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Bachelor of Accounting and Audit


The Bachelor in Accounting and Audit (BACTA) program equips students with a thorough knowledge of the following topics:

  • the basic principles of financial accounting in making effective management decisions for organizations;
  • the fundamental concepts of cost and management accounting and their use by managers for decision making and control;
  • the theoretical and technical aspects of financial reporting and auditing in organizations including audit of financial statements and audit of internal control over financial reporting;
  • the tax structure and policies for corporate organizations and individuals and legal and regulatory environment within which accounting is performed.

At successful completion of the BACTA program, graduates will be able to:

  • describe and apply concepts from the accounting cycle including recording transactions and preparing financial statements for proprietorship, partnership and corporations;
  • report and explain income and retained earnings and earnings per share;
  • analyze and report cost accounting including financial and non-financial information;
  • apply management accounting principles to analyzing resource allocation and performance measurement of organizations;
  • describe and apply technical and theoretical aspects in financial reporting and auditing;
  • determine the nature and amount of evidence of internal control over financial reporting;
  • prepare tax returns for individuals and corporate firms in compliance with the requirements of tax authorities;
  • describe and apply the concepts and theories of ethics as they apply to the field of Accounting.

Program Specialization Requirements (32 credits)

Program Required Specialization Courses (20 credits)

Course Code Course

Title

Credit

Hours

ACC3200 Ethics in Accounting 2
ACC3101 Financial Accounting II 3
ACC3201 Intermediate Financial Accounting I 3
ACC3202 Intermediate Financial Accounting II 3
ACC3110 Management Accounting II 3
ACC4203 Auditing 3
ACC3210 Taxation in Kazakhstan 3
TOTAL 20

Program Elective Specialization Courses (12 credits)

Course Code Course

Title

Credit

Hours

ACC3204 International Financial Reporting Standards 3
ACC3205 Principles of Taxation 3
ACC3212 Accounting Information Systems 3
ACC3299 Selected Topics in Accounting 3
ACC4201 Advanced Financial Accounting 3
ACC4205 Cost Accounting 3
ACC4208 Advanced Financial Statement Analysis 3
ACC4209 Principles of Fraud Examination 3
ACC4210 International Accounting 3
ACC4211 Cases in Accounting 3
ACC4216 Professional Auditing 3
ACC4220 Tax Planning 3
ACC4240 Taxation of Multinational Enterprises 3
ACC4210 International Accounting 3
TOTAL (Any) 12

BACTA students can choose optional specializations such as:

Professional Accounting Specialization (32 credits)

Course Code Course

Title

Credit

Hours

——- All 7 Program Required Specialization Courses 20
ACC3204 International Financial Reporting Standards 3
ACC3212 Accounting Information Systems 3
ACC4201 Advanced Financial Accounting 3
ACC3299

ACC4211

ACC4208

ACC4205

Selected Topics in Accounting or

Cases in Accounting or

Advanced Financial Statement Analysis or

Cost Accounting

3
TOTAL 32

Auditing Specialization (32 credits)

Course Code Course

Title

Credit

Hours

——- All 7 Program Required Specialization Courses 20
ACC3212 Accounting Information Systems 3
ACC4209 Principles of Fraud Examination 3
ACC4216 Professional Auditing 3
ACC3204/

ACC4201/

ACC4211/

ACC4210

International Financial Reporting Standards or

Advanced Financial Accounting or

Cases in Accounting or

International Accounting

3
TOTAL 32

Taxation Specialization (32 credits)

Course Code Course

Title

Credit

Hours

——- All 7 Program Required Specialization Courses 20
ACC3205 Principles in Kazakhstan 3
ACC4240 Taxation of Multinational Enterprises 3
ACC4220 Tax Planning 3
ACC3212/

ACC4209/

ACC4211/

ACC4210

Accounting Information Systems or

Principles of Fraud Examination or

Cases in Accounting or

International Accounting

3
TOTAL 32

Note: If BACTA students choose minor in Taxation, they should take another Accounting course from Program Elective Specialization Courses

Minors and Requirements under Specialized Bachelors Programs

A student can not choose a minor in the same area as the degree program or in the same area of specialization. A particular course cannot be counted towards both a specialization and a minor.

Minors Requirements
CourseCode CourseTitle Credits
Accounting(any 3 courses) ACC3101 Financial Accounting II 3
ACC3201 Intermediate Financial Accounting I 3
ACC3202 Intermediate Financial Accounting II 3
ACC3212 Accounting Information Systems 3
Finance(all 3 courses) FIN3210 Corporate Finance 3
FIN3220 Investments 3
FIN3230 Financial Institutions Management 3
Management(any 3 courses) MGT3206 Leadership and Motivation 3
MGT3208 Innovation Management 3
MGT3210 International Business 3
MGT3212 Organizational Behavior 3
Marketing(any 3 courses) MKT3201 Consumer Behavior 3
MKT3202 Marketing Communications 3
MKT3214 Brand Management 3
MKT3150 Strategic Marketing 3
MKT4203 Marketing Research 3
Leadership(all 3 courses) LDP3201 Leadership: Principles and Best Practices 3
LDP4201 Leadership: Making Principles Work 3
LDP4202 Leadership in Action 3
Human Resource Management(all 3 courses) MGT3204 Human Resource Management 3
MGT4208 Training and Development 3
MGT4210 Compensation and Performance Management 3
Tourism and Hospitality Management(all 3 courses) MKT3220 Tourism Marketing 3
MKT3221 Tourism Practices and Principles 3
MGT3215 Hospitality Management 3
Taxation(all 3 courses) ACC3205 Principles of Taxation 3
ACC3210 Taxation in Kazakhstan 3
ACC4240 Taxation of Multinational Enterprises 3
Operations Management(any 3 courses) OPM3205 Logistics and Supply Chain Management 3
OPM3207 Total Quality Management 3
OPM3215 Business Time Series Forecasting 3
OPM4201 Purchasing & Materials Management 3
OPM4202 Transportation and Distribution Management 3
Information Systems(any 3 courses) IFS3202 Database Management Systems in Business 3
IFS3208 Data Communication and Networking 3
IFS3211 Information Systems Security 3
IFS4202 Management of E-business Systems 3
Computer Applications(all 3 courses) CIT2731 Business Graphics 3
CIT2733 Survey Research with SPSS 3
CIT3734 Web Design 3

MERIT CERTIFICATES

In order to be eligible for the merit certificates under Specialized Bachelors programs, a student must:

  1. Take a set of three courses, offered by the BCB undergraduate programs, in a respective area.
  2. Meet exit criteria of a minimum overall GPA 4.00 in all courses required for a respective certificate.

III. All pre-requisites must be met (waive of pre-requisites, concurrent registration, CSS courses as equivalence of BCB courses are NOT allowed).

Merit Certificate in Auditing

Merit Certificate in Auditing requiresall three courses from the list below (9 credits)
ACC4203 Auditing
ACC4209 Fraud Examination
ACC4216 Professional Auditing

Merit Certificate in Taxation

Merit Certificate in Taxation requiresall three courses from the list below (9 credits)
ACC3205 Principles of Taxation
ACC3210 Taxation in Kazakhstan
ACC4240 Taxation of Multinational Enterprises

Merit Certificate in Risk Management

Merit certificate in Risk Management requires all three courses from the list below (9 credits)
FIN3230 Financial Institutions Management
FIN4224 Introduction to Financial Derivatives
FIN4232 Risk Management

Merit Certificate in Brand Management

Merit certificate in Brand Management requires all three courses from the list below (9 credits)
MKT3202 Marketing Communications
MKT3201 Consumer Behavior
MKT3214 Brand Management

Merit Certificate in Tourism and Hospitality

Merit certificate in Tourism and Hospitality requires all three courses from the list below (9 credits)
MKT3221 Tourism Practices and Principles
MGT3215 Hospitality Management
MKT3220/ or MKT3222 Tourism Marketing/ or Cross-Cultural Marketing

Merit Certificate in Logistics

Merit certificate in Logistics requires all three courses from the list below (9 credits)
OPM3205 Logistics and Supply Chain Management
OPM4201 Purchasing and Material Management
OPM4202 Transportation and Distribution Management

Program Specialization Requirements (32 credits)
Program Required Specialization Courses (20 credits)

Course Code Course

Title

Credit

Hours

ACC3200 Ethics in Accounting 2
ACC3101 Financial Accounting II 3
ACC3201 Intermediate Financial Accounting I 3
ACC3202 Intermediate Financial Accounting II 3
ACC3110 Management Accounting II 3
ACC4203 Auditing 3
ACC3210 Taxation in Kazakhstan 3
TOTAL 20

Program Elective Specialization Courses (12 credits)

Course Code Course

Title

Credit

Hours

ACC3204 International Financial Reporting Standards 3
ACC3205 Principles of Taxation 3
ACC3212 Accounting Information Systems 3
ACC3299 Selected Topics in Accounting 3
ACC4201 Advanced Financial Accounting 3
ACC4205 Cost Accounting 3
ACC4208 Advanced Financial Statement Analysis 3
ACC4209 Principles of Fraud Examination 3
ACC4210 International Accounting 3
ACC4211 Cases in Accounting 3
ACC4216 Professional Auditing 3
ACC4220 Tax Planning 3
ACC4240 Taxation of Multinational Enterprises 3
ACC4210 International Accounting 3
TOTAL (Any) 12

BACTA students can choose optional specializations such as:

Professional Accounting Specialization (32 credits)

Course Code Course

Title

Credit

Hours

——- All 7 Program Required Specialization Courses 20
ACC3204 International Financial Reporting Standards 3
ACC3212 Accounting Information Systems 3
ACC4201 Advanced Financial Accounting 3
ACC3299

ACC4211

ACC4208

ACC4205

Selected Topics in Accounting or

Cases in Accounting or

Advanced Financial Statement Analysis or

Cost Accounting

3
TOTAL 32

Auditing Specialization (32 credits)

Course Code Course

Title

Credit

Hours

——- All 7 Program Required Specialization Courses 20
ACC3212 Accounting Information Systems 3
ACC4209 Principles of Fraud Examination 3
ACC4216 Professional Auditing 3
ACC3204/

ACC4201/

ACC4211/

ACC4210

International Financial Reporting Standards or

Advanced Financial Accounting or

Cases in Accounting or

International Accounting

3
TOTAL 32

Taxation Specialization (32 credits)

Course Code Course

Title

Credit

Hours

——- All 7 Program Required Specialization Courses 20
ACC3205 Principles in Kazakhstan 3
ACC4240 Taxation of Multinational Enterprises 3
ACC4220 Tax Planning 3
ACC3212/

ACC4209/

ACC4211/

ACC4210

Accounting Information Systems or

Principles of Fraud Examination or

Cases in Accounting or

International Accounting

3
TOTAL 32

Note: If BACTA students choose minor in Taxation, they should take another Accounting course from Program Elective Specialization Courses

Minors and Requirements under Specialized Bachelors Programs

A student can not choose a minor in the same area as the degree program or in the same area of specialization. A particular course cannot be counted towards both a specialization and a minor.

Minors Requirements
CourseCode CourseTitle Credits
Accounting(any 3 courses) ACC3101 Financial Accounting II 3
ACC3201 Intermediate Financial Accounting I 3
ACC3202 Intermediate Financial Accounting II 3
ACC3212 Accounting Information Systems 3
Finance(all 3 courses) FIN3210 Corporate Finance 3
FIN3220 Investments 3
FIN3230 Financial Institutions Management 3
Management(any 3 courses) MGT3206 Leadership and Motivation 3
MGT3208 Innovation Management 3
MGT3210 International Business 3
MGT3212 Organizational Behavior 3
Marketing(any 3 courses) MKT3201 Consumer Behavior 3
MKT3202 Marketing Communications 3
MKT3214 Brand Management 3
MKT3150 Strategic Marketing 3
MKT4203 Marketing Research 3
Leadership(all 3 courses) LDP3201 Leadership: Principles and Best Practices 3
LDP4201 Leadership: Making Principles Work 3
LDP4202 Leadership in Action 3
Human Resource Management(all 3 courses) MGT3204 Human Resource Management 3
MGT4208 Training and Development 3
MGT4210 Compensation and Performance Management 3
Tourism and Hospitality Management(all 3 courses) MKT3220 Tourism Marketing 3
MKT3221 Tourism Practices and Principles 3
MGT3215 Hospitality Management 3
Taxation(all 3 courses) ACC3205 Principles of Taxation 3
ACC3210 Taxation in Kazakhstan 3
ACC4240 Taxation of Multinational Enterprises 3
Operations Management(any 3 courses) OPM3205 Logistics and Supply Chain Management 3
OPM3207 Total Quality Management 3
OPM3215 Business Time Series Forecasting 3
OPM4201 Purchasing & Materials Management 3
OPM4202 Transportation and Distribution Management 3
Information Systems(any 3 courses) IFS3202 Database Management Systems in Business 3
IFS3208 Data Communication and Networking 3
IFS3211 Information Systems Security 3
IFS4202 Management of E-business Systems 3
Computer Applications(all 3 courses) CIT2731 Business Graphics 3
CIT2733 Survey Research with SPSS 3
CIT3734 Web Design 3

MERIT CERTIFICATES

In order to be eligible for the merit certificates under Specialized Bachelors programs, a student must:

  1. Take a set of three courses, offered by the BCB undergraduate programs, in a respective area.
  2. Meet exit criteria of a minimum overall GPA 4.00 in all courses required for a respective certificate.

III. All pre-requisites must be met (waive of pre-requisites, concurrent registration, CSS courses as equivalence of BCB courses are NOT allowed).

Merit Certificate in Auditing

Merit Certificate in Auditing requiresall three courses from the list below (9 credits)
ACC4203 Auditing
ACC4209 Fraud Examination
ACC4216 Professional Auditing

Merit Certificate in Taxation

Merit Certificate in Taxation requiresall three courses from the list below (9 credits)
ACC3205 Principles of Taxation
ACC3210 Taxation in Kazakhstan
ACC4240 Taxation of Multinational Enterprises

Merit Certificate in Risk Management

Merit certificate in Risk Management requires all three courses from the list below (9 credits)
FIN3230 Financial Institutions Management
FIN4224 Introduction to Financial Derivatives
FIN4232 Risk Management

Merit Certificate in Brand Management

Merit certificate in Brand Management requires all three courses from the list below (9 credits)
MKT3202 Marketing Communications
MKT3201 Consumer Behavior
MKT3214 Brand Management

Merit Certificate in Tourism and Hospitality

Merit certificate in Tourism and Hospitality requires all three courses from the list below (9 credits)
MKT3221 Tourism Practices and Principles
MGT3215 Hospitality Management
MKT3220/ or MKT3222 Tourism Marketing/ or Cross-Cultural Marketing

Merit Certificate in Logistics

Merit certificate in Logistics requires all three courses from the list below (9 credits)
OPM3205 Logistics and Supply Chain Management
OPM4201 Purchasing and Material Management
OPM4202 Transportation and Distribution Management

ACC2102 Financial Accounting I (3 Credits)
Prerequisites: None

This course introduces financial accounting and addresses such topics as; accounting principles and concepts, the accounting cycle including recording transactions; preparing financial statements, adjusting and closing accounts for proprietorships, partnerships, and corporations. It also addresses; accounting for merchandising, cash; temporary investments and receivables; inventories and cost of goods sold; plant and equipment, natural resources, and intangible assets.

Syllabi ACC2102 Financial Accounting I

ACC3101 Financial Accounting II (3 Credits)

Prerequisites: ACC2102 (or ACC2101 or AC1201)

This course continues the introduction of financial accounting and addresses the following topics; organization and operations of corporations; corporate transactions; reporting income and retained earnings; earnings per share; bonds as liabilities and investments; the cash flow statement, equity investments and international operations.

Syllabi ACC3101 Financial Accounting II

ACC2201 Management Accounting I (3 Credits)

Prerequisites: ACC2102 (or ACC2101 or AC1201)

Previous Title: Managerial Accounting

This course introduces basic concepts in cost and management accounting. The course introduces the student to internal uses of the financial data.Topics that may be covered include Systems Design (Job Order & Process Costing), Cost Behavior, Break-Even Analysis, Variable Costing, Activity-Based Costing, Profit Planning, Standard Costs, Budgeting, and Segment Reporting.Other topics may be included as time permits.

Syllabi ACC2201 Management Accounting I

ACC3110 Management Accounting I(3 Credits)

Prerequisites: ACC2201

Not available to students with credit for AC3203

Previous Title:Cost Accounting I

This course builds on the basic cost and management concepts to focus more intensively on their use by managers in organizations. This course introduces students to the basic concepts in cost accounting and teaches the student how to measure, analyze, and report financial and nonfinancial information.Topics that may be covered include CVP Analysis, Job Costing, Activity Based Costing, Budgeting, Determining how Costs Behave, Decision Making with Relevant Information, and Pricing Decisions.

Syllabi ACC3110 Management Accounting II

ACC3200 Ethics in Accounting(2 Credits)

Prerequisites: ACC2201

The course is designed for students’ understanding of the meaning of ethics; various aspects of moral reasoning and how moral reasoning is used for ethical decision-making; and learning the tools and techniques for analyzing ethical situations and using these tools to make ethical decisions. Specific topics include identification of the stakeholders, development ofcorporate codes of conduct, impact of business ethics and corporate codes on corporate governance, the importance of ethics in management accounting, internal auditing and not-for-profit accounting and legal liability issues that accountants face.

ACC3201 Intermediate Financial Accounting I (3 Credits)

Prerequisites: ACC3101 (or ACC2101)

This course begins in depth analyses of accounting issues introduced in Financial Accounting. It addresses some of the following topics; the accounting process, financial accounting and reporting, the income statement and statement of retained earnings, the balance sheet and statement of cash flows, revenue recognition and income determination, cash and receivables, inventory valuation and departures from historical cost and estimating inventory cost.

Syllabi ACC3201 Intermediate Financial Accounting I

 

ACC3202 Intermediate Financial Accounting II (3 Credits)

Prerequisites: ACC3201

This course continues the in depth analysis and development of issues in financial accounting. Among the topics addressed are accounting for capital assets, intangible assets and natural resources; investments; current liabilities and contingencies; bonds (investments and payables) and long term notes payable, leases; accounting for income taxes; shareholders’ equity including contributed capital, retained earnings and dividends; and earnings per share.

Syllabi ACC3202 Intermediate Financial Accounting II

 

ACC3204 International Financial Reporting Standards (3 Credits)

Prerequisites: ACC3202

Reporting practices vary significantly throughout the world. Kazakhstan now requires that International Financial Reporting Standards be used in accounting for business transactions. This course bridges the gaps between the Chart of Accounts, GAAP methods and the methods used in International Financial Reporting Standards. Upon completion, the students will be prepared to conduct business in Kazakhstan using past records and current methods.

 

Syllabi ACC3204 International Financial Reporting Standards

 

ACC3205 Principles of Taxation (3 Credits)

Prerequisites: ACC2102 (or ACC2101)

This course provides a survey of tax concepts, structure and policy. Among the topics addressed are; types of taxes and the jurisdictions that use them, tax policy and the standards for a good tax, taxes as transaction costs, income tax planning, taxable income from business operations, property acquisitions, dispositions and cost recovery deductions.

Syllabi ACC3205 Principles of Taxation

 

ACC3210 Taxation in Kazakhstan (3 Credits)

Prerequisites: ACC2102 (or ACC2101)

This course is a survey of the tax structure including concepts and policies, which shape the law. Emphasis will be on general concepts applicable to all taxpayers and on taxation of individuals. It also covers the taxation of property transactions, accounting periods and methods, corporate formulation and income taxation, and the taxation of partnerships and corporations.

Syllabi ACC3210 Taxation in Kazakhstan

 

ACC3212 Accounting Information Systems (3 Credits)

Prerequisites: ACC 3101 (or ACC2101 or AC1202) and GEN2301 (or IS2201 or CIT1712 or GEN1300)

Not available to students with credit for IFS3212

This course addresses issues of computer based accounting. The course will focus on teaching skills needed to use modern accounting software for effective decision support. Students, through extensive hands-on experience with such software, will acquire the skills necessary to manipulate data efficiently and accurately, to produce useful information. Eventually, the students are expected to develop practical skills to handle common business-related situations. The course includes discussions on the accounting software principles, and concentrates on effective techniques of using software in the business world.

Syllabi ACC3212 Accounting Information Systems

 

ACC3299 Selected Topics in Accounting (3 Credits)

Prerequisites: ACC3202

The course examines particular issues in accounting. Topics vary according to the interests of the students and instructors.

 

ACC4201 Advanced Financial Accounting (3 Credits)

Prerequisites: ACC3202

This course builds on the intermediate accounting courses to develop the professional judgment, as well as the more technical skills, needed by students for careers in accounting, auditing or finance. Among the topics addressed are: pooling of interests, consolidated financial statements, inter-corporate investments, factors affecting ownership interests, segmented and interim reporting, accounting for international activities, foreign currency transactions, translating foreign operations, and reporting foreign operations.

Syllabi ACC4201 Advanced Financial Accounting

 

ACC4203 Auditing(3 Credits)

Prerequisites: ACC3101

The primary emphasis of this course is on the auditor’s decision-making process in both, an audit of financial statements, and an audit of internal control over financial reporting. The course teaches the fundamental concepts and techniques including; determination of the nature and amount of evidence needed by the auditor given the unique circumstances of each engagement, the demands imposed by the need to comply with the U.S. Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 and the internal-control related Section 404, technology, e-commerce, and fraud.

Syllabi ACC4203 Auditing

ACC4205 Cost Accounting (3 Credits)

Prerequisites: ACC2201

Cost accounting measures, analyzes and reports financial and non-financial information relating to the costs of acquiring or using resources in an organization. Cost management refers to the approaches and activities performed by managers to use resources to increase value to customers and to achieve organizational goals. Topics covered in this course will include master budget and responsibility accounting, flexible budgets, direct and overhead cost variance and management control, inventory costing and capacity analysis, pricing decisions and cost management, management control systems, transfer pricing, and performance measurement, compensation and multinational considerations.

Syllabi ACC4205 Cost Accounting

ACC4209 Principles of Fraud Examination (3 Credits)

Prerequisites: ACC3101

The course is intended to provide fundamental and practical knowledge for all students to learn about the global threat of fraud and to prepare for careers in the anti-fraud profession. The students will be able to identify and assess appropriate fraud risk factors by increasing the body of anti-fraud knowledge in the current audit environment, in which the identification of the fraud risk factors by auditors is required by law or standards and emphasized.The knowledge gained from this course, which regular auditing course do not fully cover due to limited time frame, should be instrumental for the detection and deterrence of fraud in any types of audits.

ACC4210 International Accounting (3 Credits)

Prerequisites: ACC3202

The aim of the course is to provide the students with a basic understanding of why accounting practices differ in different countries. In addition, it aims to get the students acquainted with the various aspects of harmonization for diverse accounting procedures of different countries in order to make the students understand how companies operating internationally cope with the accounting differences in countries across which they operate.Topics covered will include role of IA in international business, comparative international FSA, transparency and disclosure, segment reporting, foreign currency transactions and translation, accounting for price-level changes, corporate governance and control of global operations, budgeting and performance evaluation.

ACC4211 Cases in Accounting (3 Credits)

Prerequisites: ACC3202 and 90 credits completed

This course provides students the opportunity to apply their knowledge and skills to address a series of real life issues that have arisen in organizations. The variety of cases, in terms of issues addressed and different organizational settings, provides the opportunity to accelerate learning in a manner not possible in real-life. Moreover, learning can occur without the adverse consequences of real-life mistakes. Students can expect to develop and apply not only their critical, analytical and decision-making skills but also those of written and oral communication.

Syllabi ACC4211 Cases in Accounting

 

ACC4216 Professional Auditing (3 Credits)

Prerequisites: ACC4203

This course extends and upgrades the knowledge obtained in Auditing AC4203 to a professional level, preparing students for entry positions in the international Accounting Firms. The course is designed to enhance students’ knowledge of auditing procedures, auditing standards and other standards related to attest engagements and the skills needed to apply that knowledge to auditing and other attest engagements.

ACC4220 Tax Planning(3 Credits)

Prerequisites: ACC3210

Tax planning is an advanced taxation course designed to provide in-depth knowledge of direct tax laws and their impact on decision making. The course encompasses major components of international taxation such as the concept of permanent establishment and the arm’s length principle, which are used for international tax planning schemes. Also it discusses the difference between legitimate tax planning, tax avoidance and tax evasion as well as some tax planning techniques for multinational enterprises. The course provides both theoretical and practical approaches. Moreover with the purpose to illustrate the key concepts learnt case studies and juridical decisions would be used. The course is aimed to prepare the students who are interested in becoming tax practitioners or tax advisers in their future careers.

ACC4240 Taxation of Multinational Enterprises (3 Credits)

Prerequisites: ACC3205 or ACC3210

This course will address advanced areas of taxation, with a particular focus on the interpretation and application of tax legislation in the international and comparative perspective. The class will review different areas of relevance to the taxation of multinational enterprises, providing theoretical and practical guidance on how to navigate the complex rules of different jurisdictions while managing tax opportunities and challenges. It will also review the tax attributes of financial statements.

ACC4250 Credit Internship Program (6 Credits)

Prerequisites: 90 credits completed

An internship is working for a company and learning on-the-job. It is an opportunity to put into practice the Accounting and Audit knowledge learned from classroom coursework.

ACC4275 Thesis (2 Credits)

Prerequisites: 105 credits completed

A thesis is a research work on a topic that is in the area of Accounting and Audit. Students will be supervised by faculty members in the process. Further details on thesis requirements are provided under the KIMEP University regulations on this matter.

ACC4277 State Examination (1 Credit)

Prerequisites: As per MES regulation

Students are required to take the state examination. Further details on this requirement are provided under the KIMEP University regulations on this matter.

Scholarship opportunities

There are many opportunities for merit-based scholarships for Kazakhstani and international students.
While studying at KIMEP University, students may also apply for part-time positions available on the University campus.
Contact the Office of Financial Aid, if you would like to apply for scholarship.

Tuition & Fees

Ho Young Lee (3)

Jay Hoyoung Lee, Ph.D. in Business Administration

Dean of the Bang College of Business
Associate Professor of Marketing, Department of Management and Marketing/Bang College of Business

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Research and Publications:

A Study on Customer Churn Prediction Model for Customer Relationship Management by Life Insurers, Journal of Korean Insurance Academic Society, 2006


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Dewan Md Zahurul Islam

Dr. Dewan  Md Zahurul Islam FCILT is the Associate Dean…

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Dr. Dewan  Md Zahurul Islam FCILT is the Associate Dean for Graduate Programs at Bang College of Business, KIMEP University. Previously he worked as a Senior Researcher cum lecturer in Operations, Logistics and Supply Chain Management field at University of Newcastle upon Tyne (a Russel Group University), UK for 12 years and 8 months. He achieved PhD from Plymouth University, UK in April 2005 in Operations, Logistics and Supply Chain Management. I was graduated with a BSc in Mechanical Engineering (distinction), followed by an MSc in Port Management. I achieved a Postgraduate Certificate Course (one yearlong study) in Economics from Dhaka University.

Since October 2010, he is the Fellow, the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT), UK. In addition, he is the Fellow of UK Higher Education Academy since 14 June 2018. He is the member of Editorial Board of the European Transport Research Review journal. Guest Editor, Special Issue – The Future of Rail Freight Transport and Logistics, European Transport Research Review (ETRR) Journal, 2015. I was the Executive Board Member of the completed project (October 2013 to September 2017) CAPACITY4RAIL funded by the European Commission under FP7. I was the Principal Investigator (PI) for number of projects including Shift2Rail ‘Cross-Cutting Activities – Long-term needs and socio-economic research’ and ‘Cross-Cutting Activities – Human Capital’ projects funded under Horizon 2020.

He authored and co-authored many peer-reviewed, high impact, journal and conference papers, some are noted here, and book chapters and many public and confidential reports and deliverables. Currently his Google Scholar High Index stands at 11, I-10 index at 12 and Scopus High Index at 7. He has experience of working in developed and developing countries with colleagues coming from different background and ethnicity from all over the world.


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Soohyun Jeon, PhD

Senior lecture of Information Systems in Business

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Name Soohyun Jeon
Position Senior lecture of Information Systems in Business
Contact detail isshjeon@gmail.com
Education background Ph.D. in Management Information System, Korea University, South Korea

M.S. in Information System, Yonsei University, Graduate School of Information Systems, South Korea

B.B.A. in Business Administration, Yonsei University, South Korea

Overview I am a Senior Lecture of Information Systems in Bang College of Business, KIMEP University. I received Ph.D. in Business administrator from Korea University. My primary research interest is cybersecurity/information security, gamification, digital business, online community, design science in Information System area. My currently research focuses on bring knowledge from different field to gain novel theoretical insights on improving the security behavior, which is derived from IT artifact.
Research Interests ·          Cybersecurity/Information Security: Information security policy compliance behavior, Hacker Behavior, Risk assessment

·          Business analytics: Quantitative method for decision making in business area.

·          Digital business: Platform business, Sharing Economy, marketing strategy, IT business model

·          IT issue and Trend: Analyzing the emerging IT issue (e.g., Block Chain, Bit coin)

·          Online community: Exploring online community member behavior

·          Gamification: Identifying and examine method for enriching organization behavior

·          Design science: Developing new tools for enriching system user behavior

Selected Publications Articles

 

·          Jeon, S.H., Hovav., A., Han., J.Y. and Alter., S. “Rethinking the prevailing security paradigm: Can user empowerment with traceability reduce the rate of security policy circumvention?” – The data base for Advances in Information Systems (Forthcoming)

 

International Conference Papers (Refereed Proceedings)

 

·          Jeon, S.H. and Hovav., A. (2018) “A novel method to enhance ISSP compliant: An approach drawing upon the concept of empowerment in ERM system workflow”, The 51th Hawaii International Conference on Systems Sciences, Big Island of Hawaii, USA, January, 2018

·          Jeon, S.H., Han., J.Y. and Hovav., A. (2017) “Do not push your employees and give them freedom: intrinsic motivation through a case of enterprise digital rights management system”, International Conference on Information System(ICIS) SIGSEC WISP, Seoul, Korea, December, 2017

·          Jeon, S.H., Lee., H. W. and Hovav., A. (2016) “Psychological Empowerment, Job Position and Awareness of Audit influence on Information Security Policy Compliance Intention.”, The 20th Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems, Taiwan, July, 2016

·          Jeon, S.H. and Hovav., A. (2014) “Empowerment or Control: Reconsidering Employee Security Policy Compliance in Terms of Authorization.”, The 48th Hawaii International Conference on Systems Sciences, Kaui of Hawaii, USA, January, 2014

Teaching Courses Taught (As of 2013)

·         Management Information System

·         Digital Business

·         Business Software Practice

·         Business Database Management

Grants ·          2018 PhD Student Conference Travel Funding Grant, Value: $2,000

·          2017 The IBRE Distinguished Research Award, Korea University, Value: $500

·          2015 PhD Student Conference Travel Funding Grant, Value: $2,000

 


Sang Hoon Lee, (2)

Sang Hoon Lee, Ph. D. in Financial Economics

Professor of Finance

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Name Sang Hoon Lee
Position Professor of Finance
Email address shlee@kimep.kz
Education background PhD. University of New Orleans, USA

MBA University of New Orleans, USA

BA, Yon Sei University, South Korea

Overview Dr. Lee’s main research interests include Valuation, Financial Market Development, and Pro-cyclicality of Financial Market among others. He previously worked for a consulting firm advising corporate clients and financial regulators on regulatory conformity, international funding, and investor dispute resolution. Prior to working in a consulting firm, Dr. Lee served as a Managing Director at the Korea Securities Dealers Association (KSDA). In this capacity he supervised KSDA’s International Affairs, Bond Market, and OTC Administration divisions. He played a leading role in implementing the Mark-to-Market System for Korea’s OTC Bond Market. He also held positions on various public services committees including: Dispute Resolution Committee, Financial Supervisory Service Futures and Options Market Development Committee, Korea Stock Exchange Stock Market Index Operation Committee, Korea Stock Exchange Advisory Committee for Financial Services Trade, Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Before joining KSDA, Dr. Lee served as a Senior Research Fellow at the Korea Securities Research Institute. In this position, he assisted Korea’s Ministry of Finance and Economy on its OECD Membership application, and regularly participated as a Korean delegate in OECD’s CMF and CMIT meetings as well as the Multilateral Agreement on Investments (MAI) negotiations. Previously, he served as an Assistant Professor of Finance at Nicholls State University in Thibodaux, Louisiana and an Assistant Professor of Economics, Southeastern Louisiana University, Houma, Louisiana.
Research Interests ·          Valuation

·          Financial Market Development

·          Pro-cyclicality of Financial Market

Selected Publications “Does Mutual Causality between Direct and Indirect Finance and Economic Growth Exist in Russian Federation?,” with M. Katenova, Anais da Academia Brasileira, Vol. 89, No. 3, 2017

“Financial Literacy and Retirement Planning in Kazakhstan,” with A. Kuttyzholova, Journal of Insurance and Financial Management, Vol. 1, No. 2, April 2016

“Does Bank Lending Rate Propagate Economic Cycles in Developing Countries with High Foreign Debts?” with M. Mujibul Haque, International Journal of Business and Public Administration, Vol. 12, No. 1, Summer 2015

“The Loan-Bond Spread as a Predictor of Real Economic Activity: Evidences from 20 European Countries,” with M. Mujibul Haque, Journal of International Business and Economics, Vol. 12, No. 4, October 2012

“The Role of Term Spread on Real Economic Activity: A Comparative Analysis for Kazakhstan and Russia,” with M. Mujibul Haque, Journal of International Finance Studies, Vol. 11, No. 3, October 2011

“Portfolio Diversification Effect in the Capital Market of Kazakhstan: Empirical Study based on KASE Index,” with Nurlan Orazalin, Journal of International Finance Studies, Vol. 11, No. 1, June 2011

“The Asymmetric Cyclical Effects of Bank Capital on Bank Lending: Evidences from 6 CIS Countries,”

with M. Mujibul Haque, Journal of International Finance Studies, Vol. 11, No. 1, June 2011

“The Pro-cyclical Effects of Bank Capital on Bank Lending: A Case of Kazakhstan,” with M. Mujibul Haque, International Review of Business Research Papers, Vol. 7, No. 3, May 2011

“An Investigation of Event Study Methodologies with Clustered Events and Event Day Uncertainty”, with O. Varela, Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting, August 1997.

