YANGILIKLAR

Year: 2018

Action-oriented programs, worked out in accordance with the Action Strategy on five priority areas of development of Uzbekistan in 2017-2021 that are aimed at ensuring further improvement of the quality of life of people. The implementation of these programs will be effective, especially with proper use of the marketing system, which forms the fundamental basis of the economy.

 

 

In modern conditions of innovation and digital economy, there are big changes observed. Experts state that enterprises need to reconsider their views on the goals and methods of marketing in a “new economy”. Yesterday’s successful marketing strategies are losing their actuality.

Constant changes in the market environment are not a threat to the marketing, but its life. This, in turn, requires the effective use of modern marketing concepts in increasing the competitiveness of national goods.

In order to develop proposals and recommendations for studying and solving existing problems in this area, the Department of Marketing of Tashkent State University of Economics organized the Republican scientific-practical conference on the theme: “Using modern marketing concepts in increasing the competitiveness of national goods.”

 

 

In this conference there will discussed issues of improving the competitiveness of domestic goods, the use of innovative marketing strategies to saturate the domestic and foreign markets with consumer goods, conducting marketing research in organizing small industrial zones, improving the use of modern marketing concepts in the production of export-oriented finished products based on the marketing system.

The basis that served for the scientific conference were decrees, resolutions of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan, orders of the Cabinet of Ministers Republic of Uzbekistan and other current regulatory documents.

Scientific guidance, purpose and objectives of the conference.

The scientific guidance of the conference is – to study of the problems of using modern marketing concepts in increasing the competitiveness of national goods. The purpose of the conference is to exchange views, to develop scientific and practical proposals and recommendations on priority areas on improving and enhancing the effectiveness of marketing activities for market research, entering foreign markets, establishing international relations and manufacturing export-oriented products in this process based on a targeting marketing system.

Questions to be discussed:

– theoretical, methodological and practical issues of using modern marketing concepts;

– ways of use of marketing research in increasing the competitiveness of national products;

– development of marketing strategies in increasing the competitiveness of national goods.

– development of innovative marketing strategies in increasing the competitiveness of national goods in the domestic and foreign markets.

Expected Results Of The Conference. Expected scientific and practical results of the conference – the development scientifically grounded proposals and recommendations on theoretical, methodological and practical issues of using modern marketing concepts, ways of using marketing research in improving the competitiveness of national goods, developing marketing strategies to improve the competitiveness of domestic goods, developing innovative marketing strategies to improve competitiveness goods in the domestic and foreign markets.

Expected social results of the conference. Developed scientific proposals and practical recommendations on the use of modern marketing concepts in increasing the competitiveness of national goods will served as a basis for further development of potential of domestic manufacturing enterprises and service enterprises, development of full-fledged competitive environment in enterprises, to more fully satisfy the demand of the population of the republic on consumer goods and services and for the increasing of their well-being.

Erasmus+- Jean Monnet-Modules

A Jean Monnet Module is a short teaching program (or course) in the field of European Union studies at a higher education institution. Each Module has a minimum duration of 40 teaching hours per academic year and must focus on one particular discipline in European studies or be multidisciplinary requiring the academic input of several professors and experts.

The aim of the modules is to promote research and teaching experience among young researchers, scholars and practitioners in EU issues, foster the publication and dissemination of academic research, create interest in the EU, foster the introduction of an EU angle mainly into non EU related studies and deliver tailor-made courses on specific EU issues relevant for graduates in their professional life.

For further information on Jean Monnet Modules please refer to the http://www.erasmusplus.uz/, Erasmus+ Programme Guide

Jean Monnet in TSUE

Erasmus Module on European Studies in Business Economics and Finance (EMESBEF) in TSUE

In accordance with the main aim of the Jean Monnet Actions of promoting excellence in teaching and research in the field of European Union studies the proposed project Erasmus Module on European Studies in Business Economics and Finance (EMESBEF further referred to either as Module) has a purpose of introducing a Module in EU Studies with focus on the area of International Business, Economics and Finance in the master level curriculum of TSUE.

