4 December 19, 2015
1. Maya A. Seliverstova
Microresource Support for the Development and Growth of Small Business Entities in Krasnodar Krai
European Journal of Social and Human Sciences, 2015, Vol.(8), Is. 4, pp. 171-175.
This article brings to light the major issues in providing microresource support to small business entities in the form of microfinancing and microlending. The paper identifies and substantiates the need to develop strategy and tactics for the financial regulation of small business entities as part of the “State Support for Small and Medium-Sized Businesses in Krasnodar Krai for 2014–2018” subprogram. The author proposes a model for the organizational-economic mechanism for microresource support for the development and growth of small business entities.
2. Pablo Telman Sánchez Ramírez
The Evolution of Russia´s Domestic and Foreign Policy from the Perestroika to the Ukrainian War (1985–2014): Fluctuations and Rearrangements
European Journal of Social and Human Sciences, 2015, Vol.(8), Is. 4, pp. 176-188.
During the last decades, Russia has been prisoner of abrupt and contradictory changes, but it has also advanced within its plans and aims, which have placed it in a leading position at the international order of the XXI century. This article will perform a critical analysis of the development of the Russian domestic and foreign policy from Gorbachev to Putin.
3. Dinh Tran Ngoc Huy
The Analysis of Several European Group Corporate Governance Standards After Financial Crisis
European Journal of Social and Human Sciences, 2015, Vol.(8), Is. 4, pp. 189-207.
In past few years, corporate scandals and bankruptcy in US and Europe and other parts of the world show some certain evidence on weak corporate governance, weak internal control system and weak audit. Though there are a few researches which have been done in the field of international corporate governance standards, we believe that this field with more rooms to explore. Therefore, this paper chooses a different analytical approach and among its aims is to give some systematic opinions. First, it classifies European Group representative corporate governance (CG) standards into two (2) groups: EASD and ECODA CG principles covered in group 1 and, group 2, including EFAMA Code and Corporate Practices from EBRD, so-called relative good CG group, while it uses ACCA and CFA principles as reference. Second, it, through analysis, shows differences between above set of standards which are and have been used as reference principles for many relevant organizations. Third, it establishes a selected comparative set of standards for European group representative corporate governance system in accordance to international standards. Last but not least, this paper covers some ideas and policy suggestions.
4. Barbora Vinczeová
Home Is Where the Heart Is: Perceptions of Home in Contemporary American Short Fiction
European Journal of Social and Human Sciences, 2015, Vol.(8), Is. 4, pp. 208-213.
The topic of home is becoming more and more interesting in modern times thanks to globalization and multiculturalism. The aim of this paper is to find out how contemporary American writers of short fiction perceive home and what does this topic relate to. We aim to present most common notions of home, focusing on cultures, traditions and countries. The framework for the stories is provided by the series Best American Short Stories published annually. To include most recent fiction, only publications since 2007 are used.
5. Alexandra Vorozhbitova
Researchers’ Strategies of Using Social Media in Scientific and Innovative Spheres from the Perspective of Sochi Linguistic & Rhetorical School
European Journal of Social and Human Sciences, 2015, Vol.(8), Is. 4, pp. 214-219.
The paper outlines a new project of the Sochi Linguistic & Rhetorical School aimed at developing a researcher’s strategy of using social media. It is revealed that with the current increase in the technological speed of contemporary society development the practices concerning research experiences get considerably altered. One of the most prominent tools of this change is the social media viewed as a multidimensional phenomenon reflecting the current social and professional challenges and requiring thorough investigation.