Sustainable development of the territorial communities: innovativeness and usage of smart specialization

Павлюк, Валерій Валерійович and Коробов, Денис Володимирович (2020) Sustainable development of the territorial communities: innovativeness and usage of smart specialization Публічне адміністрування та національна безпека, 1(9) (1). pp. 27-30. ISSN 2617-572X

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One of the main issues of today is the reconciliation of the goals of changes, resources and methods (approaches), which allows to optimize both the public administration system and the processes that occur during its functioning. Territorial development is no exception. Ukraine has already gained a fairly strong experience of consolidating administrative and territorial units. Current practice demonstrates the realities of United Territorial Communities (UGTs) from the powerful use of shared infrastructure to the completion of the modernization of water and sewerage networks, the implementation of energy conservation projects, savings and the creation of new small businesses, farms that implement modern technologies and diversify. Structural reform of power, administrative and territorial structure should be complemented by software, project innovations that will lead to a stable state of the territory of united communities, small cities and separated independent settlements. The European Commission has created a smart specialization platform. It was nine years ago when the EU outlined its vision for developing a European market economy in Europe 2020. The basic principle of smart specialization is to focus knowledge and combine it with a limited number of priority economic activities to make countries and regions competitive in the global economy. Starting to think about the future, namely the new stage of decentralization reform, we tried to imagine how the community and the new mayor, who is a resident of one settlement, and who represents him as a whole, see himself. What to do next when the light along the road is restored, the water supply has been adjusted and no final satisfaction has emerged. Rather, there is ongoing satisfaction and no confidence in long-term well-being. The community initiative researched in the work proposes a unique project of constructing one's own housing in rural areas, together with the agro-industrial complex, using the latest energy-saving technologies

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: united territorial communities; decentralization; regional development management; systematic and integrated approach; smart specialization; innovative optimization of territorial infrastructure
Subjects: Статті у журналах > Фахові (входять до переліку фахових, затверджений МОН)
Divisions: Факультети > Факультет інформаційних технологій та управління > Кафедра управління
Depositing User: доцент Валерій Валерійович Павлюк
Date Deposited: 13 May 2020 13:43
Last Modified: 13 May 2020 13:43

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