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CONTENT

PROFESSIONAL STANDART

Chernyshov L.N., Zbritskiy A.A., Ivchik T.A.

Organizational and legal mechanisms to reduce the risks

of applying professional standards in the example of the utility sector   …. 3

CURRENT PROBLEMS

Yaskova N.Yu., Zaitceva L.I.,

On the issue of ADR promotion in construction (on the basis of materials of III Scientific and Practical Conference «Non-judicial settlement of economic disputes in investment and construction sphere»)                        ……………..13

ECONOMIC SCIENCE AND ECONOMIC PRACTICE

Sagadeev R.A.

Features of forecasting cash flows of production investment projects by the method of transformation of annuities                                            ……….. 23

HOUSING CONSTRUCTION AND

HOUSING AND COMMUNAL SERVICES

Ivanov A.V.

The capital repair of the common property of apartment building, without waiting for the official dates of its realization                              ……… 35

REGIONAL ECONOMY

Grushina O.V., Kislov E.V.

Peculiarities of renovation of residential districts’ dated to the first period of industrial development in Siberia                               …….. 48

Akimova M.S, Ulitskaya N.Yu.

Quality assessment of the urban environment Penza       ……… 62

Filiushina K.E., Yarushkina N.A.,Astafyev S.A.

Evaluation of the effectiveness of the implementation of the investment and construction project on the example of the construction of energy-efficient low-rise settlement                                                                   ……… 73

Organizational and legal mechanisms to reduce the risks of applying professional standards in the example of the utility sector

Chernyshov Leonid Nikolaevich,Dr. SC. (Econ.), Professor, Council on professional qualifications in housingand communal services, Moscow, Russia; e-mail: leo.chern@yandex.ru

Zbritskiy Alexander Anatolievich, Dr. SC. (Econ.), Professor, Director of the Institute for STR GASIS National research university “Higher school of Economics” (Profsouznaya 33, Blg. 4, Moscow, 117418, Russia);

e-mail: zaagasis@yandex.ru

Ivchik Tatyana Anatolievna, Dr. SC. (Econ.), Professor, Deputy Director for additional education, National research university Higher school of Economics; e-mail: ivchik1967@yandex.ru

Keywords: certification, assessment kits, qualifications, independent assessment, vocational education, professional standards, professional exams, labor market workers, qualification certificates, qualification levels, qualification assessment centers, expert community.

The article is devoted to the topical issues of the formation of the National System of Professional Skills, on the example of the housing and utilities industry. The article presents the main problems that influence the application of professional standards by enterprises in this sector of the municipal economy and organizational and legal mechanisms to solve them. Analyzing the activities of industry centers for independent assessment of qualifications, the authors on specific examples illustrate the need to use the enterprise housing and utilities professional standards and tools of independent assessments of professional qualifications to improve the professional level of staff give a consistent assessment of the existing system of certification (assigning) qualifications and the prospects for its existence within the framework of the current legislation.

References

1. Chernyshov L.N., Zbritskiy A.A., Schreiber A.K., Ivchik T.A. Modern tools for regulating labor relations in housing and communal services //Ekonomika stroitel'stva [Economics of Construction], 2018, no 6, pp. 3-12 (in Russ.).

2. Zbritskiy A.A., Chernyshov L.N., Ivchik T.A. Organizational and methodological problems of independent evaluation system of qualifications in housing and communal services //Ekonomika stroitel'stva [Economics of Construction], 2017, no 2, pp. 3-12 (in Russ.).

3. Agapitov S.N. Development of professional standards in housing and communal services is a task of employer associations //Ekonomika stroitel'stva [Economics of Construction], 2013, no 6, pp. 28-32 (in Russ.).

4. Chernyshov L.N. Methodological problems of training and retraining of employees for the sphere of housing and communal services //Ekonomika stroitel'stva [Economics of Construction], 2014, no 6, pp. 63-75 (in Russ.).

5. Zbritskiy A.A., Ivchik T.A., Mironova L.V., Schreiber A.K. Professional standards as a basis for improving the quality and prestige of the highly skilled workers leading to careers in construction production //Ekonomika stroitel'stva [Economics of Construction], 2015, no 4, pp. 3-8 (in Russ.).

