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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Artem Tixobaev
The Use of an Ontology Approach for Designing Special Economic Zones
Bachelor’s programme
2014
The structure of the work includes introduction, three chapters and bibliography. The number of pages – 58. In the first chapter, such economic objects as special economic zones in both the world and Russia are described. This is the object of research. I described legislation, types of zones, SWOT-analysis and management company. In the second chapter there are theory basis of an ontology approach, transaction costs as costs that are native for all kinds of social interaction. Moreover, the main points of DEMO methodology is taken place in this chapter. In the last chapter there are some issues about the transition from designing special economic zones to designing management company. Besides, I made some diagrams, which let us to see areas of responsibilities of each actors, and transactions where interaction is rather bad. Moreover some offers are made in order to improve the process of functioning of management company as well as special economic zones in Russia.

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