PhD of Economics
Doctor of Pedagogical Sciences, Professor
Halushchak Iryna – PhD, Associate Professor in department of accounting and auditing.
Born in Ivano-Frankivsk in 1986.
In 2008 graduated from the Precarpathian National University by Vasyl Stefanyk, specialty “Accounting and audit, Professor of Economics,” also received a second degree in Law Institute the Precarpathian National University by Vasyl Stefanyk, specialty “Jurisprudence, professor of law.”
In 2012 defended her thesis for the degree of candidate of economic sciences, specialty 08.00.05 – “the development of productive forces and regional economy.”
Her research interests include regional research, auditing, economic development in mountainous Carpathian region.
1. Halushchak Iryna
STRUCTURE ANALYSIS OF THE REGION AS A SUBJECT ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND FORMATION OF STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES
In the article the main socio-economic functions and objectives of the region, and made analysis of the region as a subject of economic development.
Globalization and internationalization of an impact on economic development and the formation of strategic goals in the region, causing the need for an integrated analysis of diverse, sometimes conflicting essential characteristics and functions of the region as a system, organization, strategic business management with further integration in a complete object.
2. Halushchak I., Savchuk V.
RECORD INCOME FROM OPERATING ACTIVITIES: CURRENT STATUS AND DIRECTIONS OF PERFECTION
In the article the theoretical and practical aspects of income from operations. The basic criteria for the recognition of revenue from sales of finished products. Reveals the current state of the system of income from operations. Outlines the problems in the implementation of income from operations, namely the problem of completeness and timeliness of display revenues in accounting, the issue of liability of accounting and control system of the enterprise, the problem of logistical and organizational support enterprises issue the optimal ratio of automated and a manual accounting -kontrolnyh Works and lack of a unified national information (intersectoral) framework of norms and standards for accounting and control of revenues of the company.
3. Halushchak Iryna
FORMATION OF READINESS FOR PROFESSIONAL FUTURE ECONOMISTS
The article analyzes the formation of the future economist readiness to professional activity, the analysis works on the phenomenon of readiness for professional activities.
4. Halushchak Iryna
FEATURES OF AUDIT OF MAJOR
The article is devoted to consideration of features fixed assets audit entities in the modern world.
The audit of fixed assets is an integral part of the audit of the company. Before audits are primarily tasks to ensure conservation, and management of the target entity property. The audit of fixed assets allows us to establish a real qualitative and quantitative state of fixed assets of the entity of proper accounting, the cost of repairs and improvements, as well as the accuracy of depreciation.
5. Halushchak Iryna
IMPLEMENTATION MECHANISMS OF COMPETITIVENESS CARPATHIAN REGION
The article deals with mechanisms of implementation of the competitiveness of the Carpathian region. For best performance needed improvement or development of new active strategy in the region with the priorities of innovative and high-tech industries, cooperation with foreign countries and other regions of Ukraine.
6. Halushchak I., Novosad Z., Tsizhma Y., Zagorodnyuk A.
LOGISTIC MAP ON THE RING OF MULTISETS AND ITS APPLICATION IN ECONOMIC MODELS
In this paper, we extend complex polynomial dynamics to a set of multisets endowed with some ring operations (the metric ring of multisets associated with supersymmetric polynomials of infinitely many variables). Some new properties of the ring of multisets are established and a homomorphism to a function ring is constructed. Using complex homomorphisms on the ring of multisets, we proposed a method of investigations of polynomial dynamics over this ring by reducing them to a finite number of scalarvalued polynomial dynamics. An estimation of the number of such scalar-valued polynomial dynamics is established. As an important example, we considered an analogue of the logistic map, defined on a subring of multisets consisting of positive numbers in the interval. Some possible application to study the natural market development process in a competitive environment is proposed. In particular, it is shown that using the multiset approach, we can have a model that takes into account credit debt and reinvestments. Some numerical examples of logistic maps for different growth rate multiset [r] are considered. Note that the growth rate may contain both “positive” and “negative” components and the examples demonstrate the influences of these components on the dynamics
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