Corporate Analytics

Major: Business Administration
Code of subject: 7.073.09.E.34
Credits: 4.00
Department: Management and International Business
Lecturer: Myroslava Bublyk, Doctor of Economic Sciences, Prof.
Semester: 2 семестр
Mode of study: денна
Learning outcomes: As a result of the study of the discipline, the student must be able to demonstrate the following learning outcomes: 1. Know the essence of corporate analytics systems used at domestic enterprises, their relationship with the information system of the enterprise, the system of production and supply of products 2. Have a system of corporate analytics, methods of accounting for inventories, capital, costs and revenues, etc. 3. Apply methods of analysis of financial and economic condition of the enterprise and the efficiency of its financial resources. 4. Have a system of statistical study of quantitative and qualitative relationships between mass social and economic phenomena and processes, methods of systematic statistical analysis of social and economic phenomena and processes to justify, develop and maintain management decisions for the needs of management. 5. Carry out calculations for the main types of operations of the enterprise, use the methods of corporate analytics for planning 6. Assess the financial condition of enterprises; analyze and evaluate social and economic phenomena and processes in order to justify and support management decisions in accordance with the needs of management.
Required prior and related subjects: Development of business structures Administration of international business structures Administration of public-private partnerships in business
Summary of the subject: The system of financial and economic relations, resulting in the current and investment businesses. Statistical management and its knowledge base. Statistics of businesses. Econometric models and their features. Production function Cobb-Douglas model of supply and demand, Keynes model.
Assessment methods and criteria: Current control (30%), including: - 20% - implementation and protection of laboratory work on registration of reports; - 10% - work in the VNS, preparation and defense of the abstract. Final control (70%), including: - Testing - Written Tasks (50%); - oral answer (20%).
Recommended books: 1. Фещур Р.В., Барвінський А.Ф., Кічор В.П. Статистика. – Львів, „Інтелект-Захід”, 2003. – 576 с. 2. Статистика підприємств: навч. посібник / [С.О. Матковський, Л.І. Гальків, О.С. Гринькевич, О.З. Сорочак та ін.]; за ред. С.О. Матковського – Львів: Новий світ-2000, 2009. – 430 с. 3. Handbook of Financial Econometrics and Statistics Editors: Lee, Cheng-Few, Lee, John C. (Eds.) Springer, New York Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, Piscataway, USA Center for PBBEF Research, North Brunswick, USA, 2015, 596 p.

Corporate Analytics (курсовий проект)

Major: Business Administration
Code of subject: 7.073.09.E.36
Credits: 3.00
Department: Management and International Business
Lecturer: Myroslava Bublyk, Doctor of Economic Sciences, Prof.
Semester: 2 семестр
Mode of study: денна
Learning outcomes: As a result of studying the module the student must acquire and develop the following competencies: general: 1. The ability to motivate people and move towards a common goal; 2. Ability to generate new ideas (creativity); 3. Ability to abstract thinking, analysis, and synthesis. professional: 1. Ability to select and use management concepts, methods, and tools, including by defined objectives and international standards; 2. Ability to form leadership qualities and demonstrate them in the process of managing people; 3. Ability to develop projects, manage them, show initiative and entrepreneurship; 4. Ability to analyze and structure the problems of the organization, make effective management decisions and ensure their implementation; 5. In-depth knowledge of classical and modern theoretical-methodological and methodological-applied base of management of domestic and international business structures; 6. Ability to effectively apply in-depth knowledge of financial and economic statistics for the administration of business structures; 7. Ability to demonstrate an idea of the objective laws, conditions, processes, and features of enterprise creation, organization of basic business processes; 8. Ability to use modern software and information and communication software in the field of business administration management; 9. Ability to manage costs in the activities of business structures based on finding areas and reserves for their optimization. The learning outcomes of this discipline detail the following program learning outcomes: 1. Design effective management systems for organizations; 2. Plan the activities of the organization in strategic and tactical sections; 3. Organize and carry out effective communication within the team, with representatives of various professional groups and in the international context; 4. Demonstrate leadership skills and the ability to work in a team, interact with people, influence their behavior to solve professional problems; 5. To provide personal professional development and planning of own time; 6. Be able to plan and implement the information, methodological, material, financial, and personnel support of the organization (unit).
Required prior and related subjects: Development of business structures Administration of international business structures Administration of public-private partnerships in business
Summary of the subject: The system of financial and economic relations, resulting in the current and investment businesses. Statistical management and its knowledge base. Statistics of businesses. Econometric models and their features. Production function Cobb-Douglas model of supply and demand, Keynes model.
Assessment methods and criteria: implementation and defense of the course project (100%)
Recommended books: 1. Фещур Р.В., Барвінський А.Ф., Кічор В.П. Статистика. – Львів, „Інтелект-Захід”, 2003. – 576 с. 2. Статистика підприємств: навч. посібник / [С.О. Матковський, Л.І. Гальків, О.С. Гринькевич, О.З. Сорочак та ін.]; за ред. С.О. Матковського – Львів: Новий світ-2000, 2009. – 430 с. 3. Handbook of Financial Econometrics and Statistics Editors: Lee, Cheng-Few, Lee, John C. (Eds.) Springer, New York Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, Piscataway, USA Center for PBBEF Research, North Brunswick, USA, 2015, 596 p.