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FORMATION A STRATEGY OF SOCIOECONOMIC SYSTEM’S DEVELOPMENT IN THE RESOURCE-LIMITED CONDITIONS  [2015]

Lukyanenko T. V. Dmitrieva A. G. Kuban State Agrarian University [Corporate Author]

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In the article the structural model of the socio-economic system is presented as a management object. We have described the levels of creation of mathematical estimation model of the socio-economic system’s state, which on the basis of the aggregated estimation of management factors array allows selecting the primary purposes of socio-economic system’s development. The main socio-economic system’s processes in the production of goods and services are presented as complex activities. Determining methods for the modern market share occupied by socio-economic system, socio-economic system’s actual share offers on the region market, the demand for goods and services in the region, the amount of income from the activity by mathematical estimation model of the socio-economic system’s state are offered. The amount of the budget is defined as the sum of the socio-economic system profits from commercial activities and the size of public funding on the orders. Evaluation of resource support for activities described in the article is proposed. The way to solve the actual problem management - determining the socio-economic system’s priorities with limited material and financial resources is offered. We have also presented an algorithm of determination of aims of the development on the basis of estimation model of the socio-economic system’s state, foreseeing determination of external and internal factors on directions activity and forming of their aggregated estimatio
ns. The operative management in a socio-economic system allows us to react immediately to changing of key indexes of the systems and also allows using the limited resources rationally, which is very actual in modern economic conditions

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Polythematic Online Scientific Journal of Kuban State Agrarian University

ISSN : 1990-4665