Olga A. Kalugina's research while affiliated with Financial University under the Government of the Russian Federation and other places

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The purpose of this study was to examine the role of personality traits on academic performance. Furthermore, this study also aims at exploring the effects of virtual experience (mediator) and emotional intelligence (moderator) between personality traits and academic performance of the students. The findings imply that personality traits are the st...
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This study decomposes energy intensity into structural and activity effects, and empirically examines their impact on CO2 emissions in environmental Kuznets curve framework for the 30 developing countries over 1990-2016. Second generation methodological approach is adopted. The decomposed indices reflect that energy efficiency has played a key role...
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The aim of this paper is to investigate the nexus among information and communication technologies (ICT), total factor productivity (TFP), and carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions in the top 10 emerging market economies for the period from 1995 to 2014 using the panel vector autoregressive (PVAR) approach. Analysis results suggest that the internet usage...
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Countries enact environmental regulations to achieve sustainable development and ecological sustainability. However, environmental regulations do not guarantee environmental sustainability unless implemented efficiently. Furthermore, political institutions play a key role in the formulation and management of environmental regulations. This research...
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The purpose of the study is to describe the external structure of French lexicological terms with the identification of frame structures that are common for modern French lexicology and specific for a concept of "Digital Economy". The article presents the characteristics of the concept of "digital economy", carried out a frame analysis of the struc...
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For a given software enhancement report, identifying its possible approval status could help software developers by suggesting feature enhancements to compete in the software industry. An automatic solution for the approval prediction of enhancements could assist all the participants in resolving enhancements. The key challenges are the preprocessi...
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Developer forums are essential for software engineers to solve their problems with the assistance of experts on such forums. However, sometimes the solutions (answers) of a problem are not satisfactory or challenging to select the potential answer. Information seekers usually browse all the answers within the question thread to get the potential an...
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Abstract: Knowing the thinking and behaviour of young people is currently one of the priorities of effective education. It is especially important to know the current changes in the young generation, which are related to the trends that shape and influence this generation. Especially online, last year with Covid 19, the younger generation immersed...
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Achieving carbon neutrality targets is a major challenge for Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) countries that experience mounting ecological degradation over the last few decades. To deal with this situation, the trading of green products may play a crucial role. However, previous studies have not captured the net impact...
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The authors analyze innovative methods that can help students of cooperative universities to master economic knowledge through a foreign language. The types of professional activities of specialists in the cooperative sphere, where knowledge of a foreign language is necessary, are identified. The difficulties and their causes that students may enco...
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Despite the ongoing research on energy innovation and economic growth, little is known on how degree of energy innovation impacts income inequality within a nation. To address this research gap, we have developed a bivariate model to analyze how distribution of energy innovation affects the income distribution in a certain country. Using the Fisher...
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The research examines the theoretical issues of the students’ media competence formation in French foreign language teaching in the practice of higher education as an interdisciplinary concept that requires a conceptual study and methodological basis. The study revealed the essence, formed the definition of this phenomenon, showed up its structure....
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The purpose of this study was to examine research and trends in technology usage in gifted child published in selected professional sources during the period 1990-2019. Content and Citation analysis was used in this study to investigate documents related to technology usage in gifted child researches, which were indexed in the Web of Science. “Tech...
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Creative neologisms are a strategic unit of communication, increasing the importance of modern publistic texts. The paper aims to consider the phenomenon of creative neologisms by the example of text fragments of English-language newspapers and to implement an adequate classification of creative neologisms. The relevance of studying creative neolog...
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This study assesses environmental Kuznets curve (EKC) hypothesis corroborating the role of scale, composite, and technology effects in OECD countries. To this end, we analyze the panel time series data from 1980 to 2017 using cross-sectional-autoregressive distributed lags (CS-ARDL). We document that economic growth and carbon emissions follow a U-...
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This paper considers the use of allegoric tales as an effective means of students’ ethic education while learning a foreign language. The social and psychological factors of the popularity of allegoric tales among adults in recent times are analysed. The place and role of allegoric tales in the youth’s spiritual and moral development are determined...
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Nowadays the economic processes in any world economy are carried out at a rapid pace. They have a strong influence on the activities of companies. In this regard, the electric power companies have faced the issue of increasing the efficiency of companies and reducing the degree of dependence on external factors. Moreover, the successful operation o...
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Developing critical thinking skills in university students has become a primary goal in higher education. This study investigated the efficacy of the classroom management strategies for developing critical thinking skills in undergraduate students in the class. The four strategies were incorporated into the 54-hour English program: 1) "Reading circ...
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This paper considers the investigation of smart technology integration into EFL teaching and assessment at the non-linguistic higher school. The purpose of the paper is to develop, theoretically substantiate and assess the usage of smart technology in EFL teaching at a non-linguistic higher school. The model for integration of smart technologies in...
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ESP teaching in the blended learning environment has become quite widespread in language classes worldwide. The purpose of this present study is to outline an effectiveness of ESP blended learning based on the use of the smart coursebook. A total of 48 EFL undergraduate students of a non-linguistic university participated in the study. The experime...
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This paper considers the enhancement of socio-cultural and intercultural skills of EFL students by means of culture-related extra-curricular events. The purpose of the paper is to ground theoretically and test experimentally the principles for selecting the elements of socio-cultural component which are expedient to be included into the content of...