  1. Main objectives
    1. to widen the awareness of the field of EU Studies among economic students and academic staff of the TSUE and beyond;
    2. to provide the large number of current and future policy- and decision-makers with relevant and up-to date knowledge on the specific areas in EU studies;
    3. to introduce modern methodological tools into the educational process of TSUE, starting from this Module and disseminating the knowledge across the university and beyond.
  2. Target groups
    1. Master degree students;
    2. University academic and teaching personnel;
    3. Policy-makers and businessmen.

Benefits from the Module:

This module will provide for pedagogical staff:

  • To develop skill and ability in implementation of European standards in Uzbek system due to work out methodical materials, studied materials according to Europeans experience;
  • To research innovative European tools in pedagogical activities and implement them in Uzbekistan;
  • To participate in work out in amendments to tax code, regulatory base in trade and currency area.

This module will provide for graduates:

  • opportunity to participate in work out of tax system modernisations, in regulatory base liberalisation in developing new tools in international business activity;
  • proficiency with last achievements in corporate management which allows them to arrange the process of work in appropriate way;
  • proficiency with last innovative knowledge of European financial tools in trade which can be used in local market;
  • ability to work as in international trade area, so in commercial bank.

This module will provide for business:

  • Business society will learn about innovative European tools in trade area and banking that will encourage and promote turnover between Uzbekistan and European countries;
  • Business society, companies and commercial banks will learn about innovative European bank products that can facilitate international trade;
  • Terms of taxation and regulatory base will be considered among business society, commercial banks, European representative and representative of work group to work out new mechanisms acceptable for changed situation in economy (liberalization of currency market, favorable business climate, lack of bureaucracy).

Pedagogical staff:

Lyudmila Muradova – Project coordinator, Phd in Banking from TSUE (Uzbekistan), provides theoretical and practical knowledge in banking, investments, securities, corporate governance, Lecturer in Banking department;

Oksana Galak – PhD in Management from the University Vienna (Austria), provides both with relevant theoretical and methodologic knowledge, as well as offers direct exposure to the academic and research practices in European Environment;

Norbay Karimov – D.Sc. in Economics, All conducted researches are in the sphere of Economics, Finance, Banking, Foreign Investment, International monetary and financial relations, TSUE (Uzbekistan). Member of commission of higher attestation of PhD and Post Doctorate candidates in Uzbekistan;

Fazliddin Nasreddionov – PhD in Management, TSUE (Uzbekistan), Head of Banking department provides both with relevant theoretical and methodologic knowledge.

COURSE INFORMATION

Module         Erasmus Module in European Studies in Business, Economics and Finance (EMESBEF)
Sub-module Part I. European Studies in Business and Economics
Title European Business: Environment, Strategies and Structures
Term Winter Term 2018/2019
Structure 45 teaching hours (TH), out of them 30 TH of Lectures and 15 TH of Seminars

PROFESSOR INFORMATION

Professor Oksana Galak, PhD
Email address oksana.galak@univie.ac.at
Office Phone (043) 680-3274038
Office Location Oscar-Morgenstern Platz 1, 1090 Vienna, Austria
Module Erasmus Module in European Studies in Business, Economics and Finance (EMESBEF)
Sub-module Part II. European Studies in Finance
Title European Finance:  Current Environment and Perspectives 
Term Spring Term 2018/2019
Structure 45 teaching hours, including 30 hrs per Lectures and 15 hrs per Seminars

Lecturer’s information

Senior Lecturer Lyudmila Muradova
Email address mila.muradova@gmail.com
Office phone
Mobile phone +998909051888
Office Location Tashkent, I. Karimov str., 49

Announcement

Hereby we invite students studying for Master and Bachelor degree to Erasmus Module in European Studies in Business, Economics and Finance. After graduation students will be awarded with Certificates from Erasmus+ and TSUE. For additional info please direct to International Department of TSUE, phone: (0 371) 239-28-19

The Ministry of Higher and Secondary Special Education of the Republic of Uzbekistan and the Department of Management of the Faculty of Corporate Governance of the Tashkent State University of Economics conduct a Republican Scientific-Practical Conference on “The Practice of Implementing Innovation Management Strategies in Uzbekistan” on October 9, 2018. The conference is held in the 2nd building in the session hall of the TSUE.

