INFRASTRUCTURE AND SERVICE METHODOLOGY FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF INNOVATIVE HROMADAS: GENERAL IDEA AND EXAMPLE OF SMART CITY INFRASTRUCTURE

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Published: Apr 28, 2023

  Vitaliy Omelyanenko

  Olena Omelianenko

Abstract

The purpose of the study is the development of analytical tools and organizational and economic mechanisms for the post-war restoration of sustainable development of territories based on the infrastructural and service methodology of the development of innovative hromadas as a basis for ensuring the well-being of local hromadas to avoid the social, environmental and economic problems of war and their approval within the framework of pilot infrastructural and service projects. Methodology. The research is based on the approach of R. Jochimsen, who, in one of the first system descriptions, defined infrastructure as a set of material (production), institutional and individual conditions available to economic agents, which condition integration and the maximum level of economic activity. It is also worth considering the idea that the main differences of the neo-industrial paradigm of local hromada development lie in competent participation based on self-organization, multisubjectivity and decentralization of social relations based on cooperation and communicative equality, and the orientation of society towards the realization of human potential. Innovative hromadas correspond to these trends and provide an effective solution to the primary task of the service-oriented system, which consists in the development of a service policy capable of ensuring the inclusion of existing resources and functional potential of territories to ensure dynamic, balanced, complex socio-economic development. The infrastructure-service approach includes the maximum satisfaction of human needs and desires, as well as the creation of working and living conditions, and aims to meet the needs of the hromada by attracting and retaining human resources through the development of services and infrastructure. Practical implications. The results of the research have applied socio-economic significance and are aimed at solving the important problem of post-war restoration of sustainable development of territories through the design of service provision and use of resource potential of local innovative hromadas. The main result of the application of the developed methodology is the scientific substantiation of the organizational and economic support for the post-war restoration of the sustainable development of territories based on the infrastructure-service methodology of the development of innovative hromadas and the development of the corresponding analytical toolkit, which will allow its adaptive use within the framework of intelligent specialization. Scientific and methodological approaches will be developed to determine the role of infrastructure and service clusters for the well-being of hromadas, based on a consideration of their impact on human capital and its components. Value/originality. Compared to existing analogues, the proposed approach is systemic, takes into account the specifics of innovative activity and covers the entire range of tasks for managing infrastructure and service factors of sustainable development.

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Omelyanenko, V., & Omelianenko, O. (2023). INFRASTRUCTURE AND SERVICE METHODOLOGY FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF INNOVATIVE HROMADAS: GENERAL IDEA AND EXAMPLE OF SMART CITY INFRASTRUCTURE. Three Seas Economic Journal, 4(1), 49-57. https://doi.org/10.30525/2661-5150/2023-1-6
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Keywords

infrastructural and service methodology, innovations, infrastructure, smart city, project

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