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The XIX International Scientific and Practical Conference “Modern Statistics: Problems and Prospects for Development” was held
On December 3, 2021, the XIX International Scientific and Practical Conference “Modern Statistics: Problems and Prospects for Development” was held, organized by the State Statistics Service of Ukraine and the National Academy of Statistics, Accounting and Audit were held. The conference was held online on the ZOOM platform with a parallel broadcast on the official Facebook pages of NASAA and the State Statistics Service of Ukraine. Rector of the National Academy of Statistics, Accounting and Audit Oleksandr Osaulenko greeted the conference participants. Chairman of the State Statistics Service of Ukraine Ihor Verner, Advisor to the President of the Central Statistical Office, Professor, Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński University in Warsaw Wlodzimierz Okrasa (Poland), Head of the Department of Socio-Demographic Statistics of the Ptoukha Institute for Demography and Social Studies of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine Volodymyr Sarioglo, Director of Statistical Office in Rzeszów Marek Tserpel-Volan (Poland), Chief Researcher of the Ptoukha Institute for Demography and Social Studies of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine Maryna Pugachova, Vice-President of the Institute of Professional Qualifications Sergii Prytomanov, Adviser to the Chairman of the State Statistics Service of Ukraine Vadym Pishcheyko took part in the discussion of theoretical and practical issues. Interesting were the speeches of the conference participants – practitioners: analyst of the Ukrainian Center for Public Data Renata Nasridinova, senior manager of geographic information systems and databases of the international NGO IMPACT Initiatives Yaroslav Smirnov and VoxUkraine analyst Nazar Moshnyaga. The conference was attended by more than 100 scientists and practitioners from different cities of Ukraine and abroad, including France, Poland, India, Morocco, etc. After the speeches of the speakers, there was a lively discussion, during which the participants asked questions to the speakers, left comments and feedback. Everyone can get acquainted with the presentations of the conference speakers: Draft Law of Ukraine “On Official Statistics” – a new stage in the development of the national statistical system, Igor Werner Issues in Modeling the Well-Being Impact of Community Development, Wlodzimierz Okrasa An approach to improving the reliability of sample estimates of household income using administrative data, Volodymyr Sarioglo Big data and methods of combining different sources of information in tourism statistics, Marek Cierpiał-Wolan Organization and functioning of electronic registers of health care systems of the Nordic countries and Ukraine, Maryna Pugachova Visualization of statistical data on the situation on the labor market of Ukraine, Sergii Prytomanov Localization of a typical model of statistical organization (GAMSO), Vadym Pishcheyko How to make the data of the State Statistics Service of Ukraine more accessible? Experience in creating interactive visualizations, Renat Nasridinov Advantages and limitations of mobile data collection in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic, Yaroslav Smirnov Coronavirus coverage in the Ukrainian media in January-August 2021, Nazar Moshnyaga
“Organization of effective work of the audit firm”
On November 29, 2021, the NGO “Professional Organization of Auditors, Accountants and Teachers of Accounting and Control Disciplines” together with the National Center of Accounting and Audit and the Department of Accounting, Audit and Taxation of the National Academy of Statistics, Accounting and Audit held a roundtable seminar “Organization of effective work of the audit firm” for auditors and managers of medium, small and micro-audit firms. DSc. in Economics, Professor O. Redko addressed the participants with a welcoming speech. During the event, vital issues for auditors and entrepreneurs were raised and discussed, in particular: How to structure an audit firm by the best way (V. Pichkur); Effective pricing of the subject of audit activity (O. Lubenchenko, V. Pichkur); Formation and maneuvering of human resources (O. Lubenchenko); Internal monitoring of work quality (N. Korinko, M. Kondratiev); ISA audit automation (O. Mikhailova, O. Kolnogozyuk); Risk identification (O. Mikhailova, N. Potapenko); Review of legislative initiatives on changes in the Law on Audit of Financial Statements and Audit activity (T. Kamenska). As a result of the Round Table, proposals were made to improve the activities of medium, small and micro-audit firms.
