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A system of consumer cooperation: The principle of institutional matrices

Tinyakova V.I. Russian State Social University, Moscow, Russian Federation ( tviktoria@yandex.ru )

Morozova N.I. Volgograd Cooperative Institute, Branch of Russian University of Cooperation, Volgograd, Russian Federation ( miss.natalay2012@yandex.ru )

Makarova N.N. Volgograd Cooperative Institute, Branch of Russian University of Cooperation, Volgograd, Russian Federation ( yamg@mail.ru )

Kupryushina O.M. Voronezh State University, Voronezh, Russian Federation ( kupryushina@econ.vsu.ru )

Journal: Regional Economics: Theory and Pactice, #3, 2017

Subject The article studies the consumer cooperatives system, that forms a specific structure, from a perspective of institutional matrix.
Objectives The article aims to study the development of consumer cooperation in the context of the principle of institutional matrices application. As well, the paper aims to show the impact of government policies in the field of consumer cooperation in terms of determining the future direction of its institutional transformation.
Methods For the study, we used the provisions of the institutional matrix concept, methods of logic, and institutional analysis.
Results The paper shows the identified and predicted effects of public corporate policies in the economic field on institutional changes in the field of consumer cooperation.
Conclusions The paper concludes that in the process of adapting the subjects of consumer cooperation to market conditions, market institutions will be integrated into niches of their institutional structure, which is formed on the basis of institutions of redistributive economy.


Economic analysis of the budgets of a multi-industry holding company

Davnis V.V. Voronezh State University, Voronezh, Russian Federation ( vdavnis@mail.ru )

Kupryushina O.M. Voronezh State University, Voronezh, Russian Federation ( olgak@umc.vsu.ru )

Journal: Economic Analysis: Theory and Practice, #13, 2015

Importance Creating a group of related organizations, such as a holding company, is one of the ways to reduce management costs, minimize business risk in order to work in an open market. The efficiency and stability of holding structures are directly associated with the need to obtain accurate and up-to-date information on the activities of the group, as a whole, and its members. Therefore the information on financial flows is relevant. A clear idea of the direction of income and expenditure of funds within the group and beyond is the basis for more detailed planning of the activities and management decisions. In connection with this, a particular role belongs to budgeting and subsequent economic variance analysis as an essential tool for evaluating the execution of scheduled values. The analysis can predict the development of the company, as a whole, and the effectiveness of its members.
     Methods The study uses a system analysis, modeling, methods of comparison and grouping.
     Conclusions and Relevance The paper concludes that, in order to assess the effectiveness of holding structures, it is necessary to create a budgeting system and carry out a comparative analysis of deviations of actual values of the group and its member organizations' consolidated reporting from the planned ones. This information will allow the company's management not only correct the budget items and the planned values of operation and investment activities, but also to identify new directions for the development of intragroup relationship that eventually would lead to an increase in the value of the business, as a whole.


From Assessment of Organization's Financial Standing to Integrated Methodology for Analysis of Sustainable Development

Endovitskii D.A. Voronezh State University, Voronezh, Russian Federation ( eda@vsu.ru )

Lyubushin N.P. Voronezh State University, Voronezh, Russian Federation ( lubushinnp@mail.ru )

Babicheva N.E. Voronezh State University, Voronezh, Russian Federation ( sigaeva@mail.ru )

Kupryushina O.M. Voronezh State University, Voronezh, Russian Federation ( olgakupryushina@umc.vsu.ru )

Journal: Digest Finance, #2, 2017

Importance The issue of sustainable development and sustainable growth of social product has been discussed by the international professional community since the second half of the 20th century. Nowadays, there is a need to develop key indicators characterizing both financial standing and sustainable development of organizations, and a methodology for their assessment.
Objectives The aim of the study is to review the problems related to the assessment of financial condition and analysis of sustainable development of organizations.
Methods The study draws upon general scientific principles and research methods, namely, analysis and synthesis, induction and deduction, grouping, comparison, abstraction, generalization, analogy, and modeling.
Results Sustainable development can be viewed as a process and as a state. As a process, the sustainable development of the organization has a time period, during which its characteristics change. The principal characteristic is a relative share of intensive factors in the revenue for the considered type of resources. It served as a classification criterion for evaluation of processes according to the golden ratio principle. We identify absolute, stable, unstable, and crisis types of sustainable development.
Conclusions and Relevance The analysis of organizations' operations is impeded by the lack of legal framework and available averaged values of indicators characterizing the financial condition by type of economic activity. It is important to develop analytical procedures that measure all types of capital of integrated reporting, the interactions between them, and the value of the entire business.


