Program-target method

The program-target method acts as the most important method of solving complex problems, usually of an interdepartmental nature. It involves doing the following: target analysis (goal decomposition); building a hierarchy of goals and identifying their interrelations and mutual influence; development and implementation of a program that ensures the achievement of goals. Goal decomposition is the […]

Normative planning method

The normative method is a planning method based on the application of norms and standards to substantiate planning, program and forecast documents. Norms are absolute indicators reflecting the consumption of resources (material, labor, financial) per unit of production, work, services. There are technical and economic, financial, socio-economic, environmental, etc. For example, the rate of consumption […]

International labour migration: features and consequences

International labour migration – (a) the movement of human resources across the borders of certain territories with a change of permanent residence or with a return to it; b) the movement of the able-bodied population from one country to another in search of work. International labor migration as a process is a unity of emigration, […]

Legislative bases of currency regulation in the Republic of Belarus

International settlement and monetary relations of the Republic of Belarus with countries of far and near abroad, as well as the procedure and areas of application of foreign currencies by domestic organizations, enterprises and citizens, are regulated by a number of legislative acts and instructional materials. The legislative acts and departmental instructions on currency issues […]