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Fomin E.P.,Samara State Economic University | Alekseev A.A.,Saint Petersburg State University | Fomina N.E.,Institute for Applied Ecology and Health | Dorozhkin V.E.,RAS Institute of High Temperature Electrochemistry
International Journal of Environmental and Science Education | Year: 2016

The article illustrates a theoretical approach to scenario modeling of economic indicators of regional waste management system. The method includes a three-iterative algorithm that allows the executive authorities and investors to take a decision on logistics, bulk, technological and economic parameters of the formation of the regional long-term (10-25 years) waste management program. © 2016 Fomin et al.


Repin O.A.,Samara State Economic University | Kumykova S.K.,Kabardino-Balkarian State University
Journal of Applied Analysis | Year: 2016

The paper is devoted to the study of a boundary-value problem for an equation of mixed type with generalized operators of fractional differentiation in boundary conditions. We prove uniqueness of solutions under some restrictions on the known functions and on the different orders of the operators of generalized fractional differentiation appearing in the boundary conditions. Existence of solutions is proved by reduction to a Fredholm equation of the second kind, for which solvability follows from the uniqueness of the solution of our original problem. © 2016 by De Gruyter.


Lubyanaya A.V.,Samara State Economic University | Izmailov A.M.,Samara State University | Nikulina E.Y.,Samara State Economic University | Shaposhnikov V.A.,RAS Institute of High Temperature Electrochemistry
International Journal of Environmental and Science Education | Year: 2016

The purpose of this article is to investigate the problem, which stems from non-current fixed assets affecting profitability and asset management efficiency. Tangible assets, intangible assets and financial assets are all included in non-current fixed assets. The aim of the research is to identify the impact of estimates and valuation in accounting for non-current fixed assets through several objectives, for example, explanation of the impairment tests of tangible and intangible assets under IFRS. This study relied on combining the deductive approach with the quantitative analysis approach, where the deductive approach was used to root the subject through books, periodicals and scientific communications and electronic articles published online. The results of the research: The differences in the measurement of accounting figures under IFRS and EAS may directly affect the numerator of ratio calculations, their denominator, or both. In cases where the difference in measurement affects only the numerator or only the denominator, the effect of the changes is straightforward, easy to identify and to interpret. Identification and interpretation are less obvious in cases of numerous diverging effects on ratios. The results provided by this article have a practical value for designers and users of financial statements. © 2016 Lubyanaya et al.


Krivtsov A.I.,Samara State Economic University | Polinova L.V.,Samara State Economic University | Chupina I.P.,RAS Institute of High Temperature Electrochemistry
International Journal of Environmental and Science Education | Year: 2016

The relevance of the investigated problem is caused by the necessity of changes in holding company’s management systems to address the strategic problems of the region. The purpose of the study is to develop a method of forming teams at the corporate level for the coordination and implementation of programs for the implementation of reforms and their subsequent impact on the institutional environment of the region. The leading approach to the study of the problem is systemic and situational approach in the framework of the theory and methodology of innovation management that allow to analyze the change management features in the company. The following results were obtained from the study: analyzed regionally significant holding companies which have a significant impact on the socio-economic indicators. Article Submissions may be useful for organizations engaged in development, as well as consultants and experts on issues of innovation and production management. with the proposed mechanism can plan and implement economic development, in which the organization will be ensured current stability, long-term sustainability, the pace of development of the relevant market situation. © 2016 Krivtsov, Polinova and Chupina.


Nuykina E.Y.,Samara State Economic University | Polyanskova N.V.,Samara State Economic University | Snegireva M.V.,RAS Institute of High Temperature Electrochemistry
International Journal of Environmental and Science Education | Year: 2016

The urgency of the problem under investigation due to the fact that in most municipal districts with a deficit of financial and other resources are troubled almost all areas of museum activity. The article focused on the study of factor socioeconomic relations of municipal museums. The leading method to the study of this problem is the correlation and regression analysis, allowing to identify the linkages in the form of statistical regularities. On the basis of the study concluded that the indicators of social efficiency of municipal museums play the most prominent role in shaping the performance of museum activities in the municipalities of the Samara region. Article Submissions may be useful in the development of programs for socio-economic development of regions. © 2016 Nuykina, Polyanskova and Snegireva.


Abdrakhimova E.S.,Samara State Aerospace University | Abdrakhimov V.Z.,Samara State Economic University
Solid Fuel Chemistry | Year: 2014

The use of carbon-containing wastes from the fuel-energy industry in ceramic masses facilitates the production of heat-insulating materials with low thermal conductivity. Mullite, anorthite, and wollastonite are formed in the composition of ceramics upon kilning, and they enhance the physicomechanical properties of the products. © 2014 Allerton Press, Inc.


Abdrakhimova E.S.,Samara State Aerospace University | Abdrakhimov V.Z.,Samara State Economic University
Solid Fuel Chemistry | Year: 2014

The use of anthracite flotation wastes in ceramic masses based on waste fused rock—intershale clay—without the application of traditional natural materials makes it possible to obtain structural insulation materials with thermal conductivity and density of <0.20 W m−1 K−1 and 1200 kg/m3, respectively. © 2014, Allerton Press, Inc.


Abdrakhimov V.Z.,Samara State Economic University | Abdrakhimova E.S.,Samara State Aerospace University
Refractories and Industrial Ceramics | Year: 2015

Use in ceramic mixes of aluminum-containing waste containing more than 50% Al2O3 facilitates formation of α-Al2O3 and mullite, which improves object physicomechanical and chemical properties. Use of aluminum-containing waste containing less than 30% Al2O3 does not facilitate formation of α-Al2O3 but promotes mullite formation. Cristobalite does not form with use of aluminum-containing waste with an increased amount of alkali (R2O > 11%), and this has an unfavorable effect on ceramic composite material physicomechanical indices. © 2015 Springer Science+Business Media New York


Abdrakhimova E.S.,Samara State Aerospace University | Abdrakhimov V.Z.,Samara State Economic University
Refractories and Industrial Ceramics | Year: 2016

A dependence is established for acid-resistant material pore structure on firing temperature and gas parameters. It is expedient to fire acid-resistant materials up to 1100°C in an oxidizing atmosphere, and at 1100 – 1200°C in a reducing atmosphere. With this regime firing provides an improvement for acid-resistant material pore structure. © 2016, Springer Science+Business Media New York.


Ashmarina S.I.,Samara State Economic University | Zotova A.S.,Samara State Economic University | Smolina E.S.,Samara State Economic University
International Journal of Environmental and Science Education | Year: 2016

The article considers the need of ensuring the sustainable development of organizations in the unstable external environment; financial sustainability which is understood as the optimal structure of funding sources of a business entity is proved to be the most significant factor of sustainable development. The article proves that the index of financial leverage influences the enterprises capital structure which also has a great impact on financial sustainability of Russian organization. The index of financial leverage was analyzed according to the European approach and taking into account such indicators as differential of financial leverage and financial leverage shoulder which are proved to be the most significant in capital structure management for Russian production companies under the circumstances when financial resources become more and more expensive. The research work was done on the basis of financial analysis of one of the biggest Russian automobile company representing the main trends for the whole industry so it may be classified as a case. © 2016 Ashmarina, Zotova and Smolina.

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