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Conceptual Algorithmic of the Managerial Information Subsystems

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  • Tudor Stefan LEAHU
  • Sergiu SISIANU
  • Alexandr GRECU

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The informative role sub-systems of the integrated unitary economic management process are highlighted. Depending on the precedence and subsequence to material activities, their systematization is carried out. At the conceptual level, according to the logic of the solution succession, imposed by the managerial functions realization, within each sub-system are profiled the complexes of issues, and in each complex – the issues totalities. According to such an approach, the place, role and functional value are elucidated, determined the composition and content of the algorithmic interface of these managerial units (sub-system – issues complex – issue). Material incorporates the composition of groups of general character algorithms of the information sub-systems, precedent the economic activities of human materials (manufacturing, distribution (commercialization), consumption) – those of rate-setting, settlement, current foreseeing, as well as operative foreseeing and conducting of these activities. Starting from the predestination of economic management functions, the overall functional content of the fundamental algorithms of the nominated sub -systems is revealed.

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  • Tudor Stefan LEAHU & Sergiu SISIANU & Alexandr GRECU, 2021. "Conceptual Algorithmic of the Managerial Information Subsystems," Informatica Economica, Academy of Economic Studies - Bucharest, Romania, vol. 25(1), pages 18-30.
  • Handle: RePEc:aes:infoec:v:25:y:2021:i:1:p:18-30
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