Methodology of formation and functioning of assessment centers
the qualifications in housing and communal services ……………….. 3
HOUSING CONSTRUCTION AND
HOUSING AND COMMUNAL SERVICES
Kondyukova E.S., Nikitina O.M., Shershneva E.G., Rutkauskas K.V.
“General cleaning” of the housing sector in the context of licensing
management companies …………………………………………………… 14
ECONOMICS AND MANAGEMENT
Cherepovskiy A.P., Zhgut Yu.S.
Strategic management of development of innovative
construction needs an ambulance …………………………………………23
Kallaur G.Y.,Papikian L.M.
Urban land development as part of investment and
construction projects implementation ……………………………………. 30
Methodical approach to the rational use of highly qualified
personnel as material and non-material asset of the economy
of depressive region ……………………………………………………… 37
LOGISTICAL BASE CONSTRUCTION
The using of fixed assets of construction and the role of efficiency
process in this sector of the economy (part 1) …………………………… 48
ENERGY AND RESOURCE SAVING
Management of energy service contracts and energy
efficiency in housing and communal services …………………………….. 56
Kuptsov A.A., Pupentsova S.V.
Evaluating the effectiveness of re-conception of shopping centers …….. 66
Methodology of formation and functioning of assessment centers the qualifications in housing and communal services
Chernyshov Leonid Nikolaevich, doctor of economic sciences, Professor, head of the Center for urban development IDPO GASIS HSE; e-mail: email@example.com
Keywords: employer, staff, labor market, qualification, professional standards, Centers for the assessment of qualifications, certificate of conformity, the expert, a certificate procedure for assessing qualifications.
This article presents the main principles of forming the Institute of qualification assessment and examination centers, as well as institutional mechanisms of their functioning on the assessment of the qualifications of the employees of the labor market in the system of the Council on professional qualifications in housing and communal services.
«General cleaning» of the housing sector in the context of licensing management companies
Kondyukova Elena, Ph. D, Associate Professor of "Banking and investment management" of the Ural Federal University named after the first President of Russia Boris Yeltsin, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org;
Nikitina Oxana, Lecturer of "Banking and investment management" of the Ural Federal University named after the first President of Russia Boris Yeltsin, e-mail: email@example.com;
Shershneva Elena, Ph.D of Economics, Associate Professor of "Banking and investment management" of the Ural Federal University named after the first President of Russia Boris Yeltsin, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org;
Rutkauskas Konstantin, Candidat of Economics and management of construction and estate market of the Ural Federal University named after the first President of Russia Boris Yeltsin, e-mail: email@example.com
Keywords: licensing, license requirements, licensing Commission, management companies, apartment buildings, housing and utilities, financial security, housing registry, housing supervision.
The main innovation of 2015 in the housing sector became compulsory licensing of management companies. Due to the large number of complaints from residents on poor performance of housing and communal services, the Russian government has made this step. The purpose of licensing is to "clean" the market from unfair housing management companies and to improve the quality of services. At the moment there is some experience of licensing of management companies, but they cast doubt on the effectiveness of this measure. The article aims to analyze the problems and possible consequences of the licensing organizations, which manage apartment buildings, and offer recommendations for improving licensing procedures.
Strategic management of development of innovative construction needs an ambulance
Cherepovskiy Anatoly Pavlovich, candidate of economic sciences, Associate Professor of Orel State Agrarian University; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org;
Zhgut Juliya Sergeevna, graduate student of Moscow City Teacher Training University; e-mail: email@example.com
Keywords: development of the industry or signs of decline, aging fixed assets industrial base, new approaches to modernization, the revival of the innovative frame forge strategic programs, companies and regions new impetus to innovative development of the country, reducing the «intellectual slavery».
This article contains an analysis of development status of a number of scientific, technological and industrial innovation potentials of construction workers. Some measures for their building are established. Peculiarities of production management and, especially, human resources in today's conditions are given. It was identified the methodological approaches to improve the basic processes of this activity. It was provided appropriate recommendations to the various authorities and business, including the revival of common public administration sector, as well as for monitoring the innovative development of regions, industries, firms.