“Holodomor of 1932-1933” in Ukraine “: in the language of documents, through the eyes of witnesses
Every year on the fourth Saturday of November, Ukraine and the world commemorate the victims of the Holodomor of 1932-1933. Traditionally, honoring the memory of thousands of victims of those tragic events, the Academy hosted the XII Student Scientific Conference “Holodomor of 1932-1933 IN UKRAINE ”(in the language of documents, through the eyes of witnesses), organized by the Department of Philosophy, Law and Social Sciences and Humanities. The conference was attended by the teaching staff of the Academy and students. First-year students A. Lorentz, T. Karpenko, Y. Panteleichuk, T. Popovych, S. Voloshyna, D. Galkina, D. Tabachuk, N. Chaban, E. Klapovska, D. Moroz, Yu. Petriv, O. Kychan, Y. Kachanivska, V. Kachanivska, S. Bosenko, K. Ivanova, T. Royaka, L. Yatsenyuk, V. Radchenko, T. Krasnova gave thorough reports. The reports covered a wide range of studies of the tragic history of our nation – documents, testimonies of witnesses, coverage of the tragedy in the foreign press, a variety of monuments dedicated to the victims of the Holodomor in Ukraine. The event is aimed at promoting national dignity and national memory.
I International scientific-practical conference “Actual problems of financial and economic system development: priorities and prospects”
The Department of Finance, Banking and Insurance of the National Academy of Statistics, Accounting and Audit was one of the co-organizers of the First International Scientific and Practical Conference of Higher Education and Young Scientists “Actual Problems of Financial and Economic System Development: Priorities and Prospects”, held on October 21, 2021 on the basis of Lviv University of Trade and Economics. Greeting words to the conference participants from the Academy were said by the Head of the Department of Finance, Banking and Insurance, PHD in Economics, Professor, Honored Economist of Ukraine Bondaruk T. At the plenary session, the graduate of the National Academy of Statistics, Accounting and Auditing Lysenko Oleksandra made an interesting report on “Strategic objectives of the financial market of Ukraine to overcome the negative effects of coronavirus”, which she presented in English (supervisor – Ph.D. , Associate Professor of Finance, Banking and Insurance Zaichko I.). The participants of the conference were also graduates of the National Academy of Statistics, Accounting and Auditing OPP “Finance, Banking and Insurance” Oliynyk V. and Shevchenko V. (supervisor – PHD in Economics, Professor Bondaruk T.).
“Internet of Things – an environment for building a smart society”
On November 18, a regular meeting of the student scientific society “Digitalization of society and business: challenges and opportunities for young people” took place. Thematic panel “Internet of Things – an environment for building a smart society”, moderator – Associate Professor of Economics and Mathematics and IT Stavytsky O. At the beginning of the meeting, the moderator made an introductory report in which he acquainted the audience with the issues of the day. The meeting was attended by 1st and 2nd year students of the educational and professional program “Digital Economics” and teachers of the Department of Economics and Mathematics and IT Students prepared interesting topical reports on the topic of the meeting. Each report at the end generated an active discussion. At the end of the meeting the head of the department Yershova O. made an interesting and informative report about Internet of Things providers in Ukraine, protocols and communication standards for the Internet of Things. The topic of the next meeting of the student scientific society and the date of its holding were set.
International Accountant’s Day: meeting of the student scientific society
On November 10, 2021, teachers of the Department of Accounting, Auditing and Taxation – PhD in Economics , Associate Professor Olena Petrakovska and Senior Lecturer Olena Svyryda – together with members of the Modern Scientific Accountant Student Scientific Society held a meeting dedicated to the International Accountant’s Day. The Head of the Department of Accounting, Audit and Taxation, Dr. Mykola Korinko addressed the future professional accountants with a welcoming speech. Students of the first (bachelor’s) and second (master’s) levels of higher education, specialty 071 “Accounting and Taxation” took part in an intellectual Quiz. Future specialists Tetiana Tkachenko (gr. 16.01), Maryna Lukina (gr. 19.01) also presented interesting reports on current topics in accounting. The participants of the event showed high activity, demonstrated a high level of knowledge in the chosen specialty, received a lot of new interesting information and positive impressions. We say thank you to all participants, and wish you further success in your studies and significant achievements in mastering your future profession!
