Innovation Development of Public Administration: Management and Legislation Features

Authors:
Vitalii Kondratenko1, Olena Okopnyk1, Linda Ziganto2, Aleksy Kwilinski3
1. Volodymyr Vynnychenko Central Ukrainian State Pedagogical University (Ukraine)
2. Juraj Dobrila University of Pula (Croatia)
3. The London Academy of Science and Business (United Kingdom)
Pages:
87 - 94
Language:
English
Cite as:
Kondratenko, V., Okopnyk, O., Ziganto, L., & Kwilinski, A. (2020). Innovation Development of Public Administration: Management and Legislation Features. Marketing and Management of Innovations, 1, 87-94. https://doi.org/10.21272/mmi.2020.1-06


Annotation

The paper deals with the analysis of the impact of public administration on the innovation development. With purposes to identify the main scientific directions of analysis among the scientific community, the authors did the bibliometric study. For the reviews, the authors selected 1167 papers which indexing in Scopus. For the visualising the findings of bibliometric analysis, the VOSviewer was used. The results allow allocating 10 clusters of scientific directions which analysed the issues of innovations and public administrations. The first most significant clusters could «innovation» analysed the efficiency of the public administration through the effectiveness of innovation implementation. The second clusters connected with the government innovation policy and located close to the first clusters. The third cluster «public administration» involved 40 items and 4699 links. The scientists with Italian and American affiliations had the most significant shares of papers. At the same time, the European funding allocated the most significant share of financing such research. The hypothesis of the investigation was checking the linking between levels of innovation development and countries’ rating on the efficiency of public administration using the correlation analysis and least square model. For the checking hypothesis, the authors used the software EViews11. The authors analysed the Worldwide Governance Indicators as the base indicators for the assessment of public administration efficiency. For the analysis, the authors used data for EU countries and Ukraine. As Ukraine has started the integration process, the Ukrainian policy should be synchronised with the EU. The findings proved the correlation between variables. Thus, the increasing of government efficiency and the rule of law lead to increasing by 0,094 and 0,043 points the level of innovation development of the country corresponding. At the same time, the increasing regulation policy provoke the increase of innovation development by 0,08 points. The less impact had the variables as follows: sustainability competitiveness of the country and volume of expenditure on research and development. After analysis of the empirical data, the reviews of the management and legal instruments was done. Considering the EU experience, the authors identified the system of tools which lead to increasing of public administration efficiency as follows: legislation on property rights, anti-corruption directives, digitalisation of government authorities at all levels. For the future investigation, the time and range of the countries should be extended.


Keywords
governance, management, law, property right, innovation.


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