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Number 1. (in 1 part) September 25, 2014

1. Anna O. Balabanova, Adamides Chrysostomos
Development of Agricultural Tourism in the Krasnodar Region

European Journal of Economic Studies, 2014, Vol.(9), № 3, pp. 128-134.
DOI: 10.13187/es.2014.3.128CrossRef

The article features the importance of agricultural tourism in development of new forms of agricultural partnerships in the region. Here we consider how issues related to staff training in Europe are dealt and the issues linked to common comprehension of an idea of tourism identity.

URL: http://ejournal2.com/journals_n/1412072562.pdf
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2. Zeeshan Fareed, Muhammad Awais Baloch, Rab Nawaz Lodhi, Farrukh Shahzad, Bushra Zulfiqar
Testing Relationship between Inflation, M2 (Broad Money) and Private Sector Credit in Pakistan

European Journal of Economic Studies, 2014, Vol.(9), № 3, pp. 135-142.
DOI: 10.13187/es.2014.3.135CrossRef

This research paper examines the impact of inflation with M2 (broad money) and private sector credit in Pakistan and helps to forecast inflation and its affect in Pakistan during the year 1975 to 2008. Inflation is defined as too much money chasing too few goods. Inflation leads to high prices and that affect all mechanism of the market. The rate of inflation is an important macroeconomic indicator that can affect the economic growth. Inflation was in lime light throughout the year, as the rise of global inflation witnessed during the most part of 2008. This paper finds out that an increase in money supply over long-run results in higher rate of inflation. Thus it establishes that inflation is essentially a monetary phenomenon. The results indicate that monetary factors have played a dominant role in recent inflation. Changes in wheat support price influence inflation in short-run, but not in long-run. Thus by using data from 1975-1976 to 2007-2008 period, applying Augmented Dickey-Fuller tests, its finds that the most important determinants of inflation in 2007-2008 were adaptive expectations private sector credit and rising import prices whereas fiscal policy’s contribution to inflation was nominal. Analysis of price multiplier indicates that increase in wheat procurement prices have relatively small effects on overall price levels.

URL: http://ejournal2.com/journals_n/1412072706.pdf
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3. Elena U. Karakaeva
Some Issues of Innovative Politics in Russia’s Regions

European Journal of Economic Studies, 2014, Vol.(9), № 3, pp. 143-149.
DOI: 10.13187/es.2014.3.143CrossRef

The article deals with the role of a state in stimulation and financing the innovative developments, criteria of efficient innovative policy, issues related to regional innovative policy.

URL: http://ejournal2.com/journals_n/1412072809.pdf
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4. Nadezhda A. Keschyan
Territories’ Marketing Strategies

European Journal of Economic Studies, 2014, Vol.(9), № 3, pp. 150-154.
DOI: 10.13187/es.2014.3.150CrossRef

The paper is concerned with the four big groups of strategies, aimed at the attraction of guests and residents, export of regional goods or industry development, in particular: marketing of image, attractiveness, infrastructure and population (personnel).

URL: http://ejournal2.com/journals_n/1412072905.pdf
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5. Nataliya S. Kresova, Nataliya E. Prutz
The Most Expensive Olympic Games in History: SOCHI 2014

European Journal of Economic Studies, 2014, Vol.(9), № 3, pp. 155-160.
DOI: 10.13187/es.2014.3.155CrossRef

The Olympic Games is a major international sporting event. Considered as the most expensive Olympic Games in history, the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics have proved to be a symbol of Russia's economic revival. The very fact that the Winter Olympics have been held in Sochi is the evidence that Russia as an economically strong power can afford it. The article discusses cost issues of Olympic Games, its main spending priorities and sources of income.

URL: http://ejournal2.com/journals_n/1412073024.pdf
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6. Svetlana Nefedkina, Ekaterina Gordeeva
Problems and Prospects for Development of Hospitality in Sochi

European Journal of Economic Studies, 2014, Vol.(9), № 3, pp. 161-169.
DOI: 10.13187/es.2014.3.161CrossRef

The article features the key tendencies for development of recreation industry in Sochi in pre-Olympic period 2014. A key focus is made on marketing research in the framework of the TEMPUS project. The research was conducted on the basis of surveys of tourism sector consumers. The results of the research identify objective reasons for development of hospitality industry through the improvement of quality and quantity of high-comfort accommodation facilities.

URL: http://ejournal2.com/journals_n/1412073135.pdf
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7. Yuriy M. Petrushenko
Analysis of the Stability of Local Budgets in the Context of Financial Policy of the Territorial Communities Development

European Journal of Economic Studies, 2014, Vol.(9), № 3, pp. 170-176.
DOI: 10.13187/es.2014.3.170CrossRef

The article justifies financial instability on the basis of econometric modeling of the Ukrainian local budgets incomes and expenses dynamics. In reality it leads to the loss of the economic efficiency in the operation of the local budgets. For example, other factors being equal, the correspondent authorities, which have the local budgets in their disposal, are inclined to choose the less risky behavior (reduce the budgetary financing, increase the financing schedule, delay the decision-making and etc.) if compared to the determinateness condition. Thus, the objective to reduce uncertainty and to decrease risk in the process of the local financial policy formation is crucial. In these conditions the financial policy should rely both on the budgetary financing and consider the possibilities of the mobilization of the existing financial resources of the local residents and business.

URL: http://ejournal2.com/journals_n/1412073249.pdf
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8. Vladimir N. Sharafutdinov, Elena V. Onishchenko
Current State and Problems of Tourism Development in the Crimea

European Journal of Economic Studies, 2014, Vol.(9), № 3, pp. 176-183.
DOI: 10.13187/es.2014.3.176CrossRef

The analysis, conducted in the work shows the worsening of the quantitative and qualitative parameters of the tourist product of the Crimea, the reduction of the efficient use of the richest tourist resources of the Crimea and highlights the problems, which have accumulated over the past years, including the ones of the town planning. Thus, the article justifies the necessity to change the existing economic paradigm of the tourist product of the Crimea reproduction, due to the fact that the existing approaches to the development of tourism don’t stimulate the economic development of the Crimea, but hinder it.

URL: http://ejournal2.com/journals_n/1412073363.pdf
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9. Yuriy I. Verbin, Julia G. Chernova
Methodological Issues of Distant Learning on the Basis of Internet-technologies

European Journal of Economic Studies, 2014, Vol.(9), № 3, pp. 184-188.
DOI: 10.13187/es.2014.3.184CrossRef

The article considers the distant learning on the basis of computer and communication technologies. The factors, stipulating the wide use of information technologies in Russia are detected. The problems of distant learning development are determined.

URL: http://ejournal2.com/journals_n/1412073440.pdf
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