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SCIENTIFIC PROJECTS

The faculty of Business Management research has always been focused on the European Research Area. In order to achieve the best result in research, faculty shifts towards multidisciplinarity in science. Now, the main research areas integrate electronics, IT, transport and social sciences.
 
Faculty is ready to participate in national and international projects and to collaborate with business sector, it fosters national and international collaboration and helps to establish ties between research institutions and the business sector. 40 percent of the university’s income comes from scientific services. The Faculty organizes 4 scientific conferences per year, both nationally and internationally, publishes 4 scientific journals.,
 
The Faculty is involved in several international networks and organizations, thus, it enhances its standing as a state of the art research institution. High quality of scientific projects presuppose not only better quality of studies, but also helps the state deal with current technological, economic and social problems.
 
The main R&D partners abroad:
 
Stralsund University of Applied Sciences (Germany), Warsaw School of Economics (Poland), Brno University of Technology (Czech Republic), Riga Technical University (Latvia), Tallinn University of Technology (Estonia), Technical University of Sofia (Bulgaria), National Technical University of Ukraine “KPI”.
 
The faculty comprises of 6 departments: Business Technologies, Enterprise Economics and Management, Finance Engineering, International Economics and Business Management, Law, Social Economics and Business Management, as well as research laboratory of Business Planning and Environment Economics.
Universal sustainability research field:
 
  • Social and economic transformations.
  • Modelling of sustainable economy development.
  • Sustainable development of socio-economic systems.
  • Solution of economic problems of environment protection.
  • Competitiveness of business organizations and its development.
  • Business legal system. 
 
High value-added economy field:
 
  • Research of accounting and auditing theory and methodology; financial system development; evaluation of business projects and risk management; integrated business value and risk management; creation, development and implementation of regional business risk informative system.
  • Quantitative evaluation of socio-economic systems; economics and management of enterprises. 
Integrated communication st rategies and concepts field:
 
  • Knowledge management. 
  • Sustainable Human Development for MED Countries (SHuMED), 2014-2015. Framework 7. Department of Economics and Management of Enterprises
  • Qualification, Innovation, Cooperation and Keybusness for Small and Medium Enterprises in Baltic Sea Region (BSR Quick), 2009-2012. Baltic Sea Region programme. Department of Economics and Management of Enterprises
  • To Conduct a National Economic Activity and Integration into the EU and Opportunities for Sustainable Development and Consequences of Modelling Regard to Innovation Storage Possibilities to Develop the Country’s Competitive Potential, 2012-2014. Long term Institutional Economics Research Programme 2012-2014. Department of Finance Engineering
  • Forecasting and Modelling of Country’s Economic Activity, Integration to EU, and Sustainable Development Possibilities and Consequences Considering Innovation Accumulation Possibilities in Order to Improve Competitive Potential of the Country, 2012-2014. Long term Institutional Economics Research Programme 2012-2014. Department of Finance Engineering 
  • “Forecasting of country‘s economic activity, integration to EU, and sustainable development possibilities and consequences considering innovation accumulation possibilities in order to improve competitive potential of the country”. The project is implemented under the Long-term institutional program of economic scientific research for 2012–2014 years “Challenges of Lithuanian long-term economic competitiveness”. Supervisor: A. V. Rutkauskas. Project duration: 2012–2014. –
  • “Preparation of business and public sector activities‘ management effect and economic efficiency evaluation measurement methodology”. The project is implemented under the Long-term institutional program of economic scientific research for 2012–2014 years “Challenges of Lithuanian long-term economic competitiveness”. Supervisor: A. V. Rutkauskas. Project duration: 2012–2014.
  • the possibility for researchers to develop joint publications;
  • the ability to read reports and participate in scientific conferences organized by the Faculty: international scientific conference "CONTEMPORARY ISSUES IN BUSINESS, MANAGEMENT AND EDUCATION", international scientific conference " BUSINESS and MANAGEMENT" and  scientific conference for Lithuanian junior researcers „SCIENCE FOR FUTURE. BUSINESS IN 21ST CENTURY“;
  • possibility to have publications in the Faculty's scientific journals: "Journal of Business Economics and Management", "Business: Theory and Practice", "Business, Management and Education", "Science – Future of Lithuania. Business in XXI century.";
  • the opportunity to pursue doctoral studies in economics or management areas.
  • the opportunity to participate in faculty seminars, reports and public lectures.
  • the opportunity to be a member of student research fellows.
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