Object Relations as "Whole General Effect" in Management

TitleObject Relations as "Whole General Effect" in Management
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2020
AuthorsMorozov, OF, Shevchenko, MM
Short TitleSci. innov.
SectionGeneral Problems of the Modern Research and Innovation Policy
Introduction. The socio-economic structure and the structure of economic production in Ukraine are get increasingly subjected to the consumption of goods and services.
Problem Statement. In the outlined conditions, the problem is that in most cases, the economy has been already controlling the human being, not vice versa.
Purpose. The development of a systematic approach to the problem of revealing the essence of the relationship between the “subject” of economic space management, the human being, and the “object” of management, the economic space, in order to find ways to return to human-centered socio-economic structure of the country.
Materials and Methods. For the first time, a new concept of “social effect” has been introduced. It is an analog of the well-known lexicographic effect proposed at the beginning of the 21st century by Full Member of the NAS of Ukraine V. Shirokov, which may be regarded as a phenomenological framework of the theory of complexity and the corresponding specific theory of economic information, on the one hand. On the other hand, the complexity theory, the Kolmogorov information, and the Levenheim-Skolem theorem may be considered formal correlates of the lexicographic effects in economic systems.
Results. This approach is considered system-creating to describe the holistic processes of relations of economic systems of five levels with the phenomenal property of self-compensation of complexity. The separation of structural, substantive, and subjective properties, as well as the relationships between them gives