International research and practice seminar “Competitiveness of agrarian industries sector of economy in the conditions of globalization” was held on the basis of the Department of Global Economics.

December 12, 2019
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  In order to deepen international contacts of the University, exchange of the experience between Ukrainian and Georgian specialists, increase the efficiency and quality of scientific research, the international research and practice seminar “Competitiveness of agrarian industries sector of economy in the conditions of globalization” was held in cooperation with Batumi Shota Rustaveli State University, National Institute of Economic Researches, Batumi Navigation Training University at the Department of Global Economics, on December 6, 2019.


 Honored guests were welcomed by Vice-rector for education and scientific work, academician of NAAS of Ukraine, professor Sergii Kvasha and Head of the Department of Global Economics, professor Nataliia Vdovenko, who discussed the participation in new international scientific projects of the National University of Life and Environmental Sciences of Ukraine with Batumi Shota Rustaveli State University, National Institute of Economic Researches and Batumi Navigation Training University. Sergii Mykolayovych noted that the Department of Global Economics has cooperated with Batumi Shota Rustaveli State University for five years. During this period, common textbook, monographs, scientific and practical recommendations, approved by the Scientific and Technical Council of the State Fisheries Agency of Ukraine, and implemented in the agrarian sectors of the economy were put into practice.


 Afterwards, the guests from Batumi, namely Badri Gechbaia, Doctor in Economics of Batumi Shota Rustaveli State University, Head of the Department of Business Administration, Кetevan Goletiani, Doctor in Engineering, Dean of Logistics Faculty of Batumi Navigation Training University visited the Dean of the Faculty of Economics, professor Аnatolii Dibrova, who told about the educational and scientific laboratory “AGMEMOD», which carries out its activity at the Faculty of Economics, namely at the Department of Global Economics. The Dean noted that with the help of the "AGMEMOD" model, the impact of policy scenarios can be accurately analyzed to improve the quality of research at all levels, he also stressed the importance of using modern methods in modeling and forecasting economic processes. The model is now included in the master's and graduate programs of the Faculty of Economics. Its practical application contributes to the professional development of teachers, post- graduates and students.


 Nataliia Vdovenko, Doctor in Economics, Head of the Faculty of Global Economics welcomed the participants of the international research and practice seminar, and she noted that the leading integrating element of the global economic system is the world market and its structural and industry segments. Globalization of agri-food markets and the impact of the external competitive environment are decisive for business entities, and global dependence and complementarity of all sectors of national economies transform the socio-analytical, organizational-economic, information-technological, environmental-resource conditions of the country's development.


Then, Badri Gechbaia, professor, correspondent member of the Academy of Sciences of Georgia Business, Doctor of Economics, Head of the Department of Business Association of Batumi Shota Rustaveli State University (Georgia) rose to speak; he welcomed the participants of the seminar and stressed that effective functioning of the agricultural sector, strengthening its competitive position in the world market requires the development and implementation of science-based agricultural policy. It is necessary to take into consideration the increase of instability of current conditions of the functioning and strengthening of information asymmetry, which complicates the process of making management decisions at the micro and macro level, diversifies the risks of activity in the agrarian sphere, may create additional obstacles for the development of agro-industrial production.


 According to the program of the research and practice seminar, Кetevan Goletiani – Doctor in Engineering Sciences, Dean of Logistics Faculty of Batumi Navigation Training University delivered the report “Management features of transformation economy in Georgia”. Кеtevan Gigivna noted that internal system transformations occur in all countries of the world. Transformational economy involves changing the structure of the economy and creating new forms of the development. Moreover, transformation is not limited to market reforms, but has a complex character, including transformations in political, institutional and cultural spheres that are synchronized with each other in space and time.


 Further, problematic issues of forming the modern paradigm of the competitiveness of agrarian sectors in the context of global food shortages were discussed.
Within the research and practice seminar, Ph.D. candidates of the Department of Global Economics Іryna Cheban and Аlla Chmil told how they use the “AGMEMOD” model in writing their PhD theses. Iryna emphasized that with the help of "AGMEMOD" she can make fairly accurate forecasts based on economic and mathematical analysis and model the future development of the agrarian sector of Ukraine. There is another plus for postgraduate students as well - models are a good base for publishing scientific programs and articles in international publications Scopus and Web of Science. Scientists from Georgia were very interested in the unique model "AGMEMOD", as well as the possibility of its practical application.

 After the speeches of practical speakers, lively discussions, seminar participants visited the Museum of History of NULES of Ukraine.
Honored guests were acquainted not only with the history of the university, but also with the formation of agriculture in the territory of Ukraine - from the Neolithic period, beginning with the Trypillya culture. Scientists were delighted to see the museum expositions, which gradually reveal the history of the formation and development of the flagship of agrarian education of Ukraine - the National University of Life and Environmental Sciences of Ukraine. The Museum consists of 3 departments: the first is devoted to the development of agriculture in the territory of Ukraine and the history of the formation of the future advanced agrarian university; the second – the World War II and ATO; the third - to the period of reconstruction of Holosiivskyi Institutes,creation of UAA, signing of the first international agreements, cultural and mass life of students, current activity of EAI and the faculties of NULES of Ukraine, shown in photos, historical documents and things. Impressions about visiting the Museum of History of NULES of Ukraine, words of sincere gratitude and wishes for the future were left in the Book of Museum Reviews.


 Based on the results of the international research and science seminar, proposals and recommendations on the competitiveness of the agrarian sectors of the economy under globalization were formed.


 The guests liked the territory of the university, which they walked through: everything is green, clean air, wonderful stadium, park, botanical garden. In general, our guests noted excellent conditions for students' education, a strong material and technical base and wished the success and prosperity for NULES of Ukraine.

Larysa Sokur, senior lecturer of the Department of Global Economics


 

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