Transformation of approaches to the management of socio-economic systems.

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Mykolenko, Inna
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The processes of globalization of the economy, the depletion of natural resources, the significant changes in the demographic sphere, the widening gap in the levels of socioeconomic development of the countries have set the problems completely incommensurable with those that humanity has previously solved. In the current conditions of the development of society, the unsettled social issues restrain further economic development and require their immediate solving. The new era radically changed the economic and social aspects of society. In general, there is a general change in social organization, although it is very uneven. Therefore, socio-economic changes have become the object of careful study of specialists. The main attention is paid to the analysis of the causes of social changes. Some have already been identified, including: population growth, the environment, changes in technology and culture, and social movements. In the field of theoretical understanding of the ongoing processes, there is still no common opinion as to the ways of development of modern society, the priority of one or another direction, clarity of formulations and concepts that express what is happening in the information sphere. Therefore, a theoretical study of both conceptual and practical prerequisites for understanding of current transformational processes remains of current interest. The collective monograph presents works of German, Polish and Ukrainian scientists devoted to the analysis and generalization of socio-economic changes taking place in modern society, to the supplementing and implementing of new approaches to the problem of its functioning. The first part of the monograph is devoted to the development of theoretical concepts, paradigms, and sustainable development strategies for socio-economic systems in the context of globalization and new tools for their implementation. In the second part the scientific, technical, information, economic aspects of managing of socio-economic systems in the context of the transformation of society and their characteristics in different countries and regions are considered. The third part examines the humanitarian problems arising from geopolitical, ideological, economic, technological and information changes in society, and their systematic analysis. In the fourth and fifth section, the trends in the transformation of human capital and labour potential in modern society are studied. Particular attention is paid to the role of education in a changing world and its impact on the speed and quality of changes in socio-economic systems. The monograph is a scientific
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