THE INFLUENCE OF THE NATIONAL SOCIO-ECONOMIC SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT MODEL ON THE BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT MANAGEMENT MODEL: KEY FUNCTIONAL AND STRUCTURAL CHANGES


Keywords: model, management, socio-economic system, sustainable development, entrepreneurship, process, structure, macro level.

Abstract

Topicality. Existing models of socio-economic systems development are mixed due to the existence of a wide variety of tools and mechanisms used by different countries at the national level and the systemic dynamics of change that force to change or refine models. Therefore, the study of basic models of development of national socio-economic systems is very relevant to take into account their positive and negative features in creating a model of management of business development in the innovation and investment economy of sustainable development.
Aim and tasks. The aim of the article is to study the impact of the model of development of the national socio-economic management system of business processes and structures and to summarize the key functional and structural changes of management models at the macro level. To achieve this goal it is necessary to study the models of development of socio-economic systems, typologies of basic models of business development management, as well as to develop a consolidated description of business development management models on the basis of common features.
Research results. The study presents a detailed description and generalization of key functional and structural changes in management models at the macro level. As a result of the research the consolidated characteristic of models of management of development of business which is constructed on methodological approaches of a macrolevel on signs of common features and applicability in innovation and information economy of sustainable development is received. The analysis of the consolidated characteristics of business development management models showed much in common in all components of the features of the models built on methodological approaches at the macro level (environmental, social, competence, infrastructure, innovation), but some features are purely specific.
Conclusion. Analysis of models based on the "value of sustainable development" suggests that market and transitional (hybrid) models are weak in terms of ensuring the recognition and real achievement of sustainable development goals. This indicates an equally low correspondence of their values of sustainable development, so it is appropriate for the formation of the external environment of entrepreneurship to apply the experience of countries that have chosen corporate, Scandinavian, socio-oriented and South European models of national socio-economic systems.

Author Biography

V.Y. FILIPPOV

PhD in Economics, Associate Professor Management chair,
Odesa National Polytechnic University,
65044, Ukraine, Odesa, Shevchenko avenue, 1

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Published
2020-06-20
How to Cite
FILIPPOV, V. (2020). THE INFLUENCE OF THE NATIONAL SOCIO-ECONOMIC SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT MODEL ON THE BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT MANAGEMENT MODEL: KEY FUNCTIONAL AND STRUCTURAL CHANGES. Economic Innovations, 22(2(75), 112-121. https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.31520/ei.2020.22.2(75).112-121