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Moscow International Higher Business School
"MIRBIS" (Institute)


Address 36 Stremiannyj pereulok, Moscow 113054, Russia
Tel. No. +7 095 237-92-20; +7 095 237 82 77; +7 095 958 27 43;
+7 095 958 27 85; +7 095 958 27 91; +7 095 958 27 92.
Fax No. +7 095 237 34 30
E-mail address
Faculties & Colleges
  • Centre of Academic and Professional Programmes
  • Centre of Regional Programmes
  • Japanese Management Training Centre
  • Regional Training Centre «DEMOS» for discharged officers
  • Banking Personnel Development Centre
  • Centre of International Relations and Foreign Languages
  • Research, Development and Consultancy Centre
  • Programmes/Courses
  • Corporate Finance
  • International Trade and Commercial Law
  • Hotel and Tourism Management
  • MBA (Finance)
  • MBA (Marketing)
    Dual degree course in partnership with London Guildhall University: after the validation of the MBA MIRBIS course by the London Guildhall University experts in 1997 it has become possible to obtain the MBA degree of the LGU (Great Britain) in MIRBIS.
  • MA Human Resource Strategy
    London Guildhall University Master degree programme run by accredited MIRBIS faculty together with the LGU (Great Britain) lecturers. The MIRBIS faculty has been accredited to teach and administer in association with London Guildhall University their Master Degree programme in Human Resource Strategy.

    Part-time Academic Degree Programmes:

  • Hotel and Restaurant Management
  • Business Accounting and Audit.
  • Personnel Management
  • Marketing Management
  • Type of course
  • Full-time Post graduate degree courses
  • Part-time Pg degree courses
  • Extra-mural Pg degree courses
  • Executive development full-time and part-time courses
  • Professional certificate/diploma courses (full/part-time)
  • In-company training courses.
  • Length of course Full-time programmes - 5 years
    Part-time programmes - 2 years
    Date of commencement Full-time programmes commence in September
    Part-time programmes - in September and in February
    Class size 20-30 students
    Student accommodation Hostel on campus
    Fees Full-time programmes - 4500-4800 US dollars per 1 year;
    Part-time MBA programmes - 4600-5850 US dollars per 2 years
    Student grants/ Financial assistance On a case-by-case rating basis
    Admission requirements Entrance exams and tests in Mathematics, Economics, English (depending on programmes – from beginners to advanced), Psychological tests
    Student profile 1. Ratio of National/Overseas students: 2% of overseas students.
    2. Ratio of Men/Women: 30/70%.
    3. Age range: Full-time programmes - 17-24 years old; Part-time programmes - 25-35 years old.
    Contact for application Juri Tchertov
    Pro-rector of Training of MIHBS "MIRBIS" (Institute);

    Ljudmila Tchesnokova
    Marketing Manager

    Telephone: +7 095 958 27 91;
    +7 095 958 27 92; +7 095 431 31 24
    Fax:+7 095 237 34 30


    Academic Higher Education Degree Programmes

    Teaching methods

    The study programmes are based on a combination of lectures and active participative learning. Case studies, stimulation games, group projects are included in all the courses. Long-term programme participants have an obligatory internship course in a Russian or a foreign company (abroad). Project work is an integral part of the MBA programme. Most projects deal with the participants' companies ideas.

    Special characteristics

    The quality of the programmes offered is ensured by the combination of lecturers, professional academics and practising top managers. Visiting professors' lectures, the participative character of learning, follow-up internships and study tours abroad to foreign companies and management development centres are basic features of the teaching process. The programmes are addressed to those who either work or will be working in the Russian business environment. They are a combination of advanced Western business education experience and the analysis of the specific features of the Russian market. Due to its developed network of branches in the former Soviet Union, MIRBIS is able to provide unique expertise in training, consulting and helping those who want to penetrate the Russian market.

