International Journal of Innovative Technologies in Economy <p style="line-height: 1.6;"><strong>Original and Review articles</strong><br>p-ISSN: 2412-8368<br>e-ISSN: 2414-1305<br>DOI: 10.31435/rsglobal_ijite<br>OCLC Number: 1051267688<br>Publisher - RS Global Sp. z O.O., Poland<br>Subject areas: Economics</p> en-US <p>All articles are published in open-access and licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License (CC BY 4.0). Hence, authors retain copyright to the content of the articles.<br>CC BY 4.0 License allows content to be copied, adapted, displayed, distributed, re-published or otherwise re-used for any purpose including for adaptation and commercial use provided the content is attributed.</p> (RS Global, Editorial office (journals department)) Thu, 30 Sep 2021 00:00:00 +0200 OJS 60 STAKEHOLDER PERCEPTIONS AND MODEL OF ENGAGEMENT FOR SUSTAINABLE TOURISM DEVELOPMENT IN ADJARA AUTONOMOUS REPUBLIC <p>As travel and tourism became one of the sectors most affected by the Covid-19 pandemic, the concept of sustainable tourism development becomes inevitable. In order to achieve sustainable development, special value is assigned to stakeholder engagement at all the stages of the development, from the policy formation to the project implementation. The paper analyses the stakeholder perceptions towards the sustainable tourism development based on the example of Autonomous Republic of Adjara, elaboration of necessary directions for practical realization of their engagement in the decision-making process is concluded. The quantitative data needed for research purposes were collected through a structured questionnaire. Respondents' opinions were established on the current state of tourism in the Autonomous Republic of Adjara and the strategy of subsequent development of the industry. The results show that different groups of stakeholders have different perceptions towards different attitudes, some of which are expressed in critical positions. <br>On the basis of research results, the views of different groups of stakeholders is set out to ensure the further steps in the sustainable development of tourism and the stakeholder engagement model in the planning process is proposed.</p> George Abuselidze, Nino Devadze Copyright (c) 2021 George Abuselidze, Nino Devadze Sat, 24 Jul 2021 00:00:00 +0200 DEMOGRAPHIC AND SOCIO-ECONOMIC DETERMINANTS OF WOMEN EMPLOYMENT IN BANGLADESH <p>The purpose of the present study is to examine the major factors related to the participation of women in the economic activities of Bangladesh, using the data of the nationally representative provided by the Bangladesh Demographic and Health Survey (BDHS) 2017/18. The survey interviewed a total of 20127 women aged 15-49 on social, economic, and demographic factors. The study used women's occupations as the dependent variable to understand the patterns and dynamics of women's participation in economic activities in Bangladesh. The result shows that 49.6% of women didn’t associate with any work, 7.9% of women worked as a professional, technical or managerial specialist, and 42.5% of women worked as non-professional, such as: in agriculture, and domestic-related work. Two policy implications emerged from the study: 1) The economic activity of women in Bangladesh is still low, most of them earn their livelihood utilizing non-professional works; 2) Women who are relatively from poorer families, not very well educated, located in the rural area are largely seen in economic activities in Bangladesh. Finally, the study indicates an idea about important determinants of women's employment, as poor women with little formal education remain economically active. The study recommends that women must be provided with new skills and knowledge to expand their ability and the education of women must be given the highest priority, which is the fundamental problem.</p> Md Enamul Haque, Dhaneswar Chandro Sarkar Copyright (c) 2021 Md Enamul Haque, Dhaneswar Chandro Sarkar Wed, 15 Sep 2021 00:00:00 +0200 DIGITAL GENERATION’S MOTIVATIONAL ADVANTAGES IN CREATIVE ECONOMICS OF DIGITAL ERA <p>To produce a quality media product, professionals who can generate creative ideas and have sufficient skills, abilities, knowledge, intellectual potential and are also able to creatively and effectively implement it into a competitive product, are needed in the age of informatization and digitalization. However, due to transformation processes, including robotization of the media industry, the emergence of artificial intelligence, integration of creative industries with Internet resources, increasing not only of the number of products on the media market, but also their producers, including bloggers, YouTubers, prosumers, the competition to attract the audience’s attention is strengthening in various segments of the media. <br>The digital generation of centenarians Z, who are now 20-25 years old, are becoming leading specialists in production processes at the media company in the era of creative economy, knowledge economy. This means that their intellectual potential must be so high that they can constantly generate new creative ideas and be ready for the constant regeneration of knowledge in order to create a competitive media product in a competitive environment. This study aims to examine digital generation’s preferences, creativity, skills, motivational advantages to determine the resourcefulness of the human factor in the production processes of media companies, in particular to improve communication between employees and create a quality competitive media product that can capitalize manufacturing processes on the basis of a properly chosen competitive strategy.