Tempus
JEP-26079-2005

 

Dissemination:

5. Dissemination

  • to hold trainings of 1 week duration delivered by Russian trainers who were retrained in EU Universities/ Institutions to distribute their knowledge and experience among their colleagues from BSUEL and experts from regional authorities engaged in the municipal servants vocational training to form the network of trainers.

About 50 professors and experts (nonparticipting directly in the project) are to be trained for three years.

  • Dissemination workshops.

One workshop of 1 week duration will be hold each project year in the partner University ( Russia). During the workshop trainers and professionals will discuss the distance training systems relevant issues and examples of better practice in this sphere.

18 Russian trainers, 10 partner University academic staff members, 20 academic staff members from universities of Irkutsk and other regions and 20 state and municipal servants will be effected by this dissemination per year. In total 30 partner University academic staff members, 60 academic staff members from universities of Irkutsk and other regions and 60 municipal and state servants will be effected by this kind of dissemination for 3 years in total.

Newly developed courses will be shared among Russian Universities in Siberia and used by them. Newly developed methods of teaching and evaluation will enhance the level of training and make it closer to European standards.

  • Dissemination conferences.

Each project year there will be a dissemination conference of 1 week duration on issues of Local Self-Government Effectiveness, Municipal Management or Territorial Development. The conferences proceedings will be published and distributed among municipal administrations and other stakeholders (Universities of Siberian region).

18 Russian trainers, 15 academic staff members from other universities, 25 representatives of the Irkutsk Regional Administration and municipal administrations and 4 EU coordinators are to take part in these dissemination conferences per year.

In total 45 academic staff members from other universities and 75 representatives of the Irkutsk Regional Administration and municipal administrations will be involved in this kind of dissemination for 3 years in total.

The project will have a major disseminating effect in Siberian regions of Russia, to different Russian University staff outside the participating University and to municipal servants from different Siberian municipal administrations.

  • The project web-site will be designed and maintained to indicate the project progress and to disseminate the project achievements.

Tempus IB_JEP-26079/2005
Baikal State University of Economics and Law (Russia)
University of Debrecen (Hungary)
University of Minho (Portugal)

Fifth International Scientific Conference

SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT OF MUNICIPALITIES AND STATE REGULATION OF MUNICIPAL DEVELOPMENT
25 APRIL 2008

Collected articles of participants of the Conference

Isea

Table of contents

 

Section

Name

City

Section 1. Problems of State Regulation Reforming

1

Regional Policy in post-soviet Russia

Kolodina, E.A.

Irkutsk

2

Electronic Administrative Regulation as Administrative Reform Instrument

Bakhtairova, E.A.

Irkutsk

3

Institutional and Information Regulation of regional development indicative planning system

Rutsky, V.N.

Krasnoyarsk

4

Information modelling of administrative procedures in Public Administration (on example of State Parliament of Russian Federation)

Bakhtairova, E.A.,
Gluckman, N, Obraztsova, K, Pogodayeva, M.

Irkutsk

5

Administrative Reform realisation in Russian Federation: : intermediate results in Irkutsk Oblast in 2002-2007

Koval, T.

Irkutsk

6

Outlook for the process of democratization in Russia

Carlos Cabral Cardoso

(Braga) Portugal

Section 2. Social and Economic Issues of Municipal Development

 

6

Working out decisions on promoting communication accessibility of cities centers of Russian regions

Meteleva, E.R.

Irkutsk

7

Strategic Planning of economic base of municipalities

Petrishe, V.I.

Orel

8

Importance of city cadastre development

Kozyrskaya, I.E.

Irkutsk

9

Urban Agglomeration: notion, essence, management of development process

Mikhaylova, M.A.

Irkutsk

10

Municipal bodies as a part of regional protection of labour system

Zykov, V.V.

Irkutsk

11

Competitive Russian City: new tasks and chances under new conditions

Gavayler, A.

Irkutsk

12

Role of city marketing in adaptive bureaucracy development

Vikhoreva, M.V.

Irkutsk

13

Role of municipal administrations in a support of enterprenership: German experience

Martynikhin, V.V.

