Journal section "Socio-economic development strategy"

Strategic Management of Key Development Potential of Split-Level Territorial Socio-Economic Systems

Gainanov D.A., Biglova G.F., Atayeva A.G.

Volume 10, Issue 2, 2017

Gainanov D.A., Biglova G.F., Atayeva A.G. Strategic Management of Key Development Potential of Split-Level Territorial Socio-Economic Systems. Economic and Social Changes: Facts, Trends, Forecast, 2017, vol. 10, no. 2, pp. 77-89. DOI: 10.15838/esc.2017.2.50.4

DOI: 10.15838/esc.2017.2.50.4

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The authors have elaborated methodological principles based on the nature of modern relations characterized by high degree of “financial” and “knowledge” economy integration, identified factors in the territory’s economic development capacity (financial, labor, innovation). The choice is explained by the fact that scientific innovations in all socio-economic systems set the dynamics of their development regardless of their level of functioning; financial capacity is regarded as a prerequisite for expanding the territory’s investment process which increases economic activity of business entities; employment potential of territorial social-economic systems (hereinafter TSES) is moderated by the level of innovation and investment which influence labor quality and efficiency. The authors also propose the idea defining the fundamental framework for strategic management of key development potential of split-level territorial socio-economic systems. The basic idea of the concept is that the development strategy of territorial socio-economic system is based on activation of key development potential of a particular territory, the transformation of which by using appropriate technology and competencies of new resources ensures the achievement of qualitative parameters of economic growth and the quality of life in terms of interest alignment of economic actors. The concept’s methodological provisions are as follows: 1) the target of building the strategic TSES management system is the achievement of parameters of the country’s national security and its regional projections; 2) the territory’s development is based on its potential which is a combination of tangible and intangible resources, unique technologies and competencies determining the ability of a TSES to expand the reproduction process and ensuring its competitiveness; 3) the choice of the territory’s development vector is determined on the basis of interest alignment of economic actors and split-level territorial socio-economic systems within a unified system of strategic planning in the Russian Federation; 4) the methodological tools for the development and implementation of strategic documents on different levels of management is based on the software-design approach which helps ensure the rational resource allocation to achieve the territory’s development strategic objectives


economic development, strategic management, national security, territorial socio-economic system, territory’s development potential, interest alignment

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