    Corporate Finance
    Duration - 5 years
    Degree - Diploma of a Specialist in Finance (equivalent of a Post graduate Academic Diploma)
    Post-graduate level - Post-graduate/ MA degree course in Money, Banking Finance in Middlesex University (Great Britain)

    International Trade and Commercial Law
    Duration - 5 years
    Degree - Diploma of a Specialist in International Trade and Economics
    Post-graduate level - Post-graduate/ Master degree course in International Trade and Law in London Guildhall University (Great Britain)

    Hotel and Tourism Management
    Duration - 5 years
    Degree - Diploma of a Specialist in Management
    Post-graduate level - Post-graduate degree course in the Dutch Institute of Hotel and Motel Management (the Netherlands)

    Executive development Degree Programmes

    MBA (Finance)

    MBA (Marketing)
    Dual degree course in partnership with London Guildhall University: after the validation of the MBA MIRBIS course by the London Guildhall University experts in 1997 it has become possible to obtain the MBA degree of the LGU (Great Britain) in MIRBIS.

    MA Human Resource Strategy
    London Guildhall University Master degree programme run by accredited MIRBIS faculty together with the LGU (Great Britain) lecturers. The MIRBIS faculty has been accredited to teach and administer in association with London Guildhall University their Master Degree programme in Human Resource Strategy.

    Part-time Academic Degree Programmes

    Hotel and Restaurant Management
    Business Accounting and Audit
    Personnel Management
    Marketing Management


    Pro-rector of training: Yurij D. Tchertov;
    Pro-rector of international relations: Elena V. Zoubkova
    Administrators: Alla E. Mikhailova, Natalia B. Kouznetsova, Olga V. Zoueva
    Contact details: Phones - +7 095 958 27 91; +7 095 958 27 92; Fax - +7 095 237 34 30;

    Student Body

    BA-MA (British) - Diploma of a Specialist 189
    Post-Graduate (part-time evening) 84
    MBA Programmes:
    full-time evening: Finance 220
    Marketing 156
    extra-mural, part-time 341

    Basic academic disciplines

    Philosophy Foreign language
    Culturology History of Russia
    Law Sociology
    Politology Higher mathematics
    Basics of information technologies Economic geography
    Economic theory History of economics
    Statistics Accounting
    Finance, money and credit Management
    Economy and sociology of labour World economy
    Marketing Economy of enterprise
    Taxation systems Managing personnel
    National economy Econometrics
    Forecasting economic and social processes Economic law
    Pricing International economic relations
    Insurance National accounting
    Finance statistics (being studied in Great Britain) Financial mathematics (being studied in Great Britain)
    Audit Financial law
    Financial accounting and analysis
    Expertise and estimate of property
    International finance
    Corporate finance
    State and regional finance
    Credit market (being studied in Great Britain)
    Capital market and exchange (being studied in Great Britain)
    Corporation management accounting
    Financial management
    Investments and portfolio management (being studied in Great Britain)
    Managing financial risks (being studied in Great Britain)
    National and international banking (being studied in Great Britain)
    Pricing on international markets
    Financial strategy of a company
    International financial operations
    Financial information technologies (being studied in Great Britain)

    About the University

    MIRBIS is an international business school to meet the challenges of management in the 21st century. Founded in 1988, one of the first business schools in the former Soviet Union provides business education, research, consultancy and partnership links with organisations in private and state sectors in areas including accounting, finance, banking, marketing, economics development, human resource management, and foreign languages.

    MIRBIS is one of the leading schools of postgraduate and executive education. It is in the top 10 schools list of the Russian Business Schools and Institutes of Economics. The School was founded as an inter-government agreement between Italy and Russia. The founder members are the Plekhanov Economic Academy of Russia and the Italian Economic and Research Society NOMISMA.

    The School has developed close relationships with professional bodies and enjoys the active support of a large number of employers. It is a member of the Russian Association of Business Education, the Russian Association of Recruiters, the Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs of Russia, Association of Commercial Banks and many other professional organisations.

