

Vasin A.S. Doctor of Economics, head of department Federal treasury of Tula ( )

Shahov .Y. PhD in Economics, chief engineer of JSC Tulavtotrans ( )

Kovalenko V.A. Deputy director of JSC Navigation and information systems ( )

Journal: Financial Analytics: Science and Experience, #47, 2011

As a result of research of features and essence of the mutual relations arising inside motor transportation cluster, necessity of management is proved by the transaction costs arising between various participants of cluster formation. Use of the mathematical device of the theory of games for modeling managerial process by transaction costs in motor transportation cluster is considered.

The prospects of innovative development in terms of intellectual capital of the region

Teslenko I.B. Doctor of Economic sciences, head of department Economics, Vladimir State University named after Alexander and Nickolay Stoletov (VlSU) ( )

Kovalenko S.J. assistant of dean of faculty Management and Information technology, senior lecturer of department Management and Marketing, Vladimir Institute of Business ( )

Journal: Regional Economics: Theory and Pactice, #11, 2012

The connection between the intellectual capital development and the innovative possibilities of the countrys economic development is shown in the article. The state of intellectual capital and its components is analyzed: human, structural and customers capital. The characteristics of intellectual capital in the specific region - the Vladimir region is presented. Intellectual capital development perspectives and their influence on the innovation development are defined.

Bureaucracy on crossing of various managing directors of systems

Zakharov V.K. Doctor of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, Senior Research Fellow the Moscow State University named after M.V.Lomonosov, Professor of the Moscow City Psychological-Pedagogical University ( )

Kovalenko S.G. PhD of Historical Sciences, Research Fellow of department "Social and Political Studies", the Institute of History, Archeology and Ethnography of the Far Eastern Branch of RAS ( )

Journal: National interests: priorities and security, #27, 2012

In the article bureaucracy as the fundamental category of administrative processes being on crossing of various managing directors of systems on an example of Russia and the countries of the West and the East are considered. The provision of officials and productivity of forms and methods of imperious impact on it are analyzed. The need of ensuring controllability of the country according to national interests locates is revealed.

Performance metrics of industrial classification in the Russian Federation and abroad

Kozyr' N.S. Kuban State University, Krasnodar, Russian Federation ( )

Kovalenko V.S. Kuban State University, Krasnodar, Russian Federation ( )

Journal: Economic Analysis: Theory and Practice, #10, 2017

Importance The All-Russia Classifier of Types of Economic Activity presents details of information on business operations of economic entities. It is developed on the basis of the International Standard Industrial Classification of All Economic Activities (ISIC) recommended by the United Nations for all countries of the world.
Objectives The aim of the study is to investigate the Russian classification comparability with industrial classifiers applied abroad and identify areas for improving the approaches to statistical accounting of the national economy.
Methods We reviewed the Russian Unified System of Classification and Codification of Information (USCC) and performed a comparative analysis of the All-Russia Classifier of Types of Economic Activity and the ISIC. The paper rests on the data from certain foreign statistical departments, and reveals advantages and disadvantages of effective industrial classifiers.
Results The existing national classifiers are sufficiently unified, however, it is impossible to compare industry-specific indicators of different economies. Classifiers of foreign countries and the Russian Federation are created on the basis of ISIC, but the presented information differs in terms of the composition of sections. National specifics of data systematization distort the actual assessment of types and scale of economic entities' activities.
Conclusions It is crucial to restructure the All-Russia Classifier of Types of Economic Activity to ensure its functional use within Russia. This will enable a reliable statistical accounting for operations of multi-business companies. In future, the Classifier should become a part of monitoring and strategic planning of the Russian economy structure.

Managing credit risks of commercial banks under the financial system's volatility

Nikulina O.V. Kuban State University, Krasnodar, Krasnodar Krai, Russian Federation ( )

Kovalenko A.I. Kuban State University, Krasnodar, Krasnodar Krai, Russian Federation ( )