“The Weekend Effect and Common Stock Returns in the Thai Stock Market”, with T. Chotigeat, Pertanika, March 1997.

“Currency Substitution via Expected Exchange Rate and Domestic Money Demand: An Empirical Analysis for Japan,” with T. Chotigeat, Pertanika Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities, Vol. 4, No. 2, September 1996

“Stock Price Reactions to Voluntary vs. Mandatory Social Actions – The Case of South African Divestiture”, with T. Mukherjee and V. Lokhande, Journal of Business Finance and Accounting, March 1995.

“International Listings, the Security Market Line and Capital Market Segmentation”, with O. Varela, Journal of Business Finance and Accounting, November 1993.

“Currency Substitution and Foreign Exchange Rate Expectation: A New Approach for Canadian Money Demand”, with T. Chotigeat, Asian Economic Review, August 1993.

“Shareholder Wealth Effects of Managerial Social Actions”, with T. Mukherjee and V. Lokhande, Financial Management, Autumn 1992.

 

Book Chapter:

 

“The Combined Effects of International Listings on the Security Market Line and Systematic Risk for the U.S. Listings on the London and Tokyo Stock Exchanges”, with O. Varela, Handbook of International Market Integration, ed. by S. Stansil, (London: Basil Blackwell), 1993.

 

Book:

 

Financial Market and Industry in Kazakhstan, a book introducing the financial market and industry of Kazakhstan published in Korean by the Korea Securities Dealers’ Association (KSDA), January 2008

 

Regional Newsletter Publications:

 

“Fluctuations in the Price of Crude Oil and Louisiana’s Employment: The 1980 – 1990 Experience”, with O. Varela, Southeastern Economic Outlook, Spring 1991, Louisiana, U.S.A.

“Regional Analysis of Savings and Loan Performance”, with Y. Hsing and R. Settoon, Southeastern Economic Outlook, Spring 1991, Louisiana, U.S.A.

 

Conference Presentations:

 

“R&D Investments and State Ownership Effect on Firm Value and Risk in China,” with W. Kim and H. Kim, Presented at KIMEP International Research Conference, Almaty, Kazakhstan, April 2018

“The Relevance of Money Attitudes and Individual Ability in Transition Economy,” with C. Erdener and W. Kim, Presented at KIMEP International Research Conference, Almaty, Kazakhstan, April 2018

“Financial Literacy and Retirement Planning in Kazakhstan,” Presented in KIMEP International Research conference, Almaty, Kazakhstan, April 2015

“Does Bank Lending Rate Propagate Economic Cycles in Developing Countries with High Foreign Debts?”, with M. Mujibul Haque, Presented at International Academy of Business and Public Administration Disciplines, Orlando, Florida, U.S.A. January 2015

“The Loan-Bond Spread as a Predictor of Real Economic Activity: Evidences from 20 European Countries,” with M. Mujibul Haque, Presented at International Academy of Business and Economics Conference, Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S.A. October 2012

“The Lending Rate Spread as a Predictor of Real Economic Activities: Evidences from 27 European Countries,” with M. Mujibul Haque, Presented at Eurasian Business and Economics Society Conference, Istanbul, Turkey, May 2012

“Bank Stock Returns, Loan Growth and Bank Fundamentals: The Evidences from Kazakhstan,” with Olga Pak, Presented at KIMEP International Research Conference, Almaty, Kazakhstan, April 2012

“Financial Frictions and Propagation of Economic Disturbances through Bank Lending Rate Spread in Developing Countries,” with M. Mujibul Haque, Presented at KIMEP International Research Conference, Almaty, Kazakhstan, April 2012

“Test of Weak-form Efficiency of the Kazakhstan Stock Market,” with M. Mujibul Haque and Dmitriy Belyanin, Presented at KIMEP International Research Conference, Almaty, Kazakhstan, April 2012

“The Role of Term Spread on Real Economic Activity: A Comparative Analysis for Kazakhstan and Russia,” with M. Mujibul Haque, Presented at International Academy of Business and Economics Conference, Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S.A. October 2011

“Portfolio Diversification Effect in the Capital Market of Kazakhstan: Empirical Study based on KASE Index,” with Nurlan Orazalin, Presented at International Academy of Business and Economics Conference, Barcelona, Spain, June 2011

“The Asymmetric Cyclical Effects of Bank Capital on Bank Lending: Evidences from 6 CIS Countries,”

with M. Mujibul Haque, Presented at International Academy of Business and Economics Conference, Barcelona, Spain, June 2011

“The Pro-cyclical Effects of Bank Capital on Bank Lending: A Case of Kazakhstan,” with M. Mujibul Haque, Presented at 4th Asian Business Research Conference, Dhaka, Bangladesh, December 2011

“Asymmetric Information and Financial Crisis: Evidence and Lessons from the Emerging Market of Kazakhstan,” with M. Mujibul Haque, Presented at 4th Asian Business Research Conference, Dhaka, Bangladesh, December 2011

An Overview of Kazakhstani Economy and Financial Markets,” Presented at the Seminar on Kazakhstan Investment Opportunities at KOFIA (Korea Financial Investment Association) in Seoul, Korea, June 2010

The Behavioral Response towards Risk and Return of Dollar Carry Trade among Kazakhstani Banks: Was the Currency Crisis a Predictable Event?” KIMEP International Research Conference, Almaty, Kazakhstan, March 2010

“Kazakhstani Economy and Financial Market, the Current Status and Perspectives”, a Special Seminar organized by Consultancy for Central Asia (CCA) for Korean Business Delegations from the Korea Institute for International Economic Policy (KIEP), Almaty, Kazakhstan, April 2008

“OECD Membership: Organizational Implications for the Banking and Finance Industry”, Asia Business Forum, Seoul, Korea, January 1997.

“An Investigation of Event Study Methodologies When a Weekend Effect Exists”, with O. Varela, Western Decision Science Meeting, April 1996.

“A Simulated Investigation of Event Study Methodologies with Uncertain and Clustered Event Time”, with O. Varela, Financial Management Association, October 1993.

“Currency Substitution with Expected Exchange Rate and Domestic Money Demand: An Empirical Analysis for Japan”, with T. Chotigeat, Midsouth Academy of Economics and Finance Association, February 1993.

“The Effect of South African Divestiture on a Firm’s Stock Return”, with T. Mukherjee and V. Lokhande, Midwestern Finance Association, April 1991.

“Does International Listing Reduce Systematic Risk?”, with O. Varela, Eastern Finance Association, April 1990.

“Abnormal Returns Around International Listing: Are They Due to the Change in Risk?”, with O. Varela, Financial Management Association, October 1990.

“The Effect of International Listing on a Firm’s Security Market Line”, with O. Varela, Financial Management Association, October 1990.

“International Listing Effects in a Generalized Least Square Framework”, with O. Varela, Southern Economic Association, November 1990.

 

Consulting Reports:

 

Feasibility Study on the Cultivation of Onions in Kazakhstan, JSC SinGong, December 2015

Samsung Smart-TV Marketing Strategy in Kazakhstan and Central Asia, Samsung Electronics Kazakhstan and Central Asia LLP., September, 2013

The Viability of Asset Management Industry in Kazakhstan, a Market Research Report submitted to Hyundai Securities Company. Acting as a lead researcher in collaboration with other KIMEP faculty members, August 2007

The Viability of Gwangyang Bay as a Free Economic Zone, a Research Report submitted to the Ministry of Finance in Korea. Acting as a lead researcher in collaboration with The Korea Research Institute for Human Settlement (KRIHS), December 2003

The Viability of Busan/Jinhae as a Free Economic Zone, a Research Report submitted to the Ministry of Finance in Korea. Acting as a lead researcher in collaboration with The Korea Research Institute for Human Settlement (KRIHS), December 2003

 

Teaching ·          Corporate Finance

·          Financial Derivatives

·          Mergers and Acquisitions

·          Investment Banking


Yong Ho Hyun (3)

Yong Ho Hyun, Ph. D. in Management (e-Marketing)

Associate Professor of Marketing

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Name Martin Yongho Hyun
Position Associate Professor of Marketing
Contact detail martinhyun@kimep.kz, ex) 2141
Education background PhD (Management studies), University of Surrey, UK

MA (Communication), University of Canberra, Australia

BBA (Business Administration),  Jeju National University, South Korea

Overview Professor Hyun’s primary research interest focuses on studying the influence of augment reality-based advertising on consumer judgment and decision making on the smartphone including media consumption. Specifically, he examines the effect of three types of cues; central cues (smartphone-based print ad), peripheral cues (smartphone-based video ad), and mixed cues (smartphone-based AR ad) based on hedonic and utilitarian motivations of smartphone users, on various ad response hypothesis (e.g., reciprocal mediation hypothesis, dual mediation hypothesis and affect transfer hypothesis etc.).

He is interested in developing the scale such as destination brand equity, smartphone-using motivations, and social media review, and in testing the effect of eWOM and traditional WOM on product choices. Professor Hyun’s research has published in Journal of Business Research, Computers in Human Behavior, and Journal of Travel and Tourism Marketing.

Research Interests ·         Marketing Communications for New Media: Advertising effectiveness of Augmented Reality, Smartphone-based virtual reality and smartphone-based eWOM.

·         Destination Brand Marketing: Destination brand equity, Web-mediated virtual destination image and the tourists’ destination choice process.

·         eTourism/mTourism: Mobile-mediated virtual tourism; mobile distribution channels (e.g. mobile travel intermediaries); augmented reality technology; and online destination marketing communications focusing on Destination Websites.

·         Scale development: Qualitative and quantitative approaches toward experimental design and structural equation modeling

Selected Publications Articles (In English)

·         Hyun, M. Y., Park, Y. A. & Kim, Y. G. (2016). Motivations to walk on Jeju ‘Ollegil’, South Korea: Development and validation of a walking motivation scale. Tourism Planning and Development, 13(4): 486-503. (Scopus)

·         Kim, H. C. & Hyun, M. Y. (2016). Predicting the Use of Smartphone-based Augmented Reality (AR): Does Telepresence Really Help?. Computers in Human Behavior, 59: 28-38. (SSCI)

·         Hyun, M. Y., Kim, H. C. & O’Keefe, R. M. (2014). Inter-satisfaction between and Web and ACD systems. Journal of Travel & Tourism Marketing. 31: 1039-1056 (SSCI)

·         Hyun, M. Y. & O’Keefe, R.M (2012). Virtual destination image: Testing a telepresence model. Journal of Business Research. 65(1): 29-35. (SSCI)

·         Lee, S., Hwang, J. & Hyun, M. Y. (2010). Mobile Services as a marketing tool to enhance restaurant revenue: An exploratory study. Journal of Hospitality and Marketing Management. 19(5): 464-479. (SSCI)

·         Hyun, M. Y., Lee, S. and Hu, C. (2009). Mobile-mediated virtual experience in tourism: concept, typology and applications, Journal of Vacation Marketing, 15(2): 149-164. (SSCI)

·         Racherla, P., Hu, C., & Hyun, M. Y. (2008). Exploring the role of innovative technologies in building a knowledge-based destination. Current Issues in Tourism, 11(5): 407-428 (SSCI)

Articles (In Korean)

·         Sohn, J., Hyun, Y. & Nam, J.(2014), An Examination of the Structural Relationships between the Five-star Hotel Employees’ Emotional Labor, the Organizational Citizenship Behavior and the Turnover Intention, Korean Journal of Business Administration, 27(12): 2309-2329.

·         Hyun, Y., Kim, H. & Kim, Y. (2014). Assessing the quality of augmented reality technology by the application of transformed TAM model: A moderating effect of telepresence and a mediating effect of perceived usefulness, Korea Business Review, 43(5): 1465-1492.

·         Hyun, Y. & Park, A. (2013). An examination of the influential effect of consumer review characteristics on acceptance intention to smartphone applications for restaurants: Mediating role of information quality. Korean Journal of Business Administration, 26(11): 2851-2871.

·         Hyun, Y. (2013). A Study of Evaluating Ouality of Local Bank Services : A Focus on the Moderating Effect of Quality of CD/ATM and Ouality of Call Center Representatives, Korean Journal of Business Administration, 26(1): 149-171.

·         Kim, Y. & Hyun, Y. (2013). Behavioral Adherence of Participants in Leisure Activity: The Moderating Role of Self-efficacy, The Journal of Business and Economics, 29(2): 149-171.

·         Park, A. & Hyun, Y. (2013). Determining predictive factors toward offline behaviors by adopting a smartphone application: A focus on a TAM-TRA mixed model. Korean Corporation Management Review, 20(4):115-133.

·         Nam, J., Kim, Y. & Hyun, Y. (2013). Examining consumers’ trust in social commerce of food service products: Moderating effect of consumer involvement. Journal of foodservice Management, 16(5): 147-170.

·         Kim, J., Hyun, Y. & Park, A. (2013). Re-examining UTAUT theory using a smartphone-based travel alert system. Journal of Tourism Studies, 25(3): 119-114.

·         Nam, J., Suh, B. & Hyun, Y. (2013). An Examination of the Structural Relationships between Brand Identification, Brand Attachment and Revisit Intention: A Focus on a Moderating Effect of Advertising Model’s Suitability. Journal of Tourism Sciences. 37(8): 145-170.

·         Hyun, Y. & Hong, K (2012). Assessing the Quality of Bank Service adopting Satisfaction Transfer Theory from Online to Offline: A Case of the Daegu Bank, South Korea. Korean Corporation Management Review, 19(4):119-38.

·         Hyun, Y. & Nam, J. (2012). Application of the Quality of Smartphone Apps for Family Restaurants to TAM: A Focus on a Moderating Effect of Voluntariness. Korean Corporation Management Review, 19(2):149-167

·         Hyun, Y. (2012) Validating predictive factors toward local residents’ participation behavior in a mega event: A case of the IAAF World Championships Daegu 2011. Korean Journal of Hotel Administration, 21(6):287-308

·         Hyun, Y. & Hong, K. (2012). An Empirical Study of the Quality of Korean Medical Services Evaluated by Cosmetic Surgery Patients from China. Korean Journal of Business Administration, 25(3):1655-1673

·         Hyun, Y. (2011). An Exploratory Study of Mobile Tourism Service Preference among Different Motivation Types of Mobile Tourism Users: A Focus on Hedonic and Utilitarian Motivations. Journal of Tourism Sciences. 35(1): 241-262.

·         Hyun, Y. & Hong, K. (2011). An Examination of the Structural Relationships between the Festival Service Quality, a Local Destination Image, and a Revisit Intention -A Focus on the Multi-Group Invariance Analysis. Journal of Tourism Studies, 23(1): 169-191

·         Hyun, Y. (2011). Examining the Structural Relationships between Mobile-usage Motivations of Tourists, Typology of Mobile Information Services, and Mobile usage Intention. Korean Journal of Business Administration, 24(4):1943-1960.

·         Hyun, Y. & Kim, Y. (2011). Evaluating ARS System Quality of Domestic Airlines: A Focus on a Moderating Effect of Call Center Representatives`. Korean Journal of Hotel Administration, 20(4): 253-270

·         Han, S. & Hyun, Y. (2010). An Examination of the role of a decision-making variable between pension Website quality and post-visit behaviors: Focusing on mediating vs. moderating effect. Korean Journal of Tourism Research, 24(6): 272-289.

·         Han, J. & Hyun, Y. (2010). An Examination of the Structural Relationships among Brand Recognition, Destination Image and Destination Loyalty: A Case of the Slow City Chungsando Visitors. Journal of Tourism Sciences, 34(6): 273-290

·         Hyun, Y. (2010). The change of a destination image of pre- and post-visit to a festival based on the segmentation of festival motivations. Korean Journal of Hotel Administration, 19(3):21-38.

·         Hyun, Y. (2010). The Moderating Effect of Celebrity Involvement on the Relationship between the Festival Motivations and the Destination Choice Attributes: A Focus on the Astronaut Ko San’s Effect at the 2009 Mt. Bohyun Star Festival. Journal of Tourism Sciences, 34(8): 319-339

·         Park, A. & Hyun, Y. (2010). Examining the Mass Media Influence and Social Influence on Potential Visitors` Intention to Cardinal Stephen Kim Sou-Hwan`s Memorial Park: A Focus on the Mediating and Moderating Role of Involvement. Journal of Tourism Sciences. 34(9): 189-209.

·         Han, J. & Hyun, Y. (2010). An Examination of the Structural Relationships among System Quality of Tourism Knowledge & Information System, Perceived Ease of Use, and System-usage Satisfaction: Application & Extension of the Technology Acceptance Model. International Journal of Tourism and Hospitality Research, 24(4): 5-19

·         Hyun, Y. & Kim J. (2009). Moderating Effect of Golf Travel Expenditure between Travel Motivations and Destination Choice Attributes. Korean Journal of Business Administration, 22(6): 1-22

·         Park, A. & Hyun, Y. (2009). An exploratory study of walking-tour motivation: The case of Je-Ju Island ‘Ol-Legil’. Journal of Tourism Sciences, 33(7): 75-93.

·         Nam, J., Hyun, Y. & Han, J. (2009), Brand equity and brand loyalty: focusing on the moderating role of value for money. Korean Journal of Tourism Research, 24(4): 59-78

·         Hyun, Y., Lee, S., Hu, C. & Han, S. (2009). Mobile value proposition development for Mtourism. Korean Journal of Hotel Administration, 18(5): 1-17.

·         Hyun, Y. & Cho, K. (2009). Developing the Representative Destination Image – Focusing on Zajonc’ Independence Hypothesis Theory. Korean Journal of Tourism Research, 24(3):189-209.

·         Hyun, Y. (2008). The Conceptualization and Theoretical Formation Model of Virtual Destination Image. Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Studies, 10(4): 213-225.

·         Hyun, Y. & Nam, J. (2008). The Comparative Study of Structural Relationships between Brand Equity, Attitude, and Visit Intention among Domestic Family Restaurants. Journal of Foodservice Management, 11(1): 33-54.

·         Hyun, Y. (2008). An Examination of the Structural Relationships among Web Usage Motivations, Online Travel Information, Attitude and Purchase Intention: Focusing on Hedonic and Utilitarian Motivations. Journal of Tourism & Leisure Research, 20(1):109-128.

·         Hyun, Y., Hong, S. & Oh, H. (2007). Identification of Cognitive Image Constructs and the Structural Relationship between Destination Image Formation and Destination Loyalty: A Case of Jeju Island. Journal of Tourism & Leisure Research, 19(4): 227-247

·         Hyun, Y. Nam, J. & Huh, H. (2006). Validating Dimensionality of Brand Equity and Its Structural Relationships with Overall Brand Equity, Brand Attitude, and Revisit Intent: A Case Study of Family Restaurants. Journal of Tourism Sciences, 30(6):339-360.

·         Kim, S., Hyun, Y., Hong, S. & Oh, H (2006).The impact of celebrity-based motivations on destination Image formation process: A case study of the legend of ‘Beatles’ in Liverpool, United Kingdom. Journal of Tourism & Leisure Research, 18(1):333-351.

·         Huh, H., Hyun, Y. & Huh, S. (2005). The structural equation modeling approach to the relationships between the residents’ attitude towards participation, status of local economy, and the type of tourism development based on social exchange theory. Journal of Tourism Sciences, 29(3):229-250.

·         Hyun, Y. & Han, S. (2005). The Empirical Study of Eliciting Directly Influential Destination Images on Destination Choice – Simply Preferred Images and Leading Image. Journal of Tourism & Leisure Research, 17(3):23-42.

·         Hyun, Y., Han, S. & Huh, H. (2005). The Empirical study of a destination image formation based on the familiarity index: A case of Ahdong hahoe village, South Korea. Journal of Tourism Sciences. 29(1):147-167

·         Hyun, Y., Huh, H. & Kim, Y. (2004). An Exploratory Study on the Substitutability of Web Functions in the Decision-making Process of Online Holiday Travelers: Direct/Indirect Web Access Groups, Journal of Tourism Sciences, 28(2): 291-312.

·         Hyun, Y., Wells, J. & Huh, H. (2003). The impact of the World Wide Web on the Future Marketing Roles of DMOs. The International Journal of Tourism Sciences. 3(2):17-39.

Book Chapters

·         Hyun, M.Y. & Cai, L. (2009). Virtual destination image branding, Book Chapter 3 in Tourism Branding Communities in Action (Book series Branding Tourism Theory and Practice), edited by Liping A. Cai, Wiliam C. Gartner, Ana Maria Munar, Vol. 1: 37-50.

Conference Papers

·         Hyun, M. Y., Lee, S., Hu, C., & Fesenmaier, D. R. (2007). Mobile–mediated virtual tourism: Concept, typology, and applications. Proceedings of 2007 Annual Conference of the International Society of Travel and Tourism Educators, October 4-6, 2007. Charleston,South Carolina, USA.

·         Hyun, M.Y. & Buhalis, D. (2007). Developing Virtual Destination Image Formation Model Mediated by Telepresence: Online Versus Offline Travel Information. Proceedings of 2007 Annual Conference of the International Society of Travel and Tourism Educators, October 4-6, 2007. Charleston, South Carolina, USA.

·         Hyun, M. Y., Lee, S., Hu, C., & Fesenmaier, D. R. (2007). Applications of mobile technologies to m-Tourism development. In T. Zou (Ed.), Proceedings of the 13th Asia Pacific Tourism Association and the 5th APacCHRIE Joint Conference, Beijing, China, May 24-27, 2007. Beijing, China: Beijing International Studies University.

·         Xiang, Z, Fesenmaier, D. R., Hyun, M. Y. & Wober, K. (2007). Online representation of tourism: An analysis of search results from a major search engine. Proceedings of TTRA 2007 International Conference, Amherst, University of Massachusetts, USA

·         Hyun, Y. & Buhalis, D. (2006). The conceptual model of Virtualised Destination Image Formation (VDIF) on the web-based Internet. Proceedings of CAUTHE, February 6-9, Melbourne, Australia.

·         Hyun, Y & Wells, J. (2002). The future Marketing roles of DMOs on the World Wide Web. Proceedings of the Korea Society of Management Information Systems (KMIS) Fall conference 2002, Seoul, South Korea, November 14.

·         Hyun, Y, Wells, J. & Kim, Y. (2002). The demographics and behavioural background of Australian online travellers. Proceedings of the Korea Society of Management Information Systems (KMIS) Fall conference 2002, Seoul, South Korea, November 14.

Teaching Current Courses Taught

·         Event Marketing

·         Social Media

·         Strategic Marketing

·         Tourism Practices and Principles

Grants ·         Principal investigator (2012), research grant (US$20,000) sponsored by the National Research Foundation in South Korea, entitled by “Assessing the quality of smartphone-based Augmented Reality (AR): A focus on the mediating effect of telepresence”

·         Principal investigator (2010), Research grant (US$15,000) sponsored by the National Research Foundation in South Korea, entitled by “Assessing the quality of automated response systems (ARS) of Low Cost Carriers (LCCs) in South Korea”.

·         Principal investigator (2009), Research grant (US$18,000) sponsored by the National Research Foundation in South Korea, entitled by “Preference of tourists’ mobile contents based on their travel motivations”.

·         Co-researcher (2007), Travelers’ use of the Internet in the United States Sponsored by TIA. Principal investigator: Dr. Daniel R. Fesenmaier August 1,2007-December 1, 2007.

Awards ·         Paper titled “Applications of mobile technologies to m-Tourism development” was voted the top three best papers at the 13th Asia Pacific Tourism Association and the 5th APacCHRIE Joint Conference, Beijing, China, May 24-27, 2007. Beijing, China: Beijing International Studies University.


Jungmin Jang (2)

Jungmin Jang, PhD

Assistant Professor of Marketing,

More:
Name Jungmin (Jamie) Jang
Position Assistant Professor of Marketing,
Contact detail jmjang@kimep.kz, ex) 2056
Education background Ph.D. (Business Administration, Concentration: Marketing), Korea University, Seoul, Korea

M.S. (Business Administration, Concentration: Marketing), Korea University, Seoul, Korea

B.A. (Chemical Engineering), Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea

Overview Professor Jang’s primary research interests are focused on the relations between physical elements (i.e. location, color, presentation order, and presentation mode) and consumers’ responses in marketing communication context (i.e., advertisement). Specifically, she tries to explore the different consequences depending on manipulated experimental condition of physical elements in advertisement even though consumers face the identical information. In this context she is also focused on the psychological mechanism to provide the explanation, that is, the reason why consumers show different responses in this process. Most recently she got engaged in studying the cultural difference between Westerner and Easterner and try to examine why consumers show difference responses across the different culture as well as how they might be different each other.

For the academic research, the kinds of questions that Professor Jang explores in her research include: What counts as effective elements in marketing communication including online and offline advertisement? How is this positioned in marketing theories and practices? She continues to nourish her interest in marketing communication. Particularly she is looking for the notable and contributable effect both for academic researcher as well as marketing managers

Professor Jang’s research has published in Marketing letters, Journal of Distribution Science and etc..

Research Interests ·         Influence of Physical Environment in Marketing Communication

Ø  Effects of color presentation, order of information, placement of information and product evaluation

Ø  Context effect (i.e., compromise effect, attraction effect) and variety seeking, so on.

Ø  Cross-cultural research and global marketing

Ø  Inter-option spatial proximity and brand/product relationship

Ø  Processing fluency, and perceived fit

 

·         Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), Green Product and Sustainability

Ø  CSR and CSI communications and active consumerism

Ø  Green marketing, environmental-friendly product, and social media

Selected Publications Peer-Reviewed and Refereed Publications- Representative*

Jang, Jung Min and Song-Oh Yoon (2016), “The Effect of Attribute-based and Alternative-based Processing on Consumer Choice in Context,” Marketing Letters, 27(3), 511-524,

(DOI) 10.1007/s11002-014-9346-6, JCR® 2016 IF: 1.818

Jang, Jung Min and Eun Young Lee (2016), “The Effects of Customer Participation in CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) Process on Consumers’ Response,” Journal of Distribution Science, 14(3), 45-54. In SCOPUS Journal List.

*Journal publications with the 2013/2014 Journal Citation Reports® (JCR®) Impact FactorTM assigned by Thomson Reuters, with SJR indicator in the SCImago Journal Rank by SCOPUS

 

Peer-Reviewed and Refereed Publications- Others

Jang, Jung Min and Eun Young Park (2016), “The Effect of Physical Partitioning on Consumers’ Behavioral Intention: The Moderating Role of Prior Experience,” Journal of Korean Marketing Association, 31(3), 27-46.

Jang, Jung Min and Eun Young Park (2016), “How Directionality Impacts Estimated Firm Performance: The Moderating Effect of Regulatory Focus and the Mechanism of Regulatory Fit,” The Korean Journal of Advertising, 27(3), 139-162.

Jang, Jung Min and Youngju Kim (2016), “How the Information Location (up vs. down) Impacts Promotion Attractiveness and Amount Perception,” The Korean Journal of Advertising, 27(3), 7-25.

Park, Eun Young and Jung Min Jang (2016), “The Effect of Metaphoric Message on Perceived Instrumentality in the Means-Goal Relationship,” Korean Journal of Consumer and Advertising Psychology, 17(1), 81-99.

Jang, Jung Min (2015), “How Metaphoric Meaning of Cardinal Direction Impacts Risk Estimation: Focusing on Diffusion of Infectious Diseases,” The Korean Journal of Advertising, 26(7), 81-97.

Jang, Jung Min and Song-Oh Yoon (2015), “The Influence of Information Location on Consumer Product Evaluation,” The Korean Journal of Advertising, 26(6), 305-320.

Jang, Jung Min (2015), “How Metaphoric Meaning of Vertical Direction Impacts Consumer Evaluation: The Role of Compatibility between Company Situation and Regulatory Focus,” Journal of Consumer Studies, 26(4), 77-101.

Jang, Jung Min and Youngju Kim (2015), “The Impact of Information Processing Order on Consumers’ Product Evaluation between National Brand and Private Label Brand,” The Korean Journal of Advertising, 26(6), 95-115.

Park, Ha-Yeon, Jung Min Jang (2014), “The Impact of Brand Priming on New Product Evaluation and Perceived Innovativeness,” Journal of Product Research, 32(5), 123-138.

Jang, Jung Min and Jinhwa Rhee (2014), “The Effect of Additional Discount Information Mode(Linguistic vs. Nonlinguistic) on Perceived Discount Attractiveness,” Journal of Korean Marketing Association, 29(5), 101-117.

Jang, Jung Min and Jinhwa Rhee (2014), “The Effect of Picture Message on Discount Attractiveness: Moderating Role of Regulatory Focus,” Journal of Product Research, 32(4), 81-94.

Kim, Young-un, Chan-su Park, and Jung Min Jang (2008), “Measuring Self-Image Congruity via Polynomial Regression: Comparisons with Indirect and Direct Measures,” Journal of Korean Marketing Association, 23(1), 49-70.

Ryu, Gangseog, Jung Min Jang, and Hyoung-kon Lee (2004), “The Impact of CRM Programs on Word-of-Mouth Behavior: The Mediating Role of Consumer-Brand Relationship Quality,” Journal of Consumer Studies, 15(3), 87-109.

 

Refereed International Conference Proceedings

JaeEun Baek and Jung Min Jang (2018, April), “The Carry Over Effect of Irreversible Decision Making,” The 4th International Conference of Asian Marketing Associations (2018 ICAMA), Bangkok, Thailand

Jang, Jung Min (2018, April), “Culture (the U.S. and Korea) Determines Contrasting Effects of Presentation Order on Perceived Product Purity,” 15th Annual KIMEP International Research Conference (2018 KIRC), Almaty, Kazakhstan

JaeEun Baek and Jung Min Jang (2017, June), “The Carry Over Effect of Irreversible Decision Making,” 2017 INFORMS Marketing Science Summer Conference, Los Angeles, U.S.A.

Hyerinne Hahn, Jong Ho Lee, Charles R. Taylor, Jung Min Jang (2017, May), “How do the Characteristics of Premium Private Label Affect Perceived Luxuriousness?: The Moderating Role of Change Seeking, Price Consciousness and Vulnerability,” The Mystique of Luxury Brands Conference, 2017 Seoul Conference.

Jang, Jung Min and Sohyoun Shin (2016, August), “Order of Information, Processing Fluency, and Product Evaluation: Cross-Cultural Investigations in the U.S. and Korea,” 2016 American Marketing Association Summer Academic Conference, Atlanta, GA, U.S.A.

Jang, Jung Min and Song-Oh Yoon (2013, June), “Does Hot Temperature May Facilitate the Cognitive Process?,” 2013 INFORMS Marketing Science Summer Conference, Istanbul, Turkey

Jang, Jung Min, Eunyoung Park, and Song-Oh Yoon (2012, June), “The Negative Effect of Package Cover,” 2012 INFORMS Marketing Science Summer Conference, Boston, U.S.A.

 

Refereed National/Regional Conference Proceedings

Jang, Jung Min and Sohyoun Shin (2016), “The Effect of Fit between Cultural Communication Styles and Information Order on Product Attitudes,” The 2016 Korean Marketing Association Spring Conference, Seoul, Korea.

Jang, Jung Min, Eunyoung Park, and Kwanho Suk (2013), “The Influence of the Display Locations of Regular Price and Sale Price on Transaction Utility, Acquisition Utility, and Purchase Intentions,” The 2013 Korean Society of Consumer Studies Winter Conference, Seoul, Korea.