The main requirements for the articles submitting to the scientific e-journal “Economics and Innovation Technologies” are based on the world valid and acting in Uzbekistan in recent years patterns of the PhD research system. By setting up such a high request the journal is committed to helping its authors gradually adapt to international standards. For additional questions, comments and suggestions link to the editorial e-mail (e-jurnal_tdiu@tsue.uz) or phone (phone: +998 71 239 28 15).

The subject of the scientific article presented by the author (or authors) must comply with any of the directions outlined in the “Sections” heading of the scientific e-journal “Economy and Innovations Technologies”

  1. Essentially, articles are expected to be oriented on empirical investigation, case-study, literature analysis and commentary, theory, practice, methodology, professional scientific review, and other descriptions.
  2. Due to the international standards the following specific points are to be reflected in the article:

– Title

The title of the article is to be as brief and straightforward as possible and reflect the research direction of the paper clearly.

– Author information

Here the author’s surname (with his / her full name), place of work and position, academic degree and title, e-mail address and contact telephone numbers are introduced.

– Abstract

A brief annotation (not more than 8-10 lines) of the articles is submitted in the Uzbek, Russian and English languages. It depicts the research problem and its relevance, the methodology used to clarify the matter, the research results, and a brief description of the author’s scientific and practical contribution to the research problem developed in the full content of the article.

– Key words

Words and phrases summarizing the shortest sense of the article’s content and purpose are considered key words. It is recommended that each keyword be repeated in the basic context 5-10 times for the article to be found in scholar.google.com or google.com search systems easily and on the very first pages.

– Introduction

  The introductory section focuses mainly on the research problem, on its goals and objectives justifying research topic choice and explaining its relevance and scientific significance. (President’s works and lectures are decidedly to be referred to in this section)

– Literature review

An analysis of the literature on the subject is a part of the work where the author illustrates knowledge and comprehension on the  issue investigated. Literature analysis means an assessment of the existing intellectual boundaries and, on this basis, the creation of a certain  map. Attempts at critical literature analysis deepen the knowledge on the subject and stimulate research questions clarifying. Any research on the content is based on previous knowledge in the area. Literature review is provided mainly based on the latest journal articles in the sphere and other sources of information. (subject-related articles can be found at www.scholar.google.com using keywords).

– Research Methodology

The research methodology is one of the most important parts of the research, which is viewed as a map of the research, investigating  path and draw mapping to the result. The research methodology involves identifying the research philosophy and orientation (deduction or induction), research designing  viewed as the general plan of the research problem solution, pointing out the ways of the information access needed for research and research etiquette, research object sampling, making rational decisions on using primary or secondary data sources, clarifying the research strategy (observation, experiment, case-study, questionnaire, ethnographic, archival research, etc.), which draw a clear path that led to the solution. The excellence of the methodology is evident in the reliability and validity of the chosen research path.

– Analysis аnd results

The research analysis section analyzes the data collected through the pre-determined analysis methods (mathematical models, etc.) in the research methodology. Only the results of the analysis are expressed; Discussion of the findings is the next part of the article.

Conclusion/Recommendations

Summary of the research objectives and research findings, general outcomes and the overall process of the research, along with suggestions, research should focus on the future research findings as part of the article conclusions and recommendations.