Urban land development as part of investment and construction projects implementation
Kallaur Galina Yurievna, Ph. D, Economics, Associate Professor at Project and programs management department of Plekhanov Russian University of Economics; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org;
Papikian Lusine Manveli, Postgraduate student in Department of project and program management, Plekhanov Russian University of Economics; e-mail: email@example.com
Keywords: land development, integrated land development, land use, value of land lease right, urban land rent.
The article covers topical issues of increasing effectiveness of urban land resource management for integrated development. The author proves the necessity of considering costs on land development while evaluating land plots’ market value as an economic foundation for interaction between city authorities and private sector. An algorithm for estimating value of land lease right based on rental approach is suggested.
Methodical approach to the rational use of highly qualified personnel as material and non-material asset of the economy of depressive region
Zhamaldaev Abdul-Rashid Saidovich, the applicant, the Council for study of productive forces, Moscow; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Keywords : region, methodological approach, rational use, depressive economy, human resource, specialists of the highest qualification, a tangible asset, an intangible asset.
The article describes the main components of the methodical approach to the rational use of personnel of higher qualification in conditions of a depressed economy. In particular, formulated the basic tasks of formation of methodological approach and identified a group of interrelated functions, describing the need for highly qualified personnel for regional authorities as a sufficient number of workers necessary to implement these functions. It was identified the main criteria that determine the balance of the existing human resource of the region and demand from the economy of the region. The main criteria defined by the basic methods aimed at achieving the goals and objectives of the methodical approach to the rational use of personnel of higher qualification in conditions of a depressed economy.
The using of fixed assets of construction and the role of efficiency process in this sector of the economy (part1)
Pankratov Evgeniy Pavlovich, professor, Plekhanov Russian University of Economics; e-mail: email@example.com
Keywords: construction, fixed assets, production capacity, capital productivity, labor intensity, efficiency of the using funds.
The economic role of increasing the efficiency of use capital assets is considered and the meanings of the evaluation indicators of the effectiveness of this process are discussed. On their basis, a comprehensive analysis of the use of capital assets construction are hold, estimation of their efficiency are given and identified the reserves to improve the use of fixed assets.
Management of energy service contracts and energy efficiency in housing and communal service
Panova Olga Ivanovna, Ph. D, Economics, docent, Volgograd State University of Architecture and Civil Engineering, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Keywords: energy efficiency, energy conservation, housing, management of buildings, energy service agreement (contract).
The article presents the theory and practice of management efficiency and energy saving of houses and buildings. It was considered the domestic experience of managing energy efficiency using statistics and the Russian legislation. It was listed activities that contribute to saving resources.
Evaluating the effectiveness of re-conception of shopping centers
Kuptsov Artem A., student, Peter the Great Saint-Petersburg Polytechnic University; e-mail: email@example.com;
Pupentsova Svetlana V., Ph. D, Economics, docent, Peter the Great Saint-Petersburg Polytechnic University; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Keywords: re-conception, rent rate, pay-back period, positioning.
In conditions of the fierce competition the shopping centers owners are reconsidering the ways of development of their assets to increase or at least saving the income level of projects. For this reason the results of research might be useful in determination of the market value and in creation of the shopping center management program. In this work the main characteristics of shopping & entertainment centers before and after change was analyzed, the information about successful re-conception projects of the shopping centers in Saint-Petersburg was gathered. The authors have offered the elimination's algorithms of external and internal signs of coming obsolescence of the shopping center, the criteria to evaluate economic efficiency were developed (rental rate, average attendance per day, vacancy rate, payback period), the positioning map was designed, the comparative analysis of re-conception project was conducted. The following instruments might be attributed to the positive sides of the shopping center re-conception: enlargement of usable area of an object, decrease in low visited spaces, creation of convenient logistics of a facility for both visitors and tenants, increase in attendance of an object, rental rate growth, improving the competitive ability of a facility, opportunity to create a new pool of lessees with anchor tenants attraction, increase in property value.