6. Blinov A. A., Ugryumova N. V. Managerial Aspects of Socio-Economic systems of Housing and communal services // Journal of AGUAS. Science, education, Economics. Series: Economics, 2015, no 1 (11) (in Russ.).

7. Tsaplin E.V., Volkova V.S. Evolution of housing and communal services reformation in 1991-2017 years //Ekonomika stroitel'stva [Economics of Construction], 2017, no 1, pp. 34-44 (in Russ.).

8. Razueva O. V. Improvement of enterprise management in the housing and communal services // Problems of modern economy, 2015, no 24 (in Russ.).

9. Poklonova E.V., Uskova. P.A. Housing Market: the state and problems // Modern trends in Economics and management: a new look, 2015, no 37-2 (in Russ.).

10. Zbritskiy A.A., Chernyshov L.N., Ivchik T.A., Slobodyan A.A. Professional standards is a based system for the housing and communal services by professional staff //Ekonomika stroitel'stva [Economics of Construction], 2013, no 6, pp. 38-42 (in Russ.).

11. Chernyshov L.N. Methodology of professional standards at enterprises of housing and communal services //Ekonomika stroitel'stva [Economics of Construction], 2016, no 5, pp. 22-31 (in Russ.).

12. Chernyshov L.N., Zbritskiy A.A., Ivchik T.A., Mironova L.V. The methodology of developing professional standards for other employees of the housing and communal complex //Ekonomika stroitel'stva [Economics of Construction], 2015, no 4, pp. 9-16 (in Russ.).

On the issue of ADR promotion in construction (on the basis of materials of III Scientific and Practical Conference «Non-judicial settlement of economic disputes in investment and construction sphere»)

Yaskova N.Yu., doctor of economics, professor, The Head of Investment and construction business Department of Russian Presidental Academy of National Economy and Public Administration, Moscow, Russia; e-mail: mcua3@yandex.ru

Zaitceva L.I., candidate of Juridical Sciences, The Head of legal proceedings Department of the Tenth Arbitration Court of Appeal, Moscow, Russia; e-mail: mcua3@yandex.ru

Keywords: alternative disputes resolution, participants of construction, construction business, banking business, bankruptcy, litigation.

Modern state of construction industry signifies the necessity of coping with technological backwardness, accrued misbalances, low productiveness of construction business and also its persistent unprofitability and high level of conflict character of construction participants. Actual rise of economic interests contradictions caused by a more complicated character of projects, increase of social burden on construction business induced by inconsistent and even fragmentary measures of public regulation has led to enormous number of economic disputes. Bankruptcy caseload of investment and construction companies is at the highest possible level nowadays. Not only small and middle-sized business but also large companies cannot withstand modern challenges pressure. In this connection there is a huge field for elaboration of dispute resolution methods. Shifting towards project financing strengthens inner contradictions in the industry and also causes conflict of interests with banks. Decline of assets quality, increase of unfinished construction volume, loss of partners, withdrawal of turnover capital, waste of staff, enlargement of shadow economy segment – these are just the part of consequences which should be overcome immediately. Systemic possible solutions deal with the use of the whole specter of disputes resolution methods. Foreign experience, for example Belarusian one, proves that non-judicial methods are more flexible, rational, diverse and acceptable for parties in conflict. The most important thing is that these methods of settling differences have negotiating nature and let the parties find decisions with a high potential of practical fulfillment (not just winning the case in court). Experts expressed different opinions on the issue of conciliation procedure organizational form. The main requirement for arising disputes in investment and construction projects is an uninterrupted process and prevention of bankruptcies: debtors, contractors, subcontractors and construction shareholders. Participants of conference came to the conclusion that certain pilot projects promoting diverse disputes settlement procedures in investment and construction should be launched.  

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4. Yaskova N.Yu., Kazansky N.V. Non-profit forms of housing construction // Economy and Entrepreneurship. - 2019. - № 1 (102). - р. 899-901 (in Russ.).

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7. Zaitseva L.I. Alternative ways of resolving disputes in the context of interstate relations and economic justice in the Russian Federation. - M .: Original layout, 2015. - 216 p. (in Russ.).