References

In this section, a list of all the publications used in the research is arranged in series [1], [2] or [3]:

  • Author’s name, book title, publisher’s name, year of publication;
  • Authors name, article title, journal name, edition, year, number, page.
  1. The text should be in the Times New Roman, font is 14 and the spacing should be 1 interval. All paragraphs (right, left, top, and bottom) of the article text page are left at a distance of 2 centimeters. The maximum size of the article should not exceed 16 pages, the minimum size should not be less than 6 pages, and the number of publications should be at least 10-15 sources.
  2. The article should include tables, graphs or pictures. The table names should be written at the top of the table, the graph or picture names in the bottom part and their source must be clear. The presentation of tables, graphs and pictures in the article serves as a source to improve the quality of the article.
  3. Articles can be submitted in Uzbek, Russian or English.
  4. All the letters o‘, g‘, q, h in the Uzbek language must be written clearly in the text of the scientific article. Otherwise, the scientific article will not be reviewed by the editorial staff.
  5. The article will be accepted with the official review of the Doctor of science in the subject area. At the same time, the editors may submit an article in addition to the review and decide on the issue of the article based on the results of this review.
  6. Articles that do not meet the above requirements are not reviewed by the editors.
  7. Claims are not final, editorial staff keep the right to request additional information from the Publisher.

TSUE students who won the 1st place in the Innovative Business Ideas Competition organized within the framework of the Erasmus + MIND (Management-Innovation-Development) program of the European Union participated in the training at the Bratislava Technical University in Slovakia Republic.

 

 

Group of students and project coordinator visited Bratislava Business Agency on September 27-28, within the framework of an international seminar.

 

 

TSUE representatives got acquainted with the conditions created for implementation of business projects of young innovators and entrepreneurs at the Slovak Business Agency.

 

 

 

The agency was established on the basis of the European Union fund and the Slovak government’s international program. Agency was designed to provide the free services to young entrepreneurs, advice of a special expert group and special conditions to support agency projects.

REQUIREMENTS FOR THE ADMISSION OF FIRST YEAR (FOUNDATION YEAR)

Dear Applicants! Tashkent State University of Economics (TSUE) and Krems University of Applied Sciences (Austria) are offering dual degree program.  The admission procedure for 2018 Foundation year is now open!

FOUNDATION YEAR (FIRST YEAR)

Upon successful completion of dual degree program, students receive two bachelor diplomas of Tashkent State University of Economics and *Krems University of Applied Sciences.

Following programs are offered: 

  • BA Export-oriented Management
  • BA Tourism and Leisure Management

THE PROCESS OF SUBMITTING DOCUMENTS FOR ADMISSION

In order to apply for the dual program provided by Tashkent State University of Economics and Krems University of Applied Sciences (Austria) applicants should address to the Admission Commission.

Registration for Foundation Year (First Year) starts from September 25, 2018 and continues till October 10, 2018. Working hours from 9.00 am to 6.00 pm. Venue: 2nd building of TSUE  

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS

  • Official letter to Rector;
  • Passport with 2 photocopies (including permanent registration page of the passport);
  • Diploma and the transcripts with notarized translation into English 
  • IELTS certificate (original, band score 5.5 and above) or TOEFL 75, CEFR B1
  • 6 photos (3.5X4.5 sized); 

ENTRANCE EXAM

All applicants are required to pass the exam on Mathematics organized by Tashkent State University of Economics and the Krems University of Applied Sciences (Austria). Candidates who obtained passing or higher scores in Mathematics Test will be selected based on their IELTS scores in descending order from the highest to the lowest scores (from 9 to 5.5).

Dual degree program lasts 4 years and it consists of Foundation year (1 year) and main courses (3 years).

*under accreditation process

Dear entrants!

