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Implementation of the ROSI Methodology at the Enterprise in the Context of Industry Specifics

ФИО студента: Diana Krutikova

Руководитель: Yulia Leevik

Кампус/факультет: St.Petersburg School of Economics and Management

Программа: Finance (Master)

Год защиты: 2021

This study is devoted to one of the most pressing topics of modern research - the assessment of the results from the company's investments in sustainable development strategies. Within the framework of this study, the road construction industry was considered. The ROSI methodology was applied to assess the investment. The investment project, which was considered and evaluated in this work, is aimed at the construction of the Central Ring Road in the Moscow Region (A-113). The results of the study are generally consistent with previous researches on this topic, but there are still questions and directions within which this topic should be developed. Key words: sustainable development, investment analysis, road construction industry, ROSI Methodology

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