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Vol.10(19) (2019)

  • NETWORK INTERACTION IN THE TOURIST AND RECREATIONAL SPHERE

    Tatyana B. Klimova *, Irina V. Bogomazova, Boris A. Tkhorikov, Yana G. Glumova, Roman V. Plokhikh (Department of International Tourism and Hospitality, Institute of Economics and Management, Belgorod State University, Belgorod, 308015, RUSSIA )
    Roman V. Plokhikh (Department of Recreation Geography and Tourism, Faculty of Geography and Environmental Sciences, Al-Farabi Kazakh National University, 050040 Almaty, Republic of Kazakhstan )

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    doi: 10.14456/ITJEMAST.2019.259

    Keywords: Business network; Network designs; Interaction network; Tourism management; Recreational business.

    Abstract
    This article addresses questions on the formation of network structures in the tourism and recreational sphere because most prospective forms of interaction occur during the creation of a regional tourism product. The importance of networks in the solution of questions on the spatial localization of the tourist offer is noted, network designs in formation of tourism products are considered and the need to create substantially flexible networks for development of tourism that takes into account the available resources and the solution to the solution to the issue of redistribution of tourist streams are defined.

    Paper ID: 10A19A

  • IMPACTS OF DOMESTIC MARKETING CAPABILITIES ON INTERNATIONAL MARKETING GROWTH CONSIDERING THE ROLES OF INFORMATION AVAILABILITY, INTERNATIONAL STRATEGIC ORIENTATION, AND INTERNATIONAL NETWORK CAPABILITIES: CASE STUDY OF ALBORZ DRIED FRUIT EXPORT COMPANIES

    Reza Karimi, Alireza Nohedi * (EMBA, Farabi Campus, University of Tehran, Tehran, IRAN )

    Disciplinary: Multidisciplinary (Mathematics (Statistics), Business Management (Marketing, International Trade)).

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    doi: 10.14456/ITJEMAST.2019.260

    Keywords: Marketing capabilities; Marketing analysis; Marketing Capabilities; International Marketing Growth; Domestic Marketing Capability; International Strategic Orientation; International Network Capabilities; Information Availability.

    Abstract
    Marketing capabilities enable an organization to identify customers' requirements and present its solution via planning marketing, investment, and implementation activities. Managers of organizations can see the result of their decisions on strategy selection through performance criteria. The purpose of this study is to investigate the impact of domestic marketing capabilities on international marketing growth considering the roles of information availability, international strategic orientation, and international network capabilities. The sample pool of this study included all the technicians, senior officers, middle managers, executive officers, marketers, and the board of directors of dried fruit export companies in Alborz, who were experts and in charge, in order to meet the required objectives. The sample consisted of 80 companies. Due to the limited number of participants, up to two marketing specialists were chosen from each company to make up the final 80 companies and 97 participants. A standard questionnaire was used for data collection. The reliability was verified by Cronbach's alpha test. Data analysis was done by LISREL8.5 and SPSS24 using structural equation modeling. The findings of this study support its main hypotheses and the proposed model was fit.

    Paper ID: 10A19B

  • INFLUENCE OF FAMILY FACTORS ON FEMALE AND MALE STUDENTS' LITERACY DEVELOPMENT

    Sergei Vasilievich Kruchinin *(Department of Applied Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Noyabrsk Institute of Oil and Gas (branch) TIU in Noyabrsk, RUSSIA )
    Tatiana Iosifovna Borko (Department of Russian and Foreign Literature, Tyumen State University, RUSSIA )
    Igor Borisovich Muraviev (Department of Philosophy, Tyumen State University, RUSSIA )

    Disciplinary: Education Sciences (Education Technology, Education Development), Socioeconomics.

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    doi: 10.14456/ITJEMAST.2019.261

    Keywords: Mathematic literacy; Gender models; Reading literacy; Scientific literacy; Parents' influence; School factors; PISA; Socioeconomic status.

