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Title: Development of the Regional Management System in Conditions of Decentralization and Post-Conflict Transformation
Authors: Bilous, Y.Y.
Білоус, Я.Ю.
Halhash, R.A.
Галгаш, Р.А.
Keywords: territories, territories, economic, development, post-conflict transformation, participatory budgeting
Issue Date: Nov-2019
Publisher: Shioda GmbH, Steyr
Citation: Social transformations of the national economy in the context of european integration processes: Collective monograph / Yu. Pasichnyk and others: [Ed. by Doctors of Economics Sciences, Prof. Lupenko Yu., Pasichnyk Yu.]. — Shioda GmbH, Steyr, Austria, 2019. 376 p. — Р. 282-293.
Abstract: In the territories of post-conflict transformation, the issue of existence and development is the most important area of research, which in general is a key factor in national security and development of Ukraine. The development of territories in conditions of post-conflict transformation is possible only after resolution of a wide range of social, economic and organizational issues. The development and implementation of the sustainable development strategy in the Luhansk region is possible only on the basis of forming comprehensive organizational and economic support for the system of regional management and developing effective mechanisms for the development of intellectual capital. At the same time, innovative processes, scientific knowledge and new technologies should become dominant elements when forming the model of sustainable development of regions in conditions of post-conflict transformation. The issues of intellectual capital reproduction in the context of reforming the system of state and regional management, decentralization, creation of territorial communities in the context of post-conflict transformation of the region become of particular importance and relevance. Socio-economic development of any country depends largely on the development of its regions. Such development can be achieved by providing autonomy to territorial communities to address local development issues. Coordination of the processes of providing intellectual capital of enterprises and creation of amalgamated territorial communities in the conditions of post-conflict transformation of the region requires creation of effective organizational and economic mechanisms and tools for managing intellectual capital. For this purpose, we have analysed the international experience of participatory budgeting implementation. According to the results of the analysis, it is advisable to keep to the Estonian model when implementing participatory budgeting in Ukraine. It is not possible for Ukraine to implement Estonian participatory budgeting experience as it is in, as the Ukrainian civil society is still in the process of its establishment. At the same time, the local governments are under the influence of decentralization processes, which have not yet reached their logical conclusion, which in turn causes permanent transformations at the local level and determine certain peculiarities of introducing the participatory budgeting system in the regions of Ukraine. These features relate to education, consultation, transparency and process monitoring. To improve the situation, it is necessary to use the best and most appropriate foreign experience and to form the system of effective mechanisms for the development of intellectual capital on the basis of human intellectual abilities, innovative processes, scientific knowledge and new technologies. This will contribute to increase of efficiency of organizational and economic support of the development of the system of regional management in conditions of decentralization and post-conflict transformation.
ISSN: 978-3-953794-29-3
Appears in Collections:Галгаш Руслан Анатолійович
Білоус Яна Юріївна
Монографії / Інститут економіки і управління

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