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[Challenge:Future] AS: The Future of Work
[Challenge:Future] AS: The Future of Work
[Challenge:Future] AS: The Future of Work
[Challenge:Future] AS: The Future of Work
[Challenge:Future] AS: The Future of Work
[Challenge:Future] AS: The Future of Work
[Challenge:Future] AS: The Future of Work
[Challenge:Future] AS: The Future of Work
[Challenge:Future] AS: The Future of Work
[Challenge:Future] AS: The Future of Work
[Challenge:Future] AS: The Future of Work
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[Challenge:Future] AS: The Future of Work

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  • 1. ASSelected EE country: BulgariaTeam creator: Alina SagimuldinaTeam members: Anna SvinukhovaOrigin: KazakhstanSchool: Nazarbayev University, Economics
  • 2. Developed Industries in Bulgaria• Agriculture• Food production• Tourism• Services• Gas extraction• Machinery and electronics (rapidly developing phase)
  • 3. Aspects to improve• Lack of foreign direct investment• Lack of competitiveness on the EU market• Poor transportation system
  • 4. Discussions• Weaknesses of EE • Opportunities: countries: Significant amount ofLegacies of planned natural resources which economy (e.g. influence might be used for of the Soviet Union) industry developmentBureaucracy Transitional position onInefficiency of resource the Eurasian continent ( management trade, export, tariffs on goods passing through their territories) Rich human resources ( e.g. educated citizens willing to contribute to the economic growth)
  • 5. Discussions• Focus industries: alternative sources of energy, (sun, wind, tidal energy), biofuels, nanotechnologies,• Future professions: environmental engineers, technologists, ecologists, health service workers
  • 6. Future demanded company inBulgaria• Bulgaria has an excess of forest resources (about 6 cubic millions)• Future company can benefit from processing the surplus of those resources
  • 7. Our propositions• Following the sustainable development trends, by 2022 the demand for biofuel will increase• Bulgarian companies can increase the number of pellets (compressed tree splinters or unused grain) designed to provide environmentally friendly fuel
  • 8. • Additional usage of tree splinters: OSB panels (construction material water-cold resisting, cheap) and packing papers (no bleaching + can be recycled, does not require high amount of quality wood)
  • 9. Structure of a company• Network of affiliated companies, located near the woods• The executive board is the same as in a typical company: regional director, general manager, accounting• Specific sectors: scientific research sector with engineers and environmentalists
  • 10. Future market• Logistics sector should be of great importance to regulate the distribution of the real goods• + new outlets should be developed• Specifically, reorientation of export towards Russia and Central Asian market• Why unique? – easy to establish a company, low cost of production hence low price for export, beneficial for environment, which is the main future concern, apart from technological advancement
  • 11. Reference• National Statistical Institute, retrieved from http://www.nsi.bg/index_en.htm• Olson O. European wood pellet market integration, retrieved from http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S09619534 10002771• Nishimura, T. Image analysis and bending of OSB wood panels, retrieved from http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs00226-003- 0219-z?LI=true#page-1

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