    Abstract
    The research provides an analysis of students� mathematical, reading and scientific literacy. PISA data are the basis of the study. Correlations and regression models are used in the research. The paper presents models for each type of literacy for all students, separating female and male students. It shows that gender-based educational models are quite common for mathematical, reading, and scientific literacy. There are typical models for female and male students that diverge from each other. For female and male students, the same factors produce quite different effects. For male students, family socioeconomic status is very important; they especially need mothers' time and care. Female students depend on family socioeconomic status and mothers' support less; they need their fathers' example of proper socioeconomic behavior. Female students need their mother's attention, time, care, and support, most of all for improving their scientific literacy. Moreover, school factors are not very important for students' mathematical, reading and scientific literacy improvement, especially, in comparison with family ones. The basic level of mathematical knowledge in the model is not lower for female students than for male ones. It is even a bit higher. Thus, the basic level of mathematical literacy is not determined by sex. Whereas the reading literacy basic level of male students' knowledge is significantly lower than female ones.

    Paper ID: 10A19C

  • WHAT WILL HAPPEN AFTER THE ADAPTIVE REUSING THE BUILDING? AN ASSESSMENT OF INDOOR VISUAL COMFORT OF HERITAGE OFFICE BUILDINGS

    Rani Prihatmanti * and Azizi Bahauddin (School of Housing, Building & Planning, Universiti Sains Malaysia, MALAYSIA )

    Disciplinary: Architectural Sciences and Management

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    doi: 10.14456/ITJEMAST.2019.262

    Keywords: Adaptive reuse; Visual comfort; Indoor lighting; Visual discomfort; Room light level; UNESCO World Heritage Site; Occupants' satisfaction.

    Abstract
    This paper studies the visual comfort of five heritage office buildings that have been adaptively reused. These buildings are located within the UNESCO World Heritage Site in George Town, Penang. The changes applied to the interior space have created a problematic condition for the occupants' visual comfort. A set of questionnaires focusing on visual comfort and lighting quality was distributed to the respondents of the studied buildings, followed by the building observation and indoor light level measurements. The findings revealed that the indoor light level is below the standard for the working spaces. This resulted in the visual discomfort for the workers, such as glare. The view of nature also very limited due to the permanently blocked doors and windows from the existing buildings. This study shows that inappropriate adaptive reuse practice is significantly affecting the occupants' visual comfort satisfaction of the studied buildings, therefore it decreases the working performance as well as their productivity.

    Paper ID: 10A19D

  • CONTEXTUAL APPROPRIATENESS: REFLECTIONS ON LEARNING CULTURE, POLICY AND PHYSICAL ENVIRONMENT OF PRESCHOOLS IN MALAYSIA

    Pearly Lim Pei Li *, and Azizi BAHAUDDIN(School of Housing, Building and Planning, Universiti Sains Malaysia, MALAYSIA )

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    doi: 10.14456/ITJEMAST.2019.263

    Keywords: Physical environment; Contextual appropriate; Preschool education; Child development; Preschool quality; Learning culture; Child-centered pedagogy.

    Abstract
    With a physical environment capable of inhibiting or enhancing participation in learning, one way to improve preschool quality is through its physical environment. However, as a universal standard may lead to ill-informed policy decision and allocation of funds (UNESCO,2006), to ensure physical environment recommendations are contextually appropriate, understanding the influences of pedagogy in the National Preschool Curriculum Standard (NPCS), requirements for the preschool establishment and existing learning culture are imperative. This paper investigates contextual appropriateness of preschools in Malaysia reflecting on learning culture, relevant policies and physical environment. The case study approach using qualitative analysis was employed to uncover learning cultures of four for?profit preschools. Insights on pedagogy and guidelines for establishing preschools were obtained through secondary data analysis. Findings indicated that learning culture in preschools differed from child-centred approaches espoused in NPCS while preschool establishment guidelines do not provide adequate strategies for developing physical environment reflective of pedagogies advocated in NPCS.