    The school has a State License of the Russian Federation Committee on Higher Education and of the Department of Professional Education of the Moscow Government. Its programmes have also been validated by the Russian Federation Ministry of Higher and Professional Education and by the Russian Chamber of Commerce and Industry. MIRBIS has a State License for delivering the Russian Standard MBA courses, accredited by the Russian Federation Ministry of Higher and Professional Education

    In 1998 MIRBIS has been audited by the European Foundation for Management Development experts within the EQUIS-EQUAL project of the European Training Foundation.

    The MIRBIS Advisory Board provides the active support of a group of chief executives and board-level leaders from the private and public sectors.

    Moscow International Higher Business School MIRBIS has a recognized range of high quality and innovative undergraduate, postgraduate and executive development programmes, which can be taken on a full-time, part-time and distance-learning basis.

    MIRBIS has a large team of academic and support staff. All academic staff has professional experience and is active in research and consultancy. The expertise of external guest-lecturers also underpins a highly career directed portfolio of programmes.

    The academic team works in partnership with organisations in private and state sectors to meet the management development needs of both the employees and organisations.

    In 1994 the first Japanese Management Training Centre was started in MIRBIS under the Russian-Japanese Memorandum on Rendering assistance to the reforms in Russia. The Centre provides short-term seminars and courses in a wide range of problems of management, marketing, finance, etc. Professors and practising business people from Japan run these courses.

    Since 1993 MIRBIS has been a recognized centre for providing courses and running examinations for the Institute of Commercial Management (Great Britain). During these years over a thousand students have obtained professional qualification certificates and diplomas of ICM.

    MIRBIS supports a wide range of research activities, reflecting its size and diversity of academic interests. Several multidisciplinary research projects are being run in MIRBIS at present. They support the work of the academic groups and meet the needs of business community both in Russia and abroad. Basic, strategic and applied researches are undertaken, focused on most urgent demands of MIRBIS' clients. The Consultancy Centre has extensive national and international links. The Business School invites expressional interest in research both from individuals and organizations. Among the latest projects are: researching the Russian Federation markets of construction, stoves and fire-place equipment, constructing materials, dwelling, drinking water, and food for Finland; marketing research for Italian companies producing pumping equipment for household needs; market research reports for the Russo-British Chamber of Commerce.

    For 6 years MIRBIS has been the only provider in Russia for the international project of the Institute for Management Development (Switzerland, Losanne) and the World Forum in making the World Competitiveness Yearbook.

    Students have the opportunity to study a wide range of modern languages related to business, to follow courses preparing for international FL examinations - Cambridge First Certificate, Business English Certificate, TOEFL, IELTS, ICM Business English Diploma. Besides, there are multi-level courses of RUSSIAN for foreign businessmen, where practising business people and students can improve their communication skills in Russian.

    MIRBIS was one of the first educational institutions in Russia to enable its students to study abroad by arranging in-company training and study courses for Russian executives wishing to get enriched with Western work and management experience. Over 2000 people have done short-term executive development courses in best business training centres and companies in Great Britain, Denmark, France, Germany, the Netherlands, Switzerland, China, South African Republic, the USA, Hungary, Finland, Spain, Italy, Greece, Cyprus.

    Since the early days of its foundation MIRBIS study programmes were designed on the basis of well-known syllabuses and curricula of international business schools. Visiting experts, faculty members, practising business people have actively participated both in study programmes development and presentation. MIRBIS has continued to cultivate links with educational establishments across the world.

    Links exist with North America (Ohio Northern University, Ohio), Europe (Middlesex University, London Guildhall University, Institute of Commercial Management, Royal Technical College, David Game College Group, Institute of Business Administration), Belgium (European Foundation for Management Development), Slovenia and the countries of Central and Eastern Europe through the CEEMAN Foundation, China (Tiandzing Institute of Finance and Economics), Japan through the Japanese Management Training Centre, Maastricht University, Centre for European Studies, Gütteborg University Economics and Law School, Institut Supérieur du Commerce (Groupe ISC, France)., Ecole Supérieur de Commerce (Groupe SUP de CO Amiens Picardie, France).

