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Risk management mechanism of technology park's activities in the area of high technology: evidence from the republic of Ingushetia

Evloeva M.M. Ingush State University, Magas, Republic of Ingushetia, Russian Federation ( em86@nm.ru )

Journal: Regional Economics: Theory and Practice, #4, 2017

Subject The article describes the risk management mechanism of technopark's activities in the area of high technologies in the Republic of Ingushetia.
Objectives The article aims to clarify the concept of technopark risk in high technology; review the governance structure of the audit and internal control department of technopark in the Republic of Ingushetia; analyze risk factors and classify technopark risk; review the procedure for monitoring of the effectiveness of internal control and audit departments in the sphere of high technology.
Methods Regulatory framework and analysis of the activities of the regional and federal level science parks have become the methodological basis of the research.
Results The paper identifies the main risk factors for technoparks. It considers the risk causes and consequences, the monitoring of the effectiveness of procedures for internal control and audit departments in the sphere of high technology in the Republic of Ingushetia. As well, I offer my own definition of the concept of technopark.
Conclusions and Relevance I conclude that for rational functioning of technoparks in high technologies in the Republic of Ingushetia, it is necessary, since the construction of an industrial park, to consider the organization's planning and forecasting as a whole. The results obtained can be used in the activities of the industrial park in the Republic of Ingushetia, as well as in other regional-level industrial parks.


The potential of nonparametric models in the methodology for international financial comparisons

Evloeva L.B. Saint Petersburg State University, St. Petersburg, Russian Federation ( st040971@student.spbu.ru )

L'vova N.A. Saint Petersburg State University, St. Petersburg, Russian Federation ( n.lvova@spbu.ru )

Journal: Finance and Credit, #1, 2019

Subject The article deals with the international financial comparisons methodology. Within the framework of the study, we address the potential of non-parametric models to assess financial development assessment. Nonparametric models are by the International Monetary Fund and the World Economic Forum, however, they require further development in view of current challenges.
Objectives The research aims to assess the potential of nonparametric models in the international financial comparisons methodology.
Methods The research methodology appeals to the theory of financial systems, including the assumption of the phenomenon of financial exuberance. Given this assumption, the Financial Development Index that is developed using a nonparametric approach, has been tested on emerging economies.
Results The main research result is our model of the Financial Development Index. The novelty of the model is that the assessment takes into account the national innovation potential, which is becoming an increasingly important factor in financial development. Applying the proposed Index, we managed to rank the investigated countries by the level of financial development and identify their strengths and weaknesses.
Conclusions The potential of nonparametric models in the international financial comparisons methodology should be considered as high enough. These models are easy to use and enable to consider the specifics of analyzed information. Decomposition of the Financial Development Index by country reveals special aspects of financial systems, which should be taken into account by their participants and regulators of the financial sector.


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