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Holtz O.,TU Berlin | Holtz O.,University of California at Berkeley | Khrushchev S.,Kazakh Economics University | Kushel O.,Shanghai JiaoTong University
Computational Methods and Function Theory | Year: 2016

Given a polynomial (Formula Presented) with positive coefficients ak, and a positive integer M≤ n, we define an infinite generalized Hurwitz matrix HM(f):=(aMj-i)i,j. We prove that the polynomial f(z) does not vanish in the sector (Formula Presented) whenever the matrix HM is totally non-negative. This result generalizes the classical Hurwitz’ Theorem on stable polynomials (M= 2), the Aissen–Edrei–Schoenberg–Whitney theorem on polynomials with negative real roots (M= 1), and the Cowling–Thron theorem (M= n). In this connection, we also develop a generalization of the classical Euclidean algorithm, of independent interest per se. © 2016, Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg.

Koleda N.,Riga Technical University | Lace N.,Riga Technical University | Kaliyeva G.,Kazakh Economics University
WMSCI 2013 - 17th World Multi-Conference on Systemics, Cybernetics and Informatics, Proceedings | Year: 2013

The aim of the research is to develop the approach to management of the level of equity sufficiency, which can be applied towards the solution of particular problems of business viability. The authors suggest the algorithm for improving the business viability through the equity sufficiency by means of adjusted financial leverage effect. Its applicability is proved by results of analysis of statistical data on Latvian companies. Suggested approach to management of the level of equity sufficiency can be considered as an effective tool for achieving company's viability.

Nurgaliyeva A.M.,Kazakh Economics University | Appakova G.N.,Kazakh Economics University | Tulegenova R.A.,Kazakh Economics University | Zhapbarkhanova M.S.,Kazakh Economics University | Assanova A.B.,Kazakh Economics University
Life Science Journal | Year: 2014

A growth of overdue loans is a threat to stability of functioning of any economy. That fully applies to Russia and Kazakhstan. In the study an analysis of an implementation practice of the most common credit risk management models in Russian and Kazakhstan banks is presented, their effectiveness is assessed, proposed recommendations for banks credit risks management improvement in contemporary conditions of world and national banking systems development. A feature of theoretical and methodological approach for an analysis of management models of banks credit risks is an interpretation of credit risks management as a continuous process of an adaptation of bank's capital structure and an amount of reserves for losses on loans of a bank's loan portfolio at any point in time considering external and internal factors. On that basis of an assessment of Russian and Kazakhstan banking systems' effectiveness in a context of credit risk management is presented. The principal methods of the study are comparative and cluster analysis.

Ivilgaziev A.E.,Kazakh Economics University | Besekey E.,Kazakh Economics University
Life Science Journal | Year: 2014

The article analyzes the development of higher education in Kazakhstan. The main fields of application of information technology, a systematic approach in the evaluation and management examines the factors affecting the development of the university management, identify indicators that affect the efficiency of the use of information resources, as well as set and methodological aspects of the implementation of new educational standards.

Svyatov S.,Kazakh Economics University | Nurgaliyeva A.,Kazakh Economics University
Life Science Journal | Year: 2014

This article considers the key issues of credit risk management of second-tier banks of the Republic of Kazakhstan. It was revealed that currently, certain tendencies are growing, which will most probably adversely affect the indexes of overdue and potentially non-returnable consumer debts. In 2013, the scopes of consumer lending, including unsecured loans, rose in the country; and the worsening of the loan discipline of the population of the Republic of Kazakhstan was observed, which will sure adversely affect the quality of loan portfolios. The article suggests two new unique instruments, which will help loan institutions to improve their risk management systems.

Zhunusova G.,Kazakh Economics University
Actual Problems of Economics | Year: 2013

The article studies the vital for Kazakhstan problem of food security and considers the essence of the notion "food security", also analyzing the state of Kazakhstan's agriculture and revealing the factors which have negative influence upon the sufficiency of foodstuff in the country. Ways to solve the outlined problems are specified. The estimation methods for food security are studied; practical recommendations concerning their adaptation to Kazakhstan's realia are carried out.

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