Olga Nosova

Olga Nosova
V. N. Karazin Kharkiv National University · Department of Marketing and Management of Foreign Economic Activity

Doctor of Economic Sciences

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The article argues that the corporate governance and corporate social responsibility relationship considers complementary categories. The corporate social responsibility in multinational corporations has emerged strongly as a policy popular with many US and Western European corporations. German multinationals practices prove a more positive public...
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The article examines the causes of corporate governance conflicts inUkraine. The analysis of numerous studies helps to clarify the basic issues including objectives, interests, methods of achievement, and results of managerial and stockholder conflicts. The application of the economic and legal mechanisms for corporate conflicts elimination is prop...
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The paper studies the regional integration as the unique process which depends on the degree of cooperation and interchange among regions. The generalisation of existing approaches for regional integration has been classified by the criterions. The data of the main economic indicators have been analysed. The economic analysis proves the differences...
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This paper investigates the formation of the ownership structure and the corporate governance system of the Ukraine as a country in transition. Numerous studies consider that privatization results in the establishment of a proprietors’ motivation mechanism. On the other hand it causes ownership concentration in the hands of a few shareholders and m...
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International trade contributes significantly to a country's development through the full utilization of domestic resources; expansion of market size; the transfer of new ideas, technologies, and skills; and stimulation of capital transfer. The elimination of trade barriers, reduction of transportation costs, and the upsurge in telecommunication up...
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The modem tendencies of global economic development demonstrate the rapid increase of world trade, inter-regional, inter-firm trade and global capital transfers. The global industrialization upswing, international division of labor expansion, and foreign trade growth stimulate the integration of developing countries into the system of global econom...
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The development of trade accelerates economic growth, provides stimulus to new forms of productivity, enhances specialization, and leads to a more rapid pace of job creation. The expansion of free trade promotes inflow of goods and services, the increase of competition in domestic markets, access to a new markets, as well as the dissemination of kn...
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The majority of world countries succeeded in the restoration of their financial systems after the destructive financial crisis in 1998. Countries in transition restored their economies, but they continue to encounter serious problems that are considered the consequences of crisis. Eastern European countries are at starting positions for integrating...
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The transition period to a market economy shows the necessity for solutions to a variety of problems in all spheres. The most significant spheres in the process of systematic transformation to market economy of East European countries are Economics, Politics, Science, and Culture. Successful realization of economic reforms toward market is closely...
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The transformational period from command to market economy shows the necessity of the systematic transformation in all spheres of economy. The search for a way out of the unstable situation in Russia and the Ukraine, the detection of the basic reasons for the economic recession and substantiation of means for overcoming it, and the determination of...
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In this paper a comparative exploration of the potential for foreign investment and real inflow to Russia and Ukraine are examined. The analysis showed that primarily both countries enjoyed significant comparative advantages in attracting foreign capital. Since the foundation of independent states in 1992 attractiveness began to diverge dramaticall...

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