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THE DOMINANT ROLE OF GOVERNMENT IN CONDUCTING INSTITUTIONAL CHANGES

Journal: University Economic Bulletin. Collection of scientific articles of scientists and post-graduate students (Vol.1, No. 25)

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Page : 105-110

Keywords : government; institutional change; institutional structure; the economic system; post-industrial society;

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Abstract

An analysis domineering role of the state in implementing institutional changes for the modernization of the economic system at the national and regional levels. Investigated the contract and exploitative state model for economic and institutional reforms in the country. The institutional structure of production of public services is an ordered set of institutions that are based on the paradigm of the state contract and comply with the decentralization of responsibility and customer orientation. The criteria for determining the system of indicators that characterize the results of the official organization and governance in general. Proved the necessity of the rule of the state as an organizational center in the master system and its dominant position in relation to each subsystem of society. Synergistic effect in society depends on the quality of interaction creates conditions of social institutions and the implementation of radical changes needed for the modern development of each country. Formulated by leading mission of the state in a post-industrial transformation of society, which strengthens the unity of economic and social functions of the state and improve the qualitative transformation of state functions. The features of modern public administration to form a new social and economic order in which the factor of ?objectivity economy? is gradually replaced by irrational human behavior and increasing the subjective factor in making public enterprise management solutions.

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