The monograph based on a study of legal acts of the World Trade Organization and periodical literature examines the history of the creation of the GATT / WTO, its structure, goals and principles. On the basis of statistical data and other sources describes the process of Russia's accession to the WTO, analyzed the socio-economic consequences, examines the process of adaptation of Russian business, higher education and the ability of the Customs Union in the framework of Russia's membership in the WTO. The author focuses on the possible negative effects on the regional level and in various sectors of the economy. On the basis of the analysis carried out by forming conclusions and provides guidance for the development of adaptation to Russian WTO rules.
Work is aimed at specialists in the field of economics, law, customs, university students, as well as all those interested in the consequences of Russia's entry into the World Trade Organization.
The text-book consists of 5 chapters, which deals with key aspects of methodology and research techniques in economic research in general, at regional level and in main economic sectors - state and corporate, including financial one.
Intended for use by pastgraduate students, majoring in Economics (38.06.01), professors of economic universities and all those, who are interested in scientific problems of economics.
Detailed discussion devoted to financial bubbles. Both chronological (from 16th century to modern times) and geographical (from Japan to Kuweit and USA) vantage points are considered. Historical facts are also illustrated by their reflection in world literature. Psychological, sociological, economic and financial explanations of bubbles are covered. A theoretical concept of financial bubble is developed – conditions that drive the creation of a bubble are defined, signs that indicate the presence of a bubble, directly or indirectly, are established. The book reviews dangers associated with this phenomenon and its consequences. Ideas offered in the book may assists in reducing risks associated with investment into overvalued assets.
The student's book is based on the CLIL approach to teaching and teaches case study solving skills via English language learning. Such an approach creates positive environment for students to master new knowledges and skills.
The resource book entitled “ENGLISH FOR BUSINESS STUDIES IN HIGHER EDUCATION” is a collection of ten lessons based on a selection of TED talks about business issues. The selected TED talks not only enhance the learners’ English language proficiency but also develop the learners’ professional competencies and expand their outlook by acquainting them with business practices from around the world. All the lessons have a regular structure and include exercises for developing vocabulary, listening, reading, speaking, note-taking and writing skills. A quick test has been developed for each lesson checking the student’s assimilation of the material. Through authentic models of effective communication, students build fluency to achieve academic and personal success. The resource book can be used both for classroom activities and for independent work. “Business English with TED talks” will be of interest to an international readership, especially for ESP instructors and university teachers of English as a foreign language.