The impact of modern linguistic technologies on the development of society
At the initiative of the Ukrainian Language and Information Fund of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine on October 27 (Wednesday) 2021 a student scientific-practical conference “The impact of modern linguistic technologies on the development of society” in the form of a webinar tool place. Among the co-organizers of the event – the Department of Economic and Mathematical Disciplines and IT NASAA. The event took place in the framework of the dissemination of the All-Ukrainian Linguistic Dialogue: cooperation between UMIF and educational institutions. The Ukrainian Language and Information Fund of NASU is a permanent partner of the Department of Economic and Mathematical Disciplines and IT of NASAA, in particular, it is a base of practice for students of different courses of the educational program “DIGITAL ECONOMICS” and “ECONOMIC CYBERNETICS”. Webinar participants: scientists, teachers, postgraduates, doctoral students, students. Thematic panels of the conference were devoted to digital technologies and phenomena in society, social and cultural spheres. From NASAA and the Professional College of Business and NASAA analysts took an active part and made reports: Yershova Olha, PhD in Economics, Associate Professor. Head of the Department of Economic and Mathematical Disciplines and IT NASAA – Digital Duplicates; Stavytskyi Oleksandr, PhD in Economics, Associate Professor of the Department of Economic and Mathematical Disciplines and IT NASAA – Digitization: Safe City Project; Semchenko Anastasiia, NASAA student – Digitization of library and museum funds; Svitko Anastasiia, NASAA student – Professions of the Future; Trembovetska Elizaveta, NASAA student – Digital Currency; Petrov Yuliana, NASAA student – Digitalization of the economy; Krasnova Tetiana, NASAA student – Digitalization in health care; Makarenko Anastasiia, NASAA student – Digitalization of education; Sanak Bohdan, NASAA student – Cities need free Wi-Fi; Donchenko Illia, student of FCBA NASAA – Digitalization of Ukraine; Shpachenko Mykola, student of FCBA NASAA – Digitalization of educational services. Students shared their knowledge and opinions about the digital currency, digitalization of Ukraine, educational services, economics and health care, presented proposals for free Wi-Fi for large cities. The reports of NASAA students and the Professional College of Business and NASAA analysts were in the TOP 3 best with the award: 2nd place – Svitko Anastasia, NASAA student, research supervisor Alexander Stavytskyi. 3rd place – Shpachenko Mykola, student of FCBA NASAA, specialty “Software Engineering, supervisor Stavytskyi Alexander. Thanks for the report! Congratulations to the students with their debut performances and victories!
The NASAA Library has been given test access to the international database of Newsbank periodicals
Newsbank offers a complete collection of reliable news sources covering a wide range of topics and issues. With tens of millions of subscriptions, NewsBank is one of the most complete news databases in the world. Access Global NewsBank: 2021 Edition is designed to provide broad and diverse perspectives from sources around the world. This resource supports researches in a wide range of subject areas, including political science, journalism, history, environmental research, sociology, economics, education, business, medicine, etc. This is the most complete collection of its kind, containing more than 6,900 global news sources covering more than 200 countries. Access Global NewsBank is a powerful research tool. Users can easily conduct researches, compare and analyze different views on the same topic, track events over time, etc. The 2021 edition combines all formats – full-text articles, web content, PDF editions – in a single interface, giving researchers unhindered access to information. The login and password to access the database can be obtained by writing a letter to the NASAA library.