8. Zaitceva L.I., Yaskova N.Yu. Application of alternative dispute resolution in the field of construction projects // IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science - http://iopscience.iop.org/article/10.1088/1755-1315/90/1/012182

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Features of forecasting cash flows of production investment projects by the method of transformation of annuities

Sagadeev R.A., The Institute for Additional Professional Education GASIS of the National Research University "Higher School of Economics", Moscow, Russia; e-mail: gasis-sp2@yandex.ru

Keywords: conventional and unconventional cash flows, internal rate of return, basic model, basic annuity, transformation points, interaction lines, equivalent cash flows.

The article deals with the application of the method of transformation of annuities in production investment projects based on conventional and unconventional cash flows. The focus is on projects related to unconventional cash flows, which may have one or more indicators of the internal rate of return. It is shown that the forecasting of cash flows by the proposed method of transforming annuities can be carried out only in projects in which each scenario is characterized by a single value of the internal rate of return. Variants of the base model are presented, allowing to use the method in industrial investment projects, and confirmed the expediency of applying the method in similar projects with the results of calculations and illustrative material. The method makes it possible to perform an analysis of numerous options at each stage of project implementation and promptly restructure the production to produce products more demanded by the market. It is advisable to apply the method in conjunction with known methods of risk assessment and analysis to substantiate rational options for the implementation of industrial investment projects under uncertainty.

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The capital repair of the common property of apartment building, without waiting for the official dates of its realization

Ivanov A.V., The lawyer of the Yaroslavl interregional bar Association, Yaroslavl, Russia; e-mail: anita250777@mail.ru

Keyword: apartment building, common property, early overhaul, lending, sources and repayment terms.

The essence of legal regulation of capital repair of common property of apartment buildings, including early its conduction, is revealed in the article. The every apartment building is the collective farm, the care about its property is the duty of owners of housing of such of a house. The capital repair is used for prolong of its service. The owners of housing are pays the contribution for forthcoming realization. However, the period of anticiparting of its repair is least at ten to fifteen years. The indignation of payers is provoke. The mechanism of implementation and financing of capital repairs, including early its conduction is shown in the article. This follower of organization action, which needs for its realization is demonstration in the article. The source of financion for such capital repair is the credit, which recipients wil be return by paying current contributions for repairs its emphazeses in the article. The capital repair of apartment building is must popular variant for extension life cycle of apartment houses is assert in the article. Another result of the study is the comprehession of the financion aspects of such property. The advantages and disadvantages of existing methods of formation of the fund of capital repairs of common property of apartment building is shown in the article. The laying of the owners of housing in apartment buildings the duty of payment of capital repair of its common property is legally insufficiently is note in aticale. The proof of this is the infringement of the rights of owners housing in the houses with two ways of management, when they choose the way of forming the fund of its capital repair. The author of the article is proposes to legislate the possibility of making payment only the one special account of such houses. It is proposed to call: the special way of forming the capital repair fund.

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Peculiarities of renovation of residential districts’ dated to the first period of industrial development in Siberia

Grushina O.V., Baikal State University, Irkutsk, Russia

Kislov E.V., Baikal State University, Irkutsk, Russia

Keywords: renovation, reconstruction, modernization, real property, dilapidated housing.

The rapid development of industrial housing has led to total obsolescence of typical residential buildings dated to the first stage of industrialization of housing. Degeneration of residential units’ quality is due to physical deterioration of buildings, which is caused by a number of reasons. Among these are shortcomings in design, limited material resources, immaturity of technologies for construction and assembly of prefabricated elements, environmental issue and other factors. Nowadays, five-storied panel buildings are often obsolescent and dilapidated. Consequently, a comprehensive renovation of whole residential districts with large-scale five-storied buildings is required. There are about 400 such buildings in Irkutsk city. More than 700 thousand m2 of the total accommodation area are estimated to require renovation. The useful life of these buildings is approximately 50 years. This term has come to an end, or is about to end. This means that these building are not suitable for life. At the end of September 2018, a bill was introduced to the state Duma, which suggested the extension of the Moscow experience of renovation over other regions. According to the poll by All-Russian Public Opinion Research Center, the majority of Russians believe that such renovation is more urgent for regions than for the capital of Russia. Renovation of residential districts in the Siberian region allows improving the urban area, which will meet modern planning regulations, and disposing deteriorated, obsolescent and dilapidated buildings. On the example of a residential section in Irkutsk city, an issue of the current legislative control over rehousing of dilapidated buildings is considered, the present and future state of the above section is compared, and recommendations on its comprehensive renovation are given. It is shown, that the efficiency of renovation of neighborhoods is possible with an increase in the area of residential buildings in 2 or more times. Based on the calculated balance of the residential area at different heights, a forecast for possible increase in living space and building density is given. In conclusion, the advantages and shortcomings of renovation both for the population and municipal authorities are discussed.

