Системное моделирование социально-экономических процессов: труды 38-ой международной научной школы-семинара, г. Казань, 2 – 8 октября 2015 г.
System modeling of social-economic processes: The Material 38-th international scientific school-seminar, Kazan, 2-8 October 2015
Usually in service systems with bids for proceeding in the queue interactions between players are ignored, and symmetric information is assumed. The aim of this paper is to explore the influence of communication between players on the total amount of bribes. Preliminary results show that under imperfect information interactions in groups and the properties of the utility function and key parameters are relevant for the equilibrium level of corruption in the system.
We consider a model of two-sector economy consisting of industrial sector with monopolistic competition and agricultural sector with perfect competition. We study the equilibrium of the model built on the assumption that workers are mobile within their sectors but immobile between the sectors. Unspecified utility underlies consumers’ preferences. Then we describe the response of the demand, supply, prices, and wages to exogenous matched size changes of the two sectors.
Despite the fact that the range of players in telecommunication market is not large, the companies operate in continuously increasing competition on one side and slowing extensive growth of the industry on the other. This leads companies to an understanding the fact that the efforts of the company's management should be directed to the area of intensive growth. One of the factors that increase the intensification of a telecommunication company is planning a tariff policy strategy. This paper is devoted to forming the tariff policy of a company with regard to the preferences of subscribers.
Cyclicality of Canadian and Russian industries and Russian companies in terms of the thesis of greater cyclicality of durable goods industries in comparison with nondurable ones is scrutinized by the authors. According to the results the extents of cyclicality of durable and nondurable goods industries in Canada are equal. The theoretical thesis under consideration is correct for the industrial structure of Russia: durable goods industries in Russia are more cyclical than nondurable ones. Moreover, Russian companies also comply with the aforementioned statement. In addition to this the effect of asymmetrical reaction of industries and companies on expansion and contraction happening in the economy is considered in the paper.