• Sharif E. Guseynov Institute of Fundamental Science and Innovative Technologies, Liepaja University Faculty of Science and Engineering, Liepaja University; "Entelgine" Research & Advisory Co., Ltd. (LV)
  • Ruslans Aleksejevs Riga State Gymnasium No. 1 (LV)
  • Jekaterina V. Aleksejeva Institute of Fundamental Science and Innovative Technologies, Liepaja University (LV)
  • Raufs Guseinovs Faculty of Humanities, Leiden University (LV)



economic attractiveness, export of service, mathematical model, inverse problem, stable solution


Country's economic potential implies joint capability of the country's economy, its branches and enterprises to carry out production and economic activity, to create goods and services, to supply the demand of the population, to stimulate production and consumption development. Country's economic potential is defined by estimating different economic, social, ecological, scientific and technical, political and other criteria, which, as a rule, are interconnected and correlated. Each of these criteria includes heterogeneous set of economic, financial, social, political, juridical, educational, scientific and innovational, ecological, cultural and other factors, every single of which can consist of independent or indirectly correlated subfactors called indices or indicators. In this work we investigate the problem of estimating economic potentials of groups of countries according to their measurable economic, financial, social and other indicators in order to export bank and other luxurious services. The approach to solving the problem offered in this work is based on the apparat of the theory of inverse and ill-posed problems.


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How to Cite

S. E. Guseynov, R. Aleksejevs, J. V. Aleksejeva, and R. Guseinovs, “DETERMINING COUNTRIES’ POTENTIALS FOR SUCCESSFUL EXPORT OF LUXURIOUS AND BANKING SERVICES”, ETR, vol. 3, pp. 83–88, Jun. 2017, doi: 10.17770/etr2017vol3.2562.