From the assessment of organization's financial standing to the integrated methodology for analysis of sustainable development

Endovitskii D.A. Voronezh State University, Voronezh, Russian Federation ( eda@vsu.ru )

Lyubushin N.P. Voronezh State University, Voronezh, Russian Federation ( lubushinnp@mail.ru )

Babicheva N.E. Voronezh State University, Voronezh, Russian Federation ( sigaeva@mail.ru )

Kupryushina O.M. Voronezh State University, Voronezh, Russian Federation ( olgakupryushina@umc.vsu.ru )

Journal: Economic Analysis: Theory and Practice, #12, 2016

Importance The issue of sustainable development and sustainable growth of social product has been discussed by the international professional community since the second half of the 20th century. Nowadays, there is a need to develop key indicators characterizing both financial standing and sustainable development of organizations, and a methodology for their assessment.
Objectives The aim of the study is to review problems related to assessment of financial condition and analysis of sustainable development of organizations.
Methods The study draws upon general scientific principles and research methods, namely, analysis and synthesis, induction and deduction, grouping, comparison, abstraction, generalization, analogy, and modeling.
Results Sustainable development can be viewed as a process and as a state. As a process, the sustainable development of the organization has a time period, during which its characteristics change. The principal characteristic is a relative share of intensive factors in the revenue for the considered type of resources. It served as a classification criterion for evaluation of processes according to the golden proportion principle. We identify absolute, stable, unstable, and crisis types of sustainable development.
Conclusions and Relevance The analysis of organizations' operations is impeded by the lack of legal framework and available averaged values of indicators characterizing the financial condition by type of economic activity. It is important to develop analytical procedures that measure all types of capital of integrated reporting, the relationship between them, and the value of the entire business.


The impact of capital investment, number of people employed in the economy and hydrocarbon extraction on sustainable development of industrial production in Russia

Lyubushin N.P. Voronezh State University, Voronezh, Russian Federation ( lubushinnp@mail.ru )

Babicheva N.E. Voronezh State University, Voronezh, Russian Federation ( sigaeva@mail.ru )

Kozinova A.T. National Research Lobachevsky State University of Nizhny Novgorod, Nizhny Novgorod, Russian Federation ( antonina.kozinova@gmail.com )

Kupryushina O.M. Voronezh State University, Voronezh, Russian Federation ( olgakupryushina@umc.vsu.ru )

Journal: Economic Analysis: Theory and Practice, #11, 2016

Subject The article addresses econometric analysis of relationship of macroeconomic indicators defining the sustainable development of industrial production in Russia, i.e. industrial production index, capital investment, number of people employed in the economy, coal mining, oil and gas production.
Objectives The purpose of the work is to create models of analytical quantification of industrial production index of Russia, taking into account periods of economic turbulence.
Methods We apply correlation and regression methods to analyze statistical data from 2003 through 2015. Dummy indicators are included in the models for quantification of abnormal changes in Russia's industrial production index during periods of economic instability.
Results The quantitative analysis suggests that the elasticity of industrial output is very small (less than 0.1) for capital investment, testifying to low efficiency of investment process; it is higher for oil production as compared with coal and gas, and is indicative of greater dependence of the Russian economy on oil; and it is significantly higher for the number of people employed in the economy as compared with other macroeconomic indicators, and this implies that the physical infrastructure of the country is obsolete.
Conclusions and Relevance The use of dummy indicators in the models enabled to neutralize the impact of periods of economic volatility on the model quality; to evaluate abnormal changes in industrial production index of Russia during crises that are not related to macroeconomic indicators included in the regression function; to predict changes in the industrial production of Russia depending on capital investment, number of people employed and production of hydrocarbons.


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