Jang, Jung Min, Eunyoung Park, and Song-Oh Yoon (2012), “When Consumer Feels Distant From the Product: The Negative Effect of Package Cover on Experienced Consumer’s Desire for the Product” The 2012 Korean Marketing Association Spring Conference, Seoul, Korea.

Jang, Jung Min and Song-Oh Yoon (2012), “The Role of Processing Strategy in Choice Set Context Effects,” The 2012 Korean Society of Consumer Studies Spring Conference, Seoul, Korea.

Jang, Jung Min and Song-Oh Yoon (2011), “Inter-product Spatial Proximity and Consumer’s Pursuit of Variety,” The 2011 Korean Marketing Association Spring Conference, Seoul, Korea.

Ryu, Gangseog, Sukyoung Park, and Jung Min Jang (2007), “The effect of regulatory focus on consumers’ preference about enhanced products,” The 2007 Korean Marketing Association Spring Conference, Seoul, Korea, 45-56.

Ryu, Gangseog, Hyoungkwon Lee, and †Jung Min Jang (2003), “The effect of CRM (customer relationship management) program on WOM behavior: the mediating role of customer-brand relationship quality,” The 2003 Korean Marketing Association Spring Conference, Seoul, Korea, 299-326.

Teaching For undergraduate students

·         Principles of marketing

·         Strategic marketing

·         Consumer behavior

·         Advertising management

 

For MBA students

·          Advanced marketing management

Awards Professor Jang’s paper won Year 2016 Top Paper Award from Korean Advertising Society.

The title of the paper is “How the Information Location (up vs. down) Impacts Promotion Attractiveness and Amount Perception”.


Kunsu Park (1)

Kunsu Park, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Accounting

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Name Kunsu Park
Position Assistant Professor of Accounting
Contact detail kunsu.park@kimep.kz; office phone: 270-44-40, ext. 2283
Education background PhD (Business Administration with a concentration in Accounting), University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA
MS (Finance), University of Texas at Dallas, USA
MS (Management and Administrative Sciences), University of Texas at Dallas, USA
MA (Economics), Chung-Ang University, South Korea
BA (Economics), Chung-Ang University, South Korea
Overview While Professor Park’s research interests are diverse, they lie in the areas of Financial Accounting, Corporate Finance, and Internal Controls and Auditing.

Professor Park’s diverse background in accounting, economics, finance, management science, mathematics, and statistics as well as research experiences in both the USA and South Korea has built a solid foundation for pursuing his academic career in Accounting. He is an enthusiastic researcher with a keen interest in the areas of
financial accounting, corporate finance, and internal controls and auditing. Financial accounting and corporate
finance are interdependent and inseparable. In keeping with his spirit of curiosity, he would further like to pursue research topics that overlap between these two areas in order to better understand topics that have yet to be explored. He plans on actively presenting his papers at major Accounting and Finance conferences and getting them published in highly respected journals. More importantly, he will continue to nurture his curiosity and passion to make meaningful contributions to Accounting research.

Research Interests Primary: Empirical Financial Accounting.
– Accounting Conservatism, Earnings Management, Accounting Comparability, Financial Disclosures, Role of Information in Capital Markets, Stock Market Efficiency, Debt Contracting.Secondary: Theoretical/Empirical Corporate Finance.
– Capital Structure, Corporate Governance, Investment Efficiency, Dividend Policy, Executive Compensation, Managerial Incentive Problems.
Selected Publications Technical Reports (In Korean + English)
– Basic Research for Preparation for the 3rd National Communication of the Republic of Korea under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, 2004, 23(1)-(5), Korea Energy Economics Institute (KEEI), South Korea.Books (Translated into Korean)
– Martin Christopher (2016), “Logistics and Supply Chain Management,” Financial Times/ Prentice Hall, 5th edition; Published in July 2017 (with Se Hun Lim), Cheongram Publishers, South Korea.
– Marianne Bradford (2015), “Modern ERP: Select, Implement & Use Today’s Advanced Business Systems,” lulu.com, 3rd edition; Published in March 2017 (with Deajin Kim, Se Hun Lim, and Hyeonju Park), Cheongram Publishers, South Korea.Conference Papers
– Park, K. & Choi, Y. M. (2016). Hedging with property-liability insurance and corporate dividend policy. The Korean Academic Association of Business Administration (KAABA) Conference, South Korea (October 2016).
– Park, K., Qin, J., Seidel, T., & Zhou, J. (2016). COSO 2013 framework compliance and accounting conservatism. American Accounting Association (AAA) Annual Meeting, New York, NY, USA (August 2016).
– Park, K., Qin, J., Seidel, T., & Zhou, J. (2016). COSO 2013 framework compliance and audit fees. American Accounting Association (AAA) Annual Meeting, New York, NY, USA (August 2016).
– Park, K. & Choi, Y. M. (2016). Foreign ownership and firm value: Evidence from Korea. Korea Finance Association Conference, South Korea (May 2016).
– Park, K., Qin, J., Seidel, T., & Zhou, J. (2016). COSO 2013 framework compliance and audit fees. American Accounting Association (AAA) Annual Auditing Section Midyear Meeting, Scottsdale, AZ, USA (January 2016).
– Park, K., Qin, J., Seidel, T., & Zhou, J. (2016). Non-compliance with COSO’s 2013 framework and accounting conservatism. American Accounting Association (AAA) Annual Auditing Section Midyear Meeting, Scottsdale, AZ, USA (January 2016).
– Park, K. & Choi, Y. M. (2016). Foreign currency denominated debt and corporate dividend policy. Korea Finance Association Conference, South Korea (May 2015).
– Park, K., Guan, L., & Zhou, J. (2014). Corporate name changes and earnings management: Window dressing or fresh start,” American Accounting Association (AAA) Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA, USA (August 2014).
Teaching Current Courses Taught
– Financial Statement Analysis
– Foundation of Finance
– Contemporary Accounting Research Methods in Business
– Critique Analysis of Accounting ResearchPrevious Courses Taught
– Introduction to Financial Accounting
– Business Mathematics
– Business Statistics
– Principles of Economics
– Understanding of Korean Economy
– EconometricsTeaching Assistant (TA) Session (held a review session for students; 3 hours every week)
– Managerial Accounting, Intermediate Financial Accounting I, Accounting for Decision-Making (University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA)
– Econometrics, Mathematical Economics, Intermediate Microeconomics, Mathematical Statistics, Principles of Economics (Chung-Ang University, South Korea)
Grants – Travel Grant, University of Hawaii Foundation, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 2014 & 2015 & 2016.
– Graduate Student Organization (GSO) Grants and Awards, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 2014 & 2015 & 2016.
Awards – American Accounting Association (AAA) Auditing Section Doctoral Consortium Fellow, 2016.
– AAA Financial Accounting and Reporting Section (FARS) Doctoral Consortium Fellow, 2016.
– AAA/Deloitte Foundation/J. Michael Cook Doctoral Consortium Fellow, 2015.
– Graduate Assistantship (a tuition waiver valued at $20,000 USD + a stipend of $20,472 USD each year), School of Accountancy, Shidler College of Business, University of Hawaii at Manoa, Fall 2012-Spring 2017.
– Dean’s Excellence Scholarship (a tuition waiver), Naveen Jindal School of Management, University of Texas at Dallas, Spring 2008-Spring 2009 & Fall 2010-Spring 2012.
– Outstanding Teaching Award (course: Principles of Economics), Chung-Ang University, March 2006.
– Graduate Student Best Paper Award, Department of Economics, Chung-Ang University, August 2004.
– Graduate Assistantship (a tuition waiver), Department of Economics, Chung-Ang University, Spring 2002-Fall 2003.
– Merit-Based Scholarship (a tuition waiver), Chung-Ang University, Spring 1995-Spring 1996 & Spring/Fall 2001.
– Outstanding Volunteer Award, Chung-Ang University, March 2000.


Nurlan Orazalin (3)

Nurlan Orazalin

Assistant Professor

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Name Nurlan S. Orazalin
Position Assistant Professor
Contact detail orazalin@kimep.kz

270-44-40, ext. 2183

Education background
  • Doctor of Business Administration in Accounting, KIMEP University, Kazakhstan
  • Master of Science in Accounting, Texas A&M University, USA

·        Bachelor of Accounting and Auditing, Kazakh State Academy of Management, Kazakhstan

·        Certified Management Accountant, the Institute of Management Accountants, USA

Overview Nurlan S. Orazalin has extensive teaching experience in the areas of accounting and finance. Dr. Orazalin has considerable practical and consulting experience and has worked with a variety of industries, including banking, oil and gas, constructions, communications, and manufacturing. In his current position, Dr. Orazalin teaches courses such as Introduction to Accounting, Managerial Accounting, Advanced Accounting, Financial Reporting and Management Control Systems, International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS), Auditing, Financial Statement Analysis, Introduction to Finance, Modern Research in Accounting etc. He has DBA in accounting from KIMEP University, Kazakhstan and MS in accounting from Texas A&M University, USA. He is a Certified Management Accountant and a Member of the Institute of Management Accountants of USA, and provides consulting services for domestic and international companies/banks. His research and professional interests are primarily focused on financial reporting, corporate governance, corporate social responsibility, sustainability performance and integrated reporting, and fair value accounting. Dr. Orazalin is the author of several articles in peer- reviewed journals, book chapters, and conference proceedings. He received the best teacher award for outstanding teaching from KIMEP University in 2006 and the Kazakhstani business professor of the year award from the Lawyer, Academics and Consultants of Kazakhstan in 2009.
Research Interests
  • Corporate Governance and Corporate Governance Disclosures
  • Corporate Social Responsibility Reporting
  • Current topics in International Financial Reporting Standards
  • Sustainability Performance and Integrated Reporting
  • Accounting for derivatives and financial instruments
  • Fair Value Accounting
  • The Study of Capital Markets in Emerging Markets in CIS and Central Asia regions.
Selected Publications ·         Orazalin, N. (2018), Working Capital Management and Firm Profitability: Evidence from Emerging Markets, International Journal of Business and Globalisation, accepted, forthcoming (SCOPUS listed)

·         Mahmood, M. and Orazalin, N. (2017), Green governance and sustainability reporting in Kazakhstan’s oil, gas, and mining sector: Evidence from a former USSR emerging economy, Journal of Cleaner Production, Volume 164, pp. 389-397 (SSCI and SCOPUS listed)

·         Orazalin, N., Mahmood M. and Lee, KJ. (2016), Corporate governance, financial crisis, and firm performance: Lessons from top Russian Banks, Corporate Governance: The international journal of business in society, Vol. 16 Issue 5, pp.798 – 814 (ABS and SCOPUS listed)

·      Orazalin, N., Makarov, R. and Ospanova M. (2015), Corporate Governance and Firm Performance in the Oil and Gas Industry of Russia, Journal of Business, Economics and Finance, Volume 4, Issue 4,pp. 710-722

·      Orazalin N., Mahmood, M. and Lee, K.J. (2015), Bank Ownership and Performance: Evidence from Russia in a post crisis period, Journal of Accounting, Finance and Economics, Volume 5, No 1, pp. 46-55 

·         Mahmood, M., Orazalin, N. and Zhakupova, B., (2013), Fostering Creativity and Innovation Through Leadership, International Journal of Strategic Management, Volume 1, 2013, pp. 67-75

·         Bhasin, M., Makarov. R. and Orazalin, N., (2012), The Determinants of Voluntary Disclosure in the Banking Sector of Kazakhstan, International Journal of Contemporary Business Studies, Volume 3, No. 3,  pp. 60-71

·         Absar, N., Orazalin, N. and Mahmood M. (2012), Human capital reporting in emerging economies: A comparative study on the banking industry of Kazakhstan and Bangladesh, Journal of Academy of Business and Economics, Vol. 12, No. 3, pp. 28-36

·         Mailibayeva, Z., Makarov, R. and Orazalin, N. (2012), Financial Reporting Practices in Emerging Economy: Determinants of Cash Flow Reporting Methods in Kazakhstan, Journal of International Business and Economics, Volume 12, Issue 2, pp. 97-105

·         Orazalin, N. and Lee S.H. (2011), Portfolio Diversification Effect in the Capital Market of Kazakhstan: Empirical study based on KASE index, Journal of International Finance Studies, Volume 11, No. 1, pp. 126-132

Book Chapters

  • Makarov, R., Orazalin, N. and Mahmood M. (2014), “Corporate Governance and Voluntary Disclosure: A Study on the Banking Industry of Kazakhstan”, Governance in the new era: Cases and perspectives from top to bottom and left to right, Business Expert Press, New York, 2014.

Conference Papers

  • “Improving Regulatory Framework of Corporate Governance in Kazakhstan: The Role of International Organizations” (with Monowar Mahmood), International Conference: “Contested Global Governance, transformed Global Governors?” 2017, July, Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan
  • “Working Capital Management and Firm Performance: Evidence from Emerging Markets”, KBTU Business School Conference 2017, Kazakh British Technical University, Almaty, Kazakhstan
  • “The Effect of Corporate Governance on Sustainability Reporting”, 13th KIMEP International Research Conference (KIRC 2016). KIMEP. Almaty, Kazakhstan
  • “Corporate Governance and Firm Performance in the Oil and Gas Industry of Russia”, Eurasia Business Research Conference 2014, World Business Institute, Istanbul, Turkey
  • “Bank Ownership and Performance: Evidence from Russia in a post crisis period”, Eurasia Business Research Conference 2014, World Business Institute, Istanbul, Turkey
  • “Human Capital Reporting in Emerging and Developing Economies: Comparative study based on Banking sectors of Bangladesh and Kazakhstan”, IABE Conference 2012, June, Venice, Italy
  • “Financial Reporting Practices in Emerging Economy: Determinants of Cash Flow Reporting Methods in Kazakhstan”, the KIMEP International Conference 2012 (KIRC), KIMEP, Almaty, Kazakhstan
  • “Portfolio Diversification Effect in the Capital Market of Kazakhstan: Empirical study based on KASE index” (with Sang Hoon Lee), IABE Conference 2011, June, Barcelona, Spain
  • “Business Combinations in the CIS – The Role of Individual Agents in Accounting for Control” (with Gavin Kretzschmar and Rashid Makarov), the KIMEP International Conference 2011 (KIRC), KIMEP, Almaty, Kazakhstan
  • “Do Revaluations of Fixed Assets Really Provide Reliable Measurement in Financial Reporting?” 6th KIMEP International Research Conference (KIRC 2009). KIMEP. Almaty, Kazakhstan
  • «Анализ финансового положения хозяйствующего субьекта». XXI век: Бухгалтерский учет и Аудит в Республике Казахстан. Конференция в КазГАУ. Алматы, Казахстан
Teaching Current Courses Taught

 

·         Financial Accounting

·         Management Accounting

·         Selected Topics in Accounting

·         International Financial Reporting Standards

·         Modern Research Studies in Accounting

·         Auditing

Grants  
Awards
  • Best Paper Award, awarded at Eurasia Business Research Conference, 16-18 June 2014, Istanbul Turkey, by World Business Institute
  • Kazakhstani Business Professor of the Year Award, awarded at the 2009 Lawyer, Academics and Consultants Awards. Almaty, Kazakhstan, 2009


Balzhan Zhussupova (1)

Balzhan Zhussupova, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, Department of Accounting and Finance

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Name Balzhan Zhussupova
Position Assistant Professor, Department of Accounting and Finance
Contact details b.zhussupova@kimep.kz, tel. ex: 2021
Education background PhD (studies on banking), Bangor University, Wales, UK
MBA (Banking and Finance), University of Wales, UK
Certifications Certified Internal Auditor (the Institute of Internal Auditors, US)
Certified Fraud Examiner (American Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, US)
Overview Professor Balzhan Zhussupova is a business practitioner teaching different courses in finance and accounting. She worked in financial institutions in macroeconomic research, credit analysis and internal audit function. Her current research interest focuses on studying the rationale for mandatory auditor rotation in banking industry. Another research area is the quality of financial disclosure and corporate governance characteristics in developing countries.
Research Interests Corporate frauds, auditing, banking, corporate governance and disclosure quality
Teaching interests – Auditing
– Fraud examination
– Financial institutions management/Bank management
Book chapter Altunbas Y., D. Marques-Ibanez and B. Zhussupova (2008). Capital market frictions and bank lending in the EU, in Frontiers of Banks in a Global Economy, Palgrave Macmillan. P. Molyneux and E. Vallelado (eds).


Alma Sharipova_2

Alma Sharipova, Ph. D. in Financial Economics

Assistant Professor in Banking and Finance

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Name Alma Sharipova
Position Assistant Professor in Banking and Finance
Contact detail a.sharipova@kimep.kz, ext: 2036
Education background PhD (Banking and Finance), Middlesex University Business School, UK

MSc (Research Methods for Business and Management), Middlesex University Business School, UK

MA (Central Banking), Hochschule für Technik und Wirtschaft Berlin, Germany

Overview Professor Alma Sharipova’s research interests are in the area of financial institutions and markets as they relate to financial systems stability. Specifically this includes empirical research on the role of central banking in promoting long-term financial institutions and markets sustainability.

Professor Alma Sharipova has a Doctorate in finance, economics and equivalent experience. She has a demonstrated track record in writing papers for publication. Professor Alma Sharipova’s paper was published in top ranked peer-reviewed Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions & Money. She has presented her different research papers at scientific conferences.

She worked at prestigious higher education institutions in the UK. She worked as a teaching fellow at the SOAS University of London, Economics Department, and at the University College London, School of Public Policy, University of London. Besides, she has skills of practical use of financial packages such as FAME/ Bankscope, DataStream and Bloomberg.

Research Interests  

·         Bank stability and competition

·         Financial system fragility

·         Regulation and central banking

·         Banking in Eastern European countries and the CISs

 

Selected Publications Articles (In English)

·         Sharipova, A. 2018. Bank Competition and Stability in the CISs Markets. Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions & Money, 54C, pp. 190-203

·         Sharipova, A. 2018. Cost and Profit Efficiency and Financial Integration in the CIS Countries (to be submitted to the REF-related journal)

 

Conference Papers

 

·         Bank Competition and Stability in the CIS markets

Paper presented at the 4th European Conference on Banking and the Economy (ECOBATE 2016)

Winchester, UK

·         Cost and profit efficiency and financial integration in the CISs

Paper presented  at 4th Global Conference on Economic Geography

Oxford University, UK

·         Technical Efficiency of the CISs Banks

Paper presentation at Research Summer Conference 2015

Middlesex University, London, UK

 

Teaching Current Courses Taught

·         Financial Institutions and Markets

·         Financial Institutions Management

·         Managerial Economics

·         Macroeconomics

 

Courses Taught at School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London

·         Banking and Finance

 

Courses Taught at University College London (UCL), University of London

·         Public policy,

·         Economics and Analysis

 

Courses Taught at Middlesex University Business School (London, UK)

·         Financial institutions

·         Economics

 

Awards Fully funded PhD in Financial Economics in January 2016 for 4 years. Middlesex University business School, London UK. The fund was given for studying banking sector stability, efficiency and competition in the former Soviet countries.


Monowar Mahmood (2)

Monowar Mahmood, Ph. D.

Professor of Management, Department of Management and Marketing/Bang College of Business

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Professor of Management at Bang College of Business, KIMEP University. He completed Ph.D. in Management Science from Manchester Business School (AACSB, EQUIS, & AMBA accredited), University of Manchester, UK; MA in Human Resource Management from University of Leeds (AACSB, EQUIS, & AMBA accredited), UK;  MBA from Saint Mary’s University (AACSB, EQUIS, & AMBA accredited), Canada.

Dr. Mahmood has numerous peer reviewed articles and 5 book chapters published by different international publishers. His articles published in the International Journal of Human Resource Management, Asia Pacific Journal of Human Resource Management, Education + Training, Corporate Governance, Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental Management, Journal of Cleaner Production, International Journal of Emerging Markets and other ranked journals. Book chapters are published by Routledge, UK; Springer, UK; and Business Expert Press, USA.

Research and Publications:

Dr. Mahmood has numerous peer reviewed articles and 5 book chapters published by different international publishers. His articles published in the International Journal of Human Resource Management, Asia Pacific Journal of Human Resource Management, Education + Training, Corporate Governance, Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental Management, Journal of Cleaner Production, International Journal of Emerging Markets and other ranked journals. Book chapters are published by Routledge, UK; Springer, UK; and Business Expert Press, USA.


Vladimir Garkavenko (2)

Vladimir Garkavenko, PhD

Associate Professor of Marketing

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Name Vladimir Garkavenko
Position Associate Professor of Marketing
Contact detail Phone: 270 44 40  Ext. 2171

E-mail: gvlad@kimep.kz

Education background PhD, Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand

MBS, Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand

PGDBA, (Management and International Business), Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand

MA, (French and Arabic Languages and Literature), Kiev State University, Ukraine

BA, (French and Arabic Languages and Literature), Kiev State University, Ukraine

Overview Professor Garkavenko research is focusing on the impact of information and communication technologies on distribution channels, cross-cultural marketing, service marketing, digital marketing, supplier-retailer-consumer relationships and consumer behavior as well as business practices in Central Asia. He also have a strong research interest in sustainable eco-tourism and hospitality, Health and Wellness Tourism Development in Kazakhstan, Heritage Tourism.

His particular research interest revolves around building a case study on KZ tourism industry to identify main issues in the emerging industry in the contest of “green economy”.  The research covers the structure of the KZ tourism industry and its main players, the core resources and attractions of the country as well as supporting factors such as infrastructure, accessibility, political will, some examples of the typical destination management and destination policy and planning such as quality of service experience, positioning and branding as well as monitoring and evaluation.  The research also focuses on the barriers to tourism development in the country and ICT adoption by the tourism industry and by the prospective consumers.

Research Interests  Marketing: Services Marketing, International Marketing, Distribution Channel, Suppliers-Retailers-Consumers Relationship, Developing Markets;

ICT Adoption : Intermediation-Disintermediation-Reintermediation; ICT Penetration, Perception And Adoption;

Tourism:: Tourism Planning and Development in Central Asia; High-Yield Tourism; Authenticity And Tourism; Eco-Cultural Tourism Development; Niche Tourism; Environmental Management; Hospitality Management; Business Social Responsibility & Ethics, Health and Wellness Tourism Development in Kazakhstan, Heritage Tourism.

Selected Publications Main refereed peer-reviewed publications:

Book:

Garkavenko, V. (2009). New Zealand Travel Agents in the Internet Era:  Impacts, Responses, and Relationships.  VDM Verlag: Saarbrucken, Germany.

Refereed published articles:

Smagulova, A., Shegebayev, M., Garkavenko, V. & Boolaky, M. (2009). Ethical Practices & Social Responsibility of Kazakhstani Tourism Business: A Pilot Study in the Tour Operator Sector. Central Asia Business Journal, 2, pp. 12-23.

Garkavenko V. (2012). Attitudes of New Zealand consumers towards travel agents’ services in the internet era. Global Science and Technology Forum Journal on Business Review (GSTF Business Review), 1(4).

Erdener, C. & Garkavenko, V. (2012). Money attitudes in Kazakhstan. Journal of International Business & Economics. 12(3), pp. 87-94.

Erdener, C. & Garkavenko, V. (2012). Business ethical decision making in Central Asia: preliminary evidence from Kazakhstan. European Journal of Management. 12(2), pp.117-121.

Tiberghien, G., Garkavenko, V. & Ashirbekova, M. (2013). Authenticity and eco-cultural tourism development in Kazakhstan: a country branding approach. European Journal of Tourism, Hospitality and Recreation. 4(1), 29-43.

Book chapters:

Garkavenko, V., Bremner, H. & Milne, S. (2003). Travel Agents in the Information Age’: New Zealand Experiences of Disintermediation. In Frew, A., Hitz, M. & P. O’Connor (eds). Information and Communication Technologies in Tourism – 2003, Springer Wien: New York, 467-476.

Garkavenko, V. & Milne, S. (2007). ICT and the travel industry: opportunities and challenges for the New Zealand travel agents’ market. In Pease, W., Rowe, M. & M. Cooper (Eds.), Information and Communication Technologies in Support of the Tourism Industry. Idea Group Publishing.

Garkavenko, V. & Milne, S. (2008). New Zealand Travel Agents in the Internet Era: Spatial Differences in ICT Impact, Adoption and Perception. In O’Connor P., Hopken W. & U. Gretzel (Eds.), Information and Communication Technologies in Tourism – 2008. Springer Wien: New York, 298-307.

Garkavenko, V., & Milne, S. (2008). ICT and the travel industry: Opportunities and challenges for the New Zealand travel agents’ market. In C. Van Slyke (Ed.), Information Communication Technologies: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools and Applications. Hershey, PA: IGI Global.

Baisakalova, A., & Garkavenko, V. (2014). Competitiveness of Tourism Industry in Kazakhstan. In Uysal M., Kantarci K. & V. Magnini (Eds.), Tourism in Central Asia: Issues and Challenges. Apple Academic Press: Waretown, New Jersey, USA.

Garkavenko, V., Tiberghien G. (2014). ICT diffusion and digital divide in Tourism: Kazakhstan perspective. In Uysal M., Kantarci K. & V. Magnini (Eds.), Tourism in Central Asia: Issues and Challenges. Apple Academic Press: Waretown, New Jersey, USA.

Tiberghien, G. & Garkavenko, V. (2014). Authenticity and eco-cultural tourism development in Kazakhstan: Potential and Challenges. In Uysal M., Kantarci K. & V. Magnini (Eds.), Tourism in Central Asia: Issues and Challenges. Apple Academic Press: Waretown, New Jersey, USA.

Papers published in refereed peer-reviewed conference proceedings

Garkavenko, V., Bremner, H. & Milne, S. (2002). Travel agents in the information age: impacts and responses. New Zealand Tourism and Hospitality Research Conference, 3-5 December 2002, Waiariki Institute of Technology, Rotorua, New Zealand.

Garkavenko, V. and Milne, S. (2004).  Travel Agents and disintermediation: exploring the complex competitive environment. International Conference “Tourism – The State of the Art II”, Glasgow, 27-30 June 2004.

Rybina, L. & Garkavenko, V. (2009). Internet adoption by prospective consumers: example of Kazakhstani, Russian and Ukrainian markets. VI KIMEP International Research Conference (6th KIRC), 23 – 24 April, Almaty, Kazakhstan.

Garkavenko, V., Surnina, S., Tiberghien, G. & Gimranova, D. (2009). Kazakhstan’s Travel Agent Sector: Main Issues, Impacts and Relationships. VI KIMEP International Research Conference (6th KIRC), 23 – 24 April, Almaty, Kazakhstan.

Garkavenko, V., Surnina, S., Tiberghien, G. & Gimranova, D. (2009). ICT impacts on the Kazakhstan travel industry. VI KIMEP International Research Conference (6th KIRC), 23 – 24 April, Almaty, Kazakhstan.

Smagulova, A., Shegebayev, M., Garkavenko, V. & Boolaky, M. (2009). Ethical Practices & Social Responsibility of Kazakhstani Tourism Business: A Pilot Study in the Tour Operator Sector. VI KIMEP International Research Conference (6th KIRC), 23 – 24 April, Almaty, Kazakhstan.

Garkavenko, V., Tiberghien, G., Surnina, S. & Gimranova, D. (2010). Information and communication technologies: Kazakhstan travel market perspective. Proceedings of ENTER 2010 – Information and Communication Technologies in Tourism.  The 17th International Conference on Information Technology and Travel & Tourism IFITT’s Global Travel

& Tourism Technology and eBusiness Forum. 10th-12th February 2010, Università della Svizzera Italiana, Lugano Switzerland.

Erdener, C. & Garkavenko, V. (2010). Attitudes about Money in Kazakhstan. Proceedings of VII KIMEP International Research Conference (7th KIRC), March 25-27, 2010, Almaty, Kazakhstan.

Garkavenko, V., Tiberghien, G. & Gimranova, D. (2010). Kazakhstan Travel Market and ICT Readiness: Consumer Dimension. Proceedings of VII KIMEP International Research Conference (7th KIRC), March 25-27, 2010, Almaty, Kazakhstan.

Tiberghien, G. & Garkavenko, V. (2010). What is Authenticity and What is Authentic in a Modern World: a Pilot Study of Cultural Heritage Tourism. Proceedings of VII KIMEP International Research Conference (7th KIRC), March 25-27, 2010, Almaty, Kazakhstan.

Tiberghien, G. & Garkavenko, V. (2010). Authenticity and eco-cultural tourism in New Zealand: the case of Whakarewarewa thermal village. Proceedings of the International Conference “Eco-tourism in Kazakhstan”, 26-27 August, 2010, Karaganda, Kazakhstan.

Tiberghien, G. & Garkavenko, V. (2011). Exploratory study on contributions of Information and Communication Technologies to the development of eco-cultural tourism in Central Kazakhstan. Proceedings of ENTER 2011 – Information and Communication Technologies in Tourism.  The International Conference on Information Technology and Travel & Tourism IFITT’s Global Travel & Tourism Technology and eBusiness Forum. 26th – 28th January 2011, Innsbruck, Austria.

Rybina, L., Garkavenko V., Ha Jin Hwang. (2011). Information and Communication Technology Adoption in Tourism: A Review of Theoretical Models. Proceedings of VIII KIMEP International Research Conference (8th KIRC), April 22-23, Almaty, Kazakhstan.

Erdener, C. & Garkavenko, V. (2011). Business Ethical Decision Making in Kazakhstan. Proceedings of VIII KIMEP International Research Conference (8th KIRC), April 22-23, Almaty, Kazakhstan.

Kadyrova, D., Maratov, A., Bolatbekuly, O., Laulanov, A., Gimranova, D. & Garkavenko, V. (2011). The ICT development Index in Kazakhstan: The Focus on Business Environment. Proceedings of VIII KIMEP International Research Conference (8th KIRC), April 22-23, Almaty, Kazakhstan.

Erdener, C. & Garkavenko, V. (2011). Attitude about money in Kazakhstan: extended research. Proceedings of VIII KIMEP International Research Conference (8th KIRC), April 22-23, Almaty, Kazakhstan.

Garkavenko, V., Tiberghien G. (2011). Information and communication technologies adoption by the Kazakhstan travel market. Proceedings of Eurasia Business and Economics Society (EBES) 2011 Conference – Istanbul, June 1-3, 2011, Istanbul, Turkey.

Tiberghien G., Garkavenko, V. (2011). Authenticity and eco-cultural tourism in Kazakhstan. Proceedings of Eurasia Business and Economics Society (EBES) 2011 Conference – Istanbul, June 1-3, 2011, Istanbul, Turkey.

Erdener, C. & Garkavenko, V. (2011). Doing business in Central Asia: the meaning of money in Kazakhstan. (Extended Abstract). Proceedings of The European Business Ethics Network (EBEN) 24th Annual Conference “Dare to Care: building a caring organisation”, 15-17 September 2011, Antwerp, Belgium.

Garkavenko, V. & Tiberghien G. (2011). Kazakhstan’s travel industry: its history, current structure, and perspective for global integration. Proceedings of the World Research Summit for Tourism and Hospitality, 10-13 December 2011, Hong Kong.

Tiberghien G. & Garkavenko V. (2011). Exploratory study on contributions of the perception of authenticity to the development of eco-cultural tourism in Central Kazakhstan. Proceedings of the World Research Summit for Tourism and Hospitality, 10-13 December 2011, Hong Kong.

Abubakirova J. & Garkavenko V. (2012). Tourism development in Central Asia from potential to tourism product: Marketing issues. Proceedings of IX KIMEP International Research Conference (9th KIRC), April 19-21, 2012, Almaty, Kazakhstan.

Garkavenko, V. & Tiberghien, G. (2012). Kazakhstan’s travel industry: past and future – perspective for global integration. Proceedings of IX KIMEP International Research Conference (9th KIRC), April 19-21, 2012, Almaty, Kazakhstan.

Tiberghien, G. & Garkavenko, V. (2012). Eco-cultural tourism development and perception of authenticity in Kazakhstan: a supply side analysis. Proceedings of IX KIMEP International Research Conference (9th KIRC), April 19-21, 2012, Almaty, Kazakhstan.

Akhmetbayeva, A. & Garkavenko, V. (2013). Managing New Product Development Process: Case of Samsung Electronics. Proceedings of X KIMEP International Research Conference “Central Asia in the Global Community:

Challenges and Opportunities”, (10th) April 4-6, 2013, Almaty, Kazakhstan.

Nugumanova, Z. & Garkavenko, V. (2013). Market of Small Hotels in Almaty:

Marketing Strategic Planning of Hotel ALMA. Proceedings of X KIMEP International Research Conference “Central Asia in the Global Community: Challenges and Opportunities”, (10th) April 4-6, 2013, Almaty, Kazakhstan.

Baisakalova, A. & Garkavenko, V. (2013). Trends in International Competitiveness of Tourism Industry in Kazakhstan. Proceedings of X KIMEP International Research Conference “Central Asia in the Global Community:

Challenges and Opportunities”, (10th) April 4-6, 2013, Almaty, Kazakhstan.

