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Modern problems of economics, management and trade (IIMET)

The section is held on the basis of the Institute of Industrial Management, Economics and Trade, which harmoniously combines a high level of training and in-depth knowledge of the industry features of different areas - energy, engineering, real estate, entrepreneurship, public administration, etc.

Subsections

  1. 1.1 Business Engineering
  2. 1.2 Information systems and technologies in management
  3. 1.3 Strategic management of business development
  4. 1.4 Human Resource Management
  5. 1.5 Project Management
  6. 1.6 Marketing
  7. 1.7 Innovative management methods in the oil and gas sector
  8. 1.8 Economics and Management in Energy and Environmental Management
  9. 1.9 Management of the value of the investment potential of real estate and business
  10. 2.1 Topical Issues of State and Municipal Management
  11. 2.2 Innovative economics
  12. 2.3 Current trends in the development of accounting, taxation and auditing
  13. 2.4 Finance and financial management: credit relations, banking, corporate finance
  14. 2.5 Digital Economy and Industry 4.0
  15. 2.6 Modern problems of development of socio-economic systems in the context of globalization
  16. 2.7 Analysis of problems and trends in the development of the economy and management of industrial enterprises7
  17. 3.1 Innovative technologies in goods science
  18. 3.2 Quality management of goods and services
  19. 3.3 Problems and prospects of innovative development of internal trade
  20. 3.4 Social and economic problems of management in the service sector
  21. 3.5 Trade Policy: Current Realities and Development Prospects
  22. 3.6 The digital environment as a driver of the transformation of business and society
  23. 4. International Business Development and Innovative Entrepreneurship
Svetlana Vladimirovna Shirokova
  • Degree
    Candidate of Economic Sciences
  • Rank
    Associate Professor
Olga Vladimirovna Kalinina
  • Degree
    Doctor of Economic Sciences
  • Rank
    Associate Professor