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CONTENT

OUR ANNIVERSARIES

May 2021 marks the 25th anniversary of the basic department

"Capital Group Project and Program Management

REU by G.V. Plekhanova                                                ….. 3

EDUCATION and SCIENCE

Resin V.I., Bachurina S.S., Vladimirova I.L., Dmitriev A.N., Nosov S. I., Pankratov E. P., Potravny I. M., Sukhorukov A. I.

Project management in the investment and construction sector, real estate and environmental protection at the modern innovative level: 25 years of the basic department "Project Management and Programs of Capital Group" of Plekhanov Russian University of Economics                                …. 4

INVESTMENT ACTIVITIES

Serov V.M.

On the property approach in assessing economic efficiency

investment projects in real sectors of the economy

(expansion, reconstruction and technical rearmament)     …. 15

Lisichkin V. A.,Simchera V. M.

Optimization of the investment cycle in oil and gas construction         …. 21

HOUSING CONSTRUCTION AND

HOUSING AND COMMUNAL SERVICES

Makarov D.A., Yudenko M.N.

Systemic modelling of economic interaction

in sphere of housing construction                                                        …. 28

ECONOMICS and MANAGEMENT

Simionova N.E.,Kirichenko D.A.

Supply chain efficiency: subsystems, processes, indicators                  …. 39

INNOVATION ACTIVITIES

Semenov A.I., Gubaidullina A.D.

Digital transformation of the organization's business models               … 49

Zakharova T.I., Gylin M.A.

Trends in the sustainable development of social sector organizations  … 56

Biryukov E.S., Boyko M.N.

5 key steps in the organization's transition to an effective

sustainable development strategy                                                         …. 63

ACTUAL PROBLEMS

EYO J.E., CHIADIGHIKAOBI P.C.

Effects of gas flaring to the Nigerian ecology                                      …. 71

Project management in the investment and construction sector, real estate and environmental protection at the modern innovative level: 25 years of the basic department "Project Management and Programs of Capital Group" of Plekhanov Russian University of Economics

Resin V.I., Bachurina S.S., Vladimirova I.L., Dmitriev A.N., Nosov S. I., Pankratov E. P., Potravny I. M., Sukhorukov A. I., Plekhanov Russian University of Economics, Moscow, Russia; e-mail:kaf-stroy@yandex.ru

Keywords:Basic Department, Project and program management, continuing education, digitalization, investment and construction projects, real estate, environmental management, land use.

The article analyzes the 25-year scientific and pedagogical experience of the basic Department of Project and Program Management Capital Group of the Plekhanov Russian University of Economics for training specialists in the field of construction project management; The results achieved are considered and the prospects for further development of the system of training young specialists and conducting research on improving the methods of project and program management in the investment and construction sector, real estate economics, development and environmental activities, resource conservation, land use, in the search and adoption of innovative solutions using digital technologies in project management are outlined.

References

1. Resin V. I., Vladimirova I. L., Dmitriev A. N., Nosov S. I., Motorina M. A., Potravny I. M., Pankratov E. P. 20 years of the Department of Project Management and Programs of Plekhanov Russian University of Economics: scientific results and prospects for improving project management in the investment and construction sector, real estate and environmental management // Construction economics. – 2016. – № 3 (39). – P. 4-13.

2. Pankratov E. P., Pankratov O. E. Problems of increasing the production potential of construction complex enterprises // Economics of construction, 2015. - no. 3. - p. 4-17.

3. Digital methods of innovative management of investment and construction projects. Monograph /Ed. by I. L. Vladimirova. - Moscow: Plekhanov Russian University of Economics, 2020 – - 448 p.

4. Spatial development project Management: Training manual / Under the general ed. acad. RAS Komova N. V., prof. Tsypkina Yu. A., prof. Nosova S. I.; rel. for the issue of prof. Likefet A. L.-M.: IP Osminina E. O., 2020 – - 540 p.

5. Sustainable spatial development. Design and management: Monograph / Ed. acad. RAS Komova N. V., member-cor. RAS Sharipova S. A., prof. Nosova S. I., prof. Tsypkina Yu. A. - M.: IP Gubarev Evgeny Vladimirovich, 2021. - 752 p.

6. Resin V. I., Vladimirova I. L., Motorina M. A., Nosov S. I. Project management of territorial development – a new scientific direction at Plekhanov Russian University of Economics. Modern problems of project management in the investment and construction sector and environmental management. Materials of the MNPK for the 105th anniversary of the Plekhanov Russian University of Economics.-2012. - p. 5-8.

7. Modernization of industry and development of high-tech industries in the context of "green" growth. The monograph edited by acad. RAS Porfiriev B. N. M.: Izd. Scientific Consultant, 2017.