Abylkassimova Z., Garkavenko V. & L. Rybina (2014). Issues and challenges of medical tourism development in Kazakhstan: Case of Alakol. Proceedings of XI KIMEP International Research Conference “Central Asia in the Information Age”, April 3-5, 2014, Almaty, Kazakhstan.

Aleshkina Y., Garkavenko V. & A. Ostrovsky (2014). Social marketing as a part of brand platform building. Proceedings of XI KIMEP International Research Conference “Central Asia in the Information Age”, April 3-5, 2014, Almaty, Kazakhstan.

Izbassarova M., Garkavenko V. & L. Rybina (2014). Ethical Issues in Marketing Research in Telecommunication Industry of Kazakhstan. Proceedings of XI KIMEP International Research Conference “Central Asia in the Information Age”, April 3-5, 2014, Almaty, Kazakhstan.

Kozhakhmetova D., Garkavenko V. & L. Rybina (2014). Green Marketing: A Study of Consumers’ Attitude towards Environment Friendly Products in Kazakhstan. Proceedings of XI KIMEP International Research Conference “Central Asia in the Information Age”, April 3-5, 2014, Almaty, Kazakhstan.

Maikibaeva N., Garkavenko V. & A. Ostrovsky (2014).  The Role of Marketing in formation of Corporate Culture of Kazakhstani companies. Proceedings of XI KIMEP International Research Conference “Central Asia in the Information Age”, April 3-5, 2014, Almaty, Kazakhstan.

Erdener, C. & Garkavenko, V. (2015). Basic Human Values of Students at KIMEP University, Kazakhstan. XII KIMEP International Research Conference “Central Asia in the Information Age”, April 3-5, 2015, Almaty, Kazakhstan.

Erdener, C. & Garkavenko, V. (2015). Universal values in Kazakhstan: An empirical examination. Eurasia Business and Economics Society (EBES) 2015 Conference – Istanbul, May 29-30, 2015. Istanbul, Turkey. Accepted for oral presentation.

Erdener, C. & Garkavenko, V. (2015). Money and Values in a Transitional Economy:  Illustrations from Kazakhstan. Eurasia Business and Economics Society (EBES) 2015 Conference – Istanbul, May 29-30, 2015. Istanbul, Turkey. Accepted for oral presentation.

Garkavenko, V. (2016). An overview of Silk Road Collaborative Initiatives: Tourism Perspective. Proceedings of XIII KIMEP International Research Conference “Economic Integration along the New Silk Road: Opportunities and Challenges”, April 8-9, 2016, Almaty, Kazakhstan.

Yessengulova, A., Garkavenko, V. & Dumlupinar, B. (2016). Online Advertisement in Kazakhstan: Customers’ Preferences and Factors that Influence Consumer Behavior. Proceedings of XIII KIMEP International Research Conference “Economic Integration along the New Silk Road: Opportunities and Challenges”, April 8-9, 2016, Almaty, Kazakhstan.

Erdener, C. & Garkavenko, V. (2017). Past, Present and Future Research on Money Attitudes in Kazakhstan: A Developing Research Agenda. Proceedings of XIV KIMEP International Research Conference, April 7-8, 2017, Almaty, Kazakhstan.

Lee, S., Garkavenko, V. & Erdener, C. (2017). An Integrative Model for Examining Money Attitudes in Central Asia: An Application of Cultural Perspectives to Finance. Proceedings of XIV KIMEP International Research Conference, April 7-8, 2017, Almaty, Kazakhstan.

Sandibekova, A., Dumlupinar, B. & Garkavenko, V. (2017). Instagram as a marketing tool for small and medium sized businesses in Kazakhstan. Proceedings of XIV KIMEP International Research Conference, April 7-8, 2017, Almaty, Kazakhstan.

Ostrovsky, A., Garkavenko, V. & Rybina, L. (2017). Consumer animosity and conservatism of Kazakhstani consumers toward foreign products. Proceedings of XIV KIMEP International Research Conference, April 7-8, 2017, Almaty, Kazakhstan.

Ostrovsky, A., Garkavenko, V. & Rybina, L. (2017). Application of mixed methods in marketing research. Proceedings of XIV KIMEP International Research Conference, April 7-8, 2017, Almaty, Kazakhstan.

Rybina, L., Garkavenko, V. & Abylkassimova, Z. (2017). Issues and Challenges of Health and Wellness Tourism Development in Kazakhstan: Case of Lake Alakol. Proceedings of the 1st Global Congress of Special Interest Tourism & Hospitality (GloSITH), June 24-26 2017, Beppu, Japan.

Rybina, L., Garkavenko, V. & Ostrovsky, A. (2017). Transition Age Youth’s Conflict Resolution Strategies in Selecting Travel Destination by Tourists from Central Asia. Proceedings of the 1st Global Congress of Special Interest Tourism & Hospitality (GloSITH), June 24-26 2017, Beppu, Japan.

Rybina, L., Reardon, J. & Garkavenko, V. (2017). The Impact of Consumer Ethnocentrism and its Antecedents on Airline Preference among Kazakhstani Travelers. Proceedings of the 1st Global Congress of Special Interest Tourism & Hospitality (GloSITH), June 24-26 2017, Beppu, Japan.

Rybina, L. & Garkavenko, V. (2017). From Heritage and Medicine to Fashion and Consumerism: Generations Gap in Korean Diaspora Tourism to Homeland. Proceedings of the 1st International Conference of Health-Oriented Tourism (The 1st ICoHOT), Beppu, Japan, December 2 – 4, 2017.

Rybina, L. & Garkavenko, V. (2017). Perceived Benefits of Animal-Assisted Therapy in Health-Oriented Tourism. Proceedings of the 1st International Conference of Health-Oriented Tourism (The 1st ICoHOT), Beppu, Japan, December 2 – 4, 2017.

Conferences Attended (papers presented)

Garkavenko, V., Bremner, H. & Milne, S. (2002). Travel agents in the information age: impacts and responses. New Zealand Tourism and Hospitality Research Conference, 3-5 December 2002, Waiariki Institute of Technology, Rotorua, New Zealand.

Garkavenko, V., Bremner, H. & Milne, S. (2003). Travel Agents in the Information Age’: New Zealand Experiences of Disintermediation. ENTER 2003 – Information and Communication Technologies in Tourism, 29th – 31st January, Helsinki, Finland.

Garkavenko, V. and Milne, S. (2004).  Travel Agents and disintermediation: exploring the complex competitive environment. International Conference “Tourism – The State of the Art II”, Glasgow, 27-30 June 2004.

Garkavenko, V. & Milne, S. (2008). New Zealand Travel Agents in the Internet Era: Spatial Differences in ICT Impact, Adoption and Perception. ENTER 2008 – Information and Communication Technologies in Tourism. 23rd – 25th January, Innsbruck, Austria.

Rybina, L. & Garkavenko, V. (2009). Internet adoption by prospective consumers: example of Kazakhstani, Russian and Ukrainian markets. VI KIMEP International Research Conference (6th KIRC), 23 – 24 April, Almaty, Kazakhstan.

Garkavenko, V., Surnina, S., Tiberghien, G. & Gimranova, D. (2009). Kazakhstan’s Travel Agent Sector: Main Issues, Impacts and Relationships. VI KIMEP International Research Conference (6th KIRC), 23 – 24 April, Almaty, Kazakhstan.

Garkavenko, V., Surnina, S., Tiberghien, G. & Gimranova, D. (2009). ICT impacts on the Kazakhstan travel industry. VI KIMEP International Research Conference (6th KIRC), 23 – 24 April, Almaty, Kazakhstan.

Smagulova, A., Shegebayev, M., Garkavenko, V. & Boolaky, M. (2009). Ethical Practices & Social Responsibility of Kazakhstani Tourism Business: A Pilot Study in the Tour Operator Sector. VI KIMEP International Research Conference (6th KIRC), 23 – 24 April, Almaty, Kazakhstan.

Garkavenko, V., Tiberghien, G., Surnina, S. &  Gimranova, D. (2010). Information and communication technologies: Kazakhstan travel market perspective. ENTER 2010 – Information and Communication Technologies in Tourism.  The 17th International Conference on Information Technology and Travel & Tourism IFITT’s Global Travel & Tourism Technology and eBusiness Forum. 10th-12th February 2010, Università della Svizzera Italiana, Lugano Switzerland.

Erdener, C. & Garkavenko, V. (2010). Attitudes about Money in Kazakhstan. VII KIMEP International Research Conference (7th KIRC), March 25-27, 2010, Almaty, Kazakhstan.

Garkavenko, V., Tiberghien, G. & Gimranova, D. (2010). Kazakhstan Travel Market and ICT Readiness: Consumer Dimension. VII KIMEP International Research Conference (7th KIRC), March 25-27, 2010, Almaty, Kazakhstan.

Tiberghien, G. & Garkavenko, V. (2010). What is Authenticity and What is Authentic in a Modern World: a Pilot Study of Cultural Heritage Tourism. VII KIMEP International Research Conference (7th KIRC), March 25-27, 2010, Almaty, Kazakhstan.

Tiberghien, G. & Garkavenko, V. (2010). Authenticity and eco-cultural tourism in New Zealand: the case of Whakarewarewa thermal village. International Conference “Eco-tourism in Kazakhstan”, 26-27 August, 2010, Karaganda, Kazakhstan.

Tiberghien, G. & Garkavenko, V. (2011). Exploratory study on contributions of Information and Communication Technologies to the development of eco-cultural tourism in Central Kazakhstan. ENTER 2011 – Information and Communication Technologies in Tourism.  The International Conference on Information Technology and Travel & Tourism IFITT’s Global Travel & Tourism Technology and eBusiness Forum. 26th – 28th January 2011, Innsbruck, Austria.

Rybina, L., Garkavenko V., Ha Jin Hwang. (2011). Information and Communication Technology Adoption in Tourism: A Review of Theoretical Models. VIII KIMEP International Research Conference (8th KIRC), April 22-23, Almaty, Kazakhstan.

Erdener, C. & Garkavenko, V. (2011). Business Ethical Decision Making in Kazakhstan. VIII KIMEP International Research Conference (8th KIRC), April 22-23, Almaty, Kazakhstan.

Kadyrova, D., Maratov, A., Bolatbekuly, O., Laulanov, A., Gimranova, D. & Garkavenko, V. (2011). The ICT development Index in Kazakhstan: The Focus on Business Environment. VIII KIMEP International Research Conference (8th KIRC), April 22-23, Almaty, Kazakhstan.

Erdener, C. & Garkavenko, V. (2011). Attitude about money in Kazakhstan: extended research. VIII KIMEP International Research Conference (8th KIRC), April 22-23, Almaty, Kazakhstan.

Garkavenko, V., Tiberghien G. (2011). Information and communication technologies adoption by the Kazakhstan travel market. Eurasia Business and Economics Society (EBES) 2011 Conference – Istanbul, June 1-3, 2011, Istanbul, Turkey.

Tiberghien G., Garkavenko, V. (2011). Authenticity and eco-cultural tourism in Kazakhstan. Eurasia Business and Economics Society (EBES) 2011 Conference – Istanbul, June 1-3, 2011, Istanbul, Turkey.

Erdener, C. & Garkavenko, V. (2011). Doing business in Central Asia: the meaning of money in Kazakhstan. The European Business Ethics Network (EBEN) 24th Annual Conference “Dare to Care: building a caring organisation”, 15-17 September 2011, Antwerp, Belgium.

Garkavenko, V. (2011, Accepted as the oral paper). Kazakhstan’s travel industry: its history, current structure, and perspective for global integration. World Research Summit for Tourism and Hospitality, 10-13 December 2011, Hong Kong.

Tiberghien G. & Garkavenko V. (2011, accepted as the poster paper). Exploratory study on contributions of the perception of authenticity to the development of eco-cultural tourism in Central Kazakhstan. World Research Summit for Tourism and Hospitality, 10-13 December 2011, Hong Kong.

Abubakirova J., Garkavenko V. & Tiberghien, G.  (2012). Tourism development in Central Asia from potential to tourism product: Marketing issues. IX KIMEP International Research Conference (9th KIRC), April 19-21, 2012, Almaty, Kazakhstan.

Ashirbekova M., Tiberghien, G. & Garkavenko, V. (2012). Current issues in Kazakhstan nation branding. IX KIMEP International Research Conference (9th KIRC), April 19-21, 2012, Almaty, Kazakhstan.

Erdener, C. & Garkavenko, V. (2012). An application of business ethical theories in Kazakhstan. IX KIMEP International Research Conference (9th KIRC), April 19-21, 2012, Almaty, Kazakhstan.

Garkavenko, V. & Tiberghien, G. (2012). Kazakhstan’s travel industry: past and future – perspective for global integration. IX KIMEP International Research Conference (9th KIRC), April 19-21, 2012, Almaty, Kazakhstan.

Tiberghien, G. & Garkavenko, V. (2012). Eco-cultural tourism development and perception of authenticity in Kazakhstan: a supply side analysis. IX KIMEP International Research Conference (9th KIRC), April 19-21, 2012, Almaty, Kazakhstan.

Tiberghien, G., Garkavenko, V. & Ashirbekova, M. (2012). Authenticity and eco-cultural tourism development in Kazakhstan: a country branding approach. 1st EJTHR International Conference on Destination Branding, Heritage & Authenticity, University of Santiago de Compostela (Spain). 21 – 22nd June 2012.

Akhmetbayeva, A. & Garkavenko, V. (2013). Managing New Product Development Process: Case of Samsung Electronics. X KIMEP International Research Conference “Central Asia in the Global Community:

Challenges and Opportunities”, (10th) April 4-6, 2013, Almaty, Kazakhstan.

Baisakalova, A. & Garkavenko, V. (2013). Trends in International Competitiveness of Tourism Industry in Kazakhstan. X KIMEP International Research Conference “Central Asia in the Global Community:

Challenges and Opportunities”, (10th) April 4-6, 2013, Almaty, Kazakhstan.

Nugumanova, Z. & Garkavenko, V. (2013). Market of Small Hotels in Almaty: Marketing Strategic Planning of Hotel ALMA. X KIMEP International Research Conference “Central Asia in the Global Community:

Challenges and Opportunities”, (10th) April 4-6, 2013, Almaty, Kazakhstan.

Abylkassimova Z., Garkavenko V. & L. Rybina (2014). Issues and challenges of medical tourism development in Kazakhstan: Case of Alakol. XI KIMEP International Research Conference “Central Asia in the Information Age”, April 3-5, 2014, Almaty, Kazakhstan.

Aleshkina Y., Garkavenko V. & A. Ostrovsky (2014). Social marketing as a part of brand platform building. XI KIMEP International Research Conference “Central Asia in the Information Age”, April 3-5, 2014, Almaty, Kazakhstan.

Izbassarova M., Garkavenko V. & L. Rybina (2014). Ethical Issues in Marketing Research in Telecommunication Industry of Kazakhstan. XI KIMEP International Research Conference “Central Asia in the Information Age”, April 3-5, 2014, Almaty, Kazakhstan.

Kozhakhmetova D., Garkavenko V. & L. Rybina (2014). Green Marketing: A Study of Consumers’ Attitude towards Environment Friendly Products in Kazakhstan. XI KIMEP International Research Conference “Central Asia in the Information Age”, April 3-5, 2014, Almaty, Kazakhstan.

Maikibaeva N., Garkavenko V. & A. Ostrovsky (2014).  The Role of Marketing in formation of Corporate Culture of Kazakhstani companies. XI KIMEP International Research Conference “Central Asia in the Information Age”, April 3-5, 2014, Almaty, Kazakhstan.

Rybina L., Reardon J. & V. Garkavenko (2017). The Impact of Consumer Ethnocentrism and its Antecedents on Airline Preference among Kazakhstani Travelers. The 1st Global Congress of Special Interest Tourism & Hospitality (GLOSITH) Conference, 24 – 26 June 2017, Beppu, Japan.

Rybina L., Garkavenko V. & Z. Abylkassimova (2017). Issues and Challenges of Health and Wellness Tourism Development in Kazakhstan: Case of Lake Alakol. The 1st Global Congress of Special Interest Tourism & Hospitality (GLOSITH) Conference, 24 – 26 June 2017, Beppu, Japan.

Rybina L., Garkavenko V. & A. Ostrovsky (2017). Transition Age Youth’s Conflict Resolution Strategies in Selecting Travel Destination by Tourists from Central Asia. The 1st Global Congress of Special Interest Tourism & Hospitality (GLOSITH) Conference, 24 – 26 June 2017, Beppu, Japan.

Professional Conferences, Seminars &Workshops

Chairman of the Workshop on “Authenticity and eco-cultural tourism practices”. (2010). International Conference “Eco-tourism in Kazakhstan”, 26-27 August, 2010, Karaganda, Kazakhstan.

Leader of the US Department of Commerce SABIT International Seminar “Strategies for the development of local sustainable tourism” for tourism business specialists (owners, top managers) and experts from five Central Asian countries (Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan) within SABIT (Special American Business Internship Training) Program, US Department of Commerce, Uzbekistan, Bukhara, 2-3 March, 2011.

Round table “Community Based Eco-Tourism in Kazakhstan”, organized by Kazakhstan Tourist Association, Ecotourism Kazakhstan and Bloomingfeld.  22 April 2011, Almaty, Kazakhstan.

Conference “The Future of Hospitality – Green Hospitality” with EHL (Ecole hôtelière de Lausanne) and the Embassy of Switzerland in Kazakhstan. Presentation “Sustainability in Kazakhstan: Tourism and Hospitality industry challenges”.  25 May 2011, KIMEP, Almaty, Kazakhstan.

Abacus Corporate Travel Conference (2011). “New Opportunities in Travel Management”. 14 September 2011, Almaty, Kazakhstan.

UNDP Seventh Ministerial Conference “Environment for Europe” (2011). Organized by UNECE and UNDP. 21-23 September 2011, Astana, Kazakhstan.

KIMEP University BCB Research Seminar (2011). Garkavenko V. & G. Tibergien: Business Ethics in Central Asia – A Research Agenda in Tourism, 21 October 2011, KIMEP, Almaty, Kazakhstan.

KIMEP University BCB Research Seminar (2012). Garkavenko V. & G. Tibergien: Current issues in Kazakhstan national branding. April 2012, KIMEP, Almaty, Kazakhstan.

KIMEP Central Asian Studies Center (CASC) public lecture series (2012). Garkavenko V. & G. Tibergien: Tourism in Kazakhstan: To Be or Not to Be? 27 April 2012, KIMEP, Almaty, Kazakhstan.

V Astana Economic Forum (2012). 22-24 May 2012, Astana, Kazakhstan.

Leader of the Seminar/Workshop “Strategic Marketing” for ‘Sberbank Kazakhstan”, November 2012, Almaty, Kazakhstan.

VI Astana Economic Forum (2013). 22-24 May 2013, Astana, Kazakhstan.

UNWTO Silk Road round table: Enhancing collaboration for Sustainable Tourism Development – Developing a Roadmap for the Silk Roads Heritage Corridors, Tourism Strategy Workshop (2013). Organized by United Nations

World Tourism Organization (UNWTO), UNESCO, World Heritage convention and Ministry of Industry and New Technologies of RK (MINT). 7-8 October 2013, Almaty, Kazakhstan.

UNWTO First Euro-Asian Ski Resorts Conference: Developing New Destinations for Snow Tourism (2013). Organized by United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO), and Ministry of Industry and New Technologies of RK (MINT). 8-9 October, 2013, Almaty, Kazakhstan.

Abacus Corporate Travel Conference (2013). “How to save on Business Trips? Opportunities in Travel Management”. 29-30 October 2013, Almaty, Kazakhstan.

Leader of the US Department of Commerce SABIT International Seminar “Strategies for the sustainable development of tourism and hospitality” for tourism business specialists (owners, top managers) and experts from three Central Asian countries (Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan) within SABIT (Special American Business Internship Training) Program, US Department of Commerce, Kyrgyzstan, Bishkek, 13 December, 2013.

VII Astana Economic Forum (2014). 21-23 May 2014, Astana, Kazakhstan.

International Conference (2015). “Social Tourism: Accessibility for All”, 23 September 2015, Almaty, Kazakhstan.

KIMEP University BCB Research Seminar (2015). Vladimir Garkavenko & Carolyn Erdener: “Egyptian Tourism Industry Responses to Currency Devaluation in 2001:  Are There Some Lessons for Kazakhstan?”, 23 October 2015, KIMEP, Almaty, Kazakhstan.

International Workshop (2016). “Accessible tourism in the natural zones of Kazakhstan”, 02 June 2016, Almaty, Kazakhstan.

Teaching ·         Advanced Marketing/Intermediate Marketing

·         Strategic Marketing

·         Cases in Marketing

·         Principles and Practices in Tourism

·         Hospitality Management

·         New Product Development

·         International Marketing

·         Research Methods in Marketing (Undergrad, Graduate)

·         Marketing Research (Undergrad, Graduate)

·         Cross-Cultural Marketing

·         Services Marketing (Undergrad, Graduate)

·         Marketing Management (MBA)

·         Special Topics in Marketing (DBA)

·         Research Methods (DBA)

·         Special Topics in Information Systems (DBA)

·         Marketing Research and Strategy (ExMBA)

·         Research Methods (ExMBA)

Awards 2017 – KIMEP University Faculty Teaching Excellence Award for 2016-2017 Academic Year.


Dinara Seitova (6)

Dinara Seitova, Ph. D.

Assistant Professor of Management

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Name Dinara Seitova
Position Assistant Professor of Management
Contact detail  

sdinara@kimep.kz, ex. 2162

Education background PhD (Human Resource Development/Management), Texas A&M University, USA

MS (HRD/HRM), Texas A& M University, USA

BA,  Kazakh State University of World Languages and International Relations, Almaty, Kazakhstan

Overview Research interest focuses on tendencies of HRM in Kazakhstan in different companies. Also, she is interested in Human Resource Development in Kazakhstan at different levels: individual professional, company and country. More specifically, the focus is on the dynamics between these levels and its impact on national human resource development in the country.
Research Interests ·         Development of Training programs for professional development for university employees in Kazakhstan and other types of organizations in the country

·         Training & Development programs for faculty in Kazakhstani universities

·         Trends: Global and Regional in  National Human Resource Development

Projects,

Conferences, Publications

·         2017-2018:  Under auspices of  International Academy of Human Resource Development , working on the series of books dedicated  to “Women in Leadership” and  co-authoring  with Dr. Gary McLean, on the book entitled “Central Asia and Kazakhstan : Women  in Leadership”.

·         2015-2016 :   Fully developed  the  research  proposal  for  the  project: “Challenges of  forming professional competencies in the system of higher education of Kazakhstan  in the context of  integration  into the international educational arena” . This project won in a state level competition among all universities and approved by the Research Committee under the Ministry of Education & Science of Kazakhstan.

·         Participation in an international project conducted by the Ministry of Education & Science of RK in collaboration with the US National Academy of Science in 2007. It was termed: “A national level audit of current science and technological potential of Kazakhstan”. The implications/findings indicated by the audit served as a foundation for a number of Government official documents including the “State Development Strategy for Kazakhstan” (2007-2008).

·         UN project as a Kazakhstani expert in to collecting, analyzing data and writing a report on “National Development of Human Resources in Kazakhstan”, 2006-2007.

·         Seitova, D. (2016). Perspectives on Higher Education Faculty Development: Implications for National Human Resource Development in Kazakhstan.  International Journal of Environmental and Science Education, 11 (18), pp11081.

·         Seitova, D. (2015).  Human Resource Development Tendencies in the Republic of Kazakhstan. Market Problems: Methodology, Analysis,  Recommendations, Volume 1,   March 2015, pp.60-65.

·         Seitova, D. (2015).  Higher Education Reforms in Kazakhstan. News: National Academy of Science, Volume 1, January 2015, pp.140-147.

Teaching Current Courses Taught

·         Human Resource Management

·         Training and Development

·         Business Communication

·         Decision Making

·         Credit Internship in Management

Grants ·
Awards ·         International Scholarship “Bolashak” from the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan (2005-2009).


Gulnara Moldasheva (4)

Gulnara Moldasheva, DBA

Assistant Professor of Finance

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Name Gulnara B. Moldasheva
Position Assistant Professor of Finance
Contact detail mgulnara@kimep.kz, Ph:+727 2704440 ext. 2134
Education background DBA in Finance, KIMEP University, Almaty, Kazakhstan

MBA certified in Financial Management, Bled School of Business, Slovenia

JFDP certified in Business Administration, Indiana University, USA

MBA certified, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark

MA  in Economics, KIMEP, Almaty, Kazakhstan

PhD in Math, Research Computer Centre of Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia

MSc in Applied Mathematics, KazGU, Almaty, Kazakhstan

Overview Professor Moldasheva’s primary research interest focuses on studying the influence of Corporate Governance issues on financial performance of the companies in Central Asia. Specifically, she examines the effect corporate governance on quality of bank loans performance, profitability of banks, and, also the influence of corporate governance variables on financial performance of non- financial companies. The second area of her interests is international trade and  foreign exchange rates impact on the development of emerging and transition countries. The third aspect of Moldasheva’s research is the effects monetary policy of central banks on the improvement of the regulation of financial sector in Kazakhstan. Professor Moldasheva’s articles have published in Emerald, Journal of Education Training, European Journal ”Corporate Ownership & Control”, European Journal of Economics, Finance and Administrative Sciences, World Academy of Science, Engineering And  Technology : International Science Index, International Journal of Economics and Finance Studies, Central Asia Business Journal, in Book: International Competition: The View from Central Asia, Central Asia Monitor, and in others international and local journal. She has published more than 100 articles.
Research Interests ·         Corporate Governance: Analyzing influence of governance issues on performance of the companies.

·         International Finance: Effect of Exchange rate policy on international trade and economic growth.

·         Monetary Policy of Central Bank: Impact of base rate on performance in banking system

·         Multinational Enterprises:  Financial Performance of MNC in transition economies

Selected Publications Articles (In English)

  • Gulnara Moldasheva ( 2017), “Exchange rate, Bank loans performance and Monetary policy in Kazakhstan”, Proceedings of MIAR 2017,  Astana, Kazakhstan, .pp. 1-26
  • Gulnara Moldasheva ( 2015), “Governance practices in emerging markets: evidence from Kazakhstan financial system Journal ”Corporate Ownership & Control “, Volume 13, Issue 1, Autumn

·             Gulnara B. Moldasheva and Keun Jung Lee ,”Corporate Governance, Leverage and Performance of Non-Financial Firms in Kazakhstan, European Journal of Economics, Finance and Administrative Sciences, ISSN 1450-2275,Issue 81,pp. 36-51, October, 2015,8, pp.889-906, ISSN 1727-9232 ,1810-0368,1810-3057

·            Gulnara Moldasheva (2015), “Ownership, Management Responsibility and Corporate Performance of the Listed Firms in Kazakhstan”, World Academy Of Science, Engineering And  Technology : International Science Index: Online Special Journal, Vol:9, No:7, Year:2015

·          Gulnara Moldasheva and Monowar Mahmood, (2014),Personality, learning strategies, and academic performance: Evidence from post-Soviet Kazakhstan, Emerald, Journal of Education Training, April, 2014, http://www.scimagojr.com/index.php

  •  Gulnara Moldasheva, (2013), The Managerial Ownership Impact on Bank Performance and Risk:

Evidence from banks listed in Bloomberg , http://www.world-finance-conference, proceedings.com/node/280

·          Gulnara Moldasheva, (2013), World Finance & Banking Symposium, 16-17 December, 2013, Beijing, China,  Paper: Corporate Governance Influence on Capital Structure: Evidence from Kazakh Listed companies, http://www.world-finance-conference.com/sites/default/files/proceedingonline-%20publish.pdf

·         Gulnara Moldasheva, (2013), World Finance Conference, Cyprus, Paper: Corporate Governance Influence on Capital Structure: Evidence from Kazakh Listed Financial Institutions. , 1-3 July, http://www.world-finance-conference.com/sites/default/files/proceedingonline-%20publish.pdf

  • Gulnara Moldasheva, (2013), Exchange rate pass-through into Import Prices: Evidence from Central Asia, International Journal of Economics and Finance Studies, Vol. 5 No.1, 2013,11 p.
  • Gulnara Moldasheva, (2013), The Impact of Corporate Governance on capital structure choice: Evidence from Financial Institutions in Kazakhstan, Central Asia Business Journal, Vol. 5 No. 1. p.21-31

·      Gulnara Moldasheva, (2012), Academic motivation and personality traits among BCB students , IX KIMEP International Research Conference, 19-21 April, 2012, Almaty, Kazakhstan (Conference Proceedings, pp.88-91)

·            Gulnara Moldasheva, (2012), Corporate Governance influence on capital structure of Kazakhstan listed companies, IX KIMEP International Research Conference, 19-21 April, 2012, Almaty, Kazakhstan (Conference Proceedings, pp.124-135)

·         Gulnara Moldasheva, (2002), Economic Prospects For Central Asia: Competing In The Global Market Place, Continuity and Change in Central and Inner Asia, No.5, pp.85-104, Toronto University, Asian Institute, Canada, 2002

·         Gulnara Moldasheva, (2001), International Competition: The View from Central Asia, Central Asia Monitor, Vol.3, 2001, Washington, DC

·         Gulnara Moldasheva, (2001), International Competition, Bloomington, Indiana University, IAUNRC, March 2001

·         Gulnara Moldasheva, (2001), Uncertainty Analysis in the financial environment of International Trade: Kazakhstan in a changing Central Asia, ISA web-publishing, Chicago, 2001, http://www.isanet.org/archive/moldasheva.html·         Gulnara Moldasheva, (2001), Trade Environment In Central Asia, Wisconsin University, Madison, CASC, http://www.wisc.edu/creeca/conferences/caworkshop.html

  • Gulnara Moldasheva, (1999), Multinational Corporate Pricing, Taxation and Problems in International Trade, Almaty, Public Policy Research Centre, KIMEP, working paper, 1998/1999, pp. 13-33.
  • Gulnara Moldasheva, (1997), Adaptation of Kazakhstan to the World Trade Organisation, Almaty-Athens, report, 1997, 133 pages.
  • Gulnara Moldasheva, (1995), Social, Economic & Political Analysis of Kokchetau, Placer Dome Inc. (Canada), report, June, 1995, 38 pages, pre-print.
  • Gulnara Moldasheva, (1994), “Establishing the Business Informational Centre at KIME”, RH &H Consult, Project, Copenhagen Denmark, December 1994, 16 pages, pre-print.

Articles (In Russian)

·         Гульнара Б. Молдашева , 2008.   “Корпоративное управление и классические модели формирования капитала”, Журнал: Вестник бизнес образования,№1, 2008, МАБ, Стр. 92-95

  • Gulnara Moldasheva, (1984), The Stability and Circles in the Model of International Trade and Currency Exchange, Computer Research Centre of Academy of Sciences, Pre-printed book, USSR, Moscow, 1984, 52 pages.
  • Gulnara Moldasheva, (1983), Equilibrium Investigation in the model of International Trade and currency exchange, United Institute of Scientific and technical information and research, Pre-printed book, USSR, Moscow, 1983, 26p.
  • Gulnara Moldasheva, (1979), The Mathematical Model of International Trade and currency Exchange, Computer Research Centre of Academy of Sciences, Models and algorithms of planning of complex systems-pre-printed book, USSR, Moscow, 1979, pp.51-71

Conference Papers

1. Гульнара Б. Молдашева, 2004.   Корпоративное управление и развитие ТНК в Казахстане., « Бизнес и образование: вектор развития», IV Международная научно-практическая конференция, посвященная 15-летию Международной Академии Бизнеса,  Том 1, Алматы, 2004 г.,0.45 п.л.

 2. Гульнара Б. Молдашева, 2004.   Финансовые модели корпоративного управления  фирмами. Cборник  международной научно-практической конференции  «Теоретические и  практические аспекты индустриально-инновационного развития  Республики  Казахстан»,посвященную  100-летию Ф.А. Жеребятьева, 12-13 ноября 2004 года, Том 2, г. Алматы, 0,45 п.л.

3. Gulnara Moldasheva, 2012. Capital Structure and Corporate Governance: A Multivariate Analysis of Listed Kazakh Companies , EBES 2012, Istanbul Conference, May 24-26, 2012, Istanbul, Turkey (Conference Proceedings, p.68)

 4. Gulnara Moldasheva, 2013. Does Corporate Governance Influence on Capital Structure Choice: The Case of Kazakhstan?  Conference proceedings:  http://www.ebesweb.org/Portals/0/Documents/Recent/10th-EBES-Conference-Istanbul-Conference-Program.pdf, 10th EBES Conference, Istanbul, Turkey, 23-25 May, 2013.