    Paper ID: 10A19E

  • DATA PREPARATION FOR CREATION OF PRODUCTION FUNCTION OF CORPORATION IN THE PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF CHINA IN A VOLATILE ECONOMIC ENVIRONMENT

    Akhmetovа Irina A. *, Shikhalev Anatoly M., Demyanova Olga V., Sirazieva Zarina N. (Institute of Management, Economics and Finance, Kazan Federal University, Kazan, RUSSIA )

    Disciplinary: Economic Sciences (International Economics).

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    doi: 10.14456/ITJEMAST.2019.264

    Keywords: Component Analysis; Statistical Population; Multiple Regression; Chi-Squared Test; Production Function.

    Abstract
    In a volatile economic environment, a special calculation is necessary for developing mathematical models of the examined processes and the phenomena for which there was a typical use of a sample statistical population of small size. In similar circumstances the following tasks are objectively updated: 1) what means (methods) we should use and how it is necessary to operate with limited size of the examined statistical population; 2) in what degree results of the available homogeneous data of the examined sample population (SP) can be extended for their statistical and probabilistic generalization in the form of the parent population (PP). As the main mathematical model, we offer to apply the production functions (PF) model which various elements are investigated previously within the component analysis and the corresponding tests.

    Paper ID: 10A19F

  • LEVEL OF DOMESTIC DEMOCRACY AND ESTIMATION OF RUSSIAN 1993 POLITICAL CRISIS: INTERDEPENDENCE AND POLITICAL MANAGEMENT OPPORTUNITIES

    Maxim A. Nazarenko * (Department of Quality Management and Certification, MIREA— Russian Technological University, RUSSIA )
    Ivan M. Ponyaev (Department of International Organizations and World Political Processes, Faculty of World Politics, Moscow State University, RUSSIA )
    Alexander S. Novikov (Department of Quality Management and Certification, MIREA— Russian Technological University, RUSSIA )

    Disciplinary: Multidisciplinary (Political Sciences and Management, Mathematic (Statistics), Economics Sciences).

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    doi: 10.14456/ITJEMAST.2019.265

    Keywords: Democracy index; Political development; Political events; Scientific index; Scientific publications.

    Abstract
    There are very different estimations of the Russian 1993 political crisis and international science. Russian scientific evaluations of this crisis have changed substantially since 1993. The aim of this paper is to examine the interdependence between the estimation of the Russian 1993 political crisis and the level of democracy. For this purpose, the authors assigned Russian scientific papers into four separate categories: positive, neutral, negative, and extremely negative. The number of the articles in each category was compared with the democracy index for the same time period, and analyzed the results. The percentage of neutral scientific papers was positively correlated with all of the different characteristics of the democracy index, but not with the rank. The reduction of the democracy liberties in Russia was positively correlated with the percentage of negative and extremely negative articles. Political management opportunities are interconnected with stabilization of democracy liberties.

    Paper ID: 10A19G

  • RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN MODERN HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT PRACTICES AND ORGANIZATIONAL INNOVATION: EMPIRICAL INVESTIGATION FROM BANKING SECTOR OF CHINA

    Samma Faiz Rasool (Postdoctoral Station of Statistical, School of Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Entrepreneurship Institute, Guangzhou University, Guangzhou, 510006 CHINA )
    Madeeha Samma (School of Management, Shanghai University, Shanghai, 200444 CHINA )
    Amna Anjum (Glorious Sun School of Business and Management, Donghua University, Shanghai 200051, CHINA )
    Mubbasher Munir (School of Business and Economics, UMT, Lahore, 54000, PAKISTAN )
    Talat Mehmood Khan (School of Finance, Southwestern University of Finance and Economics, Chengdu, 61130 CHINA )

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    doi: 10.17456/ITJEMAST.2019.266

    Keywords: Modern HRM Practices; Organizational Innovation; Performance Management.