The results of the introductory test tests conducted on September 17, 2018 for joint educational programs of the Tashkent State Economic University with the Ural State Economic University of the Russian Federation, you can find out from September 20 through the link of the official website of the Tashkent State Economic University.

http://mr.tsue.uz/

TASHKENT STATE UNIVERSITY OF ECONOMICS ANNOUNCES ADMISSION TO BASE DOCTORATE, DOCTORAL STUDIES AND FOR INDEPENDENT RESEARCHING FOR 2019 ON FOLLOWING SPECIALIZATIONS:

 

Specialization code and its title

1. 08.00.01 – Economy Theory
2. 08.00.02 – Macroeconomics
3. 08.00.03 – Industrial Economics
4. 08.00.05 – Economy of service industries
5. 08.00.06 – Econometrics and statistics
6. 08.00.07 – Finance, money circulation and credit
7. 08.00.08 – Accounting, economic analysis and audit
8. 08.00.09 – World economy
9. 08.00.10 – Demography. Labor Economics
10. 08.00.11 – Marketing
11. 08.00.12 – Regional Economics
12. 08.00.13 – Management
13. 08.00.14 – Information systems and technologies in the economy
14. 08.00.15 – Entrepreneurship and small business economics
15. 09.00.04 – Social philosophy
16. 13.00.12 – Education theory and methodology

 

According to the Resolution of the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Uzbekistan № 304 “On Measures for Further Improvement of Postgraduate Education System” from May 22, 2017, the following documents are required for Base Doctorate, Doctoral Studies and Independent researching:.

 

For Base Doctorate (PhD) applicants:

Application;

a brief biographical note;

a copy of a work-record certified in the prescribed order (for job applicants);

a copy of a master’s degree diploma of higher education, a diploma of higher education (specialty programs);

the list of published scientific works, with their copies attached.

 

For Doctoral Studies (DSc) applicants:

Application;

a brief biographical note;

a copy of a work-record certified in the prescribed order (for employed applicants);

a copy of a diploma of higher education, PhD or equivalent in foreign countries diploma;

list of published scientific works with their copies attached (at least three articles published in scientific journals which  form the basis of the dissertation research for the degree of Doctor of Science and at least two theses included into scientific-practical conferences, seminars and scientific papers collection on relevant scientific fields);

a scientific report on the major subject, the detailed project of  dissertation plan prepared to obtain PhD and Doctor of Science (DSc) degree.

 

For Independent researching to obtain Philosophy degree (PhD) applicants:

Application;

a brief biographical note;

a copy of a diploma of higher education (specialty programs);

a copy of a work-record certified in the prescribed order;

list of published scientific works with their copies attached;

current employer’s reference.

 

For Independent researching to obtain Doctor of Science (DSc) applicants:

Application;

a brief biographical note;

a copy of a diploma of higher education (specialty programs);

a copy of a work-record certified in the prescribed order;

list of published scientific works with their copies attached;

a copy of Doctor of Science (DSc) or Philosophy degree (PhD)  diploma or equivalent in foreign countries diploma of scientific degrees;

current employer’s reference.

 

Deadline of applicants be shortlisted October 15, 2018

For more information, please contact the Department of Scientific Research and Scientific and Pedagogical Training of Tashkent State University of Economics (239-01-43); (address: 100185, 49, Islam Karimov street, Tashkent).

If you’re planning a vacation, odds are Uzbekistan has not been at the top of your list. That could change very soon, though, as the University of South Carolina enters a partnership to nurture the burgeoning tourism industry and service economy in the former Soviet republic.

From Conde Nast Traveler featuring the country as, potentially, one of 2019’s hottest destinations, to international headlines about “the most fascinating country you’ve never been to,” Uzbekistan is gaining momentum towards an economic rebirth centered around customer service. With stunning architecture, history-rich landmarks and vibrant markets, it’s easy to see why tourism trendsetters are eager to explore the Silk Road less traveled.

As part of the country’s initiative to build service economy infrastructure, leaders from two of its capital city universities, Tashkent University of Economics and Tashkent University of Information Technologies, visited UofSC’s College of Hospitality, Retail and Sport Management (HRSM) in Columbia this summer. After meeting with HRSM’s School of Hotel, Restaurant and Tourism Management and retailing department, the institutions developed a memorandum of understanding to establish a new academic and research collaboration. That memorandum has been accepted in principle and awaits final approval from the Board of Trustees.

