The online section work was joined by 52 participants, the academic staff, students and graduates of the Education and Research Institute of Finance, Economics and Management (ERIFEM) of National University “Yuri Kondratyuk Poltava Polytechnic”.
The participants of the section meeting presented their research in the economic theory and cybernetics, eight scientific reports were given and discussed.
Svitlana Shcherbinina, Assistant Professor at the Department of Economic Theory and Economic Cybernetics of Yuri Kondratyuk Poltava Polytechnic, presented a report called “The Analysis of the Software for the Energy Management System” which included the systematic and informative approach to providing energetic efficiency of housing sector of economics and its component, the software for energy management system.
The speaker showed the rating of software according to its quality. “Products for energy management systems in budget field are more widely used than those in housing,” Svitlana Shcherbinina said.
Yana Tonkonoh, student of group 101EN, managed to get listeners interested in her report “Green Tourism in Ukraine: Problems and Development Perspectives”. In her presentation, the speaker mentioned the great importance of green tourism for small and medium business, described its attractiveness depending on the region of Ukraine and its most developed types, such as culinary, historical, pottery tourism, the problems of local communities connected with sharing information about green tourism, and providing the tourist services.
Of great interest was the report of PhD in Engineering, Associate Professor of the Department of Economic Theory and Economic Cybernetics Yurii Kharchenko “The Peculiarities of Modeling the Tendencies of the Regional Construction Field Development”. The speaker emphasized that now it is important to introduce modern methods of managing at the regional level, which are based on using the econometric economic-mathematical models and modern computer technologies.
Anna Mykhailenko, graduate student of group 501E of ERIFEM, presented the results of her research in her report “Applying the Multifactorial Regressive Analysis to Forecast the Volume of Product Realization at a Poultry Farm” and noticed that developing the economic and mathematical models allows the company to study the factors influencing the product sales in detail and change its activity in accordance with the received predicting evaluations.
An active discussion was caused by student of group 101EPTB of ERIFEM Oksana Zhytnyk’s report “The Influence of Macroeconomic Factors on the Currency Rates in Ukraine”. The student emphasized that the currency rate is formed under the influence of many factors which appear as a result of the close interrelation of the national and the world economics.
Student of group 101EPTB Kostiantyn Omelyanenko had a report called “The Modern Conditions of Improving the Digital Literacy of Ukrainians”. “Improving the digital skills is an important element of the development of modern society; thanks to the project ‘Дія. Цифрова освіта’, introduced on January 21, 2020, every Ukrainian can study digital literacy for free, which is useful and interesting,” the speaker noted.
The participants listened attentively to PhD in Economics, Associate Professor of the Department of Economic Theory and Economic Cybernetics Serhii Kobets’s report “Projecting the Economic Rates of the Activity of a Company”. The author said that the economic and mathematical modeling allows to show the tendencies or changes in the social and economic processes, evaluate their chances in the future planning period, see the alternatives and collect the data for choosing the way of further development.
Student of group 201EF Mariia Belkina presented a report “State in the System of Macroeconomic Modeling”, in which she emphasized the necessity of state regulations in the economics in order to ensure the effective operation of the markets.
In conclusion, at the end of the meeting of the Section of Economic Theory and Economic Cybernetics, the best reports were chosen as follows: “The Analysis of the Software for the Energy Management System” by Svitlana Shcherbinina, Assistant Professor at the Department of Economic Theory and Economic Cybernetics, and “Green Tourism in Ukraine: Problems and Development Perspectives” by Yana Tonkonoh, student of group 101EN, her academic advisor was PhD in Economics, Associate Professor Nataliia Zhovnir.
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