    Abstract
    Constructing phase diagram and its subsequent quality lines for gas condensate reservoirs are always demanding but challenging problem in reservoir fluid experimental studies. Phase diagram and quality lines for gas condensate systems defines regions of gas and gas-liquid condensates through phase diagram and this is frequently used as a short-cut method by reservoir engineers to determine reservoir fluid phase behavior in each operating pressure and temperature condition. Moreover, gas production units sometimes are imposed by solid hydrate formation problem due to spatial combination of producing water and gas molecules and to some extent this phenomena complicates fluid phase conditions dramatically. This experimental research introduces simultaneous studying of reservoir fluid phase diagrams parallel with experimental constructing of hydrate stability curves in order to depict different regions of gas, liquid condensate and solid hydrates throughout of phase diagram region. To do so, phase diagram and hydrate stability curve constructed and merged together for an Iranian gas condensate sample and newly obtained curve interpreted completely and different regions of gas, liquid condensate, gas- liquid condensate and solid hydrates regions were pinpointed experimentally.

    Paper ID: 10A19H

  • METHODS FOR ASSESSING SOLVENCY IN THE FINANCIAL DIAGNOSTICS SYSTEM OF AN ECONOMIC ENTITY

    Natalia N. Karzaeva * (Department of Economic Security, Analysis and Audit, Institute of Economics and Management of AIC, Russian State Agrarian University named after K.A. Timiryazev, Timiryazevskaya st., 49, 127550, Moscow, RUSSIA ),
    Ekaterina A. Karzaeva (LLC "Delta UK", 1-j Magistral'nyj pr., 11, str.5, 123290, Moscow, RUSSIA ),

    Disciplinary: Business Management (Accountings/Financial Management).

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    doi: 10.14456/ITJEMAST.2019.267

    Keywords: Solvency ratio; Future periods, Planning, Cash flows; Deferral of payment; Beaver Ratio.

    Abstract
    The paper substantiates the need to assess the solvency of an enterprise not in the past, but in the future. The authors substantiate the limited applicability of solvency ratios proposed by other scientists and specialists, as well as the usability of those indicators for future periods. The authors' conclusions are based on the results of studying by them the possibilities of ratio analysis to assess the solvency margin of an economic entity. The paper discloses an approach to building a model for assessing the solvency of a company in a future period; this approach is based on a comparison of predicted cash flows. The authors adhere to the approach based only on cash flows (monetary approach) to assess the solvency of a company in the future. To build cash flows, it is proposed to apply the schemes for the transformation of receivables and payables into cash, taking into account the periods of deferrals provided by the agreements and the risks of default by debtors. The authors have compiled a list of factors that influence the formation of cash flows. The paper presents the procedure for constructing a model for assessing solvency, taking into account factors that influence it. The authors also proposed a model for the conversion of receivables and payables into cash through a deferral indicator. The paper demonstrates the possibility of using the predictive solvency model by both internal and external stakeholders.

    Paper ID: 10A19I

  • ANALYSIS OF URBAN DESIGN ELEMENTS WITH A CASE STUDY AT HERITAGE BUILDINGS AND FISHERMAN VILLAGES, GEORGE TOWN, PENANG

    Tan Yeong En *, Dayana Binti Aripin, Ahmad Sanusi Hassan, Muhammad Hafeez Abdul Nasir (School of Housing, Building & Planning, Universiti Sains Malaysia, MALAYSIA )
    Boonsap Witchayangkoon (Department of Civil Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Thammasat University, THAILAND )

    Disciplinary: Architectural Sciences.

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    doi: 10.14456/ITJEMAST.2019.268

    Keywords: Urban Transition; Traditional planning; British colonial; Urban Design; Fishing Village; Cul-de-sacs.

    Abstract
    This paper studies the urban transition characteristic between heritage buildings and fisherman villages in George Town, Penang. This study has been done by analyzing the five urban design elements by Kevin Lynch (1960), with experiencing the site through a visit, and observation on site, also with studies of literature reviews from publishing journal, articles, and online resources. This study shows that the hierarchy of urban design elements perceived by the observer, of the colonial and traditional in the case study site are noticeable although they may differ in appearance from one another. Studies concluded the hierarchy among five urban design elements found are district and edges defined by the presence of local culture which influence the development of modern urban and tourism in George Town, Penang.