5. Gulnara Moldasheva, 2013. Corporate Governance Influence on Capital Structure: Evidence from Kazakh Listed Financial Institutions.

http://www.world-finance-conference.com/sites/default/files/programa%20-%2012-06-2013.pdf, p. 21, Conference proceedings:  http://www.world-finance-conference.com/sites/default/files/proceedingonline-%20publish.pdf, World Finance Conference, 1-3 July, Cyprus, Session 27: Corporate Governance and Agency,

6. Gulnara Moldasheva, 2013. Corporate Governance Influence on Capital Structure: Evidence from Kazakh Listed companies. http://www.world-finance-conference.com/node/26, Conference proceedings: http://www.world-finance-conference.com/sites/default/files/proceding%20with%20ISBN.pdf, World Finance & Banking Symposium, 16-17 December, 2013, Beijing, China.

7. Gulnara Moldasheva, 2013. The Impact of Corporate Governance on capital structure choice: evidence from Financial Institutions in Kazakhstan, X-th. KIMEP International Research Conference, April 4-6, 2013, www.kimep.kz/kirc/files/2013/06/2013KIRCproceedings.pdf

8. Gulnara Moldasheva, 2014,  The Influence of Managerial Ownership on Bank Market Value, Performance, and Risk: Evidence from Kazakh listed Banks   Conference proceedings:http://ebesweb.org/Conferences/13th-EBES-Conference-Istanbul-Turkey/Proceedings.pdf, 13th EBES Conference, Istanbul, Turkey, 5-7 June, 2014, section: Corporate Governance.

9. Gulnara Moldasheva, 2014, The Managerial Ownership Impact on Bank Performance and Risk:  Evidence from banks listed in Bloomberg, http://www.world-finance-conference.com/node/280, World Finance Conference 2014, Singapore 12-13 December 2014

10. Gullnara Moldasheva. Managerial Ownership and Bank Performance. http://kimep.kz/kirc/files/2014/11/KIRC-2014-Proceedings.pdf, KIRC XI, KU, 4-5 April 2014

11. Gulnara Moldasheva, 2014.The Influence of Managerial Ownership on Bank Market Value, Performance, and Risk:  Evidence from Kazakh listed Banks,  EBES 2014, Istanbul 7 June 2014, http://ebesweb.org/Conferences/13th-EBES-Conference-Istanbul-Turkey/Proceedings.pdf

 12. Gulnara Moldasheva, 2014. The Managerial Ownership Impact on Bank Performance and Risk:  Evidence from banks listed in Bloomberg. http://www.world-finance-conference.com/node/280, World Finance Conference 2014, Singapore 12-13 December 2014

13. Gulnara Moldasheva, 2014. Managerial Ownership and Bank Performance. http://kimep.kz/kirc/files/2014/11/KIRC-2014-Proceedings.pdf, KIRC XI, KU, 4-5 April 2014

14. Gulnara Moldasheva, 2015, Corporate Governance Issues In Financial Sector Of Kazakhstan, 12th  KIMEP International Research Conference 2015, Bang College of Business, Almaty, Kazakhstan, April 3-4, 2015, https://kimep.kz/kirc/

15. Gulnara Moldasheva, 2015, Corporate Governance Practices in Emerging Markets: Evidence from Kazakhstan Financial System, International conference “Corporate and Institutional Innovations in Finance and Governance”, Paris, May 21, 2015, http://www.virtusinterpress.org

16. Gulnara Moldasheva, 2015, Corporate Governance Practices In Emerging Markets: Evidence From Kazakhstan Financial System. On-line X International scientific conference “International banking competition: theory and practice”, Ukrainian Academy of Banking of the National Bank of Ukraine (on-line) June 5, 2015, http://kme.uabs.edu.ua.

 17. Gulnara Moldasheva, 2015, Corporate Financing Behavior and Governance of the Listed Firms In Kazakhstan”,   International Conference on Multidisciplinary Innovation Academic and Research (MIAR-July 29-30, 2015) , Almaty Kazakhstan, http://www.globalilluminators.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/11/Conference-Program-MIAR-2015.pdf

18. Gulnara Moldasheva, 2015, Ownership, Management Responsibility And Corporate Performance of the Listed Firms in Kazakhstan”, ICCSRGSD 2015 : XIII International Conference on Corporate Social Responsibility, Governance and Sustainable Development, Zurich, Switzerland, July 29 – 30, 2015, http://waset.org/conference/2015/07/zurich/program

19. Gulnara Moldasheva, 8 April 2016. KIRC XIII. Corporate Governance, Risk Management, and Bank Performance in Kazakhstan Corporate Governance, Risk Management, and Bank Performance in Kazakhstan, Almaty, KIMEP University

20. Gulnara Moldasheva, 12 September 2017. First Forum of NB RK, Обменный курс, базовая ставка и возвратность кредитов в РК», Almaty, National bank.

21.Gulnara Moldasheva ( 2017), “Exchange rate, Bank loans performance and Monetary policy in Kazakhstan”, Proceedings of MIAR 2017,  Astana, Kazakhstan, .pp. 1-26 Certificate of Appreciation of Global Illuminators: Researching and Development for Humanities.

22.  Gulnara Moldasheva, 7-8 April 2017. KIRC-XIV,  Exchange rate, monetary policy rate and bank loans performance in Kazakhstan, Almaty, KIMEP University

23. Gulnara Moldasheva, 13-14 April 2018. KIRC-XV, Corporate Governance Issues in Central Asia Countries, Almaty, KIMEP University

Teaching Current Courses Taught

·         Financial Modeling

·         Business Microeconomics

·         Business Macroeconomics

·         Corporate Finance

·         Principles of Finance

·         Managerial Economics

·         International Finance

·         Business Research Methods in Finance and Accounting

Grants ·         Study Grant (200-2001) , JFDP, Indiana University (USA), Kelley School Of Business, Visiting  Professor

·         Study Grant (1994) , Copenhagen Business School (Denmark), Fellowship

Awards Paper titled “Exchange rate, Bank loans performance and Monetary policy in Kazakhstan”, Proceedings of MIAR 2017,  Astana, Kazakhstan, .pp. 1-26,  Certificate of Appreciation of Global Illuminators: Researching and Development for Humanities.

 


Akhliddin Ismailov (2)

Akhliddin Ismailov, MBA

Doctoral Student at KIMEP Education: MBA, Ankara University, 1999-2002 Yasawi…

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Doctoral Student at KIMEP

Education:
MBA, Ankara University, 1999-2002
Yasawi International Kazakh- Turkish University

Contact info:
Tel: 270-44-40 Ext: 2140
Office: 318 / Dostyk bld
Email: ismailov@kimep.kz


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Uldana Baizyldayeva

Assistant Professor of Information Systems

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Name Uldana B.Baizyldayeva
Position Assistant Professor of  Information Systems
Contact detail bdana@kimep.kz, ex) 2075
Education background PhD (Information Systems), K.Satpayev Kazakh National Technical University, the Republic of Kazakhstan, University of  Aveiro, Portugal

MSCS (Computer & Software Engineering), K.Satpayev Kazakh National Technical University, the Republic of Kazakhstan

Higher Education Diploma (math, physics, computer science),  KOPI,  the Republic of Kazakhstan

Overview Research interests focus on studying

·         Decision Support methods, tools, models and systems

·         Big data analytics

·         Business Intelligence Systems

·         Cloud services and models

·         Digital graphics models. Vector & bitmap graphics applications in business

Research Interests Mathematical, statistical, optimization methods applications in software enginnering

Panel, multi-panel big data processing

Intelligence systems applications in  processing & visualized reporting for business

Artificial intelligence. Neural networks applications in data processing

Cloud SaaS, PaaS utilization in business and research

Asymmetric functions applications in stream-coding methods

Selected Publications H-index=3

https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=AoNA3ssAAAAJ&hl=en

 

Some  publications in indexed journals+:

1. Multi-criteria decision support systems: comparative analysis,

Middle-East Journal of Scientific Research 16 (12), 1725-1730

   
2. Decision Making Procedure: Applications of IBM SPSS Cluster Analysis and Decision Tree

World Applied Sciences Journal 21 (8), 1207-1212

   
3. Decision steps on adoption of learning management systems in Kazakhstan: Perspectives for improving studying efficiency World Applied Sciences Journal 23 (3), 376-382    
4. Corporate Governance and Firm Value of Kazakhstani Companies in the Conditions of Sanctions Against the Russian Federation International Conference on Management, Leadership & Governance, 399

5. Baizyldayeva Uldana, Utepbergenov I.T.Nurmagambetova G.Y.Cloud Computing. Perspectives in Kazakhstani Higher Educational System Bulletin of  KISatpayev Kaz NRTU. August 2014, p.212-218

6. Baizyldayeva Uldana, Utepbergenov I.T.Experience of implementing an open-source e-learning platform MOODLE  Bulletin of  D.Serikbayev EKSTU, №4, 2014

7. Baizyldayeva Uldana, Utepbergenov I.T.,  Iskakova A.M.Multi-criteria decision making fuzzy theory method approach to the selection of the most effective e-learning platform, Bulletin of   M.Tynyshpayev KazATC  004.4(681.3) №5  2014 p.132-135

8. Baizyldayeva U.B., Uskenbaeva R.K., Utepbergenov I.T., Beisembekova R.N “Cloud Computing. Perspectives in Kazakhstani Higher Educational System”,  Bulletin of  KISatpayev Kaz NRTU, 2014.

 

Conferences proceedings:

1. Baizyldayeva Uldana , “The Role of Technology in Operations: Enterprise resource planning – ERP systems. Cloud based ERP”, Proceedings of the MIC – Vis, 2016, Mediterranean Islands Conference, Croatia, The Island of VIS

2. Baizyldayeva Uldana, A. K. Muslimova, M. Kh. Ishimova, B. S. Kubekov, I.T.Utepbergenov The use of multi-paradigm approach to knowledge modeling, 3-rd International conference “Innovation challenges in multidisciplinary research & practice”, Singapore, 15-16 December, 2015

3. Baizyldayeva Uldana, Berkimbayeva S.B., Cloud It Services For Higher Education

International conference proceedings, May, 2015

4. Baizyldayeva Uldana, Nurmagambetova Guliya,  Applications of IBM SPSS Cluster Analysis and Decision Tree for Effective Decision Making, International Conference on eBusiness and eGovernment” (ICEBEG) – 2013, Izmir, Turkey, May, 2013

5. Baizyldayeva Uldana, Berkimbayeva S.B., Business  university  IT  course  integrity  issues, International Research Forum on  Academic Integrity Nazarbayev university, KAZGUU, Astana, 19-20 May, 2016

6. Baizyldayeva Uldana, Utepbergenov I.T Cloud based E-learning  platforms: some practices for  higher educational processes, Proceedings of the International Research-practical Conference Mathematical Methods and Information Technologies of Macroeconomic Analysis and Economic Policy, K.I.Satpayev, Almaty, 11-12 April, 2017

7. Baizyldayeva Uldana “Systems of electronic education” Proceedings of the International Research-practical Conference “Economics and management of education: Global context and Kazakhstani realities” Abylai-khan KazSUIR&FL,  Almaty,  20 April, 2012, p.323-324

8. Baizyldayeva U.B., Syundukova R.B, Fidirko N.Y., Bragina L.V.,  “Utilizing of distance learning systems at IT courses”, Proceedings of the  second seminar-conference “Integration of chemical science and industry through innovation to progress” Al-Farabi Kazakh National University, Almaty, 24-26 May 2012, p. 19-22

9. Baizyldayeva U.B., Uskenbayeva R.K., Utepbergenov I.T., “Perspectives of cluster analysis for effective decision making using statistical approach with IBM SPSS 19”. The Proceedings of  the International Scientific-Practical  Conference “Information and Telecommunication Technologies: Education, Science and Practice”, devoted to the 50-th anniversary of the Institute of information and telecommunication technologies, I volume, K. Satpayev, KazNTU, 5-6 December 2012 p.258-260

10. Uldana Baizyldayeva, Nadezhda Y.Fidirko Rimma B.Suyndukova,  Simulation Models with MS Excel modules and tools, Proceedings of the 13th KIMEP International Research Conference Bang College of Business Almaty, Kazakhstan April 8-9, 2016 Conference Theme: Economic integration along the New Silk Road Opportunities and Challenges

11. Oleg Vlasov, Uldana Baizyldayeva, Emerging Information Technologies: A Way of Sustaining Competitive Advantage in Business, 12th KIMEP International Research Conference (KIRC) 2015 Bang College of Business Almaty, Kazakhstan April 3-4, 2015 Conference Theme: Global Competitiveness and Economic Growth in the 21st Century: Challenges and Opportunities. Conference proceedings

Teaching Current Courses Taught

·         Management Information Systems

·         Information & Communication Technologies

·         Business Graphics

·         Decision Support Systems

Grants ·         Erasmus+ teaching mobility,  Thomas Bata  university, Czech Republic

·         Erasmus+ teaching Mobility, Opole university of Technology, Poland, 2018

Awards ·         Certificate of  Appreciation  from Ministry of Science & Education of the  Republic of Kazakhstan, 2007

·         Certificate of Appreciation from Dr. Chang Young Bang, 2013

·         Academician of  International Informatization Academy – IIA


Yevgeniya Kim (2)

Yevgeniya Kim, MBA

Senior Lecturer Education: DBA student, KIMEP University, 2011-present ABD Status,…

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Senior Lecturer

Education:

DBA student, KIMEP University, 2011-present

ABD Status, Chonbuk National University, MIS and Operations Management, 2001-2003

MBA, KIMEP University, Production and Operations Management, 1998-2000

B.S. in Economics, Taraz State University, Honor Diploma, 1994-1998

Work experience:

Senior Lecturer, KIMEP University, OMIS Department, 2003-present

Business consultant, “Mimioriki”, Almaty, Kazakhstan, 2011-2012

Guest researcher, TU/e, School of Industrial Engineering Innovation, Technology Entrepreneurship & Marketing Group 2009-2011

Business consultant, “Aura plus”, 2009-present

Consultant, “Real Estate Ltd.”, Almaty, Kazakhstan, 2005-2008

International Researcher, IFR Program, Chonbuk National University, S. Korea, Research field: “Rapid growth in Korean economy”, 2000-2001

Сourses taught at KIMEP:

Management Information Systems, Business Intelligence (ExMBA), Operations Management, Logistics Management, Transportation and Distribution Management, Computer Applications in Business, E-commerce, Internet marketing, Total Quality Management,  Spreadsheet based Simulation

Research interests:

E-commerce, Internet, Social Network Sites, Social Media Supply chain management, Operations Management

Conference proceedings:

  1. Elmira Bogoviyeva & Yevgeniya Kim (2012), “The Successful Launch of the Kazakhstani Children’s Clothing Brand Mimioriki”, Proceedings of Academy of Marketing Conference 2012, Southampton, UK, July 2-5
  2. Tatyana Domashenko, Elmira Bogovieva, Yevgeniya Kim (2012), Social Media in Marketing Activ ities of Kazakhstani Companies”, Proceedings of Academy of Market5ing Conference 2012, Southampton, UK, July 2-5 (poster presented).
  3. “Interaction between Personality, Social networking sites, leisure activities and Academic performance in Kazakhstan”, 9th Annual KIMEP International Research Conference, KIRC-2012, April, 19-21, Almaty, Kazakhstan
  4. “Two Lines of Defense for Overcoming Product Deficiencies: Dealing with the Effects of Accelerated NPD and Newness on Product Quality”, Global Conference on Business and Finance, January, 2-5, 2011, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
  5. “NPD acceleration: trade-off between product failure and recovery strategies”, European Marketing Academy (EMAC), conference, June 1-4, 2010, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark
  6. “Mobile ads from customer perspectives: Kazakhstani case”, conference paper, International conference Transcending Horizons through Innovative Global Practices, December 28-31, 2007, Hyderabad, India
  7. “The forming of e-government: experience of Kazakhstan”, conference paper, International Conference on Advances in the Internet, Processing, Systems, and Interdisciplinary Research, IPSI-2007, April 28 – May 1, 2007, Venice
  8. “E-commerce adoption in Transition country: Kazakhstan”, conference paper, International Conference on Advances in the Internet, Processing, Systems, and Interdisciplinary Research, IPSI-2005, April 28 – May 1, 2005, Costa Brava, Spain

Professional Qualifications and Certificates:

2010                            Certificate in Technology Entrepreneurship & Innovation Management, Eindhoven, TU/e

2009                            Certificate “Course Design”, TU/e

2002                            Certificate of scholarship from Overseas Korean foundation, S. Korea

1998                            “Case analysis in Small business entrepreneurship”, California State University”

Contact information:

Tel: 270-44-40 Ext: 2017
Office: 316 / Dostyk bld
Email: ydk@kimep.kz


Alma Alpeissova (6)

Alma Alpeissova, MA

Address: 4 Abai Ave. Office 326 Almaty – 050010, Kazakhstan…

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Address:

4 Abai Ave. Office 326

Almaty – 050010, Kazakhstan

Tel.: (+ 7 727) 2704440 (ext. 2143)

(+7 701) 720 60 27

E-mail: alpeis@kimep.kz

alma.alpeissova@gmail.com

 

EDUCATION

 

Columbia University

Graduate School of Arts and

Sciences, Department of Sociology

MA Research Thesis:

 

GPA:

Awards:

 

New York, NY, MA (Master of Arts), May 2001

1. Human Resource Development

2. Managing Change

3.53/4.00

‘Bolashak’ Scholarship of the President of                 Kazakhstan

 

Kazakh State National University

Faculty of Economics and Sociology

Department of Sociology

Diploma thesis:

GPA:

Awards:

Almaty, Kazakhstan, Diploma with Honors

(5- year course), September 1991 – June 1996

 

Modern Theories of Motivation

4.89/5.00

Honor Certificate from the Ministry of Education of Kazakhstan at Student Scientific Conference for the Research Paper ‘Motivation of work in Modern Organizations’

 

 

Professional Experience 

Darden Graduate School of Business Administration

University of Virginia

Charlottesville, VA, USA

AES – Emerging Leaders Program Certificate

January 22 – February 3, 2006

 

 

EMPLOYMENT

KIMEP University

Bang College of Business

KIMEP Leadership Development Program

 

Executive Education Center

Executive MBA 

 

 

KIMEP University

Bang College of Business

Management and Marketing Department

 

Almaty, Kazakhstan

Position: Program Instructor

January 2010 – present

 

Position: Senior Lecturer

Courses delivered: Organizational Behavior, Leadership and Ethics

Spring 2012 – present

 

Almaty, Kazakhstan

Position: Senior Lecturer

August 2003 – present

 

 

AES Corporation

Leadership Learning Center

 

Ust-Kamenogorsk, Kazakhstan

Position: Corporate Trainer

September 2006 – May 2007

 

KIMEP University

Center for Executive Education and Professional Development

Almaty, Kazakhstan

Position: Part-time Instructor

Seminars delivered:

Power and Influence

Human Resources Management

Effective Leadership

Key Management Skills

Business Communication

Time Management

Leadership and Motivation

Performance Appraisal

December 2005 – July  2010

 

UNDP Kazakhstan

 

Astana, Kazakhstan

Position: Consultant

Project “Medium Term Recommendations on Reform of State Management ”

June 2002 – July 2003

 

JSC “Astana-Holding”

 

Almaty, Kazakhstan

Position: HR Department Director

March 2002 – June 2002

 

Columbia University

Mailman School of Public Health

Department of Epidemiology

New York, NY

Position: Research Assistant

The National Collaborative Prenatal Project

May 2001 – February 2002

 

Suleyman Demirel University

Faculty of Economics

 

Almaty, Kazakhstan

Position: Lecturer

October 1999 – July 2000

 

 

Research Profile

Alma Alpeissova

Senior Lecturer, Bang College of Business

MA (Columbia University, NYC, USA)

Research area and interests: Strategic Human Resources Management, Organizational Behavior, Leadership and Motivation, Innovation Management, Labor Economics, Change Management

 

Main Publications:

Gurumurthy, K., Gupta, D., Alpeissova, A.,  Gimranova, D., (2011).The Effect of Direct Advertising to Consumers (DTCA) on Market Share and Quantity in Pharmaceutical Drugs and Consumer Welfare.47th Annual MBAA International Conference, Chicago.

This research paper has been judged to be “2011 Best Paper Award in Pharmacoeconomics, Pharmaceutical Industry and Wellness Track”.

Abdymomunov, A., Tatikova, L., Alpeissova, A., Imanaliyev, Z., Suleimenov, E., Zhamankulova, Z., Ismailova, S., Dosova, Z., Teremov, T., Shokamanov, Y., Amirkhanova M., Tasbulatova, S., Beloslyudtseva, V., (2004). Education for All: The Key Goal for a New Millennium. National Human Development Report 2004”, UNDP, Kazakhstan

Rybina, L., Alpeissova, A., (2005). Dishonesty in Academics and Business: Evaluation of Student Attitudes. V KIMEP International Research Conference (KIRC 2005): proceedings. October, 2005, Almaty, Kazakhstan

Alpeissova A., Gimranova, D.,  (2009). Human Resource Management Problems and Opportunities at the time of economic crisis: the Kazakhstan Perspective. VI KIMEP International Research Conference (KIRC 2009): proceedings. April 2009, Almaty, Kazakhstan

Alpeissova, A. & Rybina, L. (2014). Case Study Discussion: Graduate and Undergraduate Experiences. In Business Education in Central Asia: Best Practices in Integrative Study and Teaching [edited by] Kathryn Nantz. U.S.-Cenral Asia Education Foundation. pp.111-120.

Rybina, L. & Alpeissova, A. (2014). Employing student self-guided learning to bring undated and localized content to your classroom. In Business Education in Central Asia: Best Practices in Integrative Study and Teaching [edited by] Kathryn Nantz. U.S.-Cenral Asia Education Foundation. pp.19-28.

 

Conference Proceedings:

Humphrey J., Alpeissova A., Rybina L. (2010). Doing Research in Kazakhstan: The Challenges of International Context Studies. VII KIMEP International Research Conference (KIRC 2010): proceedings. March 2010, Almaty, Kazakhstan

Gurumurthy, K., Gupta, D., Alpeissova, A.,  Gimranova, D., (2011).The Effect of Direct Advertising to Consumers (DTCA) on Market Share and Quantity in Pharmaceutical Drugs and Consumer Welfare.47th Annual MBAA International Conference, Chicago.

This research paper has been judged to be “2011 Best Paper Award in Pharmacoeconomics, Pharmaceutical Industry and Wellness Track.

Gimranova, D., Alpeissova, A., Gurumurthy, K., (2011) Innovative Teaching Methodology: Leadership Development Program at the Kazakhstan Institute of Management, Economics, and Strategic Research (KIMEP), Accepted for the VIII KIMEP International Research Conference (8th KIRC), April 22-23, 2011, Almaty, Kazakhstan.

Gimranova, D., Alpeissova, A. (2011) Leadership education and corporate engagement in world class business education: the case of the Leadership Development Program at KIMEP. NU International Conference “Contemporary Trends in Education – 2011”, November 17-18, Astana, Kazakhstan. 

Mahmood, M., Alpeissova, A., (2011) Impact of Learning Culture on Employee Performance: A Comparative Study of Private and Public Sector Organizations in Kazakhstan. Accepted for the VIII KIMEP International Research Conference (8th KIRC), April 22-23, 2011, Almaty, Kazakhstan.

Alpeissova, A., Baikenova, Zh, Gimranova D., Gurumurthy, K. (2012) Pharmaceutical Industry Management Challenges in Kazakhstan. 48th Annual MBAA International Conference – 2012

March 28-30, 2012, Chicago, IL, USA 

Baikenova, Zh, Gimranova, D., Alpeissova, A. (2012) Major forces affecting the pharmaceutical industry development in Kazakhstan. KIRC 2012, April 19-21, 2012, Almaty, Kazakhstan. 

Zholdybayeva, A., Baikenova, Zh., Gimranova, D., Alpeissova, A. (2013) Analysis of the Integrated Medical Information System Implementation: the Case of Healthcare Organizations in the Republic of Kazakhstan 49th Annual MBAA International Conference – 2013, February 23-25, 2013, Chicago, IL, USA

Alpeissova, A., Gimranova, D. (2013) Employee Motivation System Effectiveness: the case of Kazakhstan Distribution Company, KIRC 2013, April 4-6, 2013, Almaty, Kazakhstan. 

Erdener, C., Alpeissova, A. (2014) The Challenges of Managing in Syncretic Cultures, KIRC 2014, April 3-5, 2014, Almaty, Kazakhstan. 

Alpeissova, A., Rybina, L. (2015) The Factors Influencing Employee Satisfaction In The Services Companies In Kazakhstan. International Conference on Multidisciplinary Innovation in Academic

Research (MIAR 2015). July 29-30, 2015, Almaty, Kazakhstan.

Alpeissova, A., Rybina, L. (2015) Social Marketing and Youth Addictive Behavior: Mixed Methods

Research Approach. International Conference on Multidisciplinary Innovation in Academic

Research (MIAR 2015). July 29-30, 2015, Almaty, Kazakhstan.

 

 

Academic supervision: 

Industry research projects performed by the students of the Leadership Development Program accepted for the KIMEP VIII International Research Conference (8th KIRC), Almaty, Kazakhstan 

Alma Alpeissova and Dilbar Gimranova (2011), The Employee Motivation in Volunteering Organizations: Alumni Leaders League, Kazakhstan

Dilbar Gimranova and Alma Alpeissova, Company supervision: Guenter Dahm, CEO, Microsoft Kazakhstan (2011), The ICT Development index in Kazakhstan: The focus on business environment

Dilbar Gimranova and Alma Alpeissova, Company supervision: Prasad Abraham, CEO, Al Hilal Bank Kazakhstan (2011), Islamic Banking in the Republic of Kazakhstan: The Al Hilal Bank Market Entry Challenges 

Dilbar Gimranova and Alma Alpeissova, Company supervision: Mukhtar Mussabetov, Managing Partner, ICC Business Advisors (2011), Leadership of the Kazakhstan banking system in the CIS. Myth or Reality? 

Dilbar Gimranova, Alma Alpeissova, Vladimir Garkavenko, Company supervision: Guenter Dahm, CEO, Microsoft Kazakhstan (2011), Innovation Management: A Critical analysis of the government initiatives to foster innovation in Kazakhstan

 


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Maya Katenova

Assistant Professor of Finance

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Name Maya Katenova
Position Assistant Professor of Finance
Contact detail mayak@kimep.kz, ex) 2018
Education background DBA (Finance), KIMEP University

Professional Financial Manager, ICFM, UK

MPA (Public Administration),KIMEP University

BSS, KIMEP University

Overview Dr. Katenova’s primary research interests are in the area of financial markets and institutions and their influence on economic business cycles. Moreover, she is interested in such issues as financial literacy, monetary transmission mechanism and the future of banking.
Research Interests ·         Financial markets development

·         Financial intermediation

·         Financial literacy

·         Monetary transmission mechanism

·         Future of banking

Selected Publications Articles (In English)

1. Katenova (2013) “Procyclicality and Bank Capital”, World Journal of Social Sciences, Vol. 3, No 6, pp.164-174, USA

2. Katenova (2013)“Fisher Hypothesis in Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Russia” , GBATA Book, ISBN: 1-932917-09-8, p.57

3. Katenova and Mahmood (2012) “Employee job satisfaction in a transition economy: is Herzberg Theory valid in Kazakhstan?”, Journal of International Management Studies, Vol.13, No.2, pp.61-67

4. Katenova and Syzdykov (2015)“The Correlation of Bank profits and economic conditions: The Case of Kazakhstan”, International Journal of Business Research Papers, Number 1, Volume 11 in March issue of 2015

5. Katenova (2015)“The issue of procyclicality in banking sector of Kazakhstan during financial crisis”, International Journal of Business, Management and Allied Sciences, Volume 2, Issue 3, July-September, ISSN 2349-4638

6. Katenova and Syzdykov (2016) “A Look at the Liquidity problem at KASE in Kazakhstan”, Statistics, account and audit, UDC 336

7. Katenova and Dumlupinar (2016) “Relation of Marketing and Profitability of Kazakhstan Banks”, Nidge University Department of Business Administration, Vol. 9 (3)

9. Katenova, Syzdykov and Gissy (2017) “The causal link between financial sector and economic development: Case of Kazakhstan”, Volume 8, No. 2, International Journal of Business Administration

10. Katenova and Nurmakhanova (2017) “Financial development and economic growth: the case of Kazakhstan”, International Review of Business Research Papers, Vol. 13, No. 1, pp. 151-160

11. Katenova and Lee (2017) “Does mutual causality between direct and indirect finance and economic growth exist in Russian Federation?” Anais da Academia Brasileira de Ciencias (2017) 89 (3 Suppl.): 2544-2557, Non zero Impact Factor

Conference Papers

1. IX KIMEP International Research Conference, (KIRC Conference), Procyclicality and Bank Capital, April, 19-21, 2012

2. X KIMEP International Research Conference, (KIRC Conference), Foreign versus domestic banks in Kazakhstan, 2013

3. XII KIMEP International Research Conference, (KIRC Conference), The issue of asymmetric information in banking industry of Kazakhstan

4. GBATA Conference, July, 2-6, 2013, Fisher hypothesis in Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Russia, Helsinki, Finland

5. EBES Conference, Marketing in banking industry, September, 12-14, 2013, Yekaterinburg, Russia

6. EBES Conference, June 5-7, 2014, CEO Characteristics and Firm Performance: Evidence from Listed Kazakhstani Companies Keun Jung Lee, KIMEP University, Kazakhstan; Maya Katenova, KIMEP University, Kazakhstan

7. Melvana Exchange Program, March, 23-28, Research collaboration, Thesis improvement, Antalya, Akdeniz University

8. Innocast Bukhara Training, March, 10-11, 2016, Bukhara, Uzbekistan

9. KIRC, April, 7-8, 2016, Comparative analysis between Kazakhstan’s financial system and Russian financial system,

10. Business and Society: Modern priorities of development, May, 24, 2016, ALMA Management University

11. KIRC Conference, April, 7-8, 2017, “The mutual causality between financial development and economic growth”

12. KIRC Conference, April, 7-8, 2017, “Are stock market and exchange rate affected by oil price in Kazakhstan?”

Teaching Current Courses Taught:

Financial Institutions and Markets

Financial Institutions Management

Ethics in Finance

Principles of Finance

Foundation of Accounting

Foundation of Finance

Grants ·
Awards ·         Teaching Excellence Award


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Olga Pak, PRM, DBA, Ph.D

Assistant Professor of Finance, Bang College of Business

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Name Olga Pak
Position Assistant Professor of Finance, Bang College of Business
Contact detail olgapak@kimep.kz, +7(727) 2704360 ext. 2057
Education background Ph.D. (Economics), Kyushu University, Japan
DBA (Finance), KIMEP University, Kazakhstan

PRM (Professionally certified risk manager), Professional Risk Manager’s International Association, USA

MBA (International Banking and Finance), University of Birmingham, United Kingdom

BSc (Credit and Finance),  NARXOZ University, Kazakhstan

Overview Olga Pak has experience in the banking industry and expertise in financial risks’ measurement and management. She conducted the series of professional trainings such as “Basel 2 and 2.5 capital standards for commercial banks”, “Futures and options as instruments to hedge price risk”, PRM preparatory courses. In 2010, Olga Pak was a visiting faculty at the business school of the University of Pittsburgh (USA).

Olga’s primary research interests focus on banking performance and stability in the light of ongoing integration processes and introduction of Basel III micro and macro-prudential regulation the  countries of the Eurasian region.

Research Interests Financial integration

Micro and macro – prudential regulation of the banking sector in the EAEU

Banking performance and stability

Selected Publications Articles:

 

Pak. O., Iwata, K. 2019b. A Path to Financial Integration: Steps for the Eurasian Economic Union. Asia Europe Journalhttps://doi.org/10.1007/s10308-018-00531-1

 

Pak. O. 2019a. The Impact of State Ownership and Business Models on Bank Stability: Empirical Evidence from the Eurasian Economic Union. The Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance, 71, 161-175.

 

Pak, O. 2018. Business Drivers of Bank Stability in Kazakhstan. Review of Integrative Business and Economics, Volume 7 (1). RIBER Best Paper Prize.

 

Pak, O., Kretzschmar, G. 2016. Western Sanctions – Only Half the Challenge for Russia’s Economic Union. Research in International Business and Finance, 38, 577 – 592.

 

Pak O., Mahmood, M. 2015. Impact of Personality on Risk Tolerance and Investment Decisions: A Study on Potential Investors of Kazakhstan. International Journal of Commerce and Management, 25 (4), 370 – 384.

 

Pak, O., Nurmakhanova, M. 2013. The Effect of Market Power on Bank Credit Risk-Taking and Bank Stability in Kazakhstan. Transition Studies Review, 20 (3), 335-350.

 

Bhatti, R., Pak, O. 2013. Stock Return and Inflation in Kazakhstan, Russia and Ukraine. International Journal of Economics and Finance Studies, 5(1), 258-270.

