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2021 ◽  
pp. 1303-1315
Débora Fittipaldi Gonçalves ◽  
Mateus Boldrine Abrita ◽  
Arlinda Cantero Dorsa

The tourism sector is one of the most powerful generators of economic growth, employment, added value, and services export in the world. In this context, the objective of this article is to discuss tourism and experience tourism possibilities in the region that the Bioceanic Corridor will traverse from the Latin American Integration Route (RILA), involving Brazil, Paraguay, Argentine, and reaching Northern Chile in Antofagasta and Iquique. Regarding methodology, it uses the deductive method and is based on bibliographic and documentary research with access to the articles, indicators, and documents needed. In this regard, regional development issues are presented, followed by experience tourism as a possibility for development, and finally, some indicators and data about tourism are analyzed, seeking an interface with the Bioceanic Corridor. After analyses, it is pointed out that tourism has become one of the fundamental factors for territorial development, presenting new and other values and meanings to the territory, as well as a production resource, discovering another perspective when interpreting rural and natural spaces. Thus, it arises as a new alternative to globalization and, in this context, experience tourism gains prominence considering the significant increase of tourism in the world in 2010, and perspectives until 2030. It is inferred, therefore, that RILA is a great window of opportunity for socioeconomic development through tourism and more specifically experience tourism.

2021 ◽  
pp. 61-71
A.I. Morozova ◽  
V.P. Kozlova ◽  

In modern conditions of digitalization of the economy, the information acquires the same value for the activity of the enterprise, as well as finances, marketing, potential, production. This means that information is being transformed into a certain type of production resource and integrated with the business strategy. Based on the critical analysis of theoretical material, as well as the use of practical developments, the role of creating a quality information architecture in a competitive enterprise is determined. The method of developing the information architecture of the enterprise is presented. The variant of the decision of a problem of the enterprise concerning the correctness of the information on information and technological support of business and strategies of its further development in the form of development and construction of the architecture of the information of the enterprise which provides interrelation of strategic purposes and tasks of the enterprise, business processes and technologies is offered.

2021 ◽  
Vol 1 (3) ◽  
pp. 45-51
Boris Dinictri Soh Wenda ◽  
Dorothy Engwali Fon

Amartya Sen a Nobel laureate stressed the fact that empowering women and girls with more choices and more freedom is crucial to achieving a better future for all. This study evaluates the level of women’s empowerment in agriculture by assessing the empowerment gaps between male and female decision makers; and by comparing the level of women’s empowerment in agriculture across household types. Empowerment is assessed through the Five Domains of Empowerment (5DE) of the Abbreviated Women’s Empowerment in Agriculture Index (A-WEAI). Using data collected from 600 rural households in the West region of Cameroon, the outcomes from the 5DE show that empowerment gaps between men and women exist in all domains of empowerment. The empowerment gaps between men and women are more severe in the resource and income domains. Also, group membership, excessive workload and access to and decision about credit contribute the most to disempowerment for both men and women. The study shows more women in dual headed household (DHHs) achieve adequacy in terms of input in productive decisions, access to and decision about credit, group membership and workload as compared to other household types. Also, women’s empowerment in the production, resource and income domains depend on the household type. The results of the study highlight the need for the creation of governmental and non-governmental organisations that will promote women’s empowerment in agriculture and other aspects life.

2021 ◽  
Vol 20 (5) ◽  
pp. 924-958
Ol'ga N. BABURINA ◽  

Subject. The article addresses the problem of economic sustainability of seaport operators. Objectives. The purpose is to develop and test a methodology for assessing the economic sustainability of a seaport operator. Methods. The study draws on methods of systems, structural, functional, positive, normative, comparative, and statistical analysis, the weights method, pairwise comparison, expert assessment, etc. Results. We developed a five-stage algorithm for integrated assessment of economic sustainability of a port operator based on the main functional components, i.e. production, resource-and-technology, investment, finance, and business sustainability. We tested our methodology, using the case of AO Novoroslesexport, the leading stevedore of the Azov-Black Sea Basin. The methodology can be used for port operators of other sea basins; its results may be helpful for company management, shareholders, banks, service consumers, seaport authorities, regional authorities, and other interested parties. Conclusions. Our methodology may become an effective tool to manage a port operator and determine its intra- and inter-port competitive ability. It enables to track threats affecting the economic stability and take timely action to eliminate them. It creates information base for making management decisions and strategic plans for a stevedoring company.

Yuliia Fedotova

The essence of the category «potential» is revealed. It is noted that it is more often defined as a set of opportunities in a particular area, but the term «potential» indicates not the implementation of the opportunity, but only its presence. The physical and economic approach to understanding potential is considered. Characterizing the economic potential of the enterprise, several approaches to the definition of this category are described: general; functional; production; Resource. The essence of the concept of «export potential», considered as part of the economic potential of an export-oriented enterprise, is defined in the possible volumes of supplies for the export of competitive products. The following approaches to determining the export potential of the enterprise are presented: a compass approach, a resource approach that is identical to the understanding of the category of «economic potential of the enterprise» and systemic and structural. The concept of «export potential of the enterprise» and «foreign economic potential of the enterprise» is delineated. The analysis of the internal potential of the enterprise is carried out as follows. First, the assessment of the provision of resources and the effectiveness of their use is carried out. Secondly, assessment of the competitiveness of export products. It is determined by a set of its consumer properties, which are advantages compared to competitor goods, in relation to compliance with public needs, considering the costs of their satisfaction and potential income. It is noted that when exporting goods, the enterprise can get both a direct economic effect from improving the financial results of the enterprise, and indirect from increasing the competitiveness of production. If the internal potential of the enterprise is high enough, then it is necessary to analyze the external export potential according to the following scheme. The first step is the analysis of foreign economic factors that have an impact on the formation and use of export potential. The second step is the analysis of marketing activities and sales in foreign markets. The third step is to analyze the innovative potential of the enterprise as an integral part of the export potential and constantly increase its level.

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