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Behavioural Stereotype as a Backbone Factor in Economic Security of an Enterprise

  • Ovcharenko Yevgen I.

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    (East-Ukrainian National University named after V. Dahl)

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    The article sets a problem of building a system of economic security of an enterprise with consideration of impossibility and inexpediency of such building on the hypothetical and logical mathematical basis. The task of ensuring functioning efficiency of such a system should be placed on the social element in the system - a human being, his or her consciousness, ability to solve problems intuitively, understanding and ensuring adaptability of the system to changes. A formal characteristic of the social element in the system is a behavioural stereotype and social role. Theoretical basis of building the system of economic security of an enterprise with a behavioural stereotype as a backbone factor is the theory of functional systems, which gives a possibility to consider understanding of behavioural acts in the functional system and behavioural stereotypes in the socio-economic system to be connected to such an extent that these two notions could be used for creation of the system of economic security of an enterprise. The article develops the author's own model of the system of economic security of an enterprise in which the factor that stimulates the system elements to reflective and supraliminal expedient behaviour is a dominating motivation and starting afference of people, being part of these elements, which is fixed in certain behavioural stereotypes. Activity of each of the system elements depends on certain behavioural stereotypes on the basis of which the mechanisms of functioning of one or another element are based.

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    Article provided by RESEARCH CENTRE FOR INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT PROBLEMS of NAS (KHARKIV, UKRAINE), Kharkiv National University of Economics in its journal Business Inform.

    Volume (Year): (2013)
    Issue (Month): 11 ()
    Pages: 273_278

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    Handle: RePEc:idp:bizinf:y:2013:i:11:p:273_278
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