    Paper ID: 10A19J

  • MOOC AND MOOC DEGREES: NEW LEARNING PARADIGM AND ITS SPECIFICS

    Mikhail Nikolaevich Shcherbinin (Department of Philosophy, Tyumen State University, RUSSIA )
    Sergei Vasilievich Kruchinin *(Department of Applied Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Noyabrsk Institute of Oil and Gas (branch) TIU in Noyabrsk, RUSSIA )
    Alexey Gennadievich Ivanov (Department of Philosophy, Tyumen State University, RUSSIA )

    Disciplinary: Education Sciences (Education Technology, Education Development).

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    doi: 10.14456/ITJEMAST.2019.269

    Keywords: Massive open online course; MBA; Online education; Online students; Master's degree; Bachelor's degree.

    Abstract
    Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) are one of the most important facets of modern education. They appeared in 2008 and are still developing. The article is dedicated to understanding the MOOCs learning paradigm, its development, and realization in the new product - MOOC degrees. MOOC degrees are full Bachelor's, Master's, or MBA programs provided by platforms such as Coursera, edX, and others. These degrees are cheaper in comparison with other online education programs by separate universities and with traditional programs. MOOC degrees are based on principles of previous courses, including auto-grading, flexibility, fully online format, and topicality. The vast majority of current programs are in the spheres of business, computer science, engineering, and data science. There is a lack of humanities and social science degrees. However, this direction of education has been implemented just recently. In the future, the number of such programs will increase and become more varied. MOOC degrees are based on the MOOC paradigm and inherit its pros and cons, but completion rates should be significantly higher. These programs can substitute online degrees by many universities and be useful, but not very affordable for students from lower-income countries. The overall quality of universities provided MOOC degrees, currently is lower than MOOCs founder members.

    Paper ID: 10A19K

  • OXIDATIVE STRESS OF PIGS UNDER THE CONDITIONS OF INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION

    A.P. Poryvaeva ( Federal State Budgetary Scientific Institution "Ural Federal Agrarian Scientific Research Centre, Ural Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences" (FSBSI UrFASRC, UrB of RAS), 112 A, Belinskogo St., Ekaterinburg, RUSSIA ),
    I.M. Donnik (Federal State Budgetary Educational Institution of Higher Education "Ural State Agrarian University" (FSBEI HE Ural SAU), 42, K. Liebknechta St., Ekaterinburg, RUSSIA ),
    A.G. Isaeva, A.S. Krivonogova, I.A. Shkuratova ( Federal State Budgetary Scientific Institution "Ural Federal Agrarian Scientific Research Centre, Ural Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences" (FSBSI UrFASRC, UrB of RAS), 112 A, Belinskogo St., Ekaterinburg, RUSSIA and Federal State Budgetary Educational Institution of Higher Education "Ural State Agrarian University" (FSBEI HE Ural SAU), 42, K. Liebknechta St., Ekaterinburg, RUSSIA ),
    N.B. Musikhina, A.A. Baranova, O.G. Loretts (Federal State Budgetary Educational Institution of Higher Education "Ural State Agrarian University" (FSBEI HE Ural SAU), 42, K. Liebknechta St., Ekaterinburg, RUSSIA ),
    M.V.Petropavlovskiy (Federal State Budgetary Scientific Institution "Ural Federal Agrarian Scientific Research Centre, Ural Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences" (FSBSI UrFASRC, UrB of RAS), 112 A, Belinskogo St., Ekaterinburg, RUSSIA ),

    Disciplinary: Animal Sciences, Biosciences/Biotechnology.

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    doi: 10.14456/ITJEMAST.2019.270

    Keywords: Pigs; Oxidative stress; blood serum; Amino acid composition; Longissimus; Multicomponent complex of organic nature.

