Working Papers

Working papers - academic research on economy aimed at enhancing the knowledge about economic processes, problems and trends through development of new theories and concepts. The results of these studies are published in leading international journals, as for example SAGE Knowledge, Journal of Economic Development, Research Policy (Science Direct)Baltic Journal of Economics, Eastern Economic Journal and etc.

Radzivon Marozau|Natalja Apanasovich|Maribel Guerrero|Radzivon Marozau| 06.07.2021
Evolution of Technology Transfer in Belarus: Two Parallel Dimensions in a Post-Soviet Country
This paper explores the development of knowledge and technology transfer policies in Belarus during the post-Soviet period.
Radzivon Marozau|Radzivon Marozau| 01.10.2020
Prospects for Corporate Governance Development in Belarus
The aim of the paper is to analyze the current state of and prospects for the development of corporate governance in Belarus to ensure more effective and wide-scale implementation of the core principles of corporate governance in the state-controlled and the private sectors.
Radzivon Marozau|Maryia Akulava|Radzivon Marozau|Aliaksandr Abrashkevich|Maribel Guerrero| 23.07.2020
Global Entrepreneurship Monitor Report: GEM Belarus 2019/2020
In this publication, we present the findings of the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM), a 2019 comprehensive study of various aspects of entrepreneurial activity conducted in Belarus for the first time by the Belarusian Economic Research and Outreach Center (BEROC) and International Finance Corporation (IFC) office in Belarus.
| 14.01.2019
Effectuation Processes, Gender, Innovativeness and Performance of SMEs: case of Belarus
Entrepreneurial actions are based on certain principles and prevailing decision-making logic. Effectual and causal reasoning are considered to be among the essential tools explaining the entrepreneurial strategy and outcomes. The present research explores the link between the applied effectuation principles, gender of the leader and SMEs financial and innovative functioning.
Radzivon Marozau|Maksim Belitski| 11.10.2018
Commercializing university research in transition economies: Technology transfer offices or direct industrial funding?
There is a paucity of knowledge on research commercialization by university scientists worldwide. The objective of this paper is to identify the role that Technology Transfer Offices (TTOs) and direct Industrial Funding play in university research commercialization in transition economies of Azerbaijan, Belarus and Kazakhstan during 2015–2017.
| 11.10.2015
Gender and Innovativeness of the Enterprise: the Case of Transition Countries
Little knowledge exists on difference in innovation behavior of men and women leading the SMEs in transition countries. This paper estimates whether there is a gender gap in SMEs innovation actions. Results show that propensity to innovate is higher among female owners and this finding preserves for 5 measures of innovativeness. Thus, female involvement in business might be beneficial for the innovative sustainable development of economy. Estimation of the gap in performance of implemented innovations did not reveal any strong prevailing gender in terms of efficiency.