Modelling of Global Economic Development

Major: lnternational Economic Relations
Code of subject: 8.292.00.M.030
Credits: 3.00
Department: Management and International Business
Lecturer: Myroslava Bublyk, Doctor of Economic Sciences, Prof.
Semester: 4 семестр
Mode of study: денна
Мета вивчення дисципліни: The purpose of studying the academic discipline and learning outcomes are: mastering the necessary theoretical knowledge of the theory and practice of scientific research, the basics of didactics, developing certain skills in the organization of research work, and readiness for scientific research to solve assigned tasks on the chosen topic.
Завдання: The study of an academic discipline involves the formation and development of students' competencies: Integral competence (INT): the ability to identify and solve complex problems in international economic relations put forward hypotheses and generate new ideas for their complex solution, which involves a deep rethinking of existing and the creation of new integral knowledge in the research process | and professional practice. Special (professional) competencies (FC): FK1. The ability to demonstrate in-depth knowledge of modern theoretical, methodological and methodical foundations of the functioning and development of the world economy and international economic relations. FC2. The ability to form a scientific, holistic view of the economic unity of the world and regulatory mechanisms of international economic relations at the national, regional and international levels in the conditions of modern processes of convergence and divergence. FC6. The ability to analyze, systematize and summarize the results of interdisciplinary scientific research in international economic relations and business.
Learning outcomes: As a result of the study of the discipline, the student must be able to demonstrate the following learning outcomes: 1. To generalize, think critically and analyze the phenomena and problems studied, to show flexibility in decision-making based on logical arguments and verified facts in limited time and resources based on general scientific methodology. 2. Analyze and apply conceptual models, scientific achievements of domestic and foreign scientists, fundamental postulates and theories, paradigms of global economic development, and the latest approaches to the functioning and development of the world economy and international economic relations. 3. Have a scientific, holistic view of the economic unity of the world and the regulatory mechanisms of international economic relations at the national, regional and international levels in the modern processes of convergence and divergence. 4. Analytical thinking and methods of systematization of information processing of large data sets, evaluation and forecasting of economic and social phenomena. 5. Demonstrate a systematic scientific worldview, the ability to think creatively, formulate conclusions and develop recommendations, and offer extraordinary approaches using the latest technology in solving problems. 6. Identify scientific and practical problems, prepare scientific texts and reports, conduct public testing of research results in state and foreign languages, and demonstrate oral and written communication. 7. Apply information technology and modern modelling and forecasting methods using the latest application packages and software products for scientific substantiation and confirmation/refutation of hypotheses. 8. Ability to use modern information, communication tools, and technologies to ensure effective scientific and professional communications. 9. Ability to formulate their author's conclusions, suggestions and recommendations.
Required prior and related subjects: Previous subjects (prerequisites): 1. Modern theories of world economic development. 2. Global problems and challenges of economic development. Related and following subjects (co-requisites): 1. Socio-economic diagnostics in the conditions of globalization. 2. Intellectualization and informatization of world economic development.
Summary of the subject: The theory of the development of models of the global economy. Principles and principles of modelling the global economy. Modelling the institutional structure of the global economy on the example of the EU. Modelling of budget formation at the global level based on the example of the EU. Modelling of agricultural development of the global economy. Modelling the trade development of the global economy. Modelling the social development of the global economy. Modelling of regional development of the global economy.
Опис: Topic 1. The theory of the development of models of the global economy. Topic 2. Principles and principles of modelling the global economy. Topic 3. Modelling the institutional structure of the global economy on the example of the EU. Topic 4. Modelling of budget formation at the global level based on the example of the EU. Topic 5. Modelling of agricultural development of the global economy. Topic 6. Modelling the trade development of the global economy. Topic 7. Modelling the social development of the global economy. Topic 8. Modelling of regional development of the global economy.
Assessment methods and criteria: 1. Current poll 2. Listening to a speech on a given topic 3. Execution and presentation of the results of the individual research task. 4. Conducting a slice of knowledge in the form of a test. 5. Semester exam. Current control (100%): - 50% - performance and protection of laboratory work with preparation of reports; - 40% - implementation and defense of an individual research project (preparation for publication/publication). - 10% - presentation of a scientific report (multimedia presentation).
Критерії оцінювання результатів навчання: Procedure and criteria for assigning points and grades: • for performance and defense of laboratory works (5 works of 10 points each) – 50 points; • for the implementation and defense of an individual research task (preparation for publication/publication) – 40 points; • for presenting a scientific report (multimedia presentation) – 10 points; • The final semester grade on a 100-point scale is converted into a state grade according to the system adopted at the University: • 88-100 points – "excellent"; • 71-87 points – "good"; • 50-70 points – "satisfactory"; • 0-49 points – "not satisfactory". • The grade "excellent" (88-100 points) is awarded for complete, systematized knowledge. The graduate student must fully complete the assigned tasks regarding the performance of the laboratory work, during the defense of the laboratory work must correctly answer the questions, however minor inaccuracies are allowed. • The grade "good" (71-87 points) assumes that the graduate student has fully completed the assigned task of performing the laboratory work, and when defending the laboratory work, he correctly answers most of the questions, admits minor inaccuracies and errors. • A grade of "satisfactory" (50-70 points) is given to a graduate student who has fully completed the assigned task of performing laboratory work, and may have made some mistakes when defending the laboratory work. • The grade "unsatisfactory" (less than 50 points) is awarded to a graduate student who has fully completed the assigned task of performing laboratory work, but when defending the laboratory work does not understand the essence of the questions, does not know the basic concepts of the subject and did not answer them correctly.
Порядок та критерії виставляння балів та оцінок: Procedure and criteria for assigning points and grades: • for performance and defense of laboratory works (4 works of 25 points each) – 100 points; • The final semester grade on a 100-point scale is converted into a state grade according to the system adopted at the University: • 88-100 points – "excellent"; • 71-87 points – "good"; • 50-70 points – "satisfactory"; • 0-49 points – "not satisfactory". • The grade "excellent" (88-100 points) is awarded for complete, systematized knowledge. The graduate student must fully complete the assigned tasks regarding the performance of the laboratory work, during the defense of the laboratory work must correctly answer the questions, however minor inaccuracies are allowed. • The grade "good" (71-87 points) assumes that the graduate student has fully completed the assigned task of performing the laboratory work, and when defending the laboratory work, he correctly answers most of the questions, admits minor inaccuracies and errors. • A grade of "satisfactory" (50-70 points) is given to a graduate student who has fully completed the assigned task of performing laboratory work, and may have made some mistakes when defending the laboratory work. • The grade "unsatisfactory" (less than 50 points) is awarded to a graduate student who has fully completed the assigned task of performing laboratory work, but when defending the laboratory work does not understand the essence of the questions, does not know the basic concepts of the subject and did not answer them correctly.
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