Irkutsk

 

Development of distance training system for training of state and municipal servants in the Baikal State University of Economics and Law

Shestakov, S.S.

Irkutsk

 

Strategy of resource provision of sustainable development of a municipality

Pastukhova, E.A.

Perm

 

Socio-economic basis for the establishment of an inter-municipal institution

Sotnich, V.A.

Irkutsk

14

International experience of using of claster technology for municipal development

Barkova, O.M.

Vladivostok

Section 3. Problems of Sustainable Development of Municipalities and Regions

 

15

Issues of agriculture-oriented regions and means of solving their problems

Polyakova, A.A.

Orel

16

Actualization of spatial development planning

Tyumentsev, V.A.

Angarsk

17

Realisation methods of development strategy of border regions in a view of international cooperation

Chernyak, E.G.

Chita

18

Ecological and economical aspect of terrotorial-economic systems' sustainable development

Shumeeva, Y, Sokolova, L.G.

Irkutsk

19

Role of ICT as innovations in socio-economic development of economic systems

Lozhnikova, E.A.

Irkutsk

20

Issues of tourism development impact on regional economy

Tsareva, N.I.

Irkutsk

21

City Planning and sistaibable development of territories

Desyatkina, Y.B.

Irkutsk

22

Investmant Climate of Region

Taskaeva, M.P.

 

23

Issues of clusters development in a European urban development tradition

Tishenko, E.V.

Irkutsk

24

Tourism development in Carachayevo-Cherkessiya as an important condition of rising of competitiveness of this region

Karasova, Z.I.

Penza

25

Main directions of protection of labour in Russian Federation and in Irkutsk Oblast

Zykov, V.V.

Irkutsk

26

Problem of sustainability in the region of a national park protected strictly

Istvan Suli-Zakar

Debrecen (Hungary)

27

Tradition and innovative directions of regional ethno-economic development

Atayeva, L.M.

Penza

Section 4. Problems of Territorial Economys Branches Development

 

28

Essence and Genesys of Productivity Notion

Sokolova, L.G.

Irkutsk

29

Issues of non-material component of National Income estimation

Karpova, G.V.

Sent-Petersburg

30

Technical, economical and social components of integration process

Kayukova, A.E.

Yekaterinburg

31

Balanced management of industrial enterprise capital value

Sergeyeva, A.D.

Yekaterinburg

32

Organisation of inter-budget interactions between Federal Center and Russian Regions

Koren, K.S.

Irkutsk

33

Irkutsk Agglomeration and Professional Education issues in a context of realisation of Irkutsk Oblast development strategy

Mikhailova, M.

Irkutsk

34

Money Flow as an object of financial management

Sinyavskaya, M.

Irkutsk

40

Ejectment of steadings for public needs: socio-economic aspects

Nevzorova, E.N.

Irkutsk

35

Housing sphere reforming and role of householder in housing management: Great Britain experience

Khakhinova, I.

Irkutsk

Section 5. Contemporary issues of quality of life of inhabitants

 

36

Issue of quality of life (regional aspect)

Lapardina, Y.S.

Chita

37

Environment Condition as one of quality of life aspects

Shumeyeva, A.Y.

Irkutsk

38

Rising of people competitiveness at the labout market

Makarov, M.V.

Irkutsk

39

Role of State power bodies in Wages Regulation

Yershova, A.Y.

Irkutsk

 


REPORT
on the visit to Baikal State University of Economics and Law (Irkutsk, Russia)
of Istvan Suli-Zakar, Project Grantholder, Head of Department of Social Geography and Regional Development Planning (University of Debrecen, Hungary) and Gyula Szabo, Project Manager, research fellow of Centre for regional Studies (Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Hungary)

Tempus project IB_JEP 26079 2005
29 May 4 June 2008

Professors Istvan Suli-Zakar and Gyula Szabo visited Baikal University to attend the dissemination seminar within the Tempus project framework. They were to provide Russian professors with advices on how to develop new training courses according to European standards. Istvan Suli-Zakar and Gyula Szabo checked the draft versions prepared by professors from BSUEL and made necessary comments and corrections.

