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Journal: Innovative Economics and Management (Vol.II, No. 1)

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Page : 52-56

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This paper puts forward providing of practical recommendations in order to solve public administration - related tasks in various areas of the society functioning and, as a result, augment the spiritual values and national wealth of Ukraine. It is no secret that organization of scientific activity in the sphere of public administration represents an important criterion for development of Ukraine, which should integrate all its key resource elements towards achievement of socially important goals adequate to the changing environment. Today, unfortunately, processes of the decline of the science of public administration in Ukraine occur much faster than in the West, although domestic scientists hate to admit it. Western science has turned out to be more protected because it has a larger safety margin [1, p. 631-635]. The impossibility to effectively integrate the post-soviet science of public administration into western trends is due not so much to subjective factors in Ukraine – lack of reflexive realization of these trends and, accordingly, lack of individual efforts to become integrated into them, as to the absence of such institutions and social patterns of public administration, whose creation took long in the West and which are virtually impossible to be created anew in the context of such a decline. All these problems of integration into western trends or ways of developing the science of public administration have determined poor capacity for its structural management – lack of independent differentiation and integration processes, when new branches of science and new ways of its interdisciplinary integration are created. This also means structural-functional backwardness of the science of public administration in Ukraine. For this very reason, solving issues related to maximum preservation and augmentation of all achievements and best practices of the older generation of Ukrainian and foreign distinguished scientists in the field of public administration due to their conformity to the global tendency towards integration of knowledge on the way toward solving problems of mankind takes on great practical significance [ 2, p. 102]. Presenting of the main material Modern public administration in Ukraine - is a complex, multidimensional phenomenon, that gives special urgency to the question of consolidation of efforts of aspirants, doctors, searchers, civil servants, academics and scientists with the purpose of their joining to the process of search of contemporary approaches of development of social life in the context of formation and implementation of effective activity of public administration and local government [3, p. 337]. That is why, the solution of questions concerning of maximal preservation and enhancement of all the achievements and developments of the older generation of Ukrainian and foreign authoritative scientists in public administration, by virtue of their compliance with the global trend towards the integration of knowledge on the way of solving global challenges are acquired the great importance. Today in Ukraine there are exist three thousand doctor of science in public administration and one hundred one thousand PhD in public administration and their association in Ukraine is an important criterion of its development with the help of which integration of all its most important resource elements, towards the achievements of socially important objectives, adequate to the changing environment, should be implemented [4, p. 149]. Development of Ukraine as a democratic state requires the fastest possible implementation of new criteria for assessment of performance of authorities and improvement in the current technologies for assessing quality of the services provided from the perspective of citizen satisfaction.

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