1st Edition

Financial and Economic Tools Used in the World Hospitality Industry Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Management and Technology in Knowledge, Service, Tourism & Hospitality 2017 (SERVE 2017), 21-22 October 2017 & 30 November 2017, Bali, Indonesia & Moscow, Russia

    The 2017 Fifth International Conference on Management and Technology in Knowledge, Service, Tourism & Hospitality (SERVE 2017) was held on 21-22 October 2017 and on 30 November 2017, in Bali, Indonesia and at the Financial University under the Government of the Russian Federation, Moscow, Russia. The theme of the conference was "Financial and Economic Tools Used in the World Hospitality Industry".

    Conference contributions dealt with various interdisciplinary research topics, particularly in the fields of social sciences, economics, business, management, education, and finance. Through this conference proceedings volume, we propose to launch a renewed discussion of how financial and economic tools can be used in the world hospitality, service, and tourism industries. The purpose of this volume is to develop new theoretical and empirical knowledge that explores the possibilities of developing tourism, hospitality, service industries in sharing economy. These proceedings should be of interest to academics and professionals in the wider field of social sciences, including disciplines such as education, psychology, tourism and knowledge management.

    Tourism development in Russia under the conditions of globalization
    I.B. Teslenko, S.A. Ogudin & O.B. Digilina

    Causes delaying the development of the Russian printing industry
    A.L. Lisovsky

    A comparative analysis of megaproject risk management models
    Y.V. Kuznetsov et al.

    The impact of innovation on the development level of the power grid sector: A comparison of Russia and Kazakhstan
    R.N. Fedosova et al.

    Russian experience in assessing employee’s innovative potential
    R.N. Fedosova et al.

    Improving the efficiency of hotel business through the use of tax alternatives
    I.V. Frolova et al.

    Management of the “Cosmopolitan” brand in Russia: Past, present, and future
    A.V. Gimelshtein et al.

    Indoor air quality assessment at care centre ABC, Malaysia
    K.A.M. Sari et al.

    The public perception of affordable housing quality
    N.D. Shohaimi et al.

    Preliminary analysis of the development program of Tasik Kenyir’s Orang Asli
    F. Subhi, H. Simin amd R. Abdullah

    Orang Asli folklore at Lake Kenyir for preventing disease
    N.F.N. Azizan, R. Abdullah and H. Simin

    Instruments for the development of regional social and economic systems
    T. Starikova and N. Filimonova

    The role of the monetary policy in tourism industry development
    M.A. Abramova, S.E. Dubova and V.V. Maslennikov

    Tourism and real estate investment
    A.V. Aleshina

    Design thinking in the marketing research on tourism experience
    N.F. Altukhova, E.V. Vasileva and A.A. Gromova

    Trends in the field of financial restructuring of the banking institutions in Russia
    N. Amosova, I. Larionova and O. Rudakova

    Effectiveness of Russian tourism through the world experience
    A.A. Bakulina and A.S. Linnikov

    Tourism safety in ensuring the protection of public order
    V. Batyukova, V. Malakhova and G. Kostyleva

    Influence of the situation in Catalonia on domestic and foreign tourist flows
    S.Y. Dronova et al.

    Modeling of urban resettlement in Russia: Trends and prospects
    R.V. Fattakhov, P.V. Stroev and M.M. Nizamutdinov

    Project management of migration in the industry of tourism
    M.L. Galas, A.Yu. Shirokikh and I.V. Gerasimova

    Tax instruments for attracting investments in the tourism industry of Russia
    L.I. Goncharenko and O.V. Mandroschenko

    Regulatory issues facing tourism industry in contemporary Russia
    S. Ivanova, I. Klimova and T. Rozanova

    Tourism as an important tool in the international strategy for sustainable development
    N.N. Kotlyarov, L.G. Chuvakhina and G.A. Terskaya

    Opportunities for implementing project activities at the Financial University
    O.V. Kuznesov and M.E. Rodionova