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The paper investigates the formation of students’ intercultural communicative competence with a specific focus on EFL teaching at a non-linguistic higher school. The purpose of this study was to develop, theoretically substantiate and assess a model of developing ICC among students in an English language learning environment. The present study was...
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The relevance of the present study is due to the importance of the foreign language learning experiences designed by university educators for their MSc students and implemented using distance learning tools. The main objective of this paper is to examine and evaluate the content design of a foreign language course taught in non-linguistic universit...
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The paper investigates research into the ESP teachers’ role in relation to different teaching methods and students’ role in e-learning within the Moodle LMS. The number of definitions to e-learning, multiple terms and concepts, which focus on technological aspects and educational process of learning, and reflect authors´ cultural, educational and i...
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The article investigates the importance of development of professional communicative competence in an economic higher school through case studies. The components and levels of professional communicative competence are examined and analysed. The author comes to the conclusion that professional communicative competence is an important trait of charac...
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The article investigates the concept of intercultural competence, focuses its importance on foreign language teaching, and indicates the development of students' intercultural competence levels in a non-linguistic higher school. The complex foreign language teaching methodology of intercultural competence development was worked out. © 2016, Slovens...
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This present study investigates some critics on language education assessment in Slovakia. The article is an outcome from a research survey done in 2014 about the techniques and old bad habits in language assessment. For the research survey, the qualitative approach was adopted: interview with teachers as well as analysis of taken – observed lesson...

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... Working with case studies created optimal conditions for developing critical thinking skills. We agree with the position of Kulamikhina (2018) that "by developing good critical thinking skills, our undergraduates would manage to improve language skills significantly together with their social abilities" (Kulamikhina, Birova, Alipichev, Vasbieva & Kalugina, 2018). ...
... Since China mainly relies on fossil energy for resource utilization, the energy consumption structure is excessively dependent on coal. In addition, the emergence of problems, such as low energy consumption and utilization efficiency, have brought about increasingly serious environmental problems (Wada et al., 2021;Mirza et al., 2022), which have seriously restricted China's energy security. Studies have found that energy security is related to national strategic security and holds the lifeline of national social development (Bompard et al., 2017). ...
... Institutions play a critical role in developing green energy technologies and improving the quality of the environment because institutions are involved in energy and environmental policymaking and their practical implementation (Dasgupta and De Cian, 2018). According to Ahmed et al. (2021a), democracy, an important institutional variable, reduces EF significantly. According to Hosseini and Kaneko (2013), corruption control limits environmental deterioration. ...
... The psychological concept of quality of life is based on subjective satisfaction and wellbeing, or dissatisfaction and discomfort of individuals with their own lives. The pastoral concept of quality of life is very similar [24][25][26][27], and we can perceive a connection with the themes of ethics and morality [28][29][30][31]. Compared to the socio-economic point of view, the functional unit does not become the household but the individual and his perception of personal experience. ...
... While the economic benefits of integration into global value chains are numerous, concerns are rising about the environmental effects of this cross-border fragmentation of production processes (Wiedmann and Lenzen 2018). Global value chains play a significant role in the export trade of nations (Görg and Greenaway 2004), and in the environment-growth literature, international trade is the second most important determinant of environmental performance after income (Can et al. 2021). International trade increases pollution by increasing economic activities (scale effect). ...
... Likewise, Destek and Manga (2021) found that technological innovation reduces carbon emissions over the period 1995-2016 for Big Emerging Market (BEM) countries. Similar results were obtained by An et al. (2021) for belt and road host countries, Guo et al. (2021) for Asian countries, Baloch et al. (2021) for OECD countries, Shan et al. (2021) for Turkey, Yang et al. (2021) for BRICS economies, Anser et al. (2021) for EU countries, Erdogan (2021) for BRICS economies, Töbelmann and Wendler (2020) for EU countries, Rafique et al. (2020) for BRICS economies, Ibrahiem (2020) for African countries, Ahmad and Raza (2020) for America, Zameer et al. (2020) for Asian countries, Godil et al. (2020) for Pakistan, Khan A. et al. (2020) for BRICS economies, Ngepah and Udeagha (2019) for Sub-Saharan African countries, and Altinoz et al. (2021) for big emerging market countries. However, the findings contradict Usman and Hammar (2021), who revealed that technological innovation increases carbon emissions over the period 1990-2017 in the case of Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation. ...
... Cooperation with scientists from Russia during the pandemic in 2020 also brought interesting outputs in the publishing house Springer Nature [23,24]. Publications created on the basis of cooperation with Iranian scientists have been published in several databased journals [25][26][27][28]. ...
... Since the Paris agreement and COP26 are pressuring the nations to reduce environmental pollution, most countries still depend on fossil fuels to gain economic growth (Irfan et al., 2022;Razzaq et al., 2022). This economic growth is primarily due to fossil fuel consumption, creating environmental quality (Sinha et al., 2020;. ...
... The philosopher, Assoc. Prof. P. Kondrla has been collaborating on studies with Russian and Czech scientists for a long time [29][30][31][32]. Professor Jana Duchovicova is an expert in education sciences and teacher training, and is developing cooperation with Kazan Federal University [33]. ...
... Babushkina and Kalugina proposed a software engineering interpretation teaching mode for computer majors in colleges. Practice has proved that this teaching mode can effectively improve students' enthusiasm for learning [2]. Joly and Iseli-Chan believed that interpreting teaching is essentially the training of skills and techniques. ...