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2. Shepelev N.P., Shumilov M.S., Reconstruction of urban development: a textbook for building universities. M.: Vyssh. shk., 2000, 271p. (in Russ.).

3. Kasyanov V.F., Reconstruction of residential buildings of the city. M.:ASV, 2002, 208p. (in Russ.).

4. Bulgakov S.N., Reconstruction of residential buildings of the first mass series and low-rise residential buildings. M.:GUP TsPP, 2002, 260p. (in Russ.).

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9. Kievskiy I. L. Peculiarities of the methodology of organization of "wave" relocation in areas of complex reconstruction. Promyshlennoe i grazhdanskoe stroitel'stvo, 2006, No. 10, pp. 12-14. (In Russ.).

10. Guryiev V.V., Dorofeev V.M., Dmitriev A.N., Pankratov E.P., Lepeshkina E.A. Renovation and reconstruction economic problems of 5 stories building //Ekonomika stroitel'stva [Economics of Construction], 2018, no 1, pp. 3-17 (in Russ).

Peculiarities of renovation of residential districts’ dated to the first period of industrial development in Siberia

Peculiarities of renovation of residential districts’ dated to the first period of industrial development in Siberia

Grushina Olga V., Doctor habil. (Economics), Associate Professor, Department of Economics and Management of Investments and Real Estate, Baikal State University, e-mail: olga7771972@mail.ru.

Kislov Evgeniy V.,Postgraduate student,Department of Economics and Management of Investments and Real Estate, Baikal State University, e-mail: kislov.irk@gmail.com;

Keywords: renovation, reconstruction, modernization, real property, dilapidated housing.

The rapid development of industrial housing has led to total obsolescence of typical residential buildings dated to the first stage of industrialization of housing. Degeneration of residential units’ quality is due to physical deterioration of buildings, which is caused by a number of reasons. Among these are shortcomings in design, limited material resources, immaturity of technologies for construction and assembly of prefabricated elements, environmental issue and other factors. Nowadays, five-storied panel buildings are often obsolescent and dilapidated. Consequently, a comprehensive renovation of whole residential districts with large-scale five-storied buildings is required. There are about 400 such buildings in Irkutsk city. More than 700 thousand m2 of the total accommodation area are estimated to require renovation. The useful life of these buildings is approximately 50 years. This term has come to an end, or is about to end. This means that these building are not suitable for life. At the end of September 2018, a bill was introduced to the state Duma, which suggested the extension of the Moscow experience of renovation over other regions. According to the poll by All-Russian Public Opinion Research Center, the majority of Russians believe that such renovation is more urgent for regions than for the capital of Russia. Renovation of residential districts in the Siberian region allows improving the urban area, which will meet modern planning regulations, and disposing deteriorated, obsolescent and dilapidated buildings. On the example of a residential section in Irkutsk city, an issue of the current legislative control over rehousing of dilapidated buildings is considered, the present and future state of the above section is compared, and recommendations on its comprehensive renovation are given. It is shown, that the efficiency of renovation of neighborhoods is possible with an increase in the area of residential buildings in 2 or more times. Based on the calculated balance of the residential area at different heights, a forecast for possible increase in living space and building density is given. In conclusion, the advantages and shortcomings of renovation both for the population and municipal authorities are discussed.

References

1. Khasieva S.A., Architecture of the urban environment: a textbook for universities. M.: Stroyizdat, 2001, 200p. (in Russ.).

2. Shepelev N.P., Shumilov M.S., Reconstruction of urban development: a textbook for building universities. M.: Vyssh. shk., 2000, 271p. (in Russ.).

3. Kasyanov V.F., Reconstruction of residential buildings of the city. M.:ASV, 2002, 208p. (in Russ.).

4. Bulgakov S.N., Reconstruction of residential buildings of the first mass series and low-rise residential buildings. M.:GUP TsPP, 2002, 260p. (in Russ.).

