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Setting the Task of Assessment of the Level of Security of Territorial System Development


  • Pilko Andriy D.

    () (Precarpathian National University named after V. Stefanyk)


The goal of the article is interpretation of main results of the conducted analysis of existing approaches to assessment of the level of socio-economic development of the region territorial systems, assessment of the level of economic, social and ecological security of the region and also the level of sustainable development under conditions of system transformations. The article offers to consider the "development security" category from the point of view of the following stands: as a notion that characterises boundaries, within which both values of individual integral indicators of development of modelled systems and parameters of mutual compensation of influence of security factors for dynamics of the balanced achievement of goals of development of a territorial system can vary; and also as a notion that focuses on the priority of ensuring achievement of goals of social security in the wide meaning of this notion against other local goals of society development - economic, military, ecological and scientific and technical progress goals. Analysis of the evolution of the security paradigm made it possible to set the task of assessment of the level of security of the region and its territorial systems. The task, solution of which is set for the process of the study and, first of all, the tasks of analysis of investment priorities in the context of minimisation of the level of social tension in territorial systems of the region and also the tasks of calculation of threshold values of integral indicators of security of development of territorial systems of the region could become a basis for development of the prospective direction of monitoring and relevant target-oriented programmes of development of territories and also of the Concept and strategies of sustainable development of the region.

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  • Pilko Andriy D., 2013. "Setting the Task of Assessment of the Level of Security of Territorial System Development," Business Inform, RESEARCH CENTRE FOR INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT PROBLEMS of NAS (KHARKIV, UKRAINE), Kharkiv National University of Economics, issue 10, pages 173-179.
  • Handle: RePEc:idp:bizinf:y:2013:i:10:p:173_179

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