PROBLEMS OF UKRAINIAN MANAGEMENT AND FUNCTIONING OF SOCIO-ECONOMIC SYSTEM DURING THE TRANSFORMATION PERIOD

Keywords: market economy; transformational changes; management; Ukrainian bureaucracy; management system; corruption.

Abstract

The purpose of the article is to identify and analyze the problems of formation and formation of Ukrainian state management taking into account the historical context and consequences of implemented reforms in the economy, in particular, the analysis of the consequences of its functioning and ascertaining the reasons that led to the creation of a specific Ukrainian nomenclature bureaucracy. The material used for researching and increasing the objectivity and authenticity was selected from data that has been received and published in the official sources. To provide the analysis of trends in tendencies and risks, the authors chose the twenty years dynamics of the effectiveness indicators in the field of public administration in Ukraine according to World Bank reports (Worldwide, 2010). In order to avaluate the "shadow" economy influence, the authors included the data about its dynamics according to “Obozrevatel.ua” - 2017 (Ukraina, 2017), compared with the Transparency International Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI) data for 2012-2017 (Corruption, 2017). The article deals with the genesis of the development of socio-economic relations in Ukraine while building up a market economy in the period of 1990-2016. It also includes the analysis of the domestic management functioning and effectiveness. It is stated that in the absence of experience concerning the functioning of state institutions and society in the market economy, the low efficiency of the management system Ukraine has failed to form a market economy system in a timely and balanced manner. There is an urgent need in the society for reforming public administration following the example of the client model of public administration, or public managerism as a democratic and open to society management system. For several decades in the absence of the necessary level of knowledge, a market economy, a critical mass of managers of the highest and middle level, a single political will regarding timeliness, direction and scope of reforms, as well as the lack of consistency and legal succession of all branches of power, the existing Ukrainian corrupt bureaucratic apparatus has failed to implement necessary socio-economic changes in Ukrainian society and ensure an appropriate trust in the authorities and support of their actions.

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2019-04-11
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Beglytsia, V., & Stoian, O. (2019). PROBLEMS OF UKRAINIAN MANAGEMENT AND FUNCTIONING OF SOCIO-ECONOMIC SYSTEM DURING THE TRANSFORMATION PERIOD. Public Administration and Regional Development, 1(3), 7-22. https://doi.org/10.34132/pard2019.03.01