Managing Service, Education and Knowledge Management in the Knowledge Economic Era: Proceedings of the Annual International Conference on Management and Technology in Knowledge, Service, Tourism & Hospitality 2016 (SERVE 2016), 8-9 October 2016 & 20-21 October 2016, Jakarta, Indonesia & Vladimir State University, Vladimir, Russia, 1st Edition (Hardback) book cover

Managing Service, Education and Knowledge Management in the Knowledge Economic Era

Proceedings of the Annual International Conference on Management and Technology in Knowledge, Service, Tourism & Hospitality 2016 (SERVE 2016), 8-9 October 2016 & 20-21 October 2016, Jakarta, Indonesia & Vladimir State University, Vladimir, Russia, 1st Edition

Edited by Ford Lumban Gaol, Natalia Filimonova, Fonny Hutagalung

CRC Press

228 pages

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Managing Service, Education and Knowledge Management in the Knowledge Economic Era contains papers that were originally presented at the 2016 International Congress on Management and Technology in Knowledge, Service, Tourism & Hospitality (SERVE 2016), held 8-9 October 2016 & 20-21 October 2016, in Jakarta, Indonesia & at the Vladimir State University, Vladimir, Russia. The contributions deal with various interdisciplinary research topics, particularly in the fields of social sciences, education, economics and arts. The papers focus especially on such topics as language, cultural studies, economics, behavior studies, political sciences, media and communication, psychology and human development. 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.

Table of Contents

Management of innovative development (on the example of tourism in the Pskov region)

L.P. Goncharenko, S.A. Sybachin, S.V. Valeeva & S.V. Horshikyan

Assessment of immaterial resources as an innovation tool of long-term social and economic regional development

A.A. Yussuf, R.N. Fedosova & T.V. Starikova

Development of regional forest potential of Russia in the context of bio-economic trend

S.V. Makar & A.V. Yarasheva

Practical tools for the assessment of strategic risk factors of entrepreneurial activity

Y.V. Kuznetsov, N.V. Kapustina & E.V. Maslova

The impact of human resource management on customer loyalty in the hotel industry in Russia

U.V. Kuznetsov, E.V. Melyakova & N.G. Kizyan

Conformity assessment of concession agreements model to parameters of investment projects in transport infrastructure area

P.N. Zakharov, J.A. Zakharova & K.V. Nazvanova

Instruments for the implementation of import substitution strategy in the agro-industrial complex

V.P. Tretyak, O.A. Anichkina & K.G. Abazieva

Enterprise integration in the network electronic market: Choice of the Internet-project implementation directions

N.M. Fomenko

Philosophy of ancient towns’ economy development evidence from Suzdal, a Russian town

N.V. Rodionova & A.D. Shapovalova

Dynamic model of the economic and social system control

V.E. Krylov

Factors determining whether industrial parks are successful or not

S.N. Kuznetsova, E.V. Romanovskaya, Y.S. Potashnik, N.E. Grechkina & A.P. Garin

Methodological solutions for the production of a new product

V.P. Kuznetsov, E.P. Garina, N.S. Andriashina, E.P. Kozlova & S.N. Yashin

State instruments choice for strategic planning in Russian regions

A.N. Ryakhovskaya, D.I. Ryakhovsky & M.V. Erhov

Harmonization of the tax portfolio of an organization by means of situational matrix modeling

I.V. Frolova, T.V. Matytsyna, T.G. Pogorelova & E.A. Likhatskaya

Assessment of business activity impact on national stock market indices

O. Loseva & M. Fedotova

Innovative development of a region: Growth pole approach

O. Goiher, A. Posazhennikov, A. Loginov, O. Arkadeva & A. Danilov

The methodical approach to the assessment of regional innovation and investment processes