Halloween celebration in NASAA
In anticipation of parties today, young people invent bizarre images to impress friends and scare passers-by. What does this mystical holiday hide in itself, where did such bizarre traditions come from, and is it Christian in general for Ukrainians to dress up in evil spirits costumes? Halloween is an ancient Keltic holiday that is one of the largest and most beloved in North America. However, every year its popularity grows in other countries. In different parts it is called differently: Reformation Day, Keltic New Year or Day of the Dead. Homeland of Halloween is considered to be Ireland. Every year on the night of October 31 to November 1, adults dress up in mystical scary characters and arrange themed parties with “scary” delicacies. Children, also dressed in costumes, go from house to house, collecting sweets, with the words “Candy or death!”. This tradition is reminiscent of Ukrainian carols. What do they celebrate? The Encyclopaedia of American Folklore states: “Halloween is based on contact with spiritual forces, most of which frighten or threaten the living.” On October 31, the Kelts celebrated the feast of Samhain (Samhain), whose name comes from the character of Samhain – the prince of death. They believed that it was on this day that the gates to the afterlife were opened and the souls of the dead descended to earth and, with the help of rituals, the living could establish contact with the spirits. Halloween came to the United States in the XIX century. However, he acquired his own version of the celebration, the purpose of which was considered more entertainment and fun, while the Irish retained elements of the beliefs of the Kelts and Druids. The Christian church could not ignore such a phenomenon as the Keltic Day of the Evil Spirits, so it was decided to introduce “All Saints’ Day” on November 1. It is a holiday of those saints who do not have their own special day. Saints and martyrs were to be glorified on this day. The people called “All Saints’ Day” Allhallowmas (the mass of all Hallows), and the night before that day was called All Hallows Eve – “Eve of All Saints”. Hence the name of the holiday – Halloween. Why change clothes? There are several versions of the origin of the tradition of dressing up in Halloween in various evil spirits. Some believe that the Celts believed that by scary appearance, disguised in animal skins, they scare away ghosts. According to another version, in this way the Celts tried to appease Samhain to allow the souls of the dead to visit their homes. And to escape the curse of the prince of death, they also prepared food for nomadic souls and turned off the lights in their homes. Halloween in Ukraine A holiday similar to Halloween also existed in Kievan Rus. It was called Navy Day (from the Old Slavic “nav” – dead, deceased, deceased, deceased) or Provody and was celebrated in the spring. This holiday still exists in Ukraine. However, the traditions of the celebration are somewhat different. On New Year’s Day, the Slavs began ritual visits to graves with the laying on of food (interpreted as sacrifices). Halloween came to Ukraine during the collapse of the Soviet Union. It became more and more popular every year. Young people organize themed parties, witches, vampires and zombies “walk” on the streets, and pumpkin dishes appear on the menu of restaurants. Members of the English Club – first year students of the Faculty of Finance and Economics of the National Academy of Statistics, Accounting and Audit (PUA-1, 21.08) and second year (FBSS-2, 20.04) also celebrated this day with interesting mystical images and joined those who celebrate Halloween with the hope that EVERYTHING WILL BE GOOD! http://nasoa.edu.ua/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/Hellovin-2021.mp4
“The tragedy of the Babyn Yar – history and a lesson for the present”
“Babyn Yar. Two short words that sound like two short shots, but carry long and horrible memories for several generations. Because they know and remember that the shots in Babyn Yar, unfortunately, were not two, but hundreds, thousands of times more. “ V. Zelensky On October 1, the Department of Philosophy, Law and Social Sciences and Humanities was held a round table dedicated to the 80th anniversary of the Babyn Yar tragedy. Teachers of the department: Professor V.Bushansky, Associate Professor G.Cherusheva, Professor I.Dats, Professor I. Nadolny together with second-year students honored the memory of the victims of Babyn Yar – one of the most terrible symbols of the Holocaust. The round table was opened by the head of the department, Professor T.Gavrilyuk. Students of the Academy T.Zayarny, A.Ivanova, A.Lorentz, T.Krasnova, A.Valinovska, A.Simonova, T.Royaka, K.Tanchyk, V.Oleksienko, L.Yazentuk made reports on the history of events from September 29 to October 11, 1941. During the round table they talked about the extermination of thousands of people not only during the Second World War, the participants also discussed the issue of genocide in the modern world (D.Golovko on ethnic cleansing in Chechnia). To prevent such terrible events from happening again in the future, we must remember our history! As long as we remember the victims of the Holocaust, they live in our hearts!