    Abstract
    Under modern conditions, especially under conditions of unfavorable ecological load, intensive development of swine rearing has a negative effect on animals' adaptive abilities. Adaptive resources of organisms of productive animals determine some measures taken regarding various factors, including technogenesis. Thus, the necessity of the research on the correction of oxidative stress of productive animals is becoming essential. In order to balance the process of lipid peroxidation when feeding pigs, a multi-component complex of organic nature was used. The content of malondialdehyde in blood serum and the content of amino acids in longissimus was determined. In organisms of pigs, at the cellular and tissue levels, the accumulation of toxic products of lipid peroxidation and the complete absence or low level of positive dynamics in decreasing the level of the oxidative load was stated. Under the conditions of oxidative stress, there were changes in organisms of pigs regarding the composition of amino acids.

    Paper ID: 10A19L

  • REGIONAL MODEL OF INDIGENOUS EDUCATION: THE CASE OF THE SAKHA REPUBLIC (YAKUTIA)

    Alla Dmitrievna Nikolaeva (Department of Education, Pedagogical Institute, Ammosov North-Eastern Federal University, Yakutsk, RUSSIA ),
    Nikolai Dmitrievich Neustroev, Anna Nikolaevna Neustroeva *, Aya Petrovna Bugaeva , Tuyaara Alekseevna Shergina, Alina Alekseevna Kozhurova (Department of Primary Education, Pedagogical Institute, Ammosov North-Eastern Federal University. Yakutsk, RUSSIA ).

    Disciplinary: Pedagogic/Educational Sciences, Socio-cultural Sciences, Human and Family Development (Child and Family Studies, Self-development).

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    doi: 10.14456/ITJEMAST.2019.271

    Keywords: Indigenous approach; community; Ethnic culture; Ethno-pedagogy; Indigenous peoples; Small-numbered peoples of the North; Ethnocultural education; The Arctic; general education; Specifics of the North; Regional characteristics; Educational content; Indigenity concept; Ethno-pedagogy; Indigenous education model; pedagogy training method; Indigenous main stages policy.

    Abstract
    The article considers the introduction of an indigenous approach to the learning process, with a focus on the concept of �indigenity� and the indigenous approach. The authors defined the indigenous approach as a methodological basis for the stable development of creative ethnocultural values in the general education of indigenous peoples of the North. The study goal was to create a model of primary general education in the Arctic region based on the indigenous approach that adapts child�s personality to the extreme lifestyle and traditional culture of indigenous peoples of the North. With a scientific and theoretical substantiation of ethnocultural and ethno-pedagogical issues related to the preservation and development of original national culture of the indigenous tribes of the North within this approach, this implies creating ways for adapting a child to the seasonal climate cycle and developing his personality as a representative of the people of the North. The authors classified the basic concepts and categories of the indigenous approach from a scientific and pedagogical perspective. The core proposed concept uses training methods deeply rooted in folk pedagogy, as implemented in the Regional Model of Indigenous Education of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia). The model aimed at the development of a person who is aware of himself as a Russian citizen, a carrier of the unique culture of his people, and who is brought up with ethnocultural educational technologies. The educational content within this model enables the younger generation to creatively master their ethnocultural values (language, literature, history, culture and spiritual heritage): traditional culture is integrated into modern educational systems, ideas, and technologies, developing educational environment and ensuring the unity and interconnection of educational institutions, family and society. This allows forming the integral of the educational ethnocultural environment in the region.