O.A. Donichev, S.A. Grachev, D.Yu. Fraymovich & A.K. Kholodnaya

Development of public–private entrepreneurship projects

N.Y. Omarova, M.M. Omarov & V.A. Shultsev

Methodology of e-economy infrastructure research

T.N. Beliatskaya & V.S. Knyazkova

Assessment of factors influencing the quality of human resources

M.V. Rakhova, S.A. Grachev, M.A. Gundorova & M.I. Zakirova

Impact of industrial policy on the competiveness of high-technology businesses

N.N. Polzunova, N.M. Filimonova, M.Y. Malkerov, O.S. Starostina & I.S. Polzunov

Effectiveness of innovations in the process of complex industrial and domestic waste utilization in Vladimir region as a source of raw materials for the modern construction sector

I.A. Gandelsman, L.V. Zakrevskaya & I.V. Kozlov

Values of modern youth and state youth policy

N.V. Morgunova, R.V. Morgunova & I.A. Zaytseva

Influence of the state support on the development of small and medium-size entrepreneurship of the Vladimir region

T.N. Kashitsina, E.S. Lovkova & S.M. Basharina

Predictive analysis of the tourism hospitality development in Slovakia

A. Antonyová, P. Antony & B. Soewito

Urban areas as educational tourism destinations

A.R. Lebedev

Methodological aspects of forming a regional benchmarking partnership

A.E. Panyagina

Current barriers of innovation development of Russian entrepreneurship

I.B. Teslenko, A.G. Bezdudnaya & A.M. Gubernatorov

The role of innovations in the modern economy and their economic essence

L.I. Pugina, N.V. Chaikovskaya & D.V. Chaikovsky

Problems of establishment and development of start-ups in Russia

I.B. Teslenko & O.B. Digilina

Rise and development of the ecosystem of innovative entrepreneurship in Russia

O.A. Kornilova & N.V. Abdullayev

Exploring the appeals used in creative advertising: A conceptual theory

A.R. Rushdan, I. Zulkifli & F.D. Hutagalung

Innovative thinking as a factor in the establishment of an innovation-based economy in Russia: Spiritual and moral aspects

N.V. Manuilov, S.Z. Mekhdiev, T.A. Iskyanderova & I.N. Novokupova

Contemporary regional planning in Russia: Systemic problems and development issues

I.I. Saveliyev & T.A. Iskyanderova

Employees’ personal potential as the main factor of the innovation activity of a Russian organisation

R.N. Fedosova, Yu.I. Petrova, Ye.V. Rodionova & Yu.Ye. Galkina

Analysis of the current situation of the production structure of the dairy industry of the Russian Federation regions: Optimization reserves

G.V. Jazev, J.F. Anoshina & V.P. Tretyak

Competitive differentiators of money-and-credit institutions of modern Russia

N.A. Amosova, A.Yu. Kosobutskaya, U.I. Treshevski & A.V. Lodyshkin

Environmental activities in Indonesian Islamic commercial banks’ corporate social responsibility

Y. Andriansyah, A. Sugeng & M. Iqbal

Impact of small business sector on quality of life in Russian regions

D. Clark & N. Filimonova

Model of innovation activities situation in regions

S.V. Shtebner, Y.N. Kochetova, M.A. Shumilina & M.I. Lapshina

Factors reducing a company’s value in the system of internal financial control

S.R. Dreving & L.Y. Khrustova

About the Editors

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.

Dr. Fonny Hutagalung received her B.Sc. in psychology, Master of Industrial and organizational Psychology, and Doctor in Psychology from National University of Malaysia in 1996, 2003, 2011, respectively. She is currently Head of Department of Educational Psychology and Counseling. Her research interest are Psychological testing, Cognitive abilities in Early Childhood, Human Development, etc. She also takes responsibility for the teaching and learning portfolio for the undergraduate, post graduates program. She oversees local and international undergraduate and post graduates student matters and she and her team have recently developed a comprehensive student advisory system for the faculty. Her most recent books are ‘ Research in Early Childhood Education (2016) and 'Introduction to Social Psychology: Perspective and Knowledge (2016). Dr. Fonny Hutagalung is also an editor for international books and a member of the Malaysian Psychological Association, International Council, and Asian Psychology Association.

Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
BUS042000
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Management Science
BUS076000
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Purchasing & Buying
BUS083000
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Information Management