5. Tumanik G.N., Center of a large city of Siberia. Regional features of formation and development. Novosibirsk: NGAKhA, 2004, 140p. (in Russ.).

6. Kiyanenko K.V., Introduction to the problems of modern market housing: a manual for architectural and construction specialties of universities.

7. Lyzhin S.M., Home intrigue. Ekaterinburg: Filantrop, 2005, 192p. (in Russ.).

8. Voronin I.A. Methods for housing renovation // ekonomicheskie nauki [Economics], 2014, no. 10 (119), pp. 62-64 (in Russ.).

9. Kievskiy I. L. Peculiarities of the methodology of organization of "wave" relocation in areas of complex reconstruction. Promyshlennoe i grazhdanskoe stroitel'stvo, 2006, No. 10, pp. 12-14. (In Russian).

10. Guryiev V.V., Dorofeev V.M., Dmitriev A.N., Pankratov E.P., Lepeshkina E.A. Renovation and reconstruction economic problems of 5 stories building //Ekonomika stroitel'stva [Economics of Construction], 2018, no 1, pp. 3-17 (in Russ).

Quality assessment of the urban environment Penza

Natalya Ulitskaya, Ph.D. (Econ.), Associate professor, associate professor at the Real Estate Cadastre and Law Department, Penza State University of Architecture and Construction, Faculty of Territory Management (28, German Titova St., Penza, 440028, Russia), tel. : +7 (8412) 49-48-47; e-mail: terramarket58@yandex.ru

Maria S. Akimova, Ph.D. (Econ.), Associate professor, associate professor at the Real Estate Cadastre and Law Department, Penza State University of Architecture and Construction, Territory Management Department (28, German Titova St., Penza, 440028, Russia), tel. : +7 (8412) 49-48-47; e-mail: mary-kim16@yandex.ru

Keywords: urban environment, territory balance, zoning of the city, quality of the urban environment.

Analysis of various situations and problems in terms of imbalances, proportions, sustainability becomes one of the most important areas of research in the development of urban areas to identify the prospects for minimizing destructive phenomena and enhancing the positive aspects. In the developed countries of the world today, the trend is to observe the threefold balance when organizing the urban environment: taking into account the affordability of housing in the long term; energy efficiency and environmental friendliness of buildings; Acceptability - the creation of urban development projects through social integration. In addition to all of the above, a comfortable urban environment with dense buildings improves the quality of life of the population by stimulating social life, ensuring the “walking distance” of all facilities and service areas. The development of public spaces, which increasingly acquire the status of multifunctional, is one of the main trends in the transformation of cities. With the development of built-up areas, where the expansion of services and creative activities takes place, social and business areas are easily transformed, adapting to the necessary functions (recreation, trade, competitions, social actions). Developed social and business areas create a high quality urban environment.

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Evaluation of the effectiveness of the implementation of the investment and construction project on the example of the construction of energy-efficient low-rise settlement

Filiushina Kristina E., Ph.D., docent,Tomsk State University of Architecture and Building, Tomsk, Russia; e-mail: kri1617@yandex.ru;

Yarushkina Natalia. A., docent,Tomsk State University of Architecture and Building, Tomsk, Russia; e-mail: natali1598@rambler.ru

Astafyev Sergey A.,Doctor of Economic Sciences, docent, Baikal State University, Irkutsk, Russia; e-mail: astafievsa@mail.ru

Keywords: low-rise housing, public-private partnership, efficiency.

The subject of research is the development of low-rise housing. The goal is to assess the effectiveness of the implementation of the investment and construction project on the example of building an energy efficient low-rise settlement in the area of ​​the Kuzovlevskiy tract in the city of Tomsk. The specificity of the project under consideration is its orientation towards solving socially significant tasks, while respecting the effectiveness of the decisions made. By asking a different share of state participation and at the same time, keeping the profit at the same level, we calculated square meters for a private partner, and how many square meters a private partner can transfer to the state. Due to the participation of the state in the investment and construction project, the cost of housing decreases, respectively, the private partner transfers some apartments to the state, the number of square meters decreases, but the profit of the private partner increases due to the difference in square meters. Interpretation of the results obtained is made in the form of figures, tables and formulas.

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