    Opportunities to spend time abroad are not limited only to students of executive courses. Undergraduates, post-graduate and MBA students can follow dual degree programmes with best British Universities, obtain their degrees in case of successful studies and spend a part of the programme time in the partner Universities.

    A one-week course on Economy and Business in Russia at MIRBIS is very popular with foreign post-graduate and MBA students and executives from Great Britain, Belgium, Austria, USA.

    Students have the opportunity to study a wide range of modern languages related to business, to follow courses preparing for international EF examinations - Cambridge First Certificate, Business English Certificate, TOEFL, IELTS, ICM Business English Diploma. Besides, there are multi-level courses of the Russian language for foreign businessmen, where practising business people and students can improve their communication skills in Business Russian.

    MIRBIS has a lecture room for 52 participants, a seminar room for 26, five smaller seminar rooms for 10-15 people, two lingaphone laboratories for 45 students, two computer classes for 26. Students can borrow books and the latest publications from the MIRBIS library. They also have access to the Academy library.

    MIRBIS is located in the very centre of Moscow, in a 20-minute walk from the Kremlin - the heart of Russia. Moscow is the capital of Russia, the area of considerable cultural and economic diversity. It is a city of great opportunities, the nation's political, business, industrial and cultural centre.

    Prominent Academic Publications

    E. N. Vedouta. Teaching aids to the course "Economic policy of Russia", Moscow, "MIRBIS", 40 pages. 1998.
    Principles and parts of the economic policy. Macroeconomic indices. Post-war economic strategies and principles of organizing an international currency-financial system. Conception of globalism and new foundations for effective economic policy in Russia.

    O. I. Fokina. Teaching aids to the course "Art of business communication and hospitality", Moscow, "MIRBIS", 40 pages. 1998.
    Business phone conversation. Psychological culture in business communication and hospitality. Speech culture of business conversation. Logical culture of business conversation. Business correspondence. Art of listening. Non-verbal means of communication in business conversation practice. Business conversation. Various tricks and incorrect methods of holding argument. Business negotiations.

    B. A. Solovjev. Teaching aids to the course "Marketing researches and segmentation of commodity market in Russia", Moscow, "MIRBIS", 50 pages. 1999.
    Analysis of dynamics and segmentation of the Russian wholesale commodity market. Segmentation of external market for Russian machinery-technical products (on the example of military equipment). Peculiarities of segmentation of the military equipment market. Marketing researches of the Russian consumer market (on the example of cosmetic products). Methodical recommendations for carrying out marketing researches.

    E. S. Stoianova. Teaching aids to the course "Financial management and financial re-structurization", Moscow, "MIRBIS", 70 pages. 1999.
    Legislative base being applied in relation to Russian problem enterprises. Theoretical foundations of financial management methods. A financial key factor effect. Operational key factor. Financial coefficients. Analysis of assets' circulation. Examples of analyzing problem enterprises. Large metallurgical works which underwent the procedure of bankruptcy following the creditors' action. Analytical balance to the date under review. Debt to creditors. Reserves. Debt receivable. Assets on accounts and in cash. Short-term financial investments. Other circulating assets. Capital assets. Capital and reserves. Illustrative liquidation balance. Financial results. Financial results report. Modified financial results report. Profitability of separate types of products. Specific outlay indices. Circulation of assets report. Realization and realization cost. Financial prognosis. Conclusions and recommendations: variants of strategy under conditions of new and old laws about bankruptcy.