 

Pak, O. 2013. What Factors Drive Bank Stock Returns in Kazakhstan? Central Asia Business Journal, 5 (1), 32-40.

 

Pak, O. 2011. From Traditional Lectures to Active Learning: How to Increase the Effectiveness of Lectures. Published in the proceedings of the seminar “Teaching Excellence” sponsored by the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs of the US Department of State, Almaty: Evero, pp. 30-48, in Russian.

Conference presentations:

“Systemically important banks in Russia, Kazakhstan and Belarus”. 16th KIMEP International Research Conference (KIRC), Almaty, Kazakhstan, April 2019.

“The Net stable funding ratio: Analysis and issues”. 15th KIMEP International Research Conference (KIRC), Almaty, Kazakhstan, April 2018.

“Business drivers of bank stability in Kazakhstan”. Society of Interdisciplinary Business Research, Osaka, Japan, July 2017.

“Comparative analysis of banking structures in the EU and EAEU”. EUSA Asia-Pacific conference & Postgraduate Workshop, Tokyo, Japan, July 2017.

“Western sanctions – only half the challenge for Russia’s Economic Union”, with G. Kretzschmar. Kazakh-British Technical University Conference, Almaty, Kazakhstan, April 2016.

“Specific determinants of bank capital in Kazakhstan”. 12th KIMEP International Research Conference (KIRC), Almaty, Kazakhstan, April 2015.

“Market power and credit risk-taking in the Kazakhstani banking sector”, with M. Nurmakhanova. Round table “Misbalances and reforms in the global financial system”, Institute of Economics under the Ministry of Education of RK, Almaty, Kazakhstan, November 2013.

“Stock return and inflation in Kazakhstan, Russia and Ukraine”, with R. Bhatti. 3d International Conference on Economics and Finance (ICEF), Izmir, Turkey, April 2013.

“Personality, risk perception and investment decisions: a study on potential investors of Kazakhstan”. 9th Annual KIMEP International Research Conference (KIRC), Almaty, Kazakhstan, April 2012.

“Bank stock returns, loan growth and bank fundamentals: the evidence from Kazakhstan”, with S.H. Lee. 9th Annual KIMEP International Research Conference (KIRC), Almaty, Kazakhstan, April 2012.

“The impact of bank competition on bank credit risk – taking and bank stability in Kazakhstan”, with M. Nurmakhanova. 8th Annual KIMEP International Research Conference (KIRC), Almaty, Kazakhstan, April 2011.

“The global financial crisis and its impact on the bank and debt restructuring in Kazakhstan”. International Business School (IBC), the University of Pittsburgh (PA, USA), March 2010.

Teaching Current Courses Taught

 

Introduction to Financial Derivatives

Financial Institutions and Markets

Investments

Financial Institutions Management

Derivatives

Investment and Financing Decision-making

Grants/Awards Research Excellence Award 2019, BCB, KIMEP University

JSPS Ronpaku Ph.D. scholarship 2016 – 2019 , Kyushu University, Japan

Teaching Excellence Award 2015, BCB, KIMEP University

Junior Faculty Development Program 2010. U.S. Department of State, USA

International Scholarship of the Kazakhstani President “Bolashak” 2001- 2002, Kazakhstan


Oleg Vlasov, KIMEP University, Almaty, Kazakhstan

Oleg Vlasov, MBA

Oleg Vlasov, MBA, Senior Lecturer Oleg Vlasov is a Senior…

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Oleg Vlasov, MBA, Senior Lecturer

Oleg Vlasov is a Senior Lecturer of Information Systems and Accounting courses at the Bang College of Business, KIMEP University. Oleg joined the University faculty after receiving MBA degree. He has working experience as Financial Manager and Accountant. Currently, he teaches courses in Information Technology, Accounting and Management. Oleg has been actively involved in activities and development of the college – participated in creation of the first issue of KIMEP Yearbook, developed and has supported the department’s website, as well as developed online content for information systems courses. He is the author of numerous publications in scientific journals and international research conferences, as well as author of 1000+ pages of methodological materials for computerized accounting course on the basis of 1C: Enterprise 8.2. His research interests areas are business process optimization, E-learning, security of Information Systems, and development of business cases for Information Systems courses. The main mission is sharing his experience and knowledge to others through teaching, research, and participation in international research activities.

Contact information

050010, 2 Abai ave., Almaty, KIMEP University.
office: 418/adm.
e-mail: olegvl@kimep.kz
phone: (727) 270-44-40 ext. 2064

Courses taught

IS 5211/IS 3211/ACC 3212 Accounting Information Systems (master and bachelor students)
IS 5201/IS 2203 Management Information Systems (master and bachelor students)
IS 2201 Computer Applications in Business
GEN 2301 Business Computer Applications
GEN 1300 Introduction to Computers
Enterprise Information Systems
Introduction to Information Systems
Introduction to Computer Science and Information Technologies
Accounting II
Fundamentals of Business Administration

Teaching/Research Interests

Teaching Interests:

  • Accounting Information Systems
  • Spreadsheet Based Decision Making, Simulation, and Financial Modeling
  • Algorithms and Data Structures
  • Programming Languages

Research Interests:

  • Business processes optimization
  • E-Learning
  • Computer aided Decision Support Systems (DSS)
  • Cloud services
  • Enterprise Resources Planning (ERP) systems
  • Computerized accounting technologies
  • Security of Information Systems
  • 3D technologies

Education:
MBA, Kazakhstan Institute of Management, Economics and Strategic Research (KIMEP), Major: Finance and Accounting, 1998-2001.

Diploma with Highest Honors in Economics and Management, Kazakhstan Academy of Transport and Communications, Department of Economics, Degree: engineer-economist, 1993-1997, GPA: 4.9/5.0 (equivalent to “Summa Cum Laude”) (in the list of top 3% of graduates)

Winner of the Golden Medal (Certificate of Special Standard) (equivalent to “Altyn Belgi”) for academic excellence, GPA: 5.0/5.0 (the best score among all graduates)

Publications in Scientific Peer-Review Journals (PRJs)

Baizyldayeva, U., Vlasov, O., Utepbergenov, I.T. (2013) “Decision Steps on Adoption of Learning Management Systems in Kazakhstan: Perspectives for Improving Studying Efficiency”, World Applied Sciences Journal 23 (3): pp.376-382, ISSN 1818-4952.

Selected International Research Conference Proceedings

1) Baizyldayeva, U., Vlasov, O. (2013) “Comparative Analysis of Multi-Criteria Decision Support Systems”, in Proceedings from First Eurasian Conference on Applied Sciences 2013 (ECAS ’13), October 19-20, Park resort “Eight Lakes”, Almaty.

2) Vlasov, O. (2013) “Anti-Plagiarism Software: Perspectives for Implementation in Institutions of Higher Education in Kazakhstan”, in Proceedings from Xth KIMEP International Research Conference (KIRC 2013) “Central Asia in the Global Community: Challenges and Opportunities”, Almaty, April 4-6, ISBN 9965-9047-5-8, pp. 158 – 161.

3) Vlasov, O., Suyundukova, R., Fidirko, N., Bragina, L., Zaitseva, M. (2013) “Efficiency of Introducing Learning and Course Management Systems in Kazakhstan: Comparative Study”, in Proceedings from Xth KIMEP International Research Conference (KIRC 2013) “Central Asia in the Global Community: Challenges and Opportunities”, Almaty, April 4-6, ISBN 9965-9047-5-8, pp. 152 – 157.

4) Vlasov, O. (2013) “Securing Private Information in Social Networks: Risks and Challenges in a New Information Age”, in Proceedings from Xth KIMEP International Research Conference (KIRC 2013) “Central Asia in the Global Community: Challenges and Opportunities”, Almaty, April 4-6, ISBN 9965-9047-5-8, pp. 148 – 151.

5) Suyundukova, R., Fidirko, N., Zaitseva, M., Bragina, L., Vlasov, O. (2012) “Distance Learning in a Teaching Process”, in Proceedings from IX KIMEP International Research Conference (KIRC 2012) “Central Asia: Regionalization vs. Globalization”, Almaty, April 19-21, pp.154 – 155.

6) Vlasov, O., Voinov, V. (2006) “On Optimizing Advertising Activities of a Company”, in Proceedings from V Annual KIMEP International Research Conference “Changing Society through Research and Practice”, Almaty, pp. 155 – 161.

7) Vlasov, O., Voinov, V., Kini, R., Pya, N. (2003) “A Multivariate Statistical Model of a Firm’s Advertising Activities and their Financial Implications”, in Proceedings of the International Conference “Advances in Statistical Inferential Methods: Theory and Applications”, June 9-12, 2003, KIMEP, “Gylym”, Almaty, pp. 471 – 476.

Working Experience

  • Served as Acting Chair of Operations Management and Information Systems Department
  • 12 years of uninterrupted teaching experience at the Western-style University/Institute
  • Taught required and elective/specialization courses for full-time Master (graduate) and Bachelor (undergraduate) students, as well as elective courses for graduate students of the College of Continuing Education (CCE).
  • Has developed more than 1,000 pages of copyright methodological materials for the course “Accounting Information Systems” (based on 1C: Accounting 8.2)
  • Has worked as Financial Manager and Accountant in a closed joint-stock company/joint venture with U.S. contribution.

Community Service

  • Assisted in the organization of KIMEP International Research Conference;
  • Has served as a member of the following committees: “Tenure and Promotion Committee”, “Curriculum and Academic Integrity (CAI) Committee”, “Academic Planning and Scheduling Committee”, “B.Sc. Program Committee”, “Budgeting Committee”, and “Students Disciplinary Committee”.
  • Developed and maintained the department section of KIMEP website;
  • Participated in updating College section of KIMEP website;
  • Maintains a system of online testing, file and web servers of the Department;
  • Participated many times in preparation of students for passing Interim Tests and state Exit Tests (in the field “Informatics”) held by the Ministry of Education and Science (MES), worked as a member of Appeal Committee for considering appeals of students; created a computerized system for automatic calculation of tests results.
  • Prepared materials for academic subjects offered by the Department for the Annual KIMEP catalog;
  • Took an active part in attracting students to courses offered by the department, and in preparation of promotional materials for prospective students;
  • Took part in numerous Open House Days hosted by KIMEP University, created promotional presentations for attracting prospective students;
  • Leaded a section of KIMEP Sunday English Club – aiming to provide free study of English to schoolchildren of Almaty;
  • Participated in creation of the first KIMEP Yearbook.

Professional Qualifications and Certificates

  • Knowledge of international (IAS/IFRS) and national (NFRS) accounting standards, Tax Code of the Republic of Kazakhstan, as well as current accounting and tax legislation of Kazakhstan.
  • Additional specialties: Accountant (Certificate), User of 1C: Accounting software (Certificate)
  • Level 2 Certificate in Business Writing (London Chamber of Commerce and Industry) – passed with Distinction
  • First Certificate in English (FCE) (British Council), 2001.

Letters of Appreciation

Letter of Appreciation from Undergraduate Admissions Office for successfully leading a section of KIMEP University Sunday English Club for schoolchildren of Almaty.

Sports
Oleg is an active dancer and participant of performances in sports ballroom dancing, he also studied modern dance choreography
.

Coaches: Nikolay Zhuk, Natalia Klimenchuk (Dance club “Fiesta”) (current), Valentina Evseeva, Kuat Mirhamit (DSC “Raduga”) (current); Yelena Kibler, Irina Burtovenko, Richard Rakhmatulin, Bakhtiar Ashirov (Dance school “Vivat”), Elena Galyandina, Liliya Harchilina (DSC “Telemark”), as well as coaches of DSC “Kamelliya”.

See: Oleg Vlasov, Xeniya Efremova – “Paso Doble” – Performance at the Gala Show of “Star Waltz 2013” Dance Competition (23.06.2013), Almaty, Kazakhstan. (original video filmed in 3D)

See also on Google:  “Олег Власов” пасодобль

Other sports: track and field, rifle shooting (have sports category), Greco-Roman wrestling.


Bakhyt Baideldinov (1)

Bakhyt Baideldinov, Doctor of Science

Assistant Professor of Operations Management & Information Systems

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Name Bakhyt Baideldinov
Position Assistant Professor of Operations Management & Information Systems
Contact detail baibak@kimep.kz, ex) 2123
Education background Doctor of Science

Thesis “Multiweighted Spaces and their Applications for Singular Differential Equations”.

Candidate of Science

Thesis “Bilinear Forms in the Theory of Elliptic Differential Equations” ,

Institute of Mathematics after V.A.Steklov, Russian Academy of Science, Moscow.

Diploma (Specialist in Mathematics) ,

Moscow State University after M.V. Lomonosov .

 

Overview         Professor Baideldinov’s primary research interest focuses on studying the influence of integral properties of multiweighted derivatives  on solvability different classes of differential equations, and how the concept of multiweighted derivatives can be used to describe boundary properties of corresponding solutions.

In business theory he was interested in assessing the degree of competition among banks, in strategic management issues of small and medium enterprises, and Stock Exchange information efficiency.

Research Interests ·         Mathematical (integro-differential ) applications in Business Modeling, e.g. sharp estimations of cumulative values of business variables in terms of their marginals.
Publications – The small enterprise strategy on the market of giants

or Forth in the Rule of Three. KIRC-2013 Proceedings.

-KASE Efficiency. KIRC-2012 Proceedings.

– Density of the set of finite functions in the space of functions with multiweighted derivatives. Eurasian Mathematical Journal, 2008, N3,p 21-29

– On boundary properties of multiweighted spaces. Dokl. Akad. Nauk (Russia), 1999, v. 367, №5, p.583 – 585.

– On finite functions density in over determined spaces. Izvestya Acad. Nauk RK, 1998, №5, p.12 – 18.

– On equivalent norms in multiweighted spaces. Izvestya Acad Nauk RK, 1998, № 3 p. 8 – 14.

– On properties of functions with p-summable multiweighted derivative. Dokl. AN RK, 1998, № 6, p.3 – 12.

– On generalized polynomial approximation of functions with integrable derivatives. Dokl. Akad. Nauk (Russia), 1997, v. 354, №3, p.753 – 755.

– Two-weighted estimation for operator of composition type. Dokl. AN RK, 1996, № 6, p.19 – 22.

– On singular Stourm-Liuville equation in weighted space. Izvestya Acad. Nauk Kaz SSR, № 5,1991, p.34-40.

– Approximate characteristics in average. Izvestya Acad. Nauk Kaz SSR, № 5,1988, p.17-25.

– First Boundary Problem for Elliptic equation with singularity. Trud IM afterV.A. Steklov AN USSR,1984, V.170, p. 3-11.

– On Analogue of First Boundary Problem for Elliptic equation of order 2m  with power degeneration. Dokl. Akad. Nauk (Russia), 1983, V. 20, №5, p.1117-1120.

 

 

Teaching Courses taught at KIMEP: Methods of Mathematics, Calculus, Precalculus, Introduction to Statistics, Probability and Statistics, Time Series Forecast, Business Quantitative Analysis, Quantitative methods for Economics, Quantitative Methods for Decision Making, Decision Techniques&Tools, Business Statistical Analysis, Econometric Methods.

Courses taught at Kazakh State University and Almaty University: Calculus, Functions of a Complex Variable, Differential Equations, Functional Analysis, Theory of Linear Operators in Hilbert Space, Mathematics for Economists.

Courses taught at the Kazakh Polytechnic Institute: Methods of Mathematics, Probability and Statistics, Graphs&Algorithms, Discrete Mathematics, Linear and Non-linear Programming.

Was a supervisor for two Ph.D candidates: A. Baiarystanov,  I. Zhensykbaev.

Grants Kazakh Ministry of Education and Science Grants, 2003-2005, 2000-2002, 1997-1999. The Royal Society Grants, 2002, 2000. Institute of Mathematics after V.A.Steklov, Russian Academy of Science,  Moscow, Russia, Postdoctoral Fellowship, 1991-1993

 


Michael-Conrad

Michael Conrad, PhD

Associate Professor of Management

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Name Michael Conrad
Position Associate Professor of Management
Contact detail conrad@kimep.kz
Education background Ph.D. (Management), Stevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken, NJ, USA

M.S. (Applied Psychology), Stevens Institute of Technology

B.S. (Psychology), St. Joseph’s University, Philadelphia, PA, USA

Overview I am currently not qualified to be a dissertation/thesis supervisor because I lack research design and data analysis/statistical skills.  However, I might be willing to serve as a member on a dissertation/thesis committee if the student has a minimum score of 100 on the TOEFL CBT and a minimum score of 5.0 on the Test of Written English (TWE).
Research interest ·         Ethical leadership
Publications Articles

·         Conrad, M.  Ethical Leadership across Cultures: Where is the Moral Manager? Vol. 3, International Journal of Research in Management (May 2013), 10-19.

·          Conrad, M.  The Relationship between Ethical Leadership and Moral Attentiveness:  An Exploratory Study.  Vol. 2,  International Journal of Research in Management (March 2013), 193-201.

·         Conrad, M.  Ethical leadership in Kazakhstan: An Exploratory Study. Vol. 6, Journal of Values-Based Leadership (Winter/Spring, 2013), 10-20.

Conference Presentation

·         Is Ethical Leadership and Ethical Work Context Related to Social Capital in a Corrupt Country?  European Business Ethics Network, Annual Conference, Istanbul, Turkey, 2015.

 

Teaching Current Courses Taught

·         Principles of Management

·         Leadership and Motivation

·         Management Ethics


Alexandr Ostrovskiy (1)

Alexander Ostrovsky, DBA

Assistant Professor of Marketing

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Name Alexander Ostrovsky
Position Assistant Professor of Marketing
Contact detail aostrovs@kimep.kz, ex) 2288
Education background DBA (Marketing studies), KIMEP University

MBA, KIMEP University

 

Overview Professor Ostrovsky’s primary research interest focuses on investigation and identification of social factors influencing on purchasing behavior of Kazakhstani consumers toward products manufactured in countries of Eurasian Economic Union and delivered on Kazakhstani market.

 

Research Interests Consumer behavior: Investigation of Kazakhstani consumers’ reactions toward products manufactured and delivered to the Kazakhstan from countries – members of Eurasian Economic Union, namely Kyrgyzstan and Armenia. Study reactions and preferences of Kazakhstani consumers toward products produced and delivered from China and Turkey, foreign products represented by specific trade categories. Investigation of influence of consumer ethnocentrism’s antecedents, such as socio-psychological, economic, political or demographic predictors on consumers’ preferences in purchasing of services or products.

 

Selected Publications Article (In process)

·         Ostrovsky, A., Garkavenko, V. & Rybina, L. (2018). Silk Road trade: Influence of consumer behaviour factors on service and products purchasing by Kazakhstani consumers. Service Industries Journal

 

Conference Papers

 

·         The 1st Global Congress of Special Interest Tourism & Hospitality in June 2017, Japan.

Liza Rybina, Vladimir Garkavenko, & Alexander Ostrovsky, “Transition Age Youth’s Conflict

Resolution Strategies in Selecting Travel Destination by Tourists from Central Asia”

·         14th KIMEP International Research Conference in April 2017,

Alexander Ostrovsky/ Vladimir Garkavenko/ Liza Rybina “Application of mixed methods in marketing

research”,

Alexander Ostrovsky/ Vladimir Garkavenko/ Liza Rybina “Consumer animosity and conservatism

of Kazakhstani consumers toward foreign products

·         International Conference on “Multidisciplinary Innovation in Academic Research” (MIAR-2015), July 29-30, Almaty, Kazakhstan, Alexander Ostrovsky “Interaction of Consumer Ethnocentrism and Country-of-origin with Buying Preferences of Kazakhstani Consumers”

·         12th KIMEP International Research Conference, Kazakhstan, Almaty, in April 2015,

            Liza Rybina, Alexander Ostrovsky “A Comparison of Attitudes towards Mobile Advertising between Youth

and Adults in Kazakhstan”     and ”University Marketing and Consumer Preferences of University Selection

Criteria in Kazakhstan

·         11th KIMEP International Research Conference, Kazakhstan, Almaty, in April 2014,

Liza Rybina, Alexander Ostrovsky “The Role of Marketing in formation of Corporate Culture of    Kazakhstani companies” and” Social marketing as a part of brand platform building”.

·         10th KIMEP International Research Conference, Kazakhstan, Almaty, in April 2013,

Liza Rybina, Alexander Ostrovsky “The Impact of Consumer Ethnocentrism on Airline Preference among Kazakhstani Travelers”.

·         9th KIMEP International Research Conference, Kazakhstan, Almaty, in April 2012,

Alexander Ostrovsky, Liza Rybina “The effects of consumer ethnocentrism and country of origin on consumers’ preferences in Kazakhstan” and “Gender differences in negative expectances of smoking among youth in Kazakhstan”.

·         “Second International Conference on Globalization and Consumer Protection”, India, Kalasalingam University, in January 2011, Monowar Mahmood, Alexander Ostrovsky “Materialism and frugality in economic recession, a study on university students in Bangladesh” (article in the conference book)

 

Teaching Current Courses Taught

·         Principles of Marketing

·         Strategic Marketing

·         Consumer Behavior

·         Fundamentals of Selling

·         Retailing

·         Marketing Communications

·         Cases in marketing and management

·         Marketing Management

Grants  
Awards ·         Recognition as best teacher in 2016.


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Yelizaveta Rybina, DBA

Assistant Professor, Department of Management and Marketing/Bang College of Business

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Research and Publications:

Rybina, Alpeissova, Dossova (2015) Analysis of Social Advertising Effectiveness. Bulletin of Al-Farabi Kazakh National University

Rybina, Alpeissova (2014) Employing student self-guided learning to bring undated and localized content to your classroom. In Business Education in Central Asia: Best Practices in Integrative Study and Teaching

Rybina (2013) Antismoking social advertising: An exploratory study of smoking-related risk perceptions and intention to smoke among adolescents in Kazakhstan. Vestnik KazNPU.


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Elmira Bogoviyeva, Ph. D.

Associate Professor in Marketing, Department of Management and Marketing/Bang College of Business

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Research and Publications:

Elmira Bogoviyeva, (2015) “The Effects of Reward Type and its Likelihood in Customer Brand Co-Creation Activity on Self-Brand Connection”, chapter in the book “Marketing Dynamism & Sustainability: Things Change, Things Stay the Same…”, ed. Leroy Robinson, Jr., published by Springer.

 


Mira-Nurmakhanova

Mira Nurmakhanova, Ph. D.

Associate Professor of Finance, Associate Dean of Undergraduate Program

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Name Mira Nurmakhanova
Position Associate Professor of Finance, Associate Dean of Undergraduate Program
Email address miranur@kimep.kz
Education background PhD. Iowa State University, USA

MA KIMEP University, Kazakhstan

BSc. Kazakh National University, Kazakhstan

Overview Professor Nurmakhanova’s primary research interest focuses on studying the influence of oil prices on macroeconomic performance of the country. Specifically, she examines the effect of oil prices on the economic growth, real exchange rate, stock market, inflation rate, etc. Another research interest is related to performance of microfinance institutions:  extend of trade-off between financial sustainability and outreach of MFIs, effect of regulation on performance of microfinance institutions. Third research interest is related to stability of banking sector. Specifically, she examines the effect of bank market power on both the credit risk-taking attitude of Kazakhstani banks and overall stability of banks.
Research Interests ·         The Effect of Regulation on Performance of Microfinance Institutions: effect of regulation on MFIs performance. When evaluating the impact of regulation following questions are of primary interest: (1) what is the effect of regulation on performance of actually regulated MFI? and (2) what is the effect of regulation on performance of MFIs that opt for regulation once they start taking deposits? In a new contribution to existing literature, our results show the impacts of regulation on performance of actually regulated MFIs and MFIs that opt for regulation once they start taking deposits.

·         Stability of banking sector: effect of bank market power on both the credit risk-taking attitude of Kazakhstani banks and overall stability of banks.

·         Effect of oil prices: effect of oil prices on the economic growth, real exchange rate, stock market, inflation rate, etc.

Selected Publications Articles

 

·         Katenova, M., M. Nurmakhanova. 2017. “Financial Development and Economic Growth: The Case of Kazakhstan”. International Review of Business Research Papers. Vol. 13. No. 1, 151 – 160.

·         Nurmakhanova, M., G. Kretzschmar, H. Fedhilla. 2015. “Trade-off between Financial Sustainability and Outreach of Microfinance Institutions”.  Eurasian Economic Review, Vol. 5, 231-250.

·         Nurmakhanova M., O. Pak. 2013. “The Effect of Market Power on Bank Credit Risk-Taking and Bank Stability in Kazakhstan”, Transition Studies Review, Vol. 20, 335-350.

·         Nurmakhanova M., O. Pak. 2013. “Bank market power and credit risk-taking in Kazakhstan”, Economics: strategy and practice, Vol. 4, p. 73-85.

  • Nurmakhanova M., G. Kretzschmar. 2011. “Kazakhstan – The Real Currency and Growth Challenge for Commodity Producing Countries”, Journal of Business and Policy Research, Vol. 6, 87-105.

 

Conference Papers

 

·         1st International Conference on Energy, Finance and the Macroeconomy. November 22-24, 2017, Montpellier, France. “The Effect of Regulation on Performance of Microfinance Institutions: Evidence from Cross Countries”.

·         Sixth Regional Conference of the Central Eurasian Studies Society (CESS). June-July 2017, Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan, “Oil and Growth Challenge in Kazakhstan”.

·         Eurasian Business and Economics Society, EBES 2017, May 2017, Rome, Italy.  “Oil prices and stock market in Kazakhstan”.

·         Euro-Asia Forum in Politics, Economics and Business, July 2016, Belgrade, Serbia. “Oil and Growth Challenge in Kazakhstan”.

·         The Economics Education and Research Consortium (EERC) 40-th Research workshop, May 2016, Kiyv. “Oil and Growth Challenge in Kazakhstan”.

·         The Economics Education and Research Consortium (EERC) 39-th Research workshop, December 2015, Kiyv. “Oil and Growth Challenge in Kazakhstan”.

·         The Economics Education and Research Consortium (EERC) 37-th Research workshop, December 2014, Kiyv. “Oil and Growth Challenge in Kazakhstan”.

·         The Economics Education and Research Consortium (EERC) 36-th Research workshop, June-July 2014, Kiyv. “Oil and Growth Challenge in Kazakhstan”.

·         Portuguese Finance Network, PFN 2014, Algarve University, June 2014, Faro, Portugal. “The Effect of Regulation on Performance of Microfinance Institutions”.

·         The Rimini Conference in Economics and Finance, RCEF-2014, Rimini Centre for Economic Analysis Rimini, June 2014, Italy. “Oil Prices, Exchange Rates and Stock Market in Kazakhstan”.

·         Eurasian Business and Economics Society, EBES 2014, Bilim University, Istanbul, June 2014, Turkey. “Financial Loss Distribution Behaviour Associated with MFI Outreach Financing”.

·         ESNIE 2014, Dauphine University, Paris, May 2014, France. “The Effect of Regulation on Performance of

Microfinance Institutions”.

·         Rimini Bayesian Workshop, University of Bologna, Rimini Campus, June 2013, Italy. “Financial Loss Distribution Behaviour Associated with MFI Outreach Financing”.

·         Research seminar, Dublin Institute of Technology, November 2012, Dublin, Ireland. “The impact of bank market power on bank credit risk-taking and stability in Kazakhstan”.

·         Business and Social Science Research Conference, January 2011, Dubai. “Kazakhstan- the real currency and growth challenge for commodity producing countries”.

·         4th workshop of Centre for Advanced Studies in Economics and Econometrics, June 2010, Faro, Portugal. “Effect of Oil Prices on Macroeconomic Performance of the Country”.

·         AAEA meeting, July 2008, Orlando, USA. “Timing of Fertilizer Applications: Environmental Implications”.

·         AAEA meeting, July 2006, Los Angeles, USA.”Effect of Crop Choice on Split Fertilizer Application”.

Teaching Current Courses Taught

·         Business Microeconomics

·         Business Macroeconomics

·         Principles of Finance

Grants/Fellowships ·         Principal investigator (2013), research grant sponsored by the Economic Education and Research Consortium, EERC, entitled by “Oil and Growth Challenge in Kazakhstan”.

·         Career Integration Fellowship (CIF) (2014)  CERGE-EI Teaching Fellows program

Awards ·         Teaching Excellence Award, KIMEP, 2015 and 2018

·         Paper titled “Kazakhstan – The Real Currency and Growth Challenge for Commodity Producing Countries” was presented on a Business and Social Science Research Conference in Dubai in January 2011 and won a Best Paper Award.


Olga Uzhegova

Uzhegova Olga, DBA

Assistant Professor of Finance  EDUCATION  DBA, Major in Finance, KIMEP University,…

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Assistant Professor of Finance 

EDUCATION 

DBA, Major in Finance, KIMEP University, 2010

Dissertation Topic: “The Relative Importance of Bank-Specific and Environmental Factors for Bank Profitability
in Developed and Emerging Economies”
 

MBA, Major in Finance and Accounting, Kazakhstan Institute of Management, Economics and Strategic Research under the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan (KIMEP), 2001 

Processing Engineer, Almaty Technological Institute, 1999 

WORK EXPERIENCE 

TeachingExperience

  • KIMEP University, Assistant Professor of Finance, Fall 2010‐Spring 2013, June 2014 – Present
  • KIMEP University, Part-time lecturer (Evening MBA program), September 2002 – 2004 

AdministrativeExperience

  • Associate Vice President, Administration and Planning, KIMEP U., December 20, 2013 ‐ May 31, 2014
  • Deputy to the President for Government Relations & Development, KIMEP U., Mid-January 2012- December 19, 2013
  • Corporate Secretary,KIMEP U., November 2004- present
  • Director of Development, KIMEP, September  2008- Mid-January 2012
  • Director of Joint-Stock Company Affairs, KIMEP, November 2004 – August 2008
  • Executive Assistant to the Vice President, External Affairs, KIMEP, February 2002 – November 2004

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Corporate Governance, Financial Risks: Hedging and Arbitrage

Phone: 270-42-06, 270-44-40 ext. 2016
Office: 104/adm
E-mail: uzhegova@kimep.kz

Phone: 270-42-06, 270-44-40 ext. 2016Office: 104/adm E-mail: uzhegova@kimep.kz


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Zhanat Syzdykov, DBA

Assistant Professor on Special Appointment Accounting area

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Zhanat Syzdykov, DBA

Associate Dean of Graduate Programs

Experience:

  • 17 years of teaching experience;
  • 5+ years of industry experience in private sector;
  • 10+ year of consultancy experience

Education:

  • 2011  DBA Student, KIMEP, Almaty, Kazakhstan
  • 2001 Petroleum Accounting Certificate, South Alberta Institute of Tehcnology, Calgary, Canada
  • 1998  Masters Studies in Accounting and Finance, Copenhagen Business School, Copenhagen, Denmark
  • 1996 MPA, KIMEP, Almaty, Kazakhstan
  • 1992 Bachelor in Mathematics, Buketov Karaganda State University, Kazakhstan

Professional Certifications:

  • Diploma in IFRS, ACCA,
  • Certified Auditor of the RK, 2010
  • CIPA, 2011
  • Certified Professional Accountant, 2011

Work experience:

  • 08.2010 – 03.2013; Director of Executive MBA Program, KIMEP, Almaty
  • 01.2010 – 08.2010;  Audit Partner, SAF Audit LLP, Almaty
  • 2005 – 2010; Head of Audit Department/ Audit Manager; KPMG Audit, Astana
  • 2002 – 2003; Vice-President Finance, Logycom JSC, Almaty
  • 2000 – 2002; PwC Kazakhstan; Assistant Manager TLS, Almaty
  • 1996 – 2000; Senior Lecturer, KIMEP, Almaty
  • 1995 – 1997; Audit Staff, Senior Consultant; KPMG, Almaty
  • 1992 – 1994; Senior Specialist, Akimat (City municipality); Kokshetau

Professional Associations:

  • Chamber of Auditor of the RK;
  • Member of the Examinations and Qualification Committee of the Chamber of Auditors;
  • Member of DipIFR Institute, Russia, subsidiary of the ACCA, the UK
  • Independent director at the Board of Directors, SK Leasing JSC; since June 2010

Courses taught:

  • ACC5212 Financial Statements Analysis
  • ACC 5202 Managerial Accounting
  • ACC 5208 International Financial Reporting Standards
  • ACC 5201 Financial Accounting for Managers
  • ACC 5001 Foundation of Accounting
  • ACC 5260 Selected Topics in Accounting: Petroleum Accounting
  • EBA 5206 Accounting and Finance: Theory and Applications
  • EBA 5221 Management Control Systems
  • ACC 4203 Auditing
  • ACC 3299 Oil and Gas Accounting
  • FIN 5001 Foundation of Finance
  • ACC 3101 Financial Accounting II
  • ACC 2102 Financial Accounting I
  • ACC 2101 Financial Accounting

Teaching interest:

Courses taught as above; development and preparation of new courses in line with new MSc in Accounting Program requirements.