“This Uzbekistan initiative is an exemplary reflection of how entrepreneurial and dynamic our college is,” HRSM dean Haemoon Oh says. “This partnership embodies our vision of a powerful learning arena where passionate students, teaching excellence, innovative scholarship and industry leaders come together to advance the world’s customer experience industries. We are thrilled to work with our partners at such a level of national economy for a country like this.”

The partnership aims to build cross-cultural learning, global research and workforce development opportunities. Ultimately, it has the potential to help Uzbekistan build its retailing, e-commerce, tourism, food and beverage, sport and entertainment industries while elevating academic and career experiences for students in South Carolina. 

“Our industries have the ability to connect cultures, inspire adventure, strengthen global economies and enrich people’s lives,” says UofSC retailing department chair Mark Rosenbaum. “The post-Soviet states are realizing that the future lies in customer services, and Uzbekistan is a fresh canvas in many aspects.”

Getting there is already much easier than it would have been even five years ago, with more flights from major airports to Tashkent and new visa procedures to make it easier for tourists to visit.

Once there, visitors will find startling beauty and thousands of years of history. Three of the most important stops on the ancient Silk Road from China to Turkey are in Uzbekistan, and many buildings from those days still stand and have been restored. The walled city of Khiva, built in the sixth century, is in many ways unchanged and serves as a sort of living museum, home to 50,000 people.

The momentum has begun to build for Uzbekistan, and UofSC faculty will help it grow, working side by side with native academics, industry experts and government officials. Rosenbaum and School of Hotel, Restaurant and Tourism Management director Drew Martin will visit Uzbekistan later this year for the next step in what could become a partnership that improves the service economy and quality of life for an entire nation.

“Our industries have the ability to connect cultures, inspire adventure, strengthen global economies and enrich people’s lives.”

Mark Rosenbaum, retailing department chair

On April 17-20, 2018, at the IX Eurasian Economic Forum “Asia-Russia-Africa: the Future Economy” at the Ural State Economic University in Yekaterinburg, the third-year student of the Accounting and Auditing Department of Tashkent State Economic University Buranova Jazira Ergash Kizi and the scientific head, doctor of economic sciences, professor Rasul Holbekov.

The opening ceremony took place on April 17. Representatives of the President of the Russian Federation, representatives of the embassy and rector of the Ural State Economic University Silin Yakov Petrovich were present. After the opening ceremony, participants and experts were registered and presented in the forum program. According to the program, participants had the opportunity to participate in master classes of various professors. Then in the Palace of Culture of the Ural State Economic University the solemn evening “Evening of Friendship” was held.

The opening ceremony took place on April 17. Representatives of the President of the Russian Federation, representatives of the embassy and rector of the Ural State Economic University Silin Yakov Petrovich were present. After the opening ceremony, participants and experts were registered and represented in the forum program. According to the program, participants had the opportunity to participate in master classes of various professors. Then in the Palace of Culture of the Ural State Economic University the solemn evening “Evening of Friendship” was held.

The opening ceremony took place on April 17. Representatives of the President of the Russian Federation, representatives of the embassy and rector of the Ural State Economic University Silin Yakov Petrovich were present. After the opening ceremony, participants and experts were registered and represented in the forum program. According to the program, participants had the opportunity to participate in master classes of various professors. Then in the Palace of Culture of the Ural State Economic University the solemn evening “Evening of Friendship” was held.

April 19, the winners were announced, and the “Award Ceremony” was held. Buranova Jazira Ergash Kizi became the laureate of this Olympiad, awarded a first degree diploma and a gold medal. Also, the rector of the TSEU Khodiev Bakhodir Yunusovich was recognized.

These achievements are yet another proof that the youth of Uzbekistan are well-informed, creative and talented.