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Modern issues and possible solutions: a view of the young generation


Regular meeting of International scientific debating club was held at the Faculty of Accounting and Finance by the staff of the Department of economic analysis and audit

The event was opened by the head of the Department, professor Marina G. Lechsheva.

Among the participants of the meeting were Bachelor and Master students of Stavropol State Agrarian University, Admiral Makarov State University of Maritime And Inland Shipping, North Caucasus Federal University, Institution of Caucasus People's Friendship, branch of Moscow Technological University in Stavropol and foreign guests.

Young researchers discussed the issues of agricultural, financial, tourism and ecological development. Foreign participants stated the urgent problems. Suldar Kuryaev from Azerbaijan compared ecological policies is his native country, Turkey and Russia. Alina Voivoda told about corruption control techniques in Greece.

All the participants were presented with certificates. The best researches were “Prospects of import substitution of tourism industry: a case of Stavropol region” by Kristina Babanskaya; «Analysis of environmental investments in nuclear power» (Antonina Lyubenkova, Admiral Makarov State University of Maritime And Inland Shipping); «Corruption in all areas of society and ways of its extirpation » (Anastasia Savina, North Caucasus Federal University); «Role of customs bodies in external economic link regulation of Russian producers» (Veronica Shatalova, branch of Moscow Technological University in Stavropol); «Modern issues of agricultural development in Russia» (Alina Logacheva, SSAU, Faculty of Accounting and Finance); «Application of использования «Vitrina» information service (Yaroslav Sinugin, Institution of Caucasus People's Friendship); «Industry practices of finances in agriculture» (Aleksandra Eremina and Artem Babdzhanov, SSAU, Faculty of Accounting and Finance).

The club participants shared their research experience and expanded horizons of their interest areas.  

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