Professional Training Experience:

Delivered professional tailor made training:

  • 40-hours seminar International Financial Reporting Standards in 8 major cities of Kazakhstan under the umbrella of the Ministry of Finance of the RK: Kostanay; Karagandy, Shymkent, Taraz, Taldy Korgan, Aktau, Pavlodar, Uralsk.
  • Advanced IFRS Trainings and Tailor made trainings for: KazMunayGas JSC: United Centre for Professional Development; AgipKCO; Mangistaumunaygas JSC; Ulba Metallurgical Plant JSC; Halyk Savings Bank Kazakhstan JSC, BTA Bank JSC, Altel JSC; etc.
  • Financial Management; Petroleum Accounting; Cost Management in Oil & Gas for OzenMunayGas PF; KazMunayGas JSC;
  • Tailor made trainings for selected IFRS/IAS – Agrofirm TNK LLC; BayanSulu JSC; Saryarka Airport JSC; Shymkent Oblast Tax Committee; Kostanay Oblast Regional Department of Finance; MAEK Kazatomprom LLC; PKF Alina, Almaty Oblast Tax Committee and others.
  • Participated in the project for adoption of the International Standards on Auditing in the RK as a part of Chamber of Auditors of the RK project.

Research interests:

  • “Related parties, corporate governance and company performance” in international business arena.
  • Corporate Governance Implications in Developing Countries;
  • Quality of Accounting Information Affecting Investors’ Choice;
  • Impact of Accounting Framework Choice Upon Performance of the Enterprises in Emerging Economies.

Publications:

  • Zhanat Syzdykov, Madi Mashakov, “Exploratory Study of Liquidity and Corporate Governance Association with Firm Performance: Kazakhstan Experience”; AFBE Journal Volume 6, No. 1, June, 2013; ISSN 2071 – 7873
  • Madi Mashakov, Zhanat Syzdykov, “Pension Funds in Kazakhstan”; KIRC 2013, Almaty;
  • Privatization in Kazakhstan; 1996; Civic Education Project; Conference proceedings at Nizhniy Novgorod, Russia;
  • Privatization and the Role of Foreign investor. A Pilot Study of Kazakhstan Experience; in cooperation with Jens Erik Torp; Peter Rekve; CAMAN Journal; January 2000


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Yuliya Frolova, DBA

Associate Professor of Management

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Name Yuliya Frolova
Position Associate Professor of Management
Email address frolova@kimep.kz
Education background DBA KIMEP University

MBA KIMEP University

BSC KIMEP University

Overview Dr. Yuliya Frolova is Associate Professor at the Bang College of Business, KIMEP University, Almaty city, Republic of Kazakhstan. In the academic year 2017-2018, she was an Associate Dean for Undergraduate Programs at the Bang College of Business. Previously she was a Chair of Management and Marketing Department for 1.5 years.

 

Dr. Yuliya Frolova also serves as IMA (Institute of Management Accountants, USA) Campus Advocate for KIMEP University. Campus Advocates are committed to understanding and conveying the benefits of IMA membership to students majoring in accounting, finance, and information technology to prepare them for successful careers in the field of managerial finance and accounting.

 

In Fall 2013, Dr. Yuliya Frolova taught management and accounting as a Visiting Assistant Professor at  Monfort College of Business, University of Northern Colorado, Greeley city, USA.

 

Dr. Yuliya Frolova holds DBA degree with major in management and minors in accounting and business law; MBA degree with majors in accounting and finance; and BSC degree in Business Administration with major in accounting. She also has professional qualifications in accounting for her knowledge of international accounting theory and practice and her relevant work experience in this field: Certified Management Accountant (CMA), USA; Professional Accountant, Russia; and Certified Accounting Practitioner (CAP), Kazakhstan.

 

Dr. Yuliya Frolova has been judged by KIMEP University to be academically qualified in management and professionally qualified in accounting under the AACSB (the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business) guidelines. She teaches a variety of courses in management and accounting at undergraduate and graduate levels. Her mission is to constantly obtain new knowledge and to share it through teaching and research.

 

Research Interests Professor Frolova’s primary research interest focuses on studying the influence of personality on various work-related outcomes.
Publications ·         Davis, P., Frolova, Y., and Callahan, W.  (2017). Toward an Understanding of the Failure of Talent Identification Initiatives in the African Public Sector. Journal of Management Policy and Practice (ISSN:1913-8067), 18(1): 102-113.

·         Davis, P., Frolova, Y., and Callahan, W.  (2016). Retaining leadership talent in the African public sector: An assessment of the HR challenge. Journal of Leadership, Accountability and Ethics (ISSN: 1913-8059), 13(3): 67-78.

·         Davis, P., Frolova, Y., and Callahan, W. (2016). Perceptions, Antecedents and Consequents of Employee Engagement Initiatives in Australian Organizations. American Journal of Management (ISSN: 2165-7998), 16(1): 42-53.

·         Frolova, Y. and Mahmood, M. (2016). Employee Duty Orientation in Kazakhstan: A Multi-Level Analysis. Presentation made at the KIMEP International Research Conference (KIRC-2016), Almaty, Kazakhstan, April 8-9, 2016.

·         Davis, P., Frolova, Y., and Callahan, W. (2016). Workplace Diversity Management in Australia: What do Managers Think and What are Organisations Doing? Equality, Diversity and Inclusion: An International Journal, 35(2): 81-98. (Publisher: Emerald; listed in SSCI, Scopus)

·         Dixon, J. and Frolova, Y. (2015). Accounting Disclosures on Fair Value Valuations: The Material Misstatement Threats Facing Board of Directors in Kazakhstan. AFBE Journal, 8(2): 90-107. (ISSN: 2071-7873. Listed in CABELLS Directory.)

·         Frolova, Y. (2015). An Exploratory Comparison of Personal Values of Young People in Kazakhstan and the USA. Bulletin of Turan University, 2(66): 272 – 277 (In 2015, the Journal is in the list of scientific publications recommended by the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan. ISBN 1562-2959).

·         Frolova, Y. (2015). What Job Will Bring Satisfaction for Young People in Developed Economy with Individualistic Culture and in Developing Economy with Collectivistic Culture? An Exploratory Comparative Analysis. Proceedings from XII KIMEP International Research Conference (KIRC-2015), Almaty, Kazakhstan, April 3-4, 2015: 148-163.

·         Frolova, Y. (2014). What Job Will Bring Satisfaction? An Analysis Based on Responses of Students Studying Business in Kazakhstan. Eurasian Journal of Business and Management, 2(2): 25-49. DOI: 10.15604/ejbm.2014.02.02.00x (Listed in CABELLS Directory.)

·         Frolova, Y. (2014). Work-Related Ethical Perceptions and Choices of Students Studying Business in Kazakhstan and in the USA: An Exploratory Comparative Analysis. Bulletin of Turan University, 3(63): 219 – 224. (In 2014, the Journal is in the list of scientific publications recommended by the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan. ISBN 1562-2959).

·         Soltwisch, B., Iyer, V., and Frolova, Y. (2014). The Influence of Emotional Intelligence on the Adjustment and Performance of Exchange Students. 2nd International Interdisciplinary Business-Economics Advancement Conference, Istanbul, Turkey, July 16-19, 2014.

·         Frolova, Y. (2014). An Exploratory Comparison of Attitude-Based Leadership Styles of Young People in the United States of America and in Kazakhstan. AFBE Journal, 7(1): 62-77. (ISSN: 2071-7873. Listed in CABELLS Directory.)

·         Frolova, Y. (2014). Student Contributions to the Teaching of Ethics in Business Classes. In K. Nantz (Ed.), Business Education in Central Asia: Best Practices in Integrative Study and Teaching (pp. 43 – 52). North Charleston, South Carolina: U.S. Central Asia Education Foundation.

·         Frolova, Y. (2014). The Instructional Value of Case Studies Written for Students in Central Asian Universities. In K. Nantz (Ed.), Business Education in Central Asia: Best Practices in Integrative Study and Teaching (pp. 121 – 130). North Charleston, South Carolina: U.S. Central Asia Education Foundation.

·         Frolova, Y. (2014). The Benefits of Student Participation in the Grading of Group Presentations. In K. Nantz (Ed.), Business Education in Central Asia: Best Practices in Integrative Study and Teaching (pp. 187 – 194). North Charleston, South Carolina: U.S. Central Asia Education Foundation.

·         Frolova, Y. (2014). The Importance of Seeking Student Input To Improve Teaching Methods. In K. Nantz (Ed.), Business Education in Central Asia: Best Practices in Integrative Study and Teaching (pp. 195 – 206). North Charleston, South Carolina: U.S. Central Asia Education Foundation.

·         Frolova, Y. and Soltwisch, B. (2013). An Exploratory Study on Measuring the Level of Emotional Intelligence of Young People Studying Business in USA.  Proceedings from the 1st Human and Social Sciences at the Common Conference (HASSACC-2013), Slovak Republic, November 18-22: 113-118.

·         Dixon, J. and Frolova, Y. (2013). The Reliable Relevance of Bank Financial Statements in Kazakhstan: The Fair Value Challenge for Auditors. AFBE Journal, 6(2): 122-139. (ISSN: 2071-7873. Listed in CABELLS Directory.)

·         Frolova, Y. (2013). An Exploratory Study of Prevailing Leadership Styles of Kazakhstan Students Majoring in Management and Students Majoring in Accounting. KAFU (Kazakh-American Free University) Academic Journal, 1, 66 – 70.

·         Frolova, Y. and Dixon, J. (2013). Evidence of Psychological Traps Presence in Financial Reporting. Journal of Economy, Business and Financing, 1/2013, 1-7. (ISSN: 1339-3723. Publisher: Thomson Ltd., Zilina, Slovakia.)

·         Dixon, J. and Frolova, Y. (2013). Accounting for Good Governance: The Fair Value Challenge. Corporate Governance, 13(3), 199-219. (ISSN: 1472-0701. Publisher: Emerald; listed in SSCI, SCOPUS )

·         Dixon, J. and Frolova, Y. (2013). The Hierarchical Civil Servant, Administrative Theory & Praxis, 35(2), 199-219. (ISSN: 1084-1806. Publisher: M.E. Sharper, Armonk NY, USA.)

·         Frolova, Y. (2013). An Insight into Attitude-Based Leadership Styles of Young People in Kazakhstan: A BSC Perspective.  AFBE Journal, 6(1): 74-87. (ISSN: 2071-7873. Listed in CABELLS Directory.)

·         Frolova, Y. (2013). An Inquiry of Personal Values of Business Students in Kazakhstan. Asian Journal of Business and Management Sciences, 2(12): 13-30. (ISSN: 2047-2528. Listed in CABELLS Directory and GALE CENGAGE Learning.)

·         Erdener, C. and Frolova, Y. (2013). Managerial Ethics Research: Issues for Accounting in Kazakhstan. International Academy of Business and Economics (IABE) Conference, Bangkok, Thailand, June 15-17, 2013.

·         Frolova, Y. and Dixon, J. (2013). Kazakhstani Business Student Work-Related Ethical Perceptions and Choices: An Exploratory Analysis.  Proceedings from X KIMEP International Research Conference (KIRC-2013), Almaty, Kazakhstan, April 4-6, 2013.

·         Frolova, Y. and Dixon, J. (2012). Positive Organizational Behavior: Its Relevance and Transferability to Kazakhstan.  KAFU (Kazakh-American Free University) Academic Journal, 3, 188 – 191. (In 2012, the Journal was in the list of scientific publications recommended by the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan.)

·         Frolova, Y. and Dixon, J. (2012). Positive Organizational Behavior: It’s Application to Kazakhstan. KAFU (Kazakh-American Free University) Academic Journal, 3, 198 – 201. (In 2012, the Journal was in the list of scientific publications recommended by the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan.)

·         Frolova, Y. and Dixon, J. (2012). An Exploratory Analysis of Business Student Perception of Ethics: A B.Sc. Perspective. Bulletin of UIB (University of International Business), 4(26): 120 – 122. (In 2012, the Journal was in the list of scientific publications recommended by the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan.)

·         Frolova, Y. and Dixon, J. (2012). An Epistemological Challenge of Psychological Traps Presence in Financial Reporting.  Proceedings from the 1st Virtual International Conference on Advanced Research in Scientific Areas (ARSA-2012), Slovakia, December 3-7: 67-71.

·         Frolova, Y. and Dixon, J. (2012). An Epistemological Challenge for Fair Value Accounting: The Classification of Financial Instruments for the Purpose of the Fair Value Estimation by Kazakhstan’s Banking Industry. Proceedings from IX KIMEP International Research Conference (KIRC-2012), Almaty, Kazakhstan, April 19-21: 19-24.

·         Dixon, J. and Frolova, Y. (2011). Existential Poverty: Welfare Dependency, Learned Helplessness and Psychological Capital. Poverty & Public Policy, 3(2), DOI: 10.2202/1944-2858.1158. (Online ISSN: 1944-2858. Wiley Online Library.)

·         Erdener, C. and Frolova, Y. (2010). An Exploratory Study of Some Possible Attitudinal and Cultural Antecedents of Accounting Fraud Risk in Kazakhstan. Proceedings from VII KIMEP International Research Conference (KIRK-2010), Almaty, Kazakhstan.

·          Leonard, J. and Frolova Y. (2007). A Regression Analysis of Kazakhstan’s Pension Funds. Caspian Digest May.

·         Leonard, J. and Frolova Y. (2006). Accounting: Kazakh Needs for IAS. Business Leadership in Central Asia, H. Gaggiotti (Ed), Almaty, Kazakhstan: Caspian Academic Press.

Teaching Courses taught at executive MBA level:

·         Organizational Behavior and Development

Courses taught at graduate (master) level:

·         MGT5201/MGT5101 Organizational Behavior and Leadership Ethics

·         MGT5200 Business Communication

·         ACC5203 Financial Reporting and Management Control

·         ACC5212 Financial Statement Analysis

·         FIN5113.1 Financial Reporting and Analysis

·         FIN5113.2 Financial Reporting and Analysis

Courses taught at undergraduate (bachelor) level:

·         MG3299.12 Selected Topics in Management: Management of Organizations

·         MGT3212 Organizational Behavior

·         MGT3206 Leadership and Motivation

·         MGT3205 Decision Making

·         MGT3201 Business Communication

·         MGT4203 Performance Management

·         MGT4204 Cases in Management

·         ACC1201 Financial Accounting I

·         ACC1202 Financial Accounting II

·         ACC3201 Intermediate Financial Accounting I

·         ACC3202 Intermediate Financial Accounting II

·         ACC2201 Management Accounting I

·         ACC3110 Management Accounting II

 

Awards ·         Certificate of Service Excellence awarded for the academic year 2004 – 2005 for preeminence in academic development and services at the College of Continuing Education (currently: Executive Education Center), KIMEP


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Bibigul Zhakupova, DBA

Senior Lecturer, from 2017 Doctoral student at KIMEP Short biography:…

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Senior Lecturer, from 2017 Doctoral student at KIMEP

Short biography:

Work experience includes working for the State Committee on Financial Control (Senior inspector), BG (British Gas) Kazakhstan (Chief Accountant), Foradex S.A. (Chief Accountant), KIMEP (Senior lecturer).

Education:
MS in Educational Administration and Policy Studies, SUNY Albany, 2009
MA in Economics, KIMEP, 1998
BA in Finance, Karaganda State University, 1993

Courses taught at KIMEP:

Financial Accounting I, Financial Accounting II, Intermediate Financial Accounting I, Intermediate Financial Accounting II, Advanced Financial Accounting I, Advanced Financial Accounting II, Management Accounting I, Management Accounting II.

Research interests:

The relationship between financial incentives and the quality of education at the state and institutional level.

Contact info:

Tel: 270-44-40 Ext: 2062
Office: 313 / Dostyk bld
Email: zbibigul@kimep.kz


Rashid-Makarov1

Rashid Makarov

Assistant Professor of Accounting

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Name Rashid R. Makarov
Position Assistant Professor of Accounting
Contact detail rashidm@kimep.kz, +7-727-2704440 (ext) 2061
Education background DBA (Accounting), KIMEP, Kazakhstan

MBA (Accounting and finance), KIMEP, Kazakhstan

MSc (Applied mathematics),  Al-Farabi Kazakh State University , Kazakhstan

Overview Despite clear evidence of widespread corporate earnings manipulation, research models have been surprisingly poor at predicting the conditions and variables which give rise to manipulation. Findings suggest the explanatory power of accrual models coefficients is influenced by tail data artifact and hetroscedastisity. My research interests are to revisit accrual models with respect to two adjustments necessary to preserve the integrity of earnings quality models. Firstly, to identify a need for filters that cut-off idiosyncratic observations related to business situations that alter “conditional” relationships among model variables; demonstrate the inadequacy of  data trimming or winsorising which are inadequate to classify data  into homogeneous clusters of business conditions. Secondly, to identify sufficiency of removing idiosyncratic observations to shield against heteroscedasticity; to re-estimate models coefficients, by computing heteroscedasticity consistent variance-covariance matrices, and test if it leads to a decrease in significance of coefficients for all “classical” models; to assess if understanding and proper separation of sample clusters is likely to determine the future of these models usage.

Professor Makarov’s research has been published in Journal of Communication in Statistics, Journal of Business, Economics and Finance, and Journal of International Business and Economics.

Research Interests ·         Value relevance of publicly available information

·         Balanced scorecard impact on performance

·         Income manipulation via accruals

·         Earnings management and earnings quality

·         Quality of discretional accruals

Selected Publications Articles (In English)

·         2015, December. “Journal of Business, Economics and Finance” (Cabell listed) . Article “Corporate Governance and Firm Performance in the Oil and Gas Industry of Russia.”

·         2015, July. “Communications in Statistics – Theory and Methods” (“A” class journal, impact factor 0.298). Article “New invariant and consistent chi-squared type goodness-of-fit tests for multivariate normality and a related comparative simulation study”

·         2013, August. “Journal of International Business and Economics”, Volume 13, No. 2 (Cabell listed, acceptance rate 15%). Article “Social Trust in Central Asia.”

·         2012, December, Asian Forum on Business Education Journal (AFBE), Volume 5, No. 2 (Cabell listed). Article “Goodness-of-fit tests for two-dimensional circular normal probability distribution.”

·         2012, June, “Journal of International Business and Economics”, Volume 12, No. 2 (Cabell listed, acceptance rate 15%). Article “Financial reporting practices in emerging economy: Determinants of cash flow reporting methods in Kazakhstan.”

·         2012, March, “International Journal of Contemporary Business Studies,” Volume 3, no. 3 (Cabell listed, acceptance rate 20%). Article “Determinants of Voluntary Disclosures in the Banking Sector: An Empirical Study.”

Articles (In Russian)

·          25 Feb, 2003, Kazakhstani Journal for Professional Accountants “Accountants’ Files”(“Файл Бухгалтера”), Article “Cost and Management Accounting: Problems and Solutions”

·          11 Mar, 2003, Kazakhstani Journal for Professional Accountants “Accountants’ Files”(“Файл Бухгалтера”), Article “Cost and Management Accounting: Cost Classification”

·         18 Mar, 2003, Kazakhstani Journal for Professional Accountants “Accountants’ Files”(“Файл Бухгалтера”), Article “Cost and Management Accounting: Cost Classification” (cont.)

Book Chapters

·         2015, January. Book chapter “Corporate governance and voluntary disclosure: A study on banking industry of Kazakhstan”, in Cockburn, T. and Wilson, E. (Ed.) “Responsible Governance: International Perspectives for the New Era”, Business Expert Press, New York, USA.

Conference Papers

·         2018, April 13-14, 15th Annual KIMEP International Research Conference (KIRC), Almaty, Kazakhstan. Working paper presentation: “Perceptions of major cities in Russia and Kazakhstan.”

·         2017, 24 November, Conference “Innovations in Kazakhstan’s science and education:

Realities and a look into the future”, Semey, Kazakhstan. Article “Impact of corporate governance on earnings management of Kazakhstani banks”.

·         2015, 25 November. Conference “Silk Road and its impact on Socio-Economic, Historical and Cultural Aspects of Development of Kazakhstan”, Semey, Kazakhstan. Article “Earnings management in agricultural sector of the republic of Kazakhstan”
·         2015, October 17. 3rd Scientific-Applied Conference “Statistics and its applications”, Tashkent, Uzbekistan. Article “Vector-valued tests for multivariate normality”

·         2014, June 11 – 14, 3rd Stochastic Modeling Techniques and Data Analysis International Conference, Lisbon, Portugal. Working paper presentation (published in proceedings) “21st Century’s misusing of the classical Pearson’s sum and power divergence statistics”

·         2014, 16 – 18 June, Eurasia Business Research Conference, Istanbul, Turkey. Best Paper Award for working paper “Corporate Governance and Firm Performance in the Oil and Gas Industry of Russia.”

·         2013, August 5-11, Joint Statistical Meeting 2013, Montreal, Canada. The meeting is held by American Statistical Association. Working paper presentation: “A new invariant and consistent chi-squared type goodness-of-fit test for multivariate normality”.

·         2012, Oct 14-17, IABE-2012 Annual Conference, Las Vegas, USA, Working paper presentation. Title: “Goodness-of-fit tests for two-dimensional circular normal probability distribution.”

·         2012, June 7-9, IABE Conference, Venice, Italy, Paper presentation “Financial Reporting practices in emerging economy: determinants of cash flow reporting methods in Kazakhstan.”

·         2012, April 19-21, 9th Annual KIMEP International Research Conference (KIRC), Almaty, Kazakhstan. Working paper presentation. Title: “Value-Relevance of Financial Reports: Impact of Earnings Manipulation.”

·         2012, April 19-21, 9th Annual KIMEP International Research Conference (KIRC), Almaty, Kazakhstan, Working paper presentation. Title: “Goodness-of-fit tests for two-dimensional circular normal probability distribution.”

·         2011,  Aug 6-10, American Accounting Association Annual Meeting,  Denver, Colorado,

Paper presentation; published in proceedings. Title: “The Application of Cash Flow Reporting Methods in Emerging Economy: Exploratory Study of Financial Reporting Practices in Kazakhstan.”

·         2011, April 27-29, 8th Annual KIMEP International Research Conference (KIRC), Almaty, Kazakhstan. Paper presentation. Title: “Business Combinations in the CIS – The Role of Individual Agents in Accounting for Control.”

Teaching Current Courses Taught

·         Financial Accounting

·         Intermediate Financial Accounting

·         Management Accounting

·         Performance Management

Grants ·         Co-researcher (2015) in “Vector-valued tests for multivariate normality”. The research grant 0760/GF (US$20,000) of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan. Principal researcher: Dr. Voinov V.G. Jan, 2015- Dec, 2015
·         Co-researcher (2014) in “New invariant and consistent chi-squared type goodness-of-fit tests for multivariate normality and a related comparative simulation study”. The research grant 0760/GF (US$20,000) of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan. Principal researcher: Dr. Voinov V.G. Jan, 2014- Dec, 2014
Awards ·         Eurasia Business Research Conference. June 2014, Turkey. Best Paper Award for paper “Corporate Governance and Firm Performance in the Oil and Gas Industry of Russia”.


Vassiliy Voinov

Vassilly Voinov

Professor of BCB, Department of Marketing and Management

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Name Vassilly Voinov
Position Professor of BCB, Department of Marketing and Management
Email address voinovv@kimep.kz
Education background ·         Doctor of Physical and Mathematical Sciences (“Probability  Theory and Mathematical Statistics”),

Joint Institute for Nuclear Research (1989, Dubna, Moscow  region, USSR)

 

Overview    Professor Voinov’s current primary research interest focuses on studying the hard optimization problems in business. Specifically, he examines possibility to elaborate polynomial in time algorithms and software to solve discrete linear programs, knapsack, subset sum, packing and assignment problems.

His numerous valuable research results have been published in Communications in Statistics – Theory and Methods, Communications in Statistics – Simulation and Computations, Australian and New Zealand J. of Statistics, J. of Statistical Planning and Inference, Revue  Roumaine de Mathématiques  Pures et Appliquées and in many other reputable peer reviewed journals. Currently he has 318 citations of his publications.

Research Interests Probability theory, mathematical statistics, applied statistics, statistical models in business and economics, business time-series forecasting, discrete mathematics and linear programming, hard discrete optimization problems in business.
Membership in International Professional Organizations 1) [Currently] A member of the American Statistical Association. A peer reviewer of manuscripts for the journals “Communications in Statistics”, “Computational statistics and data analysis”, “J. of Statistical Computation and Simulation”.

2) [Currently] A member of the American Mathematical Society. A permanent  reviewer for the journal “Mathematical Reviews”.

Postgraduate Students Supervising Supervised three candidate of sciences theses and one PhD thesis of Mr. L.Bordes in Bordeaux-2 University (France). All of them have defended their theses successfully.

 

Selected Publications Books:

1)      Voinov V.G., Nikulin M.S., Balakrishnan N. (2013) Chi-squared goodness-of-fit tests with applications. Academic Press, ELSEVIER, New York, etc. 229 pp.

2)      Voinov V.G., Nikulin M.S. (1996) Unbiased estimators and their applications. Vol.2: Multivariate case, 262p.,Kluwer Academic publishers, The Netherlands.

3)      Voinov V.G., Nikulin M.S. (1993) Unbiased estimators and their applications. Vol.1: Univariate case, 521pp.,Kluwer Academic publishers, The Netherlands

4)      Voinov V.G., Nikulin M.S. (1989) Unbiased estimators and their applications. Moscow, Nauka, 436pp. (in Russian)

5)      Voinov G.G. et al (1978) An automation of film information treatment under high energies. “Nauka” AN KazSSR, 131 pp. (in Russian)

6)      Voinov V.G., Chasnikov I.Ya. (1969) Multiple scattering of charged particles in nuclear emulsions. Alma-Ata, “Nauka KazSSR”, 130pp. (in Russian).

Chapters in books:

1)      M. Nikulin., V. Voinov.  (2011). Unbiased estimators and their applications. In: “International Encyclopaedia of Statistical Sciences”. Part U, pp. 1619-1621,  Springer: New York .

2)      V. Voinov., M. Nikulin.  (2011). Chi-square Goodness-of-fit Tests: Drawbacks and Improvements. International Encyclopedia of Statistical Science, Part C, pp. 246-250, Springer: New York.

3)      V. Voinov, R. Alloyarova, N. Pya. (2008).  Recent achievements in modified chi-squared goodness-of-fit testing. Chapter in the book:”Statistical models and methods for biomedical and technical systems”, eds. F.Vonta, M.Nikulin, N.Limnios, C.Huber. ISTE&WILEY, London, pp.193-206.

4)      V. Voinov, M. Nikulin, N. Pya (2007) Independent distributed in the limit components of some chi-squared tests. In the Book: “Recent  Advances in Stochastic Modelling and Data Analysis” Editor: Christos H. Skiadas, Publisher: World Scientific Publishing Co Pte Ltd.,  p.243-250

5)      M.Nikulin, V.Voinov (2006) Chi-squared testing. In: Encyclopedia of Statistical Sciences, (S.Kotz, N.Balakrishnan, C.B.Read, B.Vidakovich, eds.) 2nd Edition, Vol.2, John Wiley $ Sons, Hoboken, New Jersey, pp.912-921.

6)      Voinov V.G., Nikulin M.S. (2000) Unbiased estimation in reliability and similar problems. In: Recent Advances in Reliability Theory, Eds: M.Limnios, M.Nikulin, Birkhäuser, Boston 435-448

7)      Voinov V.G., Nikulin M.S. (1997) On a subset sum algorithm and its probabilistic and other applications. In: Advances in combinatorial methods and applications to probability and statistics, Ed.: N. Balakrishnan, Birkhäuser, Boston, 153-163

Papers in refereed journals:

1)      Voinov, V. (2017) A Note on the Intractability of Partition, Knapsack, Subset Sum and Related Problems. Математический журнал,  Vol. 17, No.4, 13-24.

2)      Voinov, V., Pya, N. (2017) R-Software for additive partitioning of positive integers. Математический журнал,  Vol. 17, No.1, 69-76.

3)      Voinov, V., Pya, N., Makarov, R., Voinov, Y. (2016) New invariant and consistent chi-squared type goodness-of-fit tests for multivariate normality and a related comparative simulation study. Commun. in Statist. – Theory and Methods, 45, 3249 — 3263

4)      Voinov, V., Pya, N., Shapakov, N., Voinov, Y. (2013). Goodness-of-fit tests for the power-generalized Weibull probability distribution. Commun.Statist.-Simula.Computa., Vol.42, 1003-1012.

5)      Voinov,V., Pya, N., Makarov, R., Voinov, Y. (2012). Goodness-of-fit tests for two-dimensional normal probability distribution. AFBE Journal, Vol. 5, 201-218.

6)      Ya. Lumelskii, V. Voinov, E. Voinov, M. Nikulin. (2011). Approximate confidence limits for a proportion of the   Polyá distribution.  Commun. Statist-Theory Methods, Vol. 40, pp. 1601-1619.

7)      V. Voinov, E. Voinov, R. Rakhimova. (2010). Poisson versus binomial: The U.S. Supreme Court judges’ appointment. Australian and New Zealand J. of Statistics, Vol.52(3), pp.261-274.

8)      V. Voinov, E. Voinov. (2010). A statistical reanalysis of the classical Rutherford’s experiment. Commun.Statist.-Simula.Computa., Vol.39, 157-171.

9)      V. Voinov, N. Pya. (2010). A note on vector-valued goodness-of-fit tests.  Commun. Statist-Theory Methods, Vol.39, 452-459

10)  V. Voinov. (2010). A decomposition of Pearson-Fisher and Dzhaparidze-Nikulin statistics and some ideas for a more powerful test construction. Commun. Statist-Theory Methods, Vol.39, 667-677.

11)  V. Voinov, N. Pya., R. Alloyarova. (2009). A comparative study of some modified chi-squared tests. Commun.Statist.-Simula.Computa., Vol.38, 355-367.

12)  R.Alloyarova, M. Nikulin, N. Pya, and V. Voinov (2007). The Power-Generalized Weibull probability distribution and its use in survival analysis. Communications in Dependability and Quality Management, Vol. 10, 2007, pp.5-15.

13)  Ya. Lumelskii, V. Voinov, M. Nikulin, P. Feigin  (2007) On a generalization of the classical random sampling scheme and unbiased estimation. Commun.Statist.Theory and Methods, Vol.36, pp.693-705.

14)  В.Г.Воинов (2006). Об оптимальных свойствах критерия Рао-Робсон-Никулина. Заводская Лаборатория, Том.72, с.65-70.

15)  Nikulin M.S., Smirnov T.I.,Voinov V.G. (2002) Multivariate discrete distributions induced by an urn scheme, linear diophantine equations, unbiased estimating, testing and applications. J. of Stat. Plan. & Inf., Vol.101, Issue 1-2, pp. 255-266

16)  Voinov V.G. et al (2001) A probabilistic description of radioactive contamination: a multivariate model. Appl. Radiation and Isotopes, Vol.54, 355-363.

17)   Voinov V.G. et al (2000) A probabilistic description of radioactive contamination. Appl. Radiation and Isotopes, Vol.52, 993-1002

18)   Voinov V.G., Nikulin M.S. (1997). On some statistical and probability problems related to unipartite and multipartite partitions. Rev. Roum. Math. Pures et Appl., Vol.52, 163-178

19)   Bordes L., Nikulin M.S., Voinov V.G. (1997) Unbiased estimation for a multivariate exponential whose components have a common shift. J. Multivar. Analysis, Vol. 63, 199-221.