8. Bachurina S. S., Vladimirova I. L., Kallaur G. Yu. Formation of the infrastructure of the education system in the conditions of digitalization of the economy/Formation of the digital economy and industry: new challenges. The monograph edited by A. V. Babkin.  Petersburg 2018.

          9.   Vladimirova I.L., Bareshenkova K.A., Kallaur G.Yu. Digital methods of real estate asset lifecycle management // Baltic Journal of Real Estate Economics and Construction Management. Volume 6, Issue 1, 2018.

       10. Porfiriev B N, Dmitriev A N, Vladimirova I L, Tsygankova A A 2017 Sustainable development planning and green construction for building resilient cities: Russian experiences within the international context Environmental Hazards 165-79.

         11. Approaches to classifying building innovations while implementing information modelling and project management» A.N. Dmitriev, I.L. Vladimirova, G.Yu. Kallaur and A.A. Tsygankova. Journal of Engineering Science and Technology Review 12 (2) (2019) Р.143 – 151.

12. Pankratov E. P., Pankratov O. E. About management of increase of investment opportunities of construction enterprises in the sphere of reproduction and renewal of fixed assets //Construction economics. 2019. - No. 4. - p. 3-17.

        13. Sergey Nosov, Boris Bondarev, Evgeny Venevtsev et al. Increasing the efficiency of land use in real property complexes development projects. E3S Web of Conferences. 2020; Vol.164: 09031.

        14. Nosov S. I., Svintsova T. Yu. Economic justification of urban land recultivation for involving them in economic turnover for new construction // Construction economics. – 2019. – № 6 (60). – р. 47-56.

On the property approach in assessing economic efficiencyinvestment projects in real sectors of the economy (expansion, reconstruction and technical rearmament)

Serov V.M., State University of Management, Moscow, Russia; e-mail: serov.v.m1936@gmail.com

Keywords: investments, investment activity, economic efficiency of investments, profitable approach, property approach, capital investments, fixed assets / funds, market value of fixed assets / funds.

The article is devoted to the consideration of the methodical provisions and methods of the economic efficiency of capital expenditures and investments in the expansion, reconstruction and technical rearmament of existing enterprises using a property approach. In this article there are the results of investments in the creation of new production capacity, outlines the methods, indicators and formulas are given for calculating them when assessing the effectiveness of development projects and technical rearmament of existing organizations.

References

1. Serov V.M. On the property approach in assessing the economic efficiency of investment projects in real sectors of the economy (new capital construction) // Ekonomika stroitel’stva [Economics of Construction], 2021, no 1, pp. 3-11 (in Russ.).

2. Moiseenko N.A. Investing in the reconstruction of operating enterprises. M.: GUU, 2004, 169 p. (in Russ).

3. Serov V.M., Nesterova N.A.,Serov A.V. Organization and management in construction. Moscow, 2007, 432 p. (in Russ).

4. Gureeva E.G., Tihomirova K.A. Problems and solutions in the field of organization of investment and construction work at the enterprises of oil production // Ekonomika stroitel’stva [Economics of Construction], 2019, no 3, pp. 37-50 (in Russ.).

5. Serov V.M. On the development of methodology and methods for the analysis and evaluation of the economic efficiency of capital-forming investment-building projects // Ekonomika stroitel’stva [Economics of Construction], 2017, no 5, pp. 18-29 (in Russ).

6. Opekunov V.A. Real estate economics. Moscow, 2003, 242 p. (in Russ).

Optimization of the investment cycle in oil and gas construction

Lisichkin V. A., Federal Research Sociological Center Institute of Socio-Political Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Doctor of Economics, Professor; e-mail: futurum@mail.ru;

Simchera V. M.  , Federal Research Sociological Center Institute of Socio-Political Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Doctor of Economics, Professor.

Keywords: investment and construction process, optimization, production sharing agreement, service contract, mining license, cost structure, losses and risks in the development of deposits.

The article considers the main stages of the investment and construction process in oil and gas construction. Shows the fallacy of acting companies of different ownership forms of the methodology for calculating the cost per unit of finished product (ton of oil cubic meters of natural gas) not taking into account the costs of geological exploration, contribuye, translation deposits in commercial operation. This practice is beneficial only for oil and gas oligarchs and allows them to receive super-profits, when many items of costs for the development of the field are attributed to the state, and the entire profitable part is distributed to private beneficiaries. Another significant gap in the methodology is the use of one of the most backward organizational and legal forms of relations between the state and private companies involved in the investment process-a production sharing agreement or a license for the extraction of mineral raw materials. Such forms are used mainly in countries of third world, while all countries OPEC member countries operate under schemes based on the use of service contracts. The transition in Russia to these advanced schemes of the investment cycle in oil and gas construction – service contracts-will have a huge effect both for the Russian economy and for individual economic entities and the entire population of the country.

