Irina Novikova

Irina Novikova

Doctor in Economics, PhD in Economics

Department

The Department of Management, Business Technologies and Sustainable Development

Contact details

 +375 29 123 45 67, 8 (017) 327-62-41

 xenia2012@belstu.by

 Sverdlova St. 13a, 436-4

Research interests: 

globalization of the world economics and the models of its transformation, geoeconomics, macroeconomic patterns of development of the Republic  of  Belarus in modern terms, formation of the cross-net clusters in the innovation sphere.

Teaching​: 

Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, Globalization and Economics Development, Globalization and Economics Policy, Economic Development, Сompetitive Strategy, Strategic Management, Public Private Partnership.

List of publications​: 

  • I.Novikova. Geoeconomics as the "New world network economy"/monograph. Palmarium Academic Publishing, Saarbrucken, Deutchland, 2016. – 73 c. ISBN^978-3-659-72148-9
  • I.Novikova Tthe Innovative cluster as corporate structure and geotechnology in modern    terms // Corporate strategies and technologies:Sb.nauch.statei. Vol. 11. In 3 p. Part of 3. Corporate strategies and technologies. - М.:  Financial University, 2016. P.94-99. (in co-authorship,) ISBN: 978-5-7609-1109-4
  • I.Novikova. The InnovativeCcluster is Basis of Structural Alteration of National Economy of Republic of Belarus// Bankauski vesnik .2015. June.№6 (623)
  • I.Novikova. The Innovative Ccluster is Basis of Structural Alteration of National Economy of Republic of Belarus// Bankauski vesnik .2015. July.№7 (624)
  • I.Novikova.What Way the Republic of Korea`s may be useful for the Republic of Belarus. International Conference on the Occasion of Seol G20 Summit. 2010 (Thursday)
  • I.Novikova. Public-Private Partnership: Fashion or Trend // Economy of Belarus. 2013.1 (34). P 44-48.
  • I.Novikova Globalization., state and market : retrospective view and prospect of co-operation/ monograph/ Minsk, 2009-  218 p. ISBN 978-985-457-894-1
  • I.Novikova. Public Institutions evolution development. // Public Administration. ISSN 1648-4541 2002-2003 №2