20)   Voinov V.G., Nikulin M.S. (1995) A review of the results on the Stein approach for estimators improvement. Questiio, Vol.19, 9-35

21)   Voinov V.G., Nikulin M.S. (1995) On the problem of the means of weighted normal populations. Questiio, Vol.19, 93-106

22)   Voinov V.G., Nikulin M.S. (1995) Generating functions, problems of additive number theory and some statistical applications. Rev. Roum. Math. Pures et Appl., Vol.40, 107-147

23)   Voinov V.G., Nikulin M.S. (1994) A chi-square goodness-of-fit test for modified power series distributions. Sankhya, Vol.56B, 86-94

24)   Voinov V.G., Nikulin M.S. (1994) On power series, Bell polynomials, Hardy-Ramanujan-Rademacher problem and their statistical applications. Kybernetika, Vol.30, 343-358

25)   Voinov V.G., Nikulin M.S. (1993) Unbiased estimators of multivariate discrete distributions and chi-square goodness-of-fit test. Questiio, Vol.17, 301-326

26)   Voinov V.G., Kumganbayev M. (1990) A derivation of the probability density function for a modified Greenwood’s statistic and testing the uniformity. Sankhya, Vol.52A, 91-102

27)   Voinov V.G., Nikulin M.S. (1989) A chi-square goodness  of-fit test for exponential distributions of the first order. Lecture notes N1412, Springer, 239-258

28)   Voinov V.G., Pshenin E.S. (1987) Does the phenomenon of anomalons really exist? Z. Phys. A.-Atomic Nuclei, Vol. 328, 363-371

29)   Voinov V.G. (1986) On Jani’s paper on the minimum variance unbiased estimation for a left-truncated modified power series distribution. Sankhya, Vol. 48B, 144-150

30)   Voinov V.G. (1985) Unbiased estimation of powers of the inverse of mean and related problems. Sankhya, Vol. 47B, 354-364

31)   Voinov V.G., Pshenin E.S. (1985) On the momentum and the energy estimation for charged tracks in nuclear emulsion and bubble chambers. Nucl. Instrum. And Methods in Phys. Res., Vol. A238, 572-574

32)   Voinov V.G. (1984) Variance and its unbiased estimator for the common mean of several normal populations. Sankhya, Vol. 46B, 291-300

33)   Voinov V.G., Chenyavsky M.M. (1984) On the statistical estimation of the lifetimes of charmed particles. Nucl. Instrum. And Methods in Phys. Res., Vol. A228, 133-140

34)   Voinov V.G., Pshenin E.S. (1983) A possible explanation for the evidence of anomalously short mean free paths of projectile fragments from heavy ion collisions. Phys. Lett., Vol.128B, 133-137

35)   Voinov V.G. et al (1977) Energy and angle distributions of secondary particles in – nucleus interactions at 50 Gev, Nuclear Physics, Vol. 25, pp. 1003-1008

36)   Voinov V.G. et al (1977). Associate multiples in – nucleus interactions at 50 Gev. Nuclear Physics, Vol. 25, pp. 782-787

37)   Voinov V.G. et al (1972) Pion-nucleus’ interactions momentum characteristics at 60 Gev. Nuclear Physics, Vol. 16, pp. 539-545

38)   Voinov V.G. et al (1970) Coherent production of particles by 60 Gev/c pions on emulsion nuclei.  Phys. Lett., Vol.31B, 241-245

39)   Voinov V.G. et al (1970) General characteristics of pion-nucleon interactions at 60 Gev/c obtained in nuclear emulsions. Phys. Lett., Vol.31B, 237-240

40)   Voinov V.G. et al (1969) Inelastic and coherent pion-nucleus interactions in nuclear emulsions under the energy 60 Gev. Nuclear Physics, Vol. 10, pp. 991-998

41)   Voinov V.G., Chasnikov I.Ya. (1968) Multiple Coulomb Scattering of pions with the energy of 60 Gev. Nuclear Physics, Vol. 10, pp. 988-990

 Other publications:

1)  Voinov, V. (2015) 115 Years’ jubilee of Karl Pearson’s chi-squared test. III Scientific-

applied conference “Statistics and its Applications” Tashkent 2015, 1-10.

2) V.G. Voinov (2014). Recent achievements in chi-squared type goodness-of-fit testing.

 Математический журнал, Vol. 14, pp. 90-115.

3)  V. Voinov. (2010). The chi-squared test and modifications: from 1900 to 2010.  In JSM

     Proceedings, Section on Statistical Education. Alexandria, VA: American Statistical

Association. 869-880.

4)   Y. Voinov. (2010). Approximate confidence limits for a proportion of the hypergeometric

probability distribution: applications in audits, acceptance sampling and medical

investigations. In JSM Proceedings, Business and Economic Statistics Section.

Alexandria, VA: American Statistical Association. 881-893.

5)   V.Voinov., E.Voinov (2009). Some new modified chi-squared goodness-of-fit tests and

their application in particle physics and political science. In: Proceedings of JSM 2008,

Denver, Colorado, Aug. 3-7, ISBN 978-0-9791747-5-9,  pp.540-547

6)   V.Voinov,  N. Pya  (2007) A note on vector-valued goodness-of-fit tests. In Proceedings

of the XIIth Int. Conf. On Applied Stochastic Models and Data Analysis, May 29-31 and

June 1, 2007, Chania, Crete, Greece, CD publication.

7)  O. Vlasov, V.Voinov  (2006) “On optimizing advertising activities of a company”.  Proc.

Of the 5th Annual KIMEP Int. Research Conf. (KIRC),KIMEP, Almaty 2006, pp.155-161

8)  Ya. Lumelskii, V. Voinov, M. Nikulin, P. Feigin  (2006) “Unbiased estimators for the

multivariate Polya distributions”. In: Proc. Of the Int. Conf. on Statistical Methods for

Biomedical and Technical Systems, Limassol, Cyprus, May 29-31, 2006, pp. 381-386.

9)   Voinov V.G. (2004) Chi-squared goodness-of-fit tests: history, achievements, open

problems. In: Proc. Of the 7th Iranian Statist. Conf., Allameh-Tabatabaie Univ., Aug. 23-

25, 2004, pp. 366-384.

10)  Voinov V., Pya N. (2004)  On the power of modified chi-squared goodness-of-fit tests

for the family of logistic and normal distributions. In: Proc. Of the 7th Iranian Statist.

Conf., Allameh-Tabatabaie Univ., Aug. 23-25, 2004, pp. 385-403.

11)   Novak M., Voinov V. and Pya N. (2003) Probabilistic and neural network descriptions

of radioactive fields. In: Proceedings of the Int. Conf. “Advances in Statistical Inferential

Methods: Theory and Applications”, June 9-12, 2003, KIMEP, “Gylym”, Almaty, pp. 149

– 169.

12)   Voinov V., Naumov A. and Pya N. (2003) Some recent advances in chi-squared testing.

In: Proceedings of the Int. Conf. “Advances in Statistical Inferential Methods: Theory

and Applications”, June 9-12, 2003, KIMEP, “Gylym”, Almaty, pp. 233 – 247

13)  Vlasov O., Voinov V., Kini R. and Pya N. (2003) A multivariate statistical model of a

firm’s advertising activities and their financial implications. In: Proceedings of the Int.

Conf. “Advances in Statistical Inferential Methods: Theory and Applications”, June 9-12,

2003, KIMEP, “Gylym”, Almaty, pp. 471 – 476

14)  Voinov V. and Pya N. (2003)  On some business and other applications of neural net like

algorithms. In: Proceedings of the Int. Conf. “Advances in Statistical Inferential Methods:

Theory and Applications”, June 9-12, 2003, KIMEP, “Gylym”, Almaty, pp. 477 – 485.

15)  Pya N.Y., Voinov V.G. (2002)  The non-uniqueness of a non-negative integer solution of

a system of linear Diophantine equations with applications to integer programming,

genetics, reliability, etc. Proceedings of a Third Int. Conf. on Math. Methods in

Reliability (June 17-20, 2002, Trondheim, Norway), NTNU.

16)  Nikulin M.S., Voinov V.G. (2002) On some chi-squared type criteria for the logistic,

exponential and normal distributions. Technical Report No. 0204 of University Victor

Segalen Bordeaux 2 – France, 13p.

17)  Voinov V.G., Pya N. (2002) On some business, radioecology and other applications of

neural net like algorithms. Technical Report No. 0205 of University Victor Segalen

Bordeaux 2 – France, 9p.

18)  Voinov V.G. et al (2001) Some remarks on environmental factors that affect companies’

supply chain operations in Kazakhstan . Central Asian J. of Econom., Manag.& Social

Research, No. 2, June 2001, pp. 91-103.

19)  Voinov V.G., Pya N. (2000) On unbiased estimation of the reliability and the hazard rate

for some probability models. Proc. Of the 2d Int. Conf. on Math. Meth. In Reliab.,

Bordeaux, France, Vol.2, 887-890

20)  Voinov V.G. et al (2000) Estimating environmental radioactive contamination in

Kazakhstan. Central Asian J. of Econom., Manag.& Social Research, Premier Issue, 59-71

21)  Voinov V.G., Nikulin M.S. (1996) Tables of the best possible unbiased estimates for

functions of parameters of multinomial and negative multinomial distributions.

J.Math.Sci., Vol.81, 2363-2367

22)  Voinov V.G. (1995) On an approach in the additive number theory. Doklady NAN RK,

N5, 9-15 (in Russian)

23)  Voinov V.G., Kikkarin S.M. (1994) On an enumeration of multipartite partitions.

Doklady NAN RK, N6, 40-46 (in Russian)

24)  Voinov V.G. et al (1988) Using automated system SI-2 for functional state of neitrophil

leucocytes. In: “Pathology of vessels and heart”, Minzdrav KazSSR, Alma-Ata, p. 107 (in

Russian)

24)  Voinov V.G. (1988) Some particular inversion formulas for Laplace  transforms and

their application when estimating parameters of probability distributions. “Zapiski

Nauchnikh Seminarov LOMI”, Vol. 166, “Nauka”, Leningrad, pp. 17-24

25)  Voinov V.G., Chasnikov I.Ya. (1988) Ecological problems and remote Earth control. In:

“All-union UNESCO Conference on “A human and Biosphere”, “Nauka” KazSSR, Alma-

Ata, p. 191 (in Russian)

26)  Voinov V.G., Chasnikov I.Ya. (1988) Some features of exotic baryon systems and the

problem of anomalons. Proceedings of the Third Int. Conf. on Nucl. Nucleus Collisions,

Saint-Malo, France,Amsterdam: North Holland. – 1988, p. 235

27)  Voinov V.G., Nikulin M.S. (1988) Best unbiased estimators of a statistical model for

integrated circuit quality control. Zavodskaya Laboratoriya, No. 7, pp. 88-94 (in Russian)

28)  Voinov V.G. et al (1986) Peculiarities of angle distributions of shower particles in  pA

      interactions. Izvestiya AN KazSSR. Ser. Phys. Math., No. 2, pp. 48-52 (in Russian)

29)  Voinov V.G. et al (1986) An automated real time system for nuclear emulsion

interactions’ energy characteristics measurement. Technical Report of HEPI AN KazSSR

No. 86-01, 37 p. (in Russian)

30)  Voinov V.G., Neumann A.R. (1986) An example of a new table for calculating

percentage points. In: “First Bernoulli Congress on Mathematical Statistics and

Probability Theory”, Tashkent, M., “Nauka”, Vol. II, p.522

31)  Voinov V.G., Kumganbayev M. (1986) On a geometrical approach to the derivation of

the probability density function of random variables. . In: “First Bernoulli Congress on

Mathematical Statistics and Probability Theory”, Tashkent, M., “Nauka”, Vol. II, p.896

32)   Voinov V.G. (1986) Unbiased optical density estimation based on a transmission

coefficient of the light flow. In: ”Automated Pattern Processing Systems ASOIZ-86”,

L’viv, M., “Nauka”, pp. 190-192 (in Russian)

33)   Voinov V.G. et al (1986) Lagrange’s method for finding quantiles and non-centrality

parameters of probability distributions. Theory of Prob. and Appl., Vol. 31, pp. 185-187

(in Russian)

34)  Voinov V.G., Nikulin M.S. (1984) The remark on the paper of Bol’shev and Mirvaliev

about the exponential model of emission of – particles. Theory of Prob. and Appl.,

Vol.20, pp.175-176

35)   Voinov V.G. et al (1984) An interface between the ionisation calorimeter and PC

“Electronika-100”. In: Automation of physical experiments for researching, Alma-Ata,

“Nauka”, pp. 5-10 (in Russian)

36)  Voinov V.G. et al (1984) An automated system SI-2 for half-tone images processing.

Technical Report of HEPI AN KazSSR No. 84-26, 37 p. (in Russian)

37)   Voinov V.G. (1984) An unbiased parameter estimate of the double-truncated

distribution and its application in the relativistic nuclear physics. Theory of Prob. and

Appl., Vol. 29, pp. 171-173 (in Russian)

38)   Voinov V.G. (1983) On an application of unbiased sufficient estimators in some

physical problems. Theory of Prob. And Appl., N3, 615-616 (in Russian)

39)  Voinov V.G. (1982) The weighted mean as a method of measurements’ combining.

Metrology, No. 6, pp. 3-9 (in Russian)

40)   Voinov V.G., et al (1982)  Without-reduction electric drive’s moving for automated

high precision devices. Pribori i Technika Experimenta, No. 2, p. 220 (in Russian)

41)  Voinov V.G., Chernyavsky M.M. (1979) Some systematic errors of charge particles’

moments and take-off angles in nuclear emulsions. Trudy PhIAN SSSR, Vol. 108, pp.

166-172 (in Russian)

42)  Voinov V.G. et al (1979) An application of a non-synchronous electric motor with a

hollow cylindrical rotor for the high-precision measurement table control. Pribori i

Technika Experimenta, No. 5, pp. 258-266 (in Russian)

43)  Voinov G.G. et al (1978) An automation of film information treatment under high

energies. “Nauka” AN KazSSR, 131 p. (in Russian)

44)  Voinov V.G. et al (1975) Energy characteristics of – nucleus interactions under 50

Gev. Pis’ma v JETPF, Vol. 22, pp. 56-61 (in Russian)

45)  Voinov V.G. et al (1974) On a thermodynamic description of adrons’ interactions under

accelerator energies . In: “High energy physics and cosmic rays”, “Nauka”, Alma-Ata,

pp. 90-105 (in Russian)

46)   Voinov V.G. et al (1974) On charge particles momentum determination by the curvature

of their trajectories. Izvestiya AN KazSSR. Ser. Phys. Math., No. 4, pp. 197 (in Russian)

47)   Voinov V.G. et al (1972) On the influence of the sample size and restrictions on cross

displacement when estimating multiple coulomb scattering. Izvestiya AN KazSSR. Ser.

Phys. Math., No. 4, pp. 1-6 (in Russian)

48)  Voinov V.G. et al (1971) Inelastic pion-nucleus interactions at 7-60 Gev. In.:”High

energy physics and cosmic rays”, Alma-Ata, “Nauka”, pp.120-140

49)  Voinov V.G. et al (1970) Characteristics of coherent interactions of – mesons in

nuclear emulsions under 60 Gev. Dokl. AN SSSR, Vol. 194, pp. 544-546 (in Russian)

50)  Voinov V.G. et al (1970) 60 Gev pion’s momentum measurements in nuclear emulsions.

Izvestiya AN KazSSR. Ser. Phys. Math., No. 4, pp. 85-89 (in Russian)

51)  Voinov V.G. (1968) On a method of eliminating the random errors. Izvestiya AN

KazSSR. Ser. Phys. Math., No. 4, pp. 61-66 (in Russian)

52)  Voinov V.G., Chasnikov I. Ya. (1967) On correlation properties of the spurious

scattering in nuclear emulsions.  Izvestiya AN KazSSR. Ser. Phys. Math., No. 4, pp. 3-8

(in Russian)

Last International Conferences participation and proceedings:

1) Voinov, V. (2015) 115 Years’ jubilee of the Karl Pearson’s chi-squared test.

III Scientific-applied conference “Statistics and its Applications” Tashkent 2015, 1-10.

2) Voinov, V., Pya, N., Makarov, R., Voinov, Y., Rakhimova, R. (2015) Vector-valued tests

for multivariate normality.  III Scientific-applied conference “Statistics and its

Applications” Tashkent 2015.

3) Voinov, V., Makarov, R. (2014) On 21st Century’s misusing of the classical Pearson’s sum

and power divergence statistics. 3rd SMTDA Conference Proceedings, p.769, 11-14 June

2014,  Lisbon, Portugal.

4) Voinov, V., Pya, N., Makarov, R. & Voinov, Y. (2013). A new invariant and consistent

chi-squared type goodness-of-fit test for multivariate normality. In JSM 2013

     Proceedings, Statistical Computing Section. Alexandria, VA: American Statistical

Association. 425- 439.

5) Voinov, Y. (2013). A Wald’s type goodness-of-fit test for binormality. In JSM

    2013 Proceedings, Statistical Computing Section. Alexandria, VA: American Statistical

Association. 611-624.

6)  IABE-2012 Las Vegas – Annual Conference, Circus Hotel-Casino, Las Vegas, USA,

October 14-17, 2012. The talk: Voinov, V., Pya, N., Makarov, R., Voinov, Y.

“Goodness-of-fit tests for two-dimensional circular normal probability distribution”.

7) Applied Stochastic Models and Data Analysis. June 7-10, 2011, University of Rome,

Italy. The talk: Goodness-of-fit tests for the Power Generalized Weibull probability

distribution pp. 1395-1401.

8)   JSM 2010, Joint Statistical Meeting of the American Statistical Association. Vancouver

BC, Canada, Jul. 31-Aug. 5, 2010. The talk: The Chi-squared Test and Modifications:

From 1900 to 2010.

9)   7th World Congress in Probability and Statistics. Singapore, July 14-19, 2008. The talk:

     V. Voinov “A decomposition of Pearson-Fisher and Dzaparidze-Nikulin chi-squared

goodness-of-fit statistics and some ideas for a construction of the more powerful test”.

10)   JSM of the American Statistical Association. Denver, Colorado, August 3-7, 2008. The

     talk: “New modified chi-squared goodness-of-fit tests and their application in particle

physics and political science”.

11)  The 12th Int. Conf. On Applied Stochastic Models and Data Analysis (ASMDA 2007).

May 29-31, June 1, 2007 – Chania, Crete, Greece. Two talks: V.Voinov, M.S.Nikulin,

N.Pya “Independent distributed in the limit components of some chi-squared tests”

and V.Voinov, N.Pya “A note on vector-valued goodness-of-fit tests”.

12)   ALT 2006, Int. Conf. on Degradation, Damage, Fatigue and Accelerated Life Models in

Reliability Testing, May 22-24, 2006 – Angers, France. The talk V. Voinov, R.

Alloyarova, N. Pya “A modified chi-squared test for the three-parameter Weibull

distribution and its applications in reliability”.

13)   BIOSTAT 2006, Int. Conf. on Statistical Methods for Biomedical and Technical

Systems, Limassol, Cyprus, May 29-31, 2006. Talks: R. Alloyarova, M. Nikulin, N. Pya,

V. Voinov “ The power-generalized Webull probability distribution and its use in survival

analysis”,  Ya. Lumelskii, V. Voinov, M. Nikulin, P. Feigin “Unbiased estimators for the

multivariate Polya distributions”.

14)   ASIM 2003, Int. Conf. “Advances in Statistical Inferential Methods: Theory and

Applications”, June 9-12, 2003, KIMEP, Almaty. Invited talk Voinov V., Naumov A. and

Pya N. “Some recent advances in chi-squared testing”, Talks: Vlasov O., Voinov V., Kini

R. and Pya N. “A multivariate statistical model of a firm’s advertising activities and their

financial implications”, Novak M., Voinov V. and Py N.”Probabilistic and neural network

descriptions of radioactive fields” and Voinov V. and Pya N.”On some business and other

applications of neural net like algorithms”.

15)   MMR 2002, Third Int. Conf. on Mathematical Methods in Reliability, June 17-20 2002,

Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway. The talk Pya

N.Y., Voinov V.G “The non-uniqueness of a non-negative integer solution of a system of

linear Diophantine equations with applications to integer programming, genetics,

reliability, etc. Proceedings of a Third Int. Conf. on Math. Methods in Reliability”.

16)  MMR’2000, Second Int. Conf. on Mathematical Methods in Reliability, July 4-7 2000,

University Victor Segalen-Bordeaux 2, Bordeaux, France. Invited talk V.G.Voinov

“Unbiased estimation in reliability problems”.

17)  4th Int. Conf. on Lattice Paths Combinatorics and Applications, July 8-10 1998,

University of Vienna, Vienna, Austria. Invited talk V.G.Voinov, M.S.Nikulin “On a class

of multivariate discrete distributions induced by an urn scheme and linear Diophantine

equations related to it”.

18)   Int. Conf. on Combinatorial Methods and Applications to Probability and Statistics,

June 25-28 1997, McMaster University, Hamilton, Canada. Invited talk V.G.Voinov,

M.S.Nikulin “On a subset sum algorithm and its probabilistic and other applications”.

Inventions

1)  Voinov V.G. et al (1988) A numerical photometer. The author certificate N1423918

(USSR). Inventions Bulletin N34.

Software

1) N. Pya , V. Voinov , R. Makarov , Y. Voinov (2016) mvnTest: Goodness of fit tests for multivariate normality.  R-package, version 1.1-0, CRAN.

Teaching  Courses Taught :

1) Quantitative Methods for Decision making (master students)

2) Business Quantitative Methods (bachelors)

3) Business Statistical Analysis (bachelors)

4) Project Management (masters)

5) Inventory Management (masters)

6) Advanced Quantitative and Statistical Methods (masters)

7) Business Time Series Forecasting (masters)

8) Quantitative Analysis (DBA)

9) Advanced Research Methods (DBA)

10) Business Time Series Research Methods (DBA)

11) Research Methods II (DBA)

12) Business Research Methods (MBA)

Grants ·      [1996-1998] INTAS-Kazakhstan grant.

·      [2012-2014] Grant of MES RK.

·      [2015-2017] Grant of MES RK.


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Keun Jung Lee, Ph. D. in Finance

Associate Professor of Finance, Research Director of BCB

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Name Keun Jung Lee
Position Associate Professor of Finance, Research Director of BCB
Contact detail kjlee@ kimep.kz     +7(727) 270 4213 ext. 3169
Education background
  • Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), Department of Finance, London School of Economics( LSE), London, UK
  • MPhil in Finance, Department of Accounting and Finance, LSE, London, UK
  • MSc in Shipping, Trade and Finance, CASS Business School, City University, London, UK
  • MBA in International Management, Graduate School of International Management

Chung Ang University, Seoul, Korea

  • BA in International Trade, Department of Management, Chung Ang University, Seoul, Korea
Overview  Keun Jung Lee is an Associate Professor and Research Director, Bang College of Business, KIMEP University, Republic of Kazakhstan; Associate Researcher at Financial Markets Group, London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), UK. He obtained his MBA  in International Management from  Chung Ang University, Seoul, Korea; MSc in Shipping, Finance and Trade from  City University London, UK, and PhD in Finance from London School of Economics. Dr. Keun Jung Lee published on Corporate governance and firm value, Oil and gas industry and business valuation, Foreign exchange rate and oil price, Foreign direct investment, IPO and financial markets and Capital structure of sovereign wealth fund, Corporate governance.  His research and professional interests are primarily focus on the efficiency of Financial institution and Government policy (incuded SEO) and integration of economy in Transition Economy. Furthermore, Financial markets and Corporate finance in transition Economy, Culture and business performance in transition Economy, Eurasia Economic Union (EEU) in Globalization.  Recently, Dr. Keun Jung Lee has been invited as speaker from prestige international intuitions (hosts); Property Rights in Emerging Economies (British Academy), Kazakhstan-Korea Energy Forum ( Astana Expo, KEPCO), Policy Workshop for Efficient Management of State Owned Enterprises ( Asia Development Bank Institution), The Public Diplomacy in Central Asia ( Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Korea), Transformation and Economic Development in South and North Korea and Mutual Learning from Central Asia ( Academy of Korean Studies), The Strategy of Foreign Direct Investment in Kazakhstan (Korea Embassy, Kazakhstan).

 

Research Interests  Research in Process

1.       Banking efficiency in transition economies: Case of Kazakhstan.

2.      Early Warning System of Kazakhstani Commercial Banks,

3.      Culture and business performance in transition economy.

4.      Corporate governance , cost of capital and financial liberalization

5.      Innovation problem on Business Group in Asia

Research Interests

  • Corporate Finance and Corporate Governance
  • Financial Institutions and Risk
  • International Trade  and International Corporate Finance
  • Oil, Gas and Renewable Energy in Finance  
  • Fintech , Block chain and Corporate governance
Selected Publications 1.Keun Jung Lee, The Performance of Entrepreneurship Development Fund for SMEs in Transition Economy, World Review of Entrepreneurship, Management and Sustainable Development, 2017 (Revise and Resubmit), 2017

2.Keun Jung Lee and Assel Kenzhegul, Perspectives of ‘People’s IPO’ program in Kazakhstan, International Research Journal of Finance and Economics.( forthcoming), 2017

3.Keun Jung Lee, The relationship between FDI, Diversification and Economic Growth in Natural Resource Oriented Countries: Case of Kazakhstan, Journal of International Business and Economics,Vol.3 No2, 2016

4.Nurlan Orazalin and Keun Jung Lee, Corporate Governance, Financial Crisis, and Firm Performance: Lesson from Russian banks, Journal of Corporate Governance. Vol.16, No 5, pp. 796-814, 2016

5. Gulnara B. Moldasheva and Keun Jung Lee, Corporate governance, leverage and performance of non-financial firms in Kazakhstan, European Journal of Economics, Finance and Administrative Sciences. 2015

6. Nurlan Orazalin and Keun Jung Lee, Bank ownership and performance: Evidence from Russia in a post crisis period, Journal of Accounting, Finance and Economics. 2015

7. Keun Jung Lee and Raissa Loginova, The interdependence between Balance of Trade and Real Exchange Rate in Kazakhstan, European Journal of Economics, Finance and Administrative Sciences, Issue 78, July, 2015.

8. Keun Jung Lee and Rinat Arslanov, Is there interdependence between Oil Price and currency Value in Kazakhstan? International Research Journal of Finance and Economics, Issue 137, 2015.

9. Keun Jung Lee and Assel Yerbassova, Cross-listed Stock Prices, Market Efficiency and IPO, European Scientific Journal, Vol.9, No.31, 2013, ISSN: 1857-7431 (Online) and 1857-7881 (Print)

10. ‘Ownership Structure, Investment and Capital Structure in Financial Liberalization’, 13th EBES Conference- proceeding (Scopus Index, Springer), 2014

11. ‘CEO Characteristics and Firm Performance: Evidence from Listed Kazakhstan Companies’, 13th EBES Conference- proceeding (Scopus Index, Springer), 2014

12. ‘Ownership Structure and Firm Value in Sovereign Wealth Fund’, 13th EBES Conference- Conference- proceeding (Scopus Index, Springer), 2014

Invited Conference Presentations

1. Property rights and Theory of firm, International Workshop, KIMEP, 1 Sep, 2017

2. The Strategy of Energy Business between Kazakhstan and Korea, Kazakhstan- Korea Energy Forum, Rixps Hotel Astana, 19 July 2017

3 SOE performance in Kazakhstan, ADBI-KIMEP Conference, 31 May-1 June 2017, Almaty, Kazakhstan, 2017

4. The Public diplomacy in Kazakhstan, Korean Embassy, 2017

5. ‘Foreign Direct Investment in Kazakhstan’: Kazakhstan –Korean Business Forum, Korean Embassy, KIMEP, 2015

6. ‘Ownership structure in Kazakhstan and around world’: Transformation and Economic Development in South and North Korea and Mutual Learning from Central Asia, Academy of Korean Studies, Almaty, KIMEP, 2015

7. ‘Firm Valuation in Oil and Gas Industry’, KIRC, KIMEP, 2015

8. ‘Ownership Structure, Investment and Capital Structure in Financial Liberalization’, 13th EBES Conference- Istanbul, June 5-7, 2014

9. ‘CEO Characteristics and Firm Performance: Evidence from Listed Kazakhstan Companies’, 13th EBES Conference- Istanbul, June 5-7, 2014

10. ‘Ownership Structure and Firm Value in Sovereign Wealth Fund’, 13th EBES Conference- Istanbul, June 5-7, 2014

11. ‘Underinvestment or Overinvestment in Kazakhstan Companies’, KIRC, KIMEP 2014

12. ‘The firm diversification and firm value’, Research seminar, BCB, KIMEP, Fall2014

13. ‘Comparing between Capital and R&D Expenditure in Expropriation’,                           Research Seminar, BCB, KIMEP, Spring2014

14. Ownership Structure and Firm Value in Listed Kazakhstan Companies, KIRC, KIMEP 2013

15. ‘The firm diversification and firm value in Korean Companies’, Research seminar, BCB, KIMEP, Fall2014

16. ‘Ownership Structure and Firm value in Korean Companies’, Research Seminar, BCB, KIMEP, Spring2014

17. ‘Comparing between Capital and R&D Expenditure in Expropriation

Minority Shareholders’, Journal of Corporate Finance Special Conference on Emerging Markets,

August 23rd-25th, Peking University, China, 2009

18. ‘Agency Conflicts, Diversification and Firm Valuation in Economic Development’ with David C. Webb Financial Market Group Seminar, LSE, London, 2008

20. ‘Corporate Ownership, Investment and Capital Structure in Financial Liberalization’

Financial Market Group Seminar, LSE, London, 2007

Teaching Undergraduate Course:

Business Macroeconomics, BCB, KIMEP, 2013, 2014, 2015

International Financial Management, 2015,216, 217

Financial Institution Management, BCB, KIMEP, S2012, 214, 215

Case study in Finance, BCB, KIMEP, S2013

Principle of Finance, BCB, KIMEP, 2012, 2013,214

Security analysis and portfolio Management, BCB, KIMEP, F2012

Financial Statement Analysis and Security Valuation, BCB, KIMEP, S2012

Financial Institution Management, BCB, KIMEP, S2012

Corporate Finance (in English), Korea University, 2011, 214,215

Corporate Finance and Asset Markets (FM430), LSE, 2006-2009

Principles of Finance (AC 212), LSE, 2006-2009

Principal of Finance (AC212), LSE, 1996-1999

 

MBA/ Master in Finance Course:

Managerial Finance, F2015

Advanced Corporate Finance, 215,216,217

Selected Topics in Finance, summer, 2015

Financial Institution Management, BCB, KIMEP, S2012-F2013, S2014, S2015

Credit and Market Risk management, F2014

Fixed Income, F2014

Alternative Investment, F2014

Investment (in English), Graduate School of International Studies, Yonsei University , 2010

International Economics, Graduate School of International Studies, Ewha Women University, 2010

 

DBA/PhD Course:

Special Topics in Finance, BCB, KIMEP, Fall 2014

Research in Finance, BCB, KIMEP, Fall 2013

Corporate Finance, BCB. KIMEP, Spring 2013

Financial Institution Management, BCB, KIMEP, Fall 2012

Advanced Statistics Analysis (in English),PhD Course, Graduate School of International Studies,

Ewha Women University, 2010

 

Academic Supervision

1. DBA Thesis Supervision at KIMEP

Corporate governance in Transition Economies: Comparative Study on Kazakhstan and Russia, 2013-present, 2012-2015

A Comparative Analysis of Bank Capital and Its Impact on bank Risk –Taking in Eurasian Economic Union, 2012-2016

Corporate Governance in Finance: Ownership structure, Capital Structure and Financial Performance of the Listed Firms in Kazakhstan. 2012-2016

2. MBA Thesis Supervision at KIMEP

2017

The Investigation of Relationship between Free Cash Flow, Investment Behavior, Ownership Stucture and Profitability of the Firms listed on KASE in Oil and Gas Instudtry

The Real Estate Investment Analysis in Kazakhstan

Comparative Analysis of Kazakhstani Banks Performance and VTB Banks

The Impact of Oil Price Changes (volatilites) on the Exchange Rate

2016

Capital Structure and Firm Performance

Option Pricing Model and Discounted Cash Flow Analysis in Application in Investing Decision Making in the Case of Kazakhstani Companies

Corporate Governance in Kazakhstan:Financial Transparency

The Impact of Basel III/II Standards on Kazakhstan Banking System

Capital Structure and Firm Value of Listed Kazakhstani Companies

Development of Private Equity Market in Kazakhstan

2015

Bank Profitability Factors in Kazakhstan

How Financial Growth effect on Economic of Development in Malaysia

Foreign Direct Investment in Kazakhstan

Investment Banking in Kazakhstan: Comparison of Financial Performance and Development Strategy

Long-Run Performance of Kazakhstan IPOs and Its Determinants

Solvency Valuation of the Borrower in Kazakhstan Bank

Analysis of Financing Small and Medium Enterprises in Business Environment of Kazakhstan

Comparing Financial Market Development between Singapore and Kazakhstan

2014-2012

Initial Public Offering of Kazakhstani Companies: Impact on the Firms’ Performance, Summer, 2013

How Kazakhstani Cross-listed Stock prices reflect to information of announcement of IPO?, Spring 2013

Perspectives of “People’s IPO” program in Kazakhstan, Spring 2013

Gold Investment in Kazakhstan, Spring 2012

Early Warning System of Kazakhstani Commercial Banks, Spring 2012

Return and Risk in Carry trade Strategy in Kazakhstan. Spring 2012

‘Change in Credit risk policy after the crisis in Kazakh Bank: JSC “ATFBank” as a Case, Summer 2012

Is there Independence Between oil price and Currency Value in Kazakhstan? Fall 2012

Grants ·         Deutsche Bank Scholarship, London School of Economics, 2007-2009

·         Department of Finance Scholarship, London School of Economics, 2006-2007

·         POSCO Foundation Research grant award, 2017

Awards    The First tier Prize in the   Belt and Road Business Case Global Contest , NingBo, China ,2018