A student of the Belarusian-Russian University became the winner of the International Competition of Student Research Papers “Regional aspects of small and medium-sized business development: problems and solutions in the digital economy”.
The competition is a joint international project. The founders of the event are BIP-University of Law and Social and Information Technologies (Mogilev), St. Petersburg State University of Economics, the Belarus State Economic University and Kharkiv State University of Food Technology and Trade. The competition was attended by undergraduates and master’s students from Belarus, Russia, Ukraine and Kazakhstan – more than 200 participants from 50 institutions of higher education.
Ekaterina Kurzakova, a student of UIR-171 group, became the winner of the competition in the category “Information Technologies as a Tool for Stimulating the Economy of Countries” with the paper “Intellectual Property Protection as a Tool for Stimulating the Development of Information Technologies in the Republic of Belarus”.
Congratulations to Ekaterina and her research supervisor Irina Ivanovskaya!