“OPEN CLASS” ENTITLED “PROBLEMS OF VENTURE CAPITAL FORMATION AND CIRCULATION IN THE RA”
The 1st year students of Master’s Degree of Macroeconomic Analysis Specialization conducted an “Open Class” by the initiative of the Chair of Macroeconomics at ASUE. Students discussed “Problems of Venture Capital Formation and Circulation in the RA”.
They presented the following themes by slide show: “The Role of Venture Capital Funds in Creation of a National Innovation System”, “Venture Capital”, “The Nature, Role and Significance of Venture Funds”, “Organising the Activity of Venture Investors”, “Experience of Venture Capital in the RA”.
In the interview with ASUE Media and Public Relations Division, Tsovinar Karapetyan, the conductor of the class, a lecturer at the same Chair, Candidate in Economics, Associate Professor, mentioned that the students were interested in conducting “Open Class”, as it ensured them to do independent work and to analyze it. The lecturer also highlighted the culture of developing oral communication, ability to express and substantiate own opinion.
The students mentioned that the topic of the class was interesting and needed to be discussed. “I highlight the public discussion of important issues for economy of the country through “Open Classes”. Analyzing and discussing the international experience, special methodology and mechanisms it can be used for the development of our country”; said Ani Hunanyan, a student.
“The “Open Class” ensures us to study important topics in details, to present own analyzes and opinions, to listen to the other’s opinions and to clarify them”; added Heghine Ohanyan.
ASUE Media and Public Relations Division