Priming Economic Growth in the Context of Uncertainty and External Influences
Speaker: Iya Degtyareva
Date: 27 November 2014, 4.00 pm
Venue: University of Central Asia (UCA), 138 Toktogul Street, Bishkek, Kyrgyz Republic,2nd Floor Conference Room.
In the last few decades there have been significant transformations in human needs, interests and values, as well as in social, economic and managerial relations. Characteristics of modern life, such as urbanisation, resources drive-up, virtualisation of spheres of life, public health problems, increases in consumption and decreases in natural resources, environmental deterioration, dynamic development of the service industry and unusual competition in all human activities, make it necessary to develop adequate tools to prime economic growth. Within this context, this lecture will consider the following: requirements for regions on successful economic growth in the context of uncertainty and the increase of external influences; basic development models of territories and economic goals of the models; approaches to priming economic growth; modern tools to prime economic growth of territories, and the main principles and use of tools in the context of growing external influences.
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Dr Iya Degtyareva is a professor in the Regional Management, Local Government and Urban Management Department of the National Academy of Public Administration under the President of Ukraine (NAPA). She has experience in enterprise economics, regional government authorities and public organisations and is the author of the module on Innovations in Regional Management for the NAPA master’s programme in public administration. Degtyareva is a member of the specialised Board of Academics of Chernigov State University, Ukraine. She is an economist with a Master of Science in Public Administration and a Doctor of Public Administration. Degtyareva has studied territorial development, has undertaken internships at public authorities of Poland, Germany, Lithuania, Belorussia, USA and Uzbekistan and is the author of more than 80 scientific papers, including monographs and textbooks.
The presentation will be conducted in Russian.