</p> Inna Cheremnykh Copyright (c) 2021 Inna Cheremnykh Wed, 15 Sep 2021 00:00:00 +0200 DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES IN INNOVATIVE AND STRUCTURAL TRANSFORMATION OF UKRAINE'S ECONOMY <p>The article substantiates the role of artificial intelligence in procuring the management of innovation and structural transformation of the economy. The analysis of structural shifts in gross value added in the economy of Ukraine during 2002–2019 is carried out. Solow’s residuals are calculated for the primary, secondary and tertiary sectors. The expediency of managing the innovative and structural transformation of Ukraine's economy on the basis of changes in the level of Solow's residual in that sector and in the period of time determined by big data analysis by artificial intelligence is proved. A VAR model was built in the EViews environment for Solow’s residuals in three sectors of the Ukrainian economy. Based on variance decomposition and IRF, it is established that increasing the share of intermediate consumption by the secondary sector of education, ICT, professional, scientific and technical services will increase Solow's residual in the secondary sector in two years, in the tertiary sector in three years and in the primary sector in four years, which will affect the increase in output in Ukraine during these three years.</p> Sokolova Olga Copyright (c) 2021 Sokolova Olga Fri, 17 Sep 2021 00:00:00 +0200 FACTORS ANALYSIS OF FAILURE IN ONLINE BUSINESS ON BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION STUDENTS <p>The study aims to determine the factors that influenced the failure of online businesses run by Business Administration students from the class of 2017-2018, along with the most dominant element that caused the business to take a knock. The research was done using the descriptive qualitative method. The data collection process was in the form of in-depth observation and interviews with 12 sources who had failed to do business online. The data analysis technique used in this study is the Miles and Huberman model. The result shows that 14 factors caused the failure of online businesses run by Business Administration students from the class of 2017-2018, which are managerial incompetence, the lack of experience and skill, financial problems, business planning, wrong target market, business transition, inability to control stock, uncontrolled growth, location, marketing management, high product cost, poor management, consistency, and time management. The most dominant ones were business planning, managerial incompetence, and lack of experience and skill.</p> Dwi Rahmawati Wardhani, Muhammad Fikry Aransyah, Finnah Fourqoniah Copyright (c) 2021 Dwi Rahmawati Wardhani, Muhammad Fikry Aransyah, Finnah Fourqoniah Sat, 18 Sep 2021 00:00:00 +0200 RESEARCH ON CONFIRMATION AND MEASUREMENT OF CORPORATE ENVIRONMENTAL COSTS-BASED ON GREEN ECONOMY <p>Green economy can effectively solve the issue of environmental damage happened during economic development. Meanwhile, many countries have taken the development of green economy as an economic development mode, in which the protection of ecological and environmental, and the development of economic and social could be simultaneously realized. Since the deteriorating environmental situation has seriously affected the healthy development of human society, the environmental cost management should be incorporated into the enterprise cost management research as soon as possible. This paper mainly studies the theory of natural resources and environmental system in the enterprise cost management theory, discusses the enterprise environmental cost management, confirmation and measurement under low carbon economy, provides new ideas for improving the enterprise environmental cost theory and realizing the sustainable development of economy.</p> Xie Chunyu Copyright (c) 2021 Xie Chunyu Tue, 21 Sep 2021 00:00:00 +0200 THE INFLUENCE OF THE DIGITAL ECONOMY ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE DOMESTIC ECONOMY <p>The article examines the problems and prospects for the development of the digital economy in Ukraine. <br>The current trends of new technological solutions and opportunities are identified, because global informatization intensifies this process. <br>The effective use of digital economy tools, the means of which is to ensure information security and stability in the country, is described.</p> Zahorodnia A. S., Reznik N. P., Neklyudova T. Copyright (c) 2021 Zahorodnia A. S., Reznik N. P., Neklyudova T. Thu, 23 Sep 2021 00:00:00 +0200