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MODERN ORGANIZATION MODELS AS A MEANS FOR REALIZATION OF INNOVATIVE PROCESSES INCREASING THE UKRAINIAN ECONOMY COMPETITIVENESS
 
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Senior Researcher of Department of regional economic policy, M. I. Dolishniy Institute of Regional Research of NAS of Ukraine, Ukraine
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Department of Management and Business, Lviv Economic and tourism institute, Ukraine
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Nazariy Popadynets   

Senior Researcher of Department of regional economic policy, M. I. Dolishniy Institute of Regional Research of NAS of Ukraine, Kozelnytska, 4, 79026, Lviv, Ukraine
Submission date: 2020-02-24
Final revision date: 2020-04-20
Acceptance date: 2020-04-27
Publication date: 2020-06-29
 
Economic and Regional Studies 2020;13(2):199–211
 
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Subject and purpose of work: Ukraine’s dynamics by the competitiveness indicators shows the low macroeconomic status and insufficient innovative business climate, yet it doesn’t contradict the opportunities of economic growth. The research is devoted to adaptation of theoretical and applied organizational models of economy growth on the grounds of innovative entrepreneurship development, activation of public-private partnership and functioning of crowdsourcing virtual configuration of commercial and non-commercial social entities. The major objective of the paper is to examine the evolution of organizational models, to determine the tendencies of organizational renovation of economic system based on scientific and technological progress and to outline the directions of improving the efficiency of organizational-institutional transformations in Ukrainian economy. Materials and methods: The research is based on universal methods of formal logic and scientific abstraction, basics of innovation science, investment science and institutional economics, systemic, structural-functional and synergetic approaches as well as information sources of World Economic Forum. Results: The authors’ hypothesis about the correspondence of organizational models to the stages of society’s innovative development is verified. General positioning of Ukrainian economic system in investment-driven classifications is confirmed, аnd activation of mass collaboration model is emphasized in the sector of innovative entrepreneurship. Conclusions: In order to increase the efficiency of organizational-institutional transformations, the concept of bureaucracy-type administrative management is suggested to be reoriented towards the use of adhocratic model with the elements of virtual communication and total digitalization. Social effect of mass collaboration model is determined to be the stimulator of institutional changes in macroeconomic development.
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