    Modeling of the international tax equilibrium of capital
    S.P. Kyurdzhiev, E.P. Peshkova and A.A. Mambetova

    Analysis of a state of tourism economy in Russia and identification of directions for its innovative development
    O. Loseva, M. Fedotova and I. Klimova

    Indicators of financial imbalances as a tool for predicting the financial crisis
    T.R. Maklakova, M.A. Ponomareva and A.N. Stolyarova

    Assessment of cash flows in the tourism services market of Russia using the logistic regression model
    N. Morozko, N. Morozko and V. Didenko

    Peculiarities of Russian tourism in Eastern European countries
    O.A. Nikolaichuk and M.V. Veleva

    Formation of the competitive strategy of development for regional tourist destinations
    A.A. Ostovskaya and I.G. Pavlenko

    Regulation of agricultural land use as a condition for rural tourism development
    O. Petyukova

    Development of investment management methods in Russian tourism
    T.V. Pogodina and N.L. Udaltsova

    Influence of international sanctions on inbound tourist flows in modern Russia
    S.V. Rastorguev, S.Y. Belokonev and R.V. Pyrma

    Assessment of the tourism potential of the Russian Federation
    T.P. Rozanova et al.

    Coordination of strategic planning documents in the area of tourism and small business development in the Russian Federation
    G.F. Ruchkinaet al.

    Functional problems of the tourism development institutions
    G.F. Ruchkina et al.

    Potential of tourism development in the Eurasian Economic Union
    T.V. Voronina and A.B. Yatsenko

    Economics of cultural tourism: The case of the Korean Wave
    A.V. Botovalkina, V.S. Levina and K.M. Kudinova

    Formation of a public catering company’s sustainable strategy: Management and marketing
    I. Firsova and S. Azarova

    Information support for tourist destination marketing: Russian and international experiences
    S.V. Karpova, V.V. Panyukova and I.V. Rozhkov

    Development of group and individual tourism trends and prospects
    M.A. Morozov, S.P. Shpilko and K.V. Shevel

    Development of the tourist and recreational industry in Russia
    M.A. Morozov et al.

    Management and technologies in the area of knowledge: The possibility of a single system for managing innovation in city agglomeration
    T.G. Popadyuk and N.K. Popadyuk

    The problem of the development of inbound tourism in Russia
    T.V. Sedova, M.V. Korovushkina and M.A. Kirsanova

    Innovative aspects of agritourism project management
    V.A. Shumaev et al.

    Tendencies and prospects of tourism development
    T.Kh. Usmanova and P.V. Trifonov

    Controlling the functioning of the hotel business
    S. Yusupova and S. Pozdeeva

    Modern technologies in the field of knowledge on the example of hotel business
    O.G. Zhigareva

    Big data and travel industry
    A.L. Bulgakov

    Development of the recreation industry using wildlife resources in Russia
    T.P. Rozanova et al.

    Assessment of the impact of investment in tourism on the volume of tourist flow
    L.O. Babeshko and I.V. Orlova

    Educational technologies as a factor of axiological development of students’ personality in sphere of tourism
    I.V. Frolova et al.


    Dr. Ford Lumban Gaol received his B.Sc. in Mathematics, Master of Computer Science, and his Doctorate in Computer Science from the University of Indonesia, in 1997, 2001 and 2009, respectively. He is currently Associate Professor Informatics Engineering andInformation System, Bina Nusantara University, Indonesia. He is the Vice Chair of Ph.D. Program and Research Interest Group Leader "Advance System in Computational Intelligence and Knowledge Engineering" (Intel- Sys) Bina Nusantara University. Dr. Ford is the officer of IEEE Indonesia section for International and Professional Activities. He is the Chair SERSC: Science and Engineering Research Support Society Indonesia Section. Dr. Ford was the ACM Indonesia Chapter Chair and is involved in several projects related to Technology Alignment in several multinational companies such as Astra, United Tractors, Telkom, Sony Erickson. Dr. Ford was Visiting Professor to Hong Kong University in 2011, and to the Kazan Federal University 2014-2015.