Doctor of Economics, Associate Professor
2015 Doctor of Economics in the speciality 08.00.01 Economic theory and history of economic thought.
2001-2004 Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Economics, Alfred Nobel University, Dnipropetrovsk, Ukraine
1997-1999 Specialist of Finance, Alfred Nobel University, Dnipropetrovsk, Ukraine
1989-1994 Specialist in Physics, Dnipropetrovsk State University, Dnipropetrovsk, Ukraine
2010 – 2017 – Vice-rector, Alfred Nobel University, Dnipropetrovsk, Ukraine
2006 – 2014 – Associate Professor of the Department of International Economics and Economic Theory, Alfred Nobel University, Dnipropetrovsk, Ukraine;
2003 – 2006 – Senior lecturer the Department of International Economics and Economic Theory, Alfred Nobel University, Dnipropetrovsk, Ukraine;
2001 – 2003 – Senior lecturer of the Department of Economic Theory, Alfred Nobel University, Dnipropetrovsk, Ukraine;
2000 – 2001 – Senior lecturer of Department of Informatics and Mathematical Methods in Economics, Alfred Nobel University, Dnipropetrovsk, Ukraine;
1994 – 2000 – Assistant Professor of the Department of Informatics and Mathematical Methods in Economics, Alfred Nobel University, Dnipropetrovsk, Ukraine;
1993 –1994 – inspector of the department of personnel and office, Alfred Nobel University, Dnipropetrovsk, Ukraine.
2010-2015 Adaptation of Ukraine's economic policy to the latest transformation of the system of global economic relations at the micro, macro and meso level, № 0106U4006313
2014 European Interdisciplinary Forum 2014 (EIF 2014), Вільнюс, Lithuania
2014 Nobel International Economics Congress, Alfred Nobel University, Dnipropetrovsk, Ukraine
2013 International conference «International Relations 2013: Current issues of world economy and politics», Bratislava, Slovakia
2012 International conference«Actual historical-economic problems of research», Moscow, RF
2011 International conference«Actual historical-economic problems of research», Moscow, RF
2013 International Forum «Innovative technologies in the economic and business education», Gomel, Belarus
2008 Nobel International Economics Forum, Alfred Nobel University, Dnipropetrovsk, Ukraine.
During her professional career G. Glukha has repeatedly been honored with honorary awards and certificates. In recognition of pedagogical, scientific, scientific-methodical, organizational, public and educational work in 2008 she was awarded the honorary title "Honored Teacher of Alfred Nobel University".
PhD in Economics
- in 2017 - defended PhD thesis on "Management of financial support for the reproduction of fixed assets of machine-building enterprises" speciality 08.00.04 Economics and Management of Enterprises (by type of economic activity)
- in 1996 - graduated from Dnipro State University "Finance and Credit"
- in 1994 - graduated from Dnipro State University "Physics"
Subjects taught: «Introduction to the speciality», «System of technologies of enterprise», «Enterprise economy», «Valuation of intellectual capital of the enterprise», «Planning and control of the enterprise», «Substantiation economic decisions and assessment of risks», «Potential and development of the company», «Economics and finance of enterprises».
- Gratitude of the President of the Alfred Nobel University, Dnipro, for fruitful research work and actively work with students of Alfred Nobel University, Dnipro.
- Research interests: process-oriented management of provision of machine-building enterprises’ fixed assets.
Doctor of Economics, Full Professor
Since 2009 - a teacher of MBA at the International Business School IBS of Alfred Nobel University.
From 2004 to 2014 - member of the Scientific and Methodological Commission on Management of the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine. From 2006 to 2014 he was a member of the expert council on management and trade of the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine.
In 2004 - defended dissertation for obtaining a Doctor of Economics degree in speciality 08.06.01 Economics, organization and management of enterprises on the theme "Enterprise strategy in the conditions of uncertainty of the economic environment (methodological aspect)". Attestation Board of the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine, February 16, 2006, awarded the academic title of Professor of the Department of Management.
In 2002 - obtained second higher education in the field of Management of Organizations.
In 1994 - defended PhD thesis in the specialty 01.02.05 Fluid, Gas and Plasma Mechanics.
Education: graduated from the Faculty of International Economics, Dnipro National University, majoring in Human Resources Management and Labour Economics.
She has been a lecturer at Alfred Nobel University since 2006.
Considerable attention pays to the use of modern techniques of teaching. Continuously enhances her professional level, namely: improving the content of lectures and practical classes in the subjects taught.
Subjects taught: Corporate Culture, Personnel Management, Fundamentals of Management, Management, Business Communications, Course Design.
Academic interests: corporate culture, personnel management, staff motivation.
One of the main priorities of the Department of Innovation Management and International Logistics is to offer studies combined with research. The teaching staff carries out teaching and research and increase their professional level not only at a local scale but also on the international ground.
Apart from undergraduate learning opportunities the department offers postgraduate and postdoctoral studies.
The decree of the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine № 389 of 8.04.2016 and the decision of the State Accreditation Commission (protocol No. 3/2 of 08 April 2016) have authorized the department to provide PhD training in 073 – Management.Postdoctoral studies (by the decision of the Academic Council, protocol № 5 of 30 June 2016) also include 073 – Management.
The work of the Examining Board 08.120.01 for PhD defence in Economics is characterized by:
- 1 postdoctoral and 1 PhD theses defended by teaching staff and 1 postdoctoral and 1 PhD theses defended by researchers in the academic year 2016/2017.
- 1 PhD thesis defended in 2017/18.
In 2018 there are 5 PhD students at the department (4 – full-time and 1 part-time).
In 2016 and in 2018 3 students took part in Erasmus+ with Kozminski University and University of Rzeszów.
2 students took part in UBB-FSEGA International Summer School 2017 organized by Universitatea Babes-Bolyai, Cluj-Napoca.
6 students took part in the International Summer School 2018: Logistics&Marketing.
During 2017-2018, the department held 6 meetings of the students club “Manager”.
Students take part in the professional club “Formula of success” in which they attend workshops of practitioners and meetings with graduates (5 meetings were held).
The Department was founded in 1995 as the Department of Management and Marketing for teaching full-time students and part-time students of the major «Management of organizations» fundamental and professionally oriented disciplines.
In 2002 the Department of Management and Marketing was divided into the Department of Management and the Marketing Department to improve the level of training of students in connection with the reorganization of faculties of the university and changes in subordination of the departments.
In 2018 a research theme of the department is “Management and administration in the global and socio-economic challenges” (Assoc. Prof., Dr., G. Glukha).
Achievements of the department in the field of science for 2015-2018:
– research papers in Sсopus – 1;
– monographs abroad – 1;
– monographs – 9;
– articles abroad – 8;
– articles in journals VAK – 29;
– articles in other materials not included to VAK – 7;
– theses abroad – 7;
– theses in Ukraine – 48;
– conference, seminars, symposiums – 57.
The research-to-practice conference “Modern management: trends, problems and development prospects” was held in 29 March 2017 and involved participants from Bulgaria, Poland, Ukraine and Czech Republic.
On 29 March 2018 the department held the “International research-to-practice conference “Modern management: trends, problems and development prospects” devoted to the 25-th anniversary of Alfred Nobel University, which was attended by 105 participants from Canada, the Netherlands, Poland, Russia, Ukraine.