References

1. Nursent N.A. What contracts in the oil and gas industry meet the country's interests? Modern research of social problems (electronic scientific journal), № 11, 2012 URL: https://cyberleninka.ru/article/n/kakie-kontrakty-v-neftegazovoy-otrasli-otvechayut-interesam-strany/viewer  (date accessed: 26.02.2021).

2. Davidov B.A. Ways to improve service in the oil and gas industry in Russia. 07.11.2016, URL: https://neftegaz.ru/analisis/oil_gas/328603-puti-sovershenstvovaniya-regulirovaniya-servisnogo-obsluzhivaniya-neftegazovoy-otrasli-rossii/ (date accessed: 26.02.2021).

Systemic modelling of economic interaction in sphere of housing construction

Makarov D.A. Petersburg State Transport University Emperor Alexander I, St. Petersburg, Russia; e-mail: makarov141161@gmail.ru;

Yudenko M. N., St. Petersburg State Economic University, St. Petersburg, Russia; e-mail: mnuspb@mail.ru

Keywords: housing construction, modeling economic interaction, sustainable equilibrium, government regulation.

The article presented the result of system approach to the modelling and the research of the functional mechanism in housing construction. A system of economic-mathematical models was proposed to model housing construction as a complex socio-economic system. The composition of the main participants in the housing and their interests (targeted functions) have been determined. The proposed set of models includes models of participants in this type of economic activity and models of their economic interaction.In the sphere of housing construction defined the concepts of optimal static and dynamic equilibrium, sustainability of equilibrium development.The sustainability of the housing construction is proposed to be assessed through the ability to return to the trajectory of optimal equilibrium development and the speed of such transition. The research of dynamic equilibrium and sustainability is carried out on the basis of identification and analysis of the totality of positive and negative feedback loops operating in the analyzed socio-economic system.The need for a system evaluation of both the instruments of state support and the mechanism for regulating the interaction processes of participants in the housing construction is substantiated.The work is noted the positive and negative effects of the current measures to support and stimulate construction. Proposals to improve the tools and mechanism of state regulation in housing construction have been formulated.

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Supply chain efficiency: subsystems, processes, indicators

Simionova N.E., Russian Customs Academy (Rostov Branch), Rostov-na-Donu, Russia; e-mail:simionova@rambler.ru

Kirichenko D.A., Russian Customs Academy (Rostov Branch), Rostov-na-Donu, Russia; e-mail: deniskirichenko@mail.ru

Keywords:supply chain, construction specifics, supply chain network model, key processes, efficiency, assessment indicators.

Increased competition requires strengthening the market position of enterprises, including more efficient supply chain management. To activate logistics activities, it is necessary to highlight key business processes in the logistics management system and form a system of indicators for assessing their effectiveness. Logistic operations in resource-intensive industries, including construction, are of particular importance. The specifics of the formation of supply chains in construction are due to the specifics of the industry. Researchers include the territorial dispersion of construction projects, a long and non-cyclical production, the need to attract not only resource suppliers, but also subcontractors, the predominance of discrete, non-deterministic and irregular flows. This increases the importance of logistics in the management of the construction business, since any deviations in the supply chain lead to an increase in the cost of construction, violation of the terms of commissioning of facilities.The combination of process and project-oriented approaches to the management of investment and construction activities is considered as a promising direction for the development of supply chains, which fully reflects the specifics of the flow model of construction production. The network model of the supply chain in construction, in particular, residential real estate, corresponds to the specifics of construction. Studies show that most authors consider the SCOR model as the basis for supply chain management, developing a system of metrics, detailing indicators, taking into account the specifics of the activity, the business model being implemented. Considering the problems of management and return on investments in logistics assets, the author proposes the payback period, profitability index, as well as the growth of business activity indicators as indicators.Considering the possibilities of the balanced scorecard, the author has identified the indicators of the logistics system, which are advisable to use to assess internal business processes. As a main indicator of the efficiency of management of the logistics subsystem, an indicator of added market value is proposed, which reflects not only an increase in profitability, but also an increase in the value of the assets. As investments in logistics assets grow, costs increase, but not only absolute costs should be considered as indicators, but also relative indicators characterizing, in particular, the return on costs.

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2. Pasyada I.N. Integrated logistics of projects of complex residential development and development of territories: dissertation ... candidate of economic sciences - St. Petersburg, 2018.-180 p. (in Russ.).

