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Зуев В. Н. Вестник международных организаций: образование, наука, новая экономика. 2009. № 2. С. 126-130.
Added: Sep 30, 2012
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Зуев В. Н. Вестник международных организаций: образование, наука, новая экономика. 2008. № 3. С. 12-23.
Added: Sep 30, 2012
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Зуев В. Н. Вестник международных организаций: образование, наука, новая экономика. 2008. № 3. С. 12-23.

The paper describes the principle of the EU decision-making process as a unique mechanism of the European integration. The latter is of fundamental importance for the overall European Union structure functioning. Author reviews main achievements recently made by EU in the area of development and improvement of the EU decision-making mechanism. The EU decision-making process and its different structural elements can be applied to a range of fields such as economy and policy, science and education, and even to the everyday communication interpersonal practices. The paper reveals the main procedures and stages of the EU policy-making process aimed to meet interests of different countries with a different political weight. Focusing on the main functions and responsibilities of the European Council and Parliament and European Commission author illustrates his thoughts and conclusions with a variety of examples of policy-making process across European Union.

Added: Oct 17, 2012
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ван Вухт Ф., Вестерхайден Д. Ф. Вестник международных организаций: образование, наука, новая экономика. 2012. № 1. С. 9-33.

This paper sets out to analyse the need for better “transparency tools” which inform university stakeholders about the quality of universities. First, it gives an overview of what is understood by the concept of transparency tools and those that are currently available. Authors then critique current transparency tools’ methodologies, looking in detail at the question of data sources, the risks involved in constructing league tables and the challenges in using composite indicators. Lastly, authors argue in favour of developing a new principle for transparency tools: that of multidimensional ranking.

Added: May 21, 2012
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Аржанова И. В., Перфильева О. В., Заварыкина Л. В. и др. Вестник международных организаций: образование, наука, новая экономика. 2013. № 1. С. 8-30.

The article presents a template methodology for the Russian universities multidimensional ranking developed within the project «Developing and Approbating a Template Methodology for National Ranking of Higher Education Institutions» implemented by the National Training Foundation within a project with the Ministry of Education and Science, RF in 2011 - 2013. More than 100 Russian higher education institutions participated in the methodology approbation in 2012.

Added: Apr 11, 2013
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Киртон Дж. Дж. Вестник международных организаций: образование, наука, новая экономика. 2013. № 3.
Added: Nov 14, 2013
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Михневич С. В. Вестник международных организаций: образование, наука, новая экономика. 2015. Т. 10. № 1. С. 80-117.
This article considers the main features of the network of Confucius Institutes (CIs) and Confucius Classrooms (CCs)as an instrument of China’s soft power policy in Great Eastern Asia region. The first part examines linkages between thesoft power policy and the evolution of the existing system of international relations. It notes the importance of soft powerin preventing an erosion of state sovereignty and considers the model of spreading soft power as well as China’s officialapproach. The second part of the article considers the main principles and features of the CI and CC system and the majorpoints of its development. It analyzes the influence of the CI and CC headquarters on their development and function. Thethird part examines the main functions of CI and CC including education and other soft power ways to promote China. Thefourth part considers the network’s existing finance mechanisms. The fifth part analyzes the main methods of CI and CCwork and the reasons of their successful effectiveness. The sixth part examines the spread of the network in Great EasternAsia and the United States, including challenges and successes. In conclusion, the author summarizes the results of thisanalysis and offers recommendations to promote similar soft power mechanisms for Russia.   Citation: Mikhnevich S. (2015)

Mudrets pomogaet Podnebesnoy: razvitie seti Institutov Konfutsiya kak instrument realizatsii politiki «myagkoy sily» KNR v Bol'shoy Vostochnoy Azii

[The Sage Helps the Celestial Empire: Promotion of the Confucius Institutes’ Global Network as an Instrument of the PRC’s Soft Power Policy in the Great Eastern Asia Region]. INTERNATIONAL ORGANISATIONS RESEARCH JOURNAL, vol. 10, no 1 (in Russian)

 