    A. V. Krasavin. "Conception of attracting assets of private persons and organizations for a long period of time and their active circulation". Moscow, "MIRBIS", 45 pages. 1999.
    The main idea of banking. Types of prospective long-term accumulative deposits. Main factors of long-term deposits' attractiveness for potential depositors (investors). Bank services. Main stages of organizing business. Trends of developing business connected with civil construction. Conceptions of business, connected with housing construction, of some banks and other companies and organizations. Scheme of defining a flat's sale price for a Client including discount dependent on the schedule of accumulating assets in Bank by him.

    I. P. Khominitch. "Globalization of world economy. Economic assets: causes and effects". Moscow, "MIRBIS", 45 pages. 1999.
    Globalization of world economy: participants and means. Definition of globalization. Components of globalization. History of globalization. Quick expansion of world financial market. Declining the State regulation and world financial market. Globalization and developing countries. Globalization of financial services and institutions. Direct foreign investments and transnational corporations. Liberalization of direct foreign investments regimes. Direct foreign investments from the regional point of view. Direct foreign investments on markets of developing countries. Scientific-technical progress. Crisis: causes and effects. Mexican crisis of 1982. European economic crisis of 1992-1993. Financial causes of crisis. International economy during the crisis. Intercommunication of elements and participants of the world financial system. Peculiarities of recurring economic crisis in West Europe. Animation and raising.

    I. D. Khominitch. Teaching aids to the course "Role and functions of commercial banks under market conditions. Types of banking". Moscow, "MIRBIS", 30 pages, 1998.
    Role of commercial banks within credit system. Types of banks. Functions of commercial banks. Payment functions of commercial banks. Accounts and deposits. Credit operations of banks. Types and forms of credit agreements. Stages of giving a credit. Leasing and factoring. Reserves. Securities operations. Over-balance operations. Trust operations.

    I. B. Gourkov. "Marketing and organizational adaptation strategies of Russian enterprises". Moscow, "MIRBIS", 35 pages, 1999.
    Marketing adaptation strategies of industrial enterprises. System of analyzing marketing strategies. Examples of realizing adaptation marketing strategies. Conception model of marketing adaptation strategies. Inner-organizational development of industrial enterprises. Taking away organizational barriers between functions of management. Traditional system of organizing management and current changes. Organizing free flow of essential information and reconstructing systems of discount. Organizational training as internal mechanism of adaptation. Formal training and self-training of managers. Non-formal training when executing everyday functions. Process of non-formal training during organizational reforms.
    S. S. Khoudiakov. Teaching aids to the course "Planning production-commercial activity of a company". Moscow, "MIRBIS", 35 pages, 1999.
    Peculiarities of planning production-commercial activity of a company: Objectives of planning a company's activity; Peculiarities of planning; Stages of drawing up inner-company plan; Structural scheme of planning; Objects of long-term planning; Indices of production's effectiveness. Plan of selling products. Production plan of a company: Plan of sale - basic section of inner-company plan; Contents of plan of sale; Market indices; Definition of production proportions; Initial data of plans of sale and manufacturing products; Role and influence of information; Calculating fund of time of functioning equipment, number of units of equipment and shiftiness of functioning it with a set volume of production; Calculating level of using production capacity. Planning costs and profit: Financial planning and planning costs; Planning profit.

    V. A. Kolokolov. "Functional-technical analysis of an industrial enterprise". Moscow, "MIRBIS", 40 pages, 1998.
    Type of enterprise by products manufactured. Description of technological process being realized. Definition of functions essential for realizing technological process. Description of predestination functions. Description of principal and additional functions. Detailed list of sub-functions. Definition of methods of realizing achieved functions. Functional elements of industrial enterprise. Double-level hierarchy. Defining a place of situating and general volume-planning decision. Physical operation of production. Functional-physical analysis of flesh side machine. Analysis of physical operations of flesh side machine elements. Constructive and production line functional structures of flesh side machine. Double-level hierarchy. Matrix of links between enterprise's facilities and graph of links. Definition and foundation of facilities' dimensions. Calculation of natural lighting elements.