    Paper ID: 10A19M

  • CORRECTION OF OXIDATIVE METABOLISM OF ANIMALS BY MEANS OF BIOLOGICALLY ACTIVE COMPLEX OF ANTIOXIDANT DEFENCE

    A.P. Poryvaeva (Federal State Budgetary Scientific Institution "Ural Federal Agrarian Scientific Research Centre, Ural Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences" (FSBSI UrFASRC, UrB of RAS), 112 A, Belinskogo St., Ekaterinburg, RUSSIA ),
    I.M. Donnik (Federal State Budgetary Educational Institution of Higher Education "Ural State Agrarian University" (FSBEI HE Ural SAU), 42, K. Liebknechta St., Ekaterinburg, RUSSIA ),
    A.G. Isaeva, A.S. Krivonogova, I.A. Shkuratova (Federal State Budgetary Scientific Institution "Ural Federal Agrarian Scientific Research Centre, Ural Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences" (FSBSI UrFASRC, UrB of RAS), 112 A, Belinskogo St., Ekaterinburg, RUSSIA and Federal State Budgetary Educational Institution of Higher Education "Ural State Agrarian University" (FSBEI HE Ural SAU), 42, K. Liebknechta St., Ekaterinburg, RUSSIA ),
    N.B. Musikhina, A.A. Baranova, O.G. Loretts (Federal State Budgetary Educational Institution of Higher Education "Ural State Agrarian University" (FSBEI HE Ural SAU), 42, K. Liebknechta St., Ekaterinburg, RUSSIA ),
    M.V.Petropavlovskiy (Federal State Budgetary Scientific Institution "Ural Federal Agrarian Scientific Research Centre, Ural Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences" (FSBSI UrFASRC, UrB of RAS), 112 A, Belinskogo St., Ekaterinburg, RUSSIA ).

    Disciplinary: Animal Sciences, Biosciences/Biotechnology.

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    doi: 10.14456/ITJEMAST.2019.272

    Keywords: Pigs; Oxidative stress; Vitamin-mineral; Blood serum; Longissimus; Amino acid composition; Biologically active complex of antioxidant defense; Oily and plant components.

    Abstract
    This study investigates the impact of international cricket matches on the stock market via sudden changes in social mood associated with the sporting event. This study also considers three important macroeconomic variables to explain changes in the stock market prices. The evidence shows that cricket matches have a short-term adverse effect on the Pakistani stock market. The significant impact of the matches played in financial cities implies that the moods of local investors are induced by sporting events that affect the stock market. The negative effects of game losses are stronger than the game wins, which confirms the existence of asymmetrical biases. The matches against India particularly generates a downward movement in the market returns. Furthermore, there is no evidence of match-fixing and stock market returns.

    Paper ID: 10A19N

  • DEVELOPMENT FEATURES OF PHARMACEUTICAL INDUSTRY AND ITS ROLE IN SECURING THE FUTURE DEVELOPMENT OF RUSSIAN ECONOMY

    Mintimer Vagizovich Mingazov *, Aydar M. Tufetulov, Gulnara Nasimovna Khadiullina (Institute of Management, Economics and Finance, Kazan Federal University, Kazan, RUSSIA ).

    Disciplinary: Multidisciplinary (Economic Sciences, State Law & Policy, Pharmaceutical Industrial Management).

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    doi: 10.14456/ITJEMAST.2019.273

    Keywords: Pharmaceutical industry; National security, Medical devices, Innovative activities, Medicines, Targeted state programs.

    Abstract
    The article examines the factors of competitive potential and the risks of the development of the pharmaceutical industry in the modern Russian economy, its impact on the state of national security and the dynamics of the main macroeconomic indicators. The aim of the study is to identify tools to control the sources of competitive advantages of Russian pharmaceutical companies in order to increase their level of competitiveness in the domestic and foreign markets, enhance their innovative activities. The article uses the general scientific and specific methods to analyze the state of the pharmaceutical industry and the pharmaceutical industry as its component. the SWOT analysis identifies the strengths and weaknesses of the internal and external environment of Russian pharmaceutical companies, opportunities and development risks, and also formulate recommendations regarding the directions of strategic development of manufacturers of medicines and medical devices. Particular attention is paid to the analysis of the provisions of the state program "Development of the pharmaceutical and medical industry for 2013-2020" ("Pharma-2020") providing for the implementation of measures of state regulation of the pharmaceutical industry, including measures to stimulate investment and innovation activity, the adjustment of compliance control tools produced standards, the introduction of information and communication technologies in the process of monitoring the promotion of drugs NNYH funds on the market, the formation of integrated structures (pharmaceutical clusters) and innovation infrastructure.