Added: Sep 30, 2015
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Ланьшина Т. А. Вестник международных организаций: образование, наука, новая экономика. 2014. Т. 9. № 2. С. 28-58.
The article analyzes Germany’s soft power. According to the German government’s report on cultural foreign policy in  2010–2011, educational and cultural foreign policy are supporting elements its foreign policy. This position characterizes  the agenda of many soft power actors. Germany has developed a unique system of soft power. Non-governmental organizations including political  foundations prevail among its main actors. Their major sources of funds are federal and regional budgets, their own income,  membership fees and donations. Their activities focus on education, science, culture, economic relations and international  development. Soft power actors prioritize the German language and culture, promoting democracy, developing scientific  and economic relations, and positioning German goods, services and educational facilities. The author emphasizes the  variety and integrity of German soft power, which is well coordinated and open. Germany’s soft power often receives high  evaluations in international rankings and research reports. The author reviews the main soft power agents activities in 10 countries: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Brazil, Kazakhstan,  Kyrgyzstan, Mongolia, Tajikistan, Ukraine, Uzbekistan and Vietnam. Among these countries, Brazil is a top target of  Germany’s soft power, which multifaceted, sophisticated and well developed. Germany also pays attention to cooperation  with Ukraine, Vietnam and Kazakhstan. Mongolia, Armenia and Azerbaijan receive less attention, and there are few  German programs and soft power tools. However, more broadly, Germany has increased its interest towards the countries  analyzed.
Added: Oct 23, 2014
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Нагорнов В. А. Вестник международных организаций: образование, наука, новая экономика. 2014. Т. 9. № 2.
Added: Dec 5, 2014
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Королев В. А., Кудрявцева С. С. Вестник международных организаций: образование, наука, новая экономика. 2014. Т. 9. № 2. С. 190-208.
The article explores Japanese application of soft power through culture and language promotion, cooperation in education, and official development assistance. The analysis was conducted by assessing official documents. The authors focused on the Japan Foundation, a key instrument of Japanese soft power that carries out exchange programs in culture and art, Japanese-language programs, support for research on Japan and intellectual exchanges. It also supports Japanese Centres, which promote Japan's contribution to development assistance, provide training for businesses in the host country and promote the "Cool Japan" project to encourage the international expansion of Japanese small and medium-sized businesses in the creative industries. Japan has effectively used soft power instruments that reflect its national characteristics while also drawing on international experience. The ultimate goal is the promotion of national business interests. The analysis shows that despite the historical and civilizational differences between Japan and continental Europe, Asia and America, Japan regards traditional soft power mechanisms as an important means of gaining a leading position in world politics, economy and culture. Moreover, soft power tools enriched by national traditions help find unconventional solutions. To achieve its national goals, Japan promotes its values, creates a positive image of a humanitarian country and uses persuasion rather than propaganda — or "coercion for cooperation."
Added: Apr 1, 2015
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Зуев В. Н. Вестник международных организаций: образование, наука, новая экономика. 2010. № 4. С. 10-21.
Added: Sep 30, 2012
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Берг Э. Дж., Остри Дж. Д. Вестник международных организаций: образование, наука, новая экономика. 2013. Т. 8. № 4. С. 44-66.

The relationship between income inequality and economic growth is complex. Some inequality is integral to the effective functioning of a market economy and the incentives needed for investment and growth. But inequality can also be destructive to growth, for example, by amplifying the risk of crisis or making it difficult for the poor to invest in education. The evidence has also been mixed: some find that average growth over long periods of time is higher with more initial equality; others find that an increase in equality today tends to lower growth in the near term. The authors find that longer growth spells are robustly associated with more equality in the income distribution. For example, closing, say, half the inequality gap between Latin America and emerging Asia would, according to our central estimates, more than double the expected duration of a growth spell. Inequality typically changes only slowly, but a number of countries in our sample have experienced improvements in income distribution of this magnitude in the course of a growth spell. Inequality still matters, moreover, even when other determinants of growth duration—external shocks, initial income, institutional quality, openness to trade, and macroeconomic stability—are taken into account. A key implication of these results is that it is difficult to separate analyses of growth and income distribution. The immediate role for policy, however, is less clear. The analysis below does perhaps tilt the balance towards the notion that attention to inequality can bring significant longer-run benefits for growth. Over longer horizons, reduced inequality and sustained growth may thus be two sides of the same coin.

Added: Nov 27, 2013
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Вишневская Н. Т. Вестник международных организаций: образование, наука, новая экономика. 2009. № 1. С. 71-83.
Added: Sep 30, 2012
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Ларионова М. В. Вестник международных организаций: образование, наука, новая экономика. 2012. № 3. С. 21-41.
Added: Oct 11, 2012
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Шелепов А. В. Вестник международных организаций: образование, наука, новая экономика. 2012. № 2. С. 5-29.
Added: Oct 25, 2012
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Шелепов А. В. Вестник международных организаций: образование, наука, новая экономика. 2011. № 4. С. 40-60.
Added: Sep 28, 2012
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Ефремова М. В. Вестник международных организаций: образование, наука, новая экономика. 2010. № 2. С. 216-219.
Added: Sep 28, 2012
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Морозкина А. К. Вестник международных организаций: образование, наука, новая экономика. 2015. Т. 10. № 2. С. 89-105.

The article addresses the question whether the New Development Bank (NDB) will promote the role of the BRICS countries in the global financial architecture and foster their development. It begins by comparing the key multilateral development banks (World Bank, Asian Development Bank, African Development Bank and Inter-American Development Bank, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development) and national development banks of the BRICS countries with the newly established institution. The NDB’s purpose is to mobilize resources for infrastructure and sustainable development projects in the member countries. This purpose, as author concludes on the base of the analysis, partly duplicates the work of the existing institutions. However, the NDB could add to the functions of the existing institutions and become a significant development bank for its members. The best way to achieve this significance is to implement multilateral projects in the areas mentioned above. The article also examines the current role of the BRICS countries in the global financial architecture and the potential for an increased role, brought by the establishment of the BRICS bank. The founding countries of the NDB will jointly determine the volume and directions of its financial aid. In addition, in contrast to the Bretton Woods institutions, the BRICS countries can change the rules of the development financial aid, particularly the conditions and system for monitoring results. The article concludes that the BRICS countries have created a possible way to change the current system of development finance and therefore to increase the role of the BRICS countries in the global financial architecture.

Added: Nov 10, 2015
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Рахмангулов М. Р. Вестник международных организаций: образование, наука, новая экономика. 2011. № 1. С. 99-109.
Added: Sep 28, 2012
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Меликян А. В. Вестник международных организаций: образование, наука, новая экономика. 2008. № 7-8. С. 71-84.
Added: Oct 1, 2012