    A. V. Kozko. Teaching aids to the course "Problems of developing financial mediation in Russia". Moscow, "MIRBIS", 78 pages, 1998.
    Theory of financial mediation. Types of financial mediators. Commercial banks. Insurance companies. Pension funds. Investment companies. Savings loan associations. Financial companies. Charity funds. Credit units. Transaction costs and diversification of risk. Economizing from scale. Confidence. Structure of financial mediation system in Great Britain. Structure of bank deposits in Great Britain. Problems of developing financial mediation system in Russia. Saving banks. Share investment banks.

    T. A. Komissarova. Teaching aids to the course "Direct marketing in foreign companies". Moscow, "MIRBIS", 70 pages, 1998.
    Concept and essence of direct marketing. Direct marketing: definitions. Modern condition of using direct marketing in foreign companies. Significance of databases in direct marketing. Mechanism of direct marketing. Means of communication in direct marketing. Direct post (and non-post) distribution. Marketing in magazines, newspapers, on TV and radio, telemarketing, telematics. Analysis of activity's effectiveness. Profitableness and break-evenness. Profitability of investments. Long-term value of customer. Analysis for choosing a strategy. Advantages open by direct marketing. Using foreign experience by Russian production-commercial structures.

    E. V. Bykova. "Problems of forming financial resources". Moscow, "MIRBIS", 55 pages, 1998.
    Conception and significance of forming sources structure of financial resources. Sources of financial resources: types and characteristics. Forming a rational structure of capital. Choosing a method of external financing. Financial risk and financial key factor effect (leverage). Calculating an optimal capital structure. Possibilities of generating assets for serving a debt. Additional methods of analysis. Role and place of securities in forming company's financial sources. Financing by means of additional emission of shares. Financing by means of issuing bonded debt. Financing with using convertible securities and warrants.

    G. M. Malysheva. Teaching aids to the course "Tourist resources". Moscow, "MIRBIS", 45 pages, 1998.
    Objectives of analyzing tourist resources for estimating prospects of development. Aims and resources of tourism. Characteristics of principal classification features of tourist resources. Methods of estimating parameters of re-creative resources. Examples of foreign and Russian methods of estimating tourist resources. Organization and stages in working at estimating tourist resources. Dividing a territory into regions aiming at developing tourism. Idea of territorial re-creative complex. Main features of re-creative territory. Hierarchy of re-creative territories. Example of taxonomic structure of re-creative region. Specific character of tourist dividing into regions for international tourism aims. Idea of territorial re-creative complex and its function. Preconditions and process of forming territorial re-creative complex. Stages of dividing into regions. Level of territorial re-creative complexes. Objectives of planning and managing territorial re-creative complex. Specialization of territorial re-creative complex. Economic structure of territorial re-creative complex. Tourist complexes - an objectively stimulated form of developing re-creative resources. Principal directions of analyzing prospects of developing territorial re-creative complex.

    M. E. Doroshenko. "Basics of macroeconomics". Moscow, "MIRBIS", 271 pages, 1998.
    System of macroeconomics indices. Gross national product (GNP). Revenues, expenses and their turnover. Some principles of calculating GNP. Two sides of GNP: assets and liabilities. What national bookkeeping can't do. Other indices of national accounts. Net national product (NNP). National income. Personal income. Income after paying taxes. Correlations of principal indices of national accounts. Measuring level of prices. Index of consumer prices. Deflator of GNP. Correlation of deflator and index of prices. International comparisons of welfare. Modeling behaviour of commodity market. Balance of commodity market. Classic model. Labour market within classic model. Aggregate offer on commodity market. Balance of commodity market. Law of Sey. Capital market. Classic theory and State non-interference. Keins School. What Keins model describes consumer sector. Investment sector. Economic balance. State regulation of commodity market. Fiscal policy. Economic role of the State. Discretion fiscal policy. Non-discretion fiscal policy. Stabilizators. Fiscal policy and budget deficit. Modeling behaviour of money market. Money market balance. Cash. Fiduciary currency. Functions of money. Money aggregates. Creating money. Central Bank. Commercial banks. How banks make money. Regulating money mass. Modeling balance of money market. Classic model of money market. Keins model of money market. Monetary policy of the State. Modern macroeconomic problems. Brief characteristics of macroeconomic unstability sources. Inflation. Unemployment. Unemployment in inflation economy. Philips curve. Monetary theory. Aggregate demand and role of real sector in monetary model. Money market model. Choosing priorities of stabilization policy. Stabilizing policy in monetary model. Long-term aspects of stabilization policy. Monetary economic policy in real life. Neoclassic trend. Theoretical basics of neoclassic model. Stabilization policy in neoclassic model.

