Latvia University of Agriculture Council of Habilitation and Doctorate, H – 1
Scientific research interests
Gross national product of macroeconomic model econometric analysis and forecast in Latvia.
Risk management methodology in Latvia agriculture.
Mathemathical statistics ( for Bachelors );
Statistics data processing systems ( alternative courses for Master studies from all faculties);
Econometric (for Bachelors from faculty of economics );
Variform applied methods ( for Doctor studies )
Contributions at conferences (last three years)
Expert systems in cultivation of grain, Work is implement for covenant with LZP gravel themes. 1992. Līdzdalība: atbildīgais izpildītājs.
Forecasting system establishment in Agriculture modelling and guidance accordingly EU, Work is implement for covenant with LR Ministry of Agriculture. Atbildīgais izpildītājs.
LZP cooperation project 02.0016 Risk factor, appraisal and risk guidance in Latvian agriculture.
Phare 2000 Economic and Social Cohesion Programme Building of human resource development and infrastucture backpone for information technology service in jelgava city projekts, 2003. atbildīgais izpildītājs.
Phare 2000 Economic and Social Cohesion Programme “Establishment of Zemgale region business support and adult education centre,” projekts, 2003. atbildīgais izpildītājs.
LLU Professor candidate grant holder, 01.04.1999.- 31.12.2000.
Denmark University of Veterinary and Agriculture, Department of mathematics and physics, Copenhagen, 2000, 2 months.
MASHAV courses Leadership of women in agricultural development, Israel, 2000, 1 month.
Prague University, Economical research center, Czech Republic, have in service training, 1999, 2 weeks.
NOVABA courses Practical statistic in data processing, 1999, Jelgava, LLU, 1 week.
European Summer Central University in Budapest, courses “Statistic in Social science” ,1998, 2 weeks.
Number of publications:
1. Arhipova I., Paura L. ( 2001 ) Statistics courses for postgraduate students at the Latvia University of Agriculture – illustrated by an example of statistical data analysis in veterinary medicine. Proceedings of the Third Nordic – Baltic agrometric international conference, Jelgava, Latvia, 24-26 May 2001. – P. 18-26.
2. Arhipova I. ( 2002 ) Risk Management Methodology in Latvian Economics, Sixth ERC/METU International Conference in Economics, September 11-14, 2002, ankara, Turkey.
3. Arhipovs S., Arhipova I. Quantitative risk assessment in programming models for disease policy of animals, 12th Conference of the European Consortium for mathematics in Industry, September 10-14, 2002, Jurmala, Latvia.