06.12.2018 | 
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“NATIONAL MOVEMENT HAS SOCIAL-ECONOMIC GROUNDS”: “MODERN PROBLEMS OF ECONOMICS” 6TH SCIENTIFIC CONFERENCE HAS STARTED
“NATIONAL MOVEMENT HAS SOCIAL-ECONOMIC GROUNDS”: “MODERN PROBLEMS OF ECONOMICS” 6TH SCIENTIFIC CONFERENCE HAS STARTED
The 6th conference entitled “Modern problems of economics” has started at the Faculty of Economics and management of YSU today.

It should be noted that the conference is an annual event and this year it will last for 4 days, 55 young scholars, post-graduates, students of Master’s and Bachelor programs are to make reports.

The Dean of the Faculty of Economics and Management Hayk Sargsyan made a greeting speech. Among those present were the head of the Chair of management and Business Karlen Khachatryan, the head of the Chair of Finances and Accounting Hayk Mnatsakanyan, lecturers and students.

On the first day of the conference the reports were made by the lecturers of the Faculty of Economics and Management Vardush Gyozalyan, Narine Mirzoyan, students of the faculty Ashot Nanyan and Yenok Hakobyan, senior researcher of “Amberd” research center Gayane Tovmasyan.

The first report was made by V. Gyuzalyan who presented the socio-economical grounds for the Armenian national movement of 2018. Significant participation of people was explained more socio-economical grounds rather than political factors. G.Tovmasyan spoke about the touristic competitiveness of Armenia. N. Mirzoyan presented the coefficients of creditability of organizations and the peculiarities of determination of the reported models in Armenia.

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