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Digital transformation of the organization's business models

Semenov A.I., Gubaidullina A.D., Plekhanov Russian University of Economics, Moscow, Russia; e-mail: yochanson@mail.ru

Keywords: business model, digitalization, innovations, innovative business-models, digital business model, technologies, digital transformation.

Business model is the scheme of the organization. It represents the main processes of the organization and the way the company generates cash flow and adds the value to the existing product or service. Digital transformation is one of the most popular trends in the modern management. More and more companies uses its principles for generating cash flow and reinventing the current business model. They allow company to create a marketing lead and to add a value to its products.

The main goal of the management tea is to introduce and to develop new technologies, and study the impact of their launch. This article is written to introduce the main methods and issues of the digital transformation and to study the differences.

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1. OsterwalderA., PigneurY.,Ticci.L. Clarifying Business Model: Origin, Present and Future of The Concept. Communication of the Association for Information Systems, 2017.  

2. Marchin Kotarba: Digital Transformation of business models, 2018.

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5. Maslennikov V.V., Lyandau U.V., Kalinina I.A., Popova E.V. The model of integrating the financial contour into the organization's strategy //Vestnik Rossijskogo ekonomicheskogo universiteta imeni G.V. Plekhanova, 2020, v. 17, no 3 (111), pp. 73-82 (in Russ.).

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Trends in the sustainable development of social sector organizations

Zakharova T.I., Gylin M.A., Plekhanov Russian University of Economics, Moscow, Russia; e-mail: Zaharova.TI@rea.ru

Keywords: social sector, sustainable development, global, health care, education, private income.

Rational popularization of the theory of sustainable development is especially important at the present time. Our civilization has accumulated many global problems in the economic, environmental and social spheres. Without the mutual support of government and business in the modern world, it is impossible to solve such problems as providing quality education or reducing unemployment, the lack of clean drinking water for a huge number of the world's population, and climate change, which leads to disastrous consequences. Without solving these problems, it is impossible to talk about the implementation of sustainable development plans. This global problem often relegates the development of the social sphere to the background, which is unacceptable, since in the end it can negatively affect the potential of people and the future of the country as a whole. The processes that took place in Russia at the end of the twentieth century show how dangerous it is to ignore the needs of the social sector. Today, the transition of the social sphere to a new level is a necessary prerequisite for the transition of the Russian Federation to sustainable development. Russia is systematically creating opportunities for positive changes in the social sphere, and our government is looking for optimal solutions to the accumulated problems. At the same time, work is underway to create a modern regulatory framework that optimizes Federal and regional legislation in such areas as population, health, education, sports and physical education, environmental and environmental management, and pension reform.

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5 key steps in the organization's transition to an effective sustainable development strategy

Biryukov E.S., Boyko M.N., Plekhanov Russian University of Economics, Moscow, Russia; e-mail: Birykov.ES.@rea.ru

Keywords: sustainable development, sustainable development strategy, environmental friendliness of business, stakeholders, reporting, society.

Statistics show that society's requirements for business have become more specific and meaningful. So, for the majority of consumers today it is important that the business be environmentally friendly, cause minimal harm to the environment, be socially responsible and at the same time remain stable. Businesses, in turn, strive to meet these requirements and are everywhere working to implement sustainable development strategies and solve global problems. In this article, we will look at the benefits of implementing such a strategy and what steps are key in moving to this strategy.

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Effects of gas flaring to the Nigerian ecology

EYO J. E., Department of Ecology, Peoples Friendship University of Russia (RUDN University), 6 Miklukho- Maklaya Street, Moscow, 117198, Russian Federation; e-mail: josepheyo292@yahoo.com

CHIADIGHIKAOBI P. C., Pacherozi Engineering and Materials Nigeria Limited, 14 Chief Andy Obidike Lane, off Udeagbala Road, Ayaba Umueze, Osisioma, Abia State, Nigeria; e-mail: passydking2@mail.ru

Keywords: gas flaring, global climate change, gas flaring in ecology, Niger Delta.

Nigeria is an oil and gas producing nation. The Niger Delta is the Nigerian oil and gas province. About 10 – 40% of produced associated gas is underutilized and is flared into the environment. This is the usual trend in the Nigerian oil and gas industry. Environmental pollution arising from gas flaring has impacted the ecosystem of Niger Delta region of Nigeria.  The main stresses relative to oil and gas operations arise from gas flaring. Gas flaring has adverse impacts on the environmental components and its associated biota.  This paper reviews the impacts of gas flaring on the agriculture and water quality resources in the Niger Delta region of Nigeria. The study found that gas flaring alters water ions (especially sulphate, carbonate, nitrate), pH, conductivity heavy metals (such as lead and iron) concentration, especially in rainwater. It also affects agriculture leading to decrease in growth and productivity probably due to changes in soil quality parameters.

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