Journal: Finance and credit, #30, 2015

Importance To survive financial volatility and remain competitive, commercial banks try to optimize their lending policies by analyzing and assessing risks of their credit portfolios. The research deals with economic relationships that originate as commercial banks develop and progress in their activities.
     Objectives The objective of the research is to formulate theoretical provisions and practical guidelines for setting up a mechanism for commercial bank's credit portfolio management, using the credit risk assessment method based on the VaR model and simulation modeling procedures.
     Methods The Value-at-Risk model enabled us to assess the risk of the commercial bank's credit portfolio through an analysis of the bank's maximum losses broken down into expected and unexpected ones.
     Results We substantiate the need to articulate the commercial banks' credit risk management method by assessing the probability of the borrower's default. We suggest assessing expected and unexpected losses to plan the bank's reserves for possible litigation losses and determine internal security of the credit portfolio.
     Conclusions and Relevance The proposed method for managing the commercial bank's credit risk will enable the bank's top executives to internally assess the risks on an ongoing basis, take effective managerial decisions in order to set up lending limits in line with changes in the credit portfolio and their effect on the credit portfolio risk.

The Soviet economic modernization in the Far East during the Perestroika: the idea and results

Kovalenko S.G. Institute of History, Archaeology and Ethnography of the Peoples of the Far East, Far Eastern Branch of RAS, Vladivostok, Russian Federation ( )

Journal: National interests: priorities and security, #37, 2015

Importance The research investigates the Perestroika as a turning point in the Russian history. The article focuses on the Soviet modernization of the Far Eastern economy in terms of contemporary theoretical perspectives.
Objectives I analyze reformers' ideas of unleashing the socialistic potential at the central and regional levels. For this, they intended to initiate another stage of economic modernization in the Far East. The research aims at unveiling whether they succeeded in attaining their official goals.
Methods The research relies upon a historical narration, content analysis of recently discovered historical documents and the method of oral history, which Sigurd Schmidt called the practice of scientifically organized and documented oral information of participants or witnesses of events. Furthermore, I applied a situation analysis of the Perestroika processes in the regional economy, and the theory of modernization.
     Results The article reviews what impact the Perestroika processes had on the regional economy of the Far East, and illustrates the process of destroying the Soviet economic system and adverse consequences for the population of the Far Eastern region.
Conclusions and Relevance It is worth mentioning an attempt of changing the structure of the Soviet economic system as an important and crucial aspect of those processes. It caused the loss of control at the regional and local levels. I conclude that such acceleration had catastrophic implications for the social life and economy of the Far East. I reveal reasons why the region's governing elite is reluctant to take part in crucial and fundamental reforms and transformations.

The primordial synthetism of society as the conversion factor of the Soviet system

Zakharov V.K. Lomonosov Moscow State University, Moscow, Russian Federation ( )

Kovalenko S.G. Institute of History, Archaeology and Ethnography of Far East Division of RAS, Vladivostok, Russian Federation ( )

Journal: National interests: priorities and security, #33, 2014

The article deals with the study of the link between the socio-psychological factors and the transformation of society. The authors consider such a socio-psychological factor, as the primordial synthetic character of society and also examine its influence on the sustainability of society and the transformation of society. In order to highlight this fact, the paper at the outset considers the basis of the unifying (synthetic) view of the world and its genesis. Based on this, the authors introduce such concepts as a type, stereotype and archetype of being within a given society and accordingly, generalizing the personality archetype concept, which was introduced by Karl Jung. The type of being is associated with its memorable image (meme). The article considers the inducing effects of the meme on the reproduction of the type of being and the sum of all types of being, which were implemented or being implemented by the particular society, as it presented the essence (the format), and a set of memes of all types of being and considered as the primordial essence (mentality) of the society. The primordial essence is the invariant of the society on long-time intervals. The authors demonstrate that each society is inherently synthetic in the sense that the primordial essence of each modern society constitutes the evolutionarily coherent connection (fusion) of the three primordial entities: biologic, bio-sociological and social ones. The paper points out that in case that any society arbitrarily creates the conditions that are contrary to the original syncretic essence, than such society proves to be fragile and is prone to the destructive changes. The authors discuss the developed conceptual apparatus, which is applied to analyze the nature of the Soviet society. The paper demonstrates that the Soviet society originally comprised the destructive contradiction between the proclaimed phenomenal entity of the society and its effective original being that had manifested itself as the arbitrary created social neo-types of being, which contradicted the causative biological, bio-social and social arch-memes. Using the historical material, the authors trace to what extent the change of the ideology attitudes of the Soviet society was taking place with the availability of the aforementioned controversy and under the decisive influence of the biological, social and arch-memes.

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