Concept of Efficient Management of Property of Ukrainian Sea Ports
The article offers a concept of efficient management of property of Ukrainian sea ports, which is a strategic system of goals and tasks of conducting new policy of the state on de-governmentalisation of the port branch and reflects a spectrum of necessary directions of realisation, principles, instruments and mechanisms. The main condition of efficient conduct of reforms in sea ports is attraction of private capital and building such relations between it and the state, so that the ports would obtain a powerful resource for development and modernisation, the state would obtain a competitive and regulated branch, and investors would obtain a profitable and attractive business. The tasks of the offered concept are formation of conditions for intensive development of the port branch; perfection of the mechanism of the state-private partnership; ensuring growth of economic efficiency of the ports; promotion of regional development; decentralisation of the branch management; and ensuring growth of technical and technological potential of the ports. The strategic direction of management of property of sea ports, formed under conditions of the accelerating process of de-governmentalisation in the branch, is a complex mechanism of reconstruction of relations of property and management, directed at growth of competitiveness of the sea branch in economic, financial, organisational, legal and investment aspects by means of attraction of private capital and active interaction of state authorities and private investors on parity basis.
Volume (Year): (2013)
Issue (Month): 4 ()
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