The subject of the study is systematic approaches to ensuring the strategic development of the sports and recreation sphere. Methodology. General scientific methods were used in the research, in particular: theoretical generalization; methods of positive-normative analysis and statistical analysis. The aim is to substantiate systematic approaches to ensuring the strategic development of physical culture and recreation activities in Ukraine. Conclusions of the study. Particular attention in the context of strategic development of physical culture and recreation is focused on the creation of an effective system of financial and economic support of the industry as a basic factor in the functioning of other subsystems. The financial and economic subsystem of the development of physical culture and recreation in the work is understood as a set of structural and dynamic characteristics of economic relations within the industry (between all participants in the processes of physical culture and recreation) and beyond (with government agencies, scientific organizations, foreign partners), which includes a set of certain property relations, systems of financial resources flow and management methods regulated by the relevant legal norms, embodied in organizational and economic mechanisms that allow to function effectively in a changing environment. In the context of improving the mechanisms of financial support for the development of physical culture and sports in the strategic perspective, the following elements need to be finalized and improved: the formation of state and regional financial preferences for extra-budgetary funding of physical culture and sports; settlement of issues related to the formation of funds for the development of physical culture and sports at the expense of part of the profits of domestic and foreign producers of tobacco and alcohol products; stimulation of investments (especially foreign ones) in the development of sports infrastructure; development of public-private and municipal-private partnership projects; improvement of sponsorship and patronage institutions; development of modern financial instruments that facilitate the attraction of public funds to the development of sports of higher achievements and joint investment institutions.
How to Cite
sports and health activities, financing, national characteristics, World Health Organization
Tsymbalyuk, I., Pavlikha, N. V., & Tsymbalyuk, S. M. (2022). Sustainable development of the sports and recreation sphere of the region for the sake of peace and security: monograph. Lutsk: Vezha-Druk.
Ivanova, O. V. (2006). Mechanisms of state management in the field of physical culture and sports in Ukraine. Available at: http://baltijapublishing.lv/omp/index.php/bp/catalog/view/137/4006/8373-1
Ukraine is sporty (2020). Information guide. 2020 is the year. Available at: https://mms.gov.ua/storage/app/sites/16/Fizychna_kultura/nakazy_statystichna_zvitnist/zbirnik-2020.pdf
Popadynets, N., et al. (2021). Evaluation of Domestic Market Development in Ukraine, International Conference on Intelligent Human Systems Integration, 357–363.
Yakymchuk, A., et al. (2021). Economic Diagnostics and Management of Eco-Innovations: Conceptual Model of Taxonomic Analysis. 4th International Conference on Intelligent Human Systems Integration (IHSI) – Integrating People and Intelligent Systems, 573–579.
Dudorova, L. Yu., & Bondarenko, B. O. (2018). State policy of Ukraine in the field of physical culture and sports. Actual problems of innovative development of cluster entrepreneurship in Ukraine: IV All-Ukrainian Scientific and Practical Conference. P. 174–178.
On public-private partnership: Law of Ukraine. Information of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine (VVR), 2010, No. 40, Article 524. Available at: https://zakon.rada.gov.ua/laws/show/2404-17#Text
Melikh, O., Irtyshcheva, I., & Bogatyrev, K. (2019). Organizational and economic fundamentals of development of sports tourism in the system of management of sports and health activities. Baltic Journal of Economic Studies, vol. 5, no. 5, рр. 79–83. DOI: https://doi.org/10.30525/2256-0742/2019-5-5-79-83
Irtyshcheva, I. and etc. (2022). The economy of war and postwar economic development: world and Ukrainian realities. Baltic Journal of Economic Studies, vol. 8, no. 2, рр. 78–82. DOI: https://doi.org/10.30525/2256-0742/2022-8-2-78-82
Research report (2015). Public-private partnership (PPP) as a financial mechanism for diversifying sources of funding for HIV prevention services among vulnerable population groups in Ukraine. Kyiv.
On the concession (2019). The law of Ukraine. Information of the Verkhovna Rada (VVR), No. 48, Article 325. Available at: https://zakon.rada.gov.ua/laws/show/155-20#Text
Peculiarities of the use of public-private partnership as a mechanism for the implementation of a new regional policy" (2019). Analytical note / National Institute of Strategic Studies. Available at: http://www.niss.gov.ua/articles/1239/
Melikh, O., Bogatyrev, K., & Irtyshcheva, I. (2019). Conceptual approaches to the development of health-improving tourism. Baltic Journal of Economic Studies, vol. 5, no. 2, рр. 131–136. DOI: https://doi.org/10.30525/2256-0742/2019-5-2-131-136
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.