The University of Debrecen (Debrecen, Hungary) academic staff members took part in the meeting in the Irkutsk Regional Administration. Next participants attended the meeting:

  • Istvan Suli-Zakar, Project Grantholder (University of Debrecen, Hungary)
  • Gyula Szabo, Project Manager (University of Debrecen, Hungary)
  • Vladimir Yelkin, Project Coordinator (Baikal State University of Economics and Law, Irkutsk, Russia)
  • Larisa Sokolova, Head of Economics and Public Administration Department (Baikal State University of Economics and Law, Irkutsk, Russia)
  • Elena Meteleva, Project Manager (Baikal State University of Economics and Law, Irkutsk, Russia)
  • Valery Mitusov, Head of Human Resource Management Department (Irkutsk Oblast Administration, Russia)
  • Elena Romanova, Head of Territorial Department (Irkutsk Oblast Administration, Russia)
  • Alexander Osipov, Deputy Head of Territorial Department (Irkutsk Oblast Administration, Russia)

REPORT
on the dissemination conference
at Baikal State University of Economics and Law (Russia, Irkutsk)

Tempus project IB_JEP 26079 2005
25 April 2008

Attendance record


/

Institution
Surname, name

Position

Baikal State University of Economics and Law
1.

Sokolova Larisa

Head of Department

2. 

Kolodina Elena

Full Professor

3. 

Meteleva Elena

Associate Professor

4. 

Martynikhin Victor

Associate Professor

5.

Shestakov Sergey

Associate Professor

6.

Bakhtairova Elena

Associate Professor

7.

Nevzorova Ekaterina

Associate Professor

8. 

Kozyrskaya Irina

Associate Professor

9. 

Vikhoreva Maria

Associate Professor

10. 

Koren Kseniya

Assistant

11. 

Mikhaylova Maria

Assistant

12.

Zykov Vladimir

Assistant

13. 

Desyatkina Yulia

Assistant

14. 

Tyumentsev Valery

Assistant

Irkutsk Regional Administration
15. 

Shumeyeva Yuliya

Chief Specialist

16. 

Yershova Anna

Head of Department

Irkutsk City Administration
17. 

Lozhnikova Elisaveta

Senior Specialist

18. 

Gavayler Andrey

Chief Specialist


Collected articles of the Conference participants have been published as a result of the seminar.


REPORT
on the dissemination seminar
at Economics and Public Administration Department
of Baikal State University of Economics and Law (Russia, Irkutsk)

Tempus project IB_JEP 26079 2005

30 June 2008, Irkutsk
Attendance record


/

Institution
Surname, name

Position

Baikal State University of Economics and Law
1.

Yelkin Vladimir

Vice-Rector

2. 

Sokolova Larisa

Head of Department

3. 

Kolodina Elena

Full Professor

4. 

Meteleva Elena

Associate Professor

5.

Martynikhin Victor

Associate Professor

6.

Shestakov Sergey

Associate Professor

7.

Bakhtairova Elena

Associate Professor

8. 

Nevzorova Ekaterina

Associate Professor

9. 

Vikhoreva Maria

Associate Professor

10. 

Bogomolova Natalya

Associate Professor

11. 

Devyatova Natalya

Senior Lecturer

Irkutsk Regional Administration
12. 

Osipov Alexander

Deputy Head of Department

University of Debrecen (Hungary)
13. 

Istvan Suli-Zakar

Head of Department

14. 

Gyula Szabo

Project Manager

The Economics and Public Administration Department of the Baikal State University of Economics and Law (Russia, Irkutsk) decided to recommend next training materials to be published within the Tempus project frameworks:

  • Urban Development, developed by Bogomolova, N.
  • Rural Development, developed by Khokhlova, N.
  • Civil Service Management, developed by Sokolova, L.
  • Housing Management, developed by Martynikhin, V.
  • Transportation Development, developed by Devyatova , N.
  • Information Technology in Public Administration, developed by Shestakov, S.

 

 
 

 

 

 

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