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Seminar Opportunities for doing business and investing in Russia

Von: Samstag, 23.10.2021

Bis: Sonntag, 24.10.2021

Bemerkung:

Sa 09:00 - 18:00 Uhr und So 09:00 - 13:00 Uhr

Dieses Seminar ist ein Online-Seminar.

 

Themenbereich: Internationales

Prüfungsform: Mündliche Prüfung

Kreditpunkte: 0.5

Workload: 15

Dozent : Prof. Dr. Konstantin Kostin

Inhalt:

The Russian market offers a great deal of opportunities in entrepreneurial activities with a significant rate of return, which the Western markets simply lack due to facing maturity in many industries. However, the ability to determine, assess and act when pursuing those opportunities, is dependent upon the understanding how the Russian Economy and business environment is organized and what the intercultural prerequisites are for crafting a successful entrepreneurial strategy. The goal of the course is to familiarize the students with critical success factors in Russia and teach them how to independently assess future opportunities, as they may bring not only profits, but great losses with wrong assumptions and assessments; and where to look for information which will help avoid losses.

Block 1.

  • Prerequisites for being a successful entrepreneur in Russia
    • Intercultural considerations for doing business in Russia
    • Hofstede dimensions, Dr. Kostin’s matrix
    • Russian business and cultural values
    • Building relevant intercultural competencies and negotiations skills
    • Successful negotiation strategies for Russia
    • Understanding how the three branches of government operate
    • Understanding the geographical and historical implications on entrepreneurship in Russia
  • Fundamental considerations for successful entrepreneurship in Russia
    • Economic sectors
    • Dependency on natural resources
    • Risk considerations and evaluation
  • Group project expectations and guidelines

Block 2.

  • at a glance
    • Statistical economic data for opportunity assessment
    • Industry analysis
    • Risk-return characteristics
  • Foreign economic relations, WTO membership, sanctions
    • Risks and potential opportunities
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  • hanging the mindset: introducing the «4 whales of success».

 

Block 3.

  • Applying the «4 wales of success»
  • Understanding Financial Institutions and Markets in Russia
    • Ministry of Finance, Reserve & National Wealth Funds
    • The Central bank of Russia and its role, key rate, discount rate, interest rates
  • Accounting environment
    • Russian accounting standards (RAS) vs. US GAAP & IFRS, harmonization of RAS with IFRS
  • How is Russia similar and different from Norway: comparative analysis
  • Examples, problem solving, assignments

Block 4.

  • Legal foundations for entrepreneurship Russia
    • Types of business presence
    • Registration process
    • Employment, minimum wage, work visas and work permits
    • Federal, State and Local taxes
    • Tax incentives
    • Special economic zones
  • Perspective business areas and projects for Russia
    • Current state
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    • Evaluation strategy
  • Capitalizing of the «4 wales of success»
    • Carry trading and other opportunities

Block 5.

  • Russian stock market: MICEX-RTS
    • Brief history and evolution
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    • Listing requirements for companies
    • Models to assess the investment attractiveness of stocks suitable for Russia
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  • Limitations to consider
  • The notion of capital gains and personal wealth building
  • Wrap up

Block 6.

The group project presentation and evaluation. The content of the term project and requirements will be addressed at the beginning of the course.

 

Ziel:

To learn about entrepreneurial/investment opportunities in Russia and be capable of assessing and forecasting them in the future. The course is also intended to teach the students how to master the money, build personal and corporate wealth, and capitalize on the above-mentioned opportunities.

The students will learn about the business culture and entrepreneurial environment in Russia and would be able to determine investment opportunities in the market with potential returns exceeding the cost of capital. The students will also learn the specifics of negotiation strategies in Russia, how the three branches of Russian government operate, what the implications for the financial markets are and how the financial markets in Russia function.

 

 

Für jedes Seminar werden mindestens 16 Teilnehmer benötigt.