Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : Strategy


The Effect of Nation Branding “Thoughtful Indonesia” upon the Decision Process of International Tourists to Visit Indonesia in New Normal Era / amid the Covid-19 Pandemic

Ira B Hubner; Juliana .; Nova Irene Bernedeta Sitorus; Rudy Pramono

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 10, Pages 3362-3373

The tourism sector is one of the sectors that has suffered the most losses due to the Covid-19 pandemic, namely the impact on travel supply and demand. Travel restrictions and flight cancellations and reduced flight frequencies have significantly reduced the supply of both domestic and international tour packages and trips amidst the continuing decline in demand. This poses additional downside risks in the context of a weaker world economy, geopolitical, social and trade unrest, and unequal performance among the travel markets. In an effort to reach and increase the target of foreign-tourist visits to Indonesia and compete with other countries, the government is more aggressively promoting the “Wonderful Indonesia” nation branding in order to be able to compete with other countries, and provide a better perception for foreign tourists; a good perception affects the number of tourist visits. However, during the COVID-19 Pandemic, the Government issued a new nation brand, namely “Thoughtful Indonesia” which will become a nation branding for Indonesian tourism during the COVID-19 period. This study aims to analyze the effect of nation branding "Thoughtful Indonesia" on the decision to visit Indonesia during the new normal period or after COVID-19 pandemic. This research uses descriptive and verification types of research. The sampling technique used in this research was probability sampling. Based on the research and analysis and hypothesis testing, it is concluded that nation branding has a positive effect on visiting decisions.

RESEARCH ON THE DAILY LIFE OF THE MILITARY: WORLD EXPERIENCE AND THE PRACTICE OF UZBEKISTAN

Khudayberdi Khaknazarov

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 1777-1784

Abstract: The article deals with the experiences of countries around the world in
studying the daily life of the military, the research of individual authors, research centers,
and scientific schools on the subject is analyzed. There is information on scientific
research, their methods and methodology on the study of the daily lives of servicemen in
the world from a military anthropological point of view. Furthermore researches on the
subject in terms of historical periods and geographical order are also studied on the basis
of comparative methods. The article describes the research conducted in Uzbekistan on the
life and daily life of the military, in particular, the research of historians in this area, based
on the sequence of historical periods. It provides information on the daily life, interests and
future plans of the military, the culture of leisure, the social anthropological analysis of
the daily life of the military. Certain conclusions were made on the topic and suggestions
and recommendations were developed.

Concept Of Medical Information

S.S. Nabiyeva; A.A. Rustamov; M.R. Malikov; N.I. Ne’matov

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 602-609

This article deals with the main subject of medical informatics, namely medical information. Its definition is given, the types of medical information are classified and their properties are determined. Focused primarily on professionals, it contains a description of methods, models of technologies for the development of complex information systems, which include MIS. The main focus is on the organization and design of the storage subsystem.

Features of the Development of the Marketing strategy of the Enterprise

Mamatkulova Shoira Jalolovna

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 6194-6205

This article reveals the features of developing a marketing strategy for an enterprise. The development of a marketing strategy is a complex process that requires in-depth research of the state and development of the market, as well as an assessment of the position of the company that it occupies in the market. At the level of the enterprise as a whole, a general strategy is formed that reflects the general strategic line of development and a combination of its possible directions, taking into account the existing market conditions and the capabilities of the company. Strategy focuses on what the firm does and does not do, which is more important and less important in the current activities of the firm. Whatever strategies a company is pursuing, it must be able to react quickly and realign its strategic focus.

Features of the Development of the Marketing strategy of the Enterprise.

Mamatkulova Shoira Jalolovna

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 6207-6217

This article reveals the features of developing a marketing strategy for an enterprise. The development of a marketing strategy is a complex process that requires in-depth research of the state and development of the market, as well as an assessment of the position of the company that it occupies in the market. At the level of the enterprise as a whole, a general strategy is formed that reflects the general strategic line of development and a combination of its possible directions, taking into account the existing market conditions and the capabilities of the company. Strategy focuses on what the firm does and does not do, which is more important and less important in the current activities of the firm. Whatever strategies a company is pursuing, it must be able to react quickly and realign its strategic focus

Social Capital And The Quality Of Government: The Strategy For Tax Policy Development

Tautoto Tana Ranggina Sarongallo; Tahir Kasnawi; Hasbi Lambe; Sakaria .; Irwansyah .

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 1157-1165

The proposition offered is a gap due to the absence of integration of social capital at micro- and macro levels. So that this reality has an impact on not optimal motor vehicle tax payments. Therefore, this study emphasizes the importance of integrating social capital at micro (actor) level and macro (structure) level in order to optimize regional revenue from vehicle tax. This research is a qualitative approach. The research was conducted in 4 (four) districts and one city in South Sulawesi province. It was conducted from January 2019 to May 2020. The results show that the strategy of social capital management in increase obedient for vehicle taxpayer shows that the elements of social capital, namely: network; trust; values, norms and social sanction; cooperation and reciprocal relations still exist in the duality of agents structural and structures in social practices continually in routine. Hence, there is a disintegration of the meaning of agents to the implementation of elements of social capital.