Economics & Sociology

Articles from Vol. 7, No. 4, 2014

Consumption Level during the Period of Holodomor
IntroductionFamine in the USSR of 1933 was one of the largest national catastrophes in modern history with direct loss of human life in the range of millions. It entered the annals of history as one of its most tragic events. However, the historians...
Corruption as a Driver of Migration Aspirations: The Case of Ukraine
Introduction"Here in Ukraine everything can be bought either for money or for big money. There is no third option " [41131]1.The phenomenon of corruption has now assumed global proportions. It is an issue that resonates with people all over the world...
Cost Variability and Cost Behaviour in Manufacturing Enterprises
IntroductionCost management is one of the most important issue of company performance and company financial management. Also the issue of the costing systems, methods and techniques is one of the important features of cost management and management accounting....
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Economics Sociology (www.csr.co.ua) is a bi-annual international scholarly journal published by Centre of Sociological Research (Ukraine) in co-operation with Foundation of International Studies (Ukraine), Mykolas Romeris University (Lithuania) and Academy...
Ethical Problems of the Sociologists Profession. Polish Perspective
IntroductionContemporary sociological studies are utilitarian, as a matter of fact, because many people and institutions use information collected by the sociologists during empirical research. The ways this knowledge is used are of dual character. Some...
Integral Knowledge, Innovation and Technology Cluster Formation Nurturing the Universal Development Sustainability in the Context of Globalization
(ProQuest: ... denotes formulae omitted.)IntroductionSustainable development and purposeful integration of science, innovation and technologies are the main instruments that would help the world to overcome the current and potential future challenges....
Interconnections between Public Indebtedness and Inflation in Contemporary Economies
IntroductionAs various countries resorted more and more to public indebtedness in order to raise additional financial resources unobtainable by the usual mean of taxes, theoretical and practical concerns to identify and assess the effects of state indebtedness...
Migration Incentives and Flows between Belarus, Moldova, Ukraine and the European Union: A Forecasting Model
(ProQuest: ... denotes formulae omitted.)IntroductionThis paper outlines and predicts the determinants of migration from the Eastern European countries (hereinafter denoted as EEC and represented by Belarus, Moldova and Elkraine - see Figure 1) to the...
Multidimensional Analysis Applied to the Quality of the Websites: Some Empirical Evidences from the Italian Public Sector
IntroductionThe present research - exposed in the form of survey - has been stimulated by the growing awareness that the Public Administration's websites (subsequently abbreviated as PA's websites) are essential tools to help the needs of the communities...
The Research on the Impact of the Changes of Commodity Price Level in the World Commodity Exchanges on Variation of General Price Level
(ProQuest: ... denotes formulae omitted.)IntroductionFor many years modern economies is facing significant problem of overall increasing general price level. During which the value of monetary unit falls and decreases its purchasing power - so called...
Understanding the Key Characteristics of an Embedded Business Model for the Base of the Pyramid Markets
IntroductionThere is a gradual shift in the orientation of the global enterprises towards the underserved needs of the low-income population living across the rural and semi-urban locations in the developing countries. Prahalad and Hart coined the term...
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