Research Journal of Economics, Business and ICT 2016-12-04T08:13:53+01:00 Hakan Erdem Open Journal Systems <p>The publisher English Time Schools, London, UK, decided to stop publishing this journal in 2016. This organization moved out of the business so RJEBI has been discontinued in its publication. The journal and published articles are still indexed in Google Scholar, and some other indexation databases. Journal is/was published for free on website that belongs to nonprofit CBU, o.p.s. due to cooperation between the two organizations.</p> Using multilevel modeling techniques for Social and Economic Monitoring 2016-12-04T08:13:53+01:00 Stanislav Dubykivskyi Sergiy Holub <p>This paper studies the experience of applying the existing methods of modeling in the field of economic monitoring. The method of Group Method of Data Handling (GMDH) is suggested an alternative method for economic modeling. The research calculates and builds inductive models describing the GDP on the basis of the economic indices which are characteristic of the countries with developed information economy. The resulting models are then clustered by similar features. The obtained results are briefly analyzed.</p> 2016-05-12T00:00:00+02:00 Copyright (c) 2016 Stanislav Dubykivskyi, Sergiy Holub FUZZY SETS IN UNEMPLOYMENT PROBLEM 2016-12-04T08:13:53+01:00 Elena Rihova Iva Peckova Unemployment level moves in a cyclical manner. Hovewer, not only business cycle has an influence on unemployment levels, but also labour market policies and demographic developments may also influence the short and long-term evolution. Some unemployed are willing and able to work for pay currently available to work, and have actively searched for work, though. Unlike them, there is a group of unemployed, which are not are willing and able to change their position and find a job, “unhopefully” unemployed. For economic and social governance is key to define a group of “unhopefully” and “hopefully” unemployed. The purpose of this study was to find a statistical methodology, which help to define the group of “hopefully” unemployed. The study was held on unemployment from Czech Republic during 2014. 2016-04-17T00:00:00+02:00 Copyright (c) 2016 Elena Rihova, Iva Peckova THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PRICE COMPETITATION AND TAX EVASION OR AVOIDANCE 2016-12-04T08:13:53+01:00 Mentor Gashi Halil Kukaj In order to find, if the companies that cause the evasion and avoidance, make it, only to survived from the competition with other companies in the market, to make competition on other companies or to increase their profits without impact of competitive, in this case we found that From 239 answers, there are 95 or 39.76% answer of the respondents think, that avoidance and fiscal evasion, become because they have the motivation to cheat the state, only to increase their profits; continuing 58 or 24.26% from the respondents think, that avoidance and fiscal evasion, become because, to dominate with lower prices to their own competition and 86 or 35.98% from the respondents think, that avoidance and fiscal evasion become, for protected from competition, because their competitors have hit the market with cheaper prices<strong>.</strong> 2016-06-16T00:00:00+02:00 Copyright (c) 2016 Mentor Gashi, Halil Kukaj