    E. I. Gromova. Teaching aids to the course "Investment projecting". Moscow, "MIRBIS", 20 pages, 1998.
    Introduction into the theory of investment projecting. Principles of drawing up an investment project. Main objectives of investment projecting. Recommendations for analyzing investment projects. Sources of investments. Project's life cycle. Main forms of investing. Types of costs. Functional elements. Elements of project's environment. Analysis of the strategy and tactics. Analysis of variants and their ranging. Basic principles of estimating project's effectiveness. Commercial effectiveness. Budget effectiveness. Economic effectiveness. Taking into account time factor in investment analysis. Comparing different investment projects and choosing the best variant on the basis of using commercial effectiveness indices. Net discount income.

    S. I. Isaenko. "Managing personnel on macro-level". Moscow, "MIRBIS", 75 pages, 1998.
    Small group: types and phenomenology. Managers and leaders. Relations in group: structure and technology. Factors of stimulating and motivating personnel. Reasons of reducing motivation. Psychological preconditions of providing positive motivation. Psychology of labour discipline. Subordinate's refusals of executing work. Psychological manager's mistakes in estimating personnel's work.

    E. V. Zoubkova, O. V. Zoueva, E. A. Yakoubova. Teaching aids to the course of English for specific purposes "Case-studies in Business" in English, Part 1 (62 pages), Part 2 (72 pages). Moscow, "MIRBIS", 1999.
    What is a Case Study. To the Teacher - How to run a case-study course? To the Student - How to study a case? Cases (13). Gambits for oral discussion. Gambits for writing. Formats of case analysis. Harvard Business School Format of case analysis.

    A. N. Sazanovitch. Teaching aids to the course "Basics of inner-company planning in commercial organizations". Moscow, "MIRBIS", 40 pages, 1998.
    Scheme of company's (enterprise's ) plans. Sphere of strategic planning influence. Strategic outline of adaptive managing a company (principal scheme). Types of strategic information about market. Classification of sectors of the company's activity depending on the level of its competitiveness. Internal competition advantages. External competition advantages. Combinations of competition advantages. Strategies of realizing competition advantages. Risks of strategies of realizing competition advantages. Types of markets. Subjects of multi-level competition. Competition within a branch. Characteristics of branch's development. Methods of intensive growth. Stimulating sale. Analysis of environment. Weak and strong features of a company. Forming organization's aims. Structural scheme of current planning. Stages of drawing up current plans.

    V. G. Antoshkin. Teaching aids to the course "Comparing Russian and international accounting standards being used when preparing financial accounts". Moscow, "MIRBIS", 20 pages, 1998.
    Principal differences of Russian banks' accounting from international accounting standards and their influence on financial results. Principle of going concern. Substance over form. Loan loss provisions. Unrealized foreign exchange and losses. Accruals. Retained earnings. Consistency.

    E. P. Protassania. Teaching aids to the course of Written English for preparing to the IELTS exam. Moscow, "MIRBIS", 86 pages, 2000. IELTS study hints. Interpreting graphs and tables. Formal letters. A job application. Informal letters. General punctuation hints. Order of adjectives. Common linking verbs. Singular pronouns. Plural pronouns. Six troublesome verbs. Common linking words.


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