“Анализ характеристик перевалки грузов с железнодорожного на морской транспорт с использованием аналитических решений”
In this article presented the analysis of available analytical decisions for interaction of railways and sea transport in port transshipment complexes on the example of the large port terminal. Influence of the organization of work and capacity of the terminal of port per formation of turns of railway transport and navy investigated
In this research the two mechanisms of the FDI distribution in Russian food industry companies are discussed. We investigate regional characteristics and their spatial lags as determinants of the process. To test the influence of these determinants on the probability to have more than 10% of foreign capital in a company we estimate the hierarchical binary-choice models on a sample of Russian food industry companies (from RUSLANA database, on 2009). According to the results, the hierarchical diffusion of foreign investors is motivated by the seeking of local market and by seeking of the efficiency through lower transportation costs and better investment environment. The local resources in innovations are not significant on this level. When the investors develop new regions they take into account almost all the investigated regional characteristics.
The review is devoted to one of mainstreams within conversation analytic perspective — multimodal interaction analysis, and is based on the materials of the CA conference (ICCA 10) which was devoted to multimodal interaction studies. Some key topics and research problems being discussed during conference panels are described in this paper as well as main research directions within contemporary CA sphere.
This book contains a unique collection of studies on key economic and social policy challenges faced by countries of the Southern and Eastern Mediterranean region in a short- and long-term perspective. Prepared within the EU funded FP7 project on „Prospective Analysis for the Mediterranean Region (MEDPRO)” conducted in 2010-2013 it takes account on recent political developments in the region (Arab Spring) and their potential consequences. It covers a broad spectrum of topics such as factors of economic growth, macroeconomic and fiscal stability, trade and investment, Euro-Mediterranean and intra-regional economic integration, private sector development and privatizations, infrastructure, tourism, agriculture, financial sector development, poverty and inequality, education, labor market and gender issues.
This book presents the findings of scientific studies on the successful operation of complex transport infrastructures in regions with extreme climatic and geographical conditions.
It features the proceedings of the VIII International Scientific Siberian Transport Forum, TransSiberia 2019, which was held in Novosibirsk, Russia, on May 22–27, 2019.
The book discusses improving energy efficiency in the transportation sector and the use of artificial intelligence in transport, highlighting a range of topics, such as freight and logistics, freeway traffic modelling and control, intelligent transport systems and smart mobility, transport data and transport models, highway and railway construction and trucking on the Siberian ice roads.
Consisting of 214 high-quality papers on a wide range of issues, these proceedings appeal to scientists, engineers, managers in the transport sector, and anyone involved in the construction and operation of transport infrastructure facilities.
Does the institutional environment in Russian regions significantly stimulate the inflow of foreign direct investment in Russian food industry enterprises or is the investor interested only in the size of a market? The sample of about 5000 food industry companies of different subindustries from different Russian regions is analyzed to give the answer to this question. The main idea of this investigation is to determine the institutional factors which effect the distribution of the FDI and to test whether the transport infrastructure in the region and in the neighboring ones plays an important role. The estimation of a multilevel binary model with spatial effects of analyzed factors gives the idea for the possible solution on the problem discovered above.
The article analyses the international experience in the field of assessment transport projects impacts on regional development within the process of decision making concerning the distribution of state financing. The experience of state regulation of transport projects assessment practice in Russian Federation and worldwide is compared. Different types of economic models used for transport impact assessment are reviewed. Applicability of different approaches and models for wider economic benefits of transport assessment in Russian Federation is analyzed.
The problem of the ensuring safe production makes the analysis of the attracting foreign capital processes more important. In this research the two mechanisms of the FDI distribution in Russian food industry companies are discussed. The influence of regional characteristics and the spatial lags is investigated via estimating hierarchical binary-choice models (with logical complexification) on a sample of Russian food industry companies from RUSLANA database on 2009. According to the results, the main motives are seeking of local market, transport infrastructure and better investment environment. Subindusrtrial heterogeneity was also found, especially concerning to the resource-seeking motive.
In Russia, the question of development of transport infrastructure is the hot is-sue. It is not only a necessary requirement for innovation program of economic growth, created by the president, but also an improving the quality of life and competitiveness of national economy factor. Till now, no attempts were made to systemize and provide a clear and just classification of airports` infrastructure development. This study is to fulfill this gap. Such a classification of the world can be of great practical importance for all the evolving airports, wishing to reach the world level of innovations. The study attempted to identify the transitional moments in the development of airports from a simple airfield to a modern hub. It is anticipated that the results of this study will be applicable to most companies conscious of the problem; and therefore the recommendations of the study will be generic for the private investors, the government and all the stakeholders.
The paper examines the structure, governance, and balance sheets of state-controlled banks in Russia, which accounted for over 55 percent of the total assets in the country's banking system in early 2012. The author offers a credible estimate of the size of the country's state banking sector by including banks that are indirectly owned by public organizations. Contrary to some predictions based on the theoretical literature on economic transition, he explains the relatively high profitability and efficiency of Russian state-controlled banks by pointing to their competitive position in such functions as acquisition and disposal of assets on behalf of the government. Also suggested in the paper is a different way of looking at market concentration in Russia (by consolidating the market shares of core state-controlled banks), which produces a picture of a more concentrated market than officially reported. Lastly, one of the author's interesting conclusions is that China provides a better benchmark than the formerly centrally planned economies of Central and Eastern Europe by which to assess the viability of state ownership of banks in Russia and to evaluate the country's banking sector.
The paper examines the principles for the supervision of financial conglomerates proposed by BCBS in the consultative document published in December 2011. Moreover, the article proposes a number of suggestions worked out by the authors within the HSE research team.