    Paper ID: 10A19O

  • A STUDY ON KEVIN LYNCH'S URBAN DESIGN ELEMENTS AT BAYAN BARU TOWNSHIP, PENANG

    Lu Min Yun *, Teh Xian Zhi *, Ahmad Sanusi Hassan(School of Housing, Building & Planning, Universiti Sains Malaysia, MALAYSIA ),
    Boonsap Witchayangkoon (Department of Civil Engineering, Thammasat School of Engineering, Thammasat University, THAILAND ),
    Muhammad Hafeez Abdul Nasir (School of Housing, Building & Planning, Universiti Sains Malaysia, MALAYSIA ).

    Disciplinary: Architectural Sciences.

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    doi: 10.14456/ITJEMAST.2019.274

    Keywords: Bayan Baru Township; Urban Design; Design elements; Kevin Lynch; Garden City.

    Abstract
    This study is to determine and measure the effectiveness of the urban design elements at Bayan Baru Township, Penang through mental mapping. The study is conducted based on observation and interview. Mental mapping is used to identify the urban design elements, and information from the interview is used to understand the place making by the local residents. The findings show that the township is mainly gridded with paths as the main urban element based on Colonial divide and rule concept. In contrast, the idea of 'Garden City' is expressed through the organisation of buildings with nodes and landmarks on mostly every districts. Study shows that the five urban design elements has been integrated successfully in the planning of the township. Path is the most dominant urban element in gridding the districts, while nodes and landmarks complement each other well in the planning. Edges do not play an important role as it is mainly identified as transportation edges expressed by paths. Nevertheless, the combination of urban design elements are considered successful in highlighting the image of Bayan Baru township in Penang.

    Paper ID: 10A19P

  • OCEAN CONSERVATION AND WASTE PREVENTION CENTRE: THE STUDY OF SPACE SYNTAX IN RECYCLING FACILITY

    Nur Fasiha Abdul Halim *, Ahmad Sanusi Hassan, Yasser Arab, Rasha Saeed Abdulla Ba Angood (School of Housing, Building & Planning, Universiti Sains Malaysia, MALAYSIA ).

    Disciplinary: Architectural Sciences.

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    doi: 10.14456/ITJEMAST.2019.275

    Keywords: Spatial Configurations; Building typology; Measurable Scale; Building spaces; Permeability; Wayfinding.

    Abstract
    Space Syntax is an approach of relating a correspondence between spatial configurations of a building and site planning. This paper concentrates on the study of Space Syntax on the Recycling Facility. The objective of this study attempts the scientific approach to define how the spatial layout of the selected building typology gives influences on how people use and utilise the building spaces. The building typology is a Recycling Facility, which is under the category of a factory buildings typology. To study the space syntax of the building spaces, this work uses the inventory of the layout plan. While use graphs to analyse the way-finding and the permeability level inside the buildings. The result shows that the building has proper spatial planning of orientation and circulation. Thus, the spaces are well-defined as the way-findings of each space are distinguishable. This study shows that space syntax is important and influencing spatial configurations on the building that measures the characteristics of the building typology.

    Paper ID: 10A19Q


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Call-for-Scientific Papers
Call-for-Research Papers:
ITJEMAST invites you to submit high quality papers for full peer-review and possible publication in areas pertaining engineering, science, management and technology, especially interdisciplinary/cross-disciplinary/multidisciplinary subjects.

To publish your work in the next available issue, your manuscripts together with copyright transfer document signed by all authors can be submitted via email to Editor @ TuEngr.com (no space between). (please see all detail from Instructions for Authors)


Publication and peer-reviewed process:
After the peer-review process (4-10 weeks), articles will be on-line published in the available next issue. However, the International Transaction Journal of Engineering, Management, & Applied Sciences & Technologies cannot guarantee the exact publication time as the process may take longer time, subject to peer-review approval and adjustment of the submitted articles.