Kharkiv Petro Vasylenko National Technical University of Agriculture
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Bohdanovych Olha

Education and career

  • Kharkiv Institute of Mechanization and Electrification of Agriculture, 1988, specialty: mechanization of agriculture, qualification – mechanical engineer
  • Kharkiv State Technical University of Agriculture, 2002, specialty “Mechanization of Agriculture”, qualification – Master
  • Kharkiv State Technical University of Agriculture, 2004, specialty “Business Economics”, qualification – economist
  • From 1988 to 1999 she worked at UkrNIISGOM as an engineer
  • From 1999 to 2002 KhNTUA – position of head laboratories;
  • Since 2002 – I work as a senior lecturer at KhNTUA, Department of Economics and Marketing; from 2018 – Art. Lecturer at the Department of Agrologistics and Supply Chain Management (2009-2010, she worked part-time at the National Academy of the National Guard of Ukraine; in 2016, she worked part-time as a labor protection engineer (KNTUSG)).

Teaches disciplines:

  1. Regional economy
  2. Agricultural economics
  3. Micro/macroeconomics
  4. Foundations of economic theory
  5. The national economy, agro-industrial economy
  6. State regulation of Economy
  7. Enterprise finances
  8. Business Economics
  9. Fundamentals of entrepreneurship
  10. Labor economics and social and labor relations
  11. Economic and social geography (for foreign students)

Research activities

  • The theme of scientific work: “Regularities of formation and improvement of branch structure of agricultural enterprises”
  • Research interests: economics of agricultural production, the effective sectoral structure of agriculture

International activity / participation in international projects

  • Participation in international conferences:
    1. The main provisions and results of the dissertation research were tested in reports and speeches at International Forum of Young Scientists “Market Transformation of the Economy: Status Problems, Prospects” (Kharkiv, KhNTUA, April 19-20, 2007);
    2. VII International Forum of Agrarian Youth “Youth and Agricultural Machinery in the XXI Century” (Kharkiv, KhNTUA, May 20-30, 2011); .);
    3. International scientific-practical conference “Organic production and food security” (Zhytomyr, ZhNAEU, April 19, 2013);
    4. International Economic Forum of students, undergraduates and graduate students “Innovation. Creativity. Leadership: Modern Resources of the Global Economy ”(Omsk, Dostoevsky Omsk State University, Omsk, December 4-5, 2014);
    5. X International Forum of Agrarian Youth “Youth and Agricultural Machinery in the XXI Century” (Kharkiv, KhNTUA, April 3-4, 2014);
    6. International scientific-practical Internet conference “Modern science: problems, innovations, solutions” (Kursk, Kursk Institute of Social Education, February 27-28, 2014);
    7. VIII International Scientific and Practical Conference “Market Transformation of the Economy: Status, Problems, Prospects” (Kharkiv, KhNTUA; April 7, 2017);
    8. 21st International Scientific and Practical Conference “Physical and Computer Technologies” (Kharkiv, FED Plant, December 24-25, 2015);
    9. 22nd International Scientific and Practical Conference “Physical and Computer Technologies” (Kharkiv, KhNEU named after S. Kuznets, December 7-9, 2016);
    10. International scientific-practical Internet conference “Economic potential of the agricultural sector of Ukraine: scientific approaches and implementation practice” (Kherson, Kherson State Agrarian University, April 6-7, 2017);
    11. International scientific-practical conference “Modern problems of economics and finance” (Kyiv, KNEU named after Vadym Hetman, October 30, 2018);
    12. II International Scientific Conference “Corporate Governance: Strategies, Technologies, Processes” (Leipzig, University of Leipzig. Faculty of Economics and Management, October 26, 2018)

Social activities

  • Consultative communication with students was the curator of several groups.

Number of publications

  • More than 50