Innovative development of the regions: cooperation between enterprises and state institutions

Nataliya Tyukhtenko1, Serhii Makarenko1, Nataliia Oliinyk2, Krzysztof Gluc3, Edwin Portugal4, Serhii Rybachok1
1. Kherson State University (Ukraine)
2. Kherson National Technical University (Ukraine)
3. Malopolska School of Public Administration at the University of Economics in Krakow (Poland)
4. State University of New York in Potsdam (USA)
354 - 365
Cite as:
Tyukhtenko, N., Makarenko, S., Oliinyk, N., Gluc, K., Portugal, Ed., & Rybachok S. (2019). Innovative development of the regions: cooperation between enterprises and state institutions. Marketing and Management of Innovations, 3, 354-365.


In the conditions of limited sources of financing for the introduction of advanced innovative technologies and equipment modernization, to retain the existing positions and increase the overall level of competitiveness can only the company that establishes a close relationship with government bodies, local governments and trade union organizations with the aim of obtaining possible preferences for development within the existing regulatory right field. The purpose of the article is to analyze the main socio-economic indicators of the development of Ukraine and its regions, the definition and justification of possible areas of establishing interaction between private enterprises and government agencies. The methodological basis of the study consisted of scientific works of domestic and foreign scientists and leading specialists, statistical and analytical materials of state authorities. The results are obtained through the use of such methods as expert – to identify the impact of qualitative and quantitative indicators on the socio-economic development of the Kherson region; economics and mathematics – to study the influence of a defined group of indicators on the index of the physical volume of the gross regional product; abstract-logical – for a theoretical synthesis and formulation of conclusions.  It is revealed that among the key areas of interaction is the promotion of the state and local authorities in the creation of industrial parks. The conducted research on identifying the strengths and weaknesses, opportunities and threats of the economy of the Kherson region indicates the need to develop measures to ensure the economic security of the region. To solve these problems at the regional level, it is proposed to implement a state policy that would be carried out in the following areas: ensuring a solid institutional protection of investor's property rights; improvement of the legislative framework; establishing an effective mechanism for combating corruption in Ukraine, developing an effective state policy on amnesty and unshadowing of incomes of individuals and legal entities.

socio-economic development, management, innovation, industrial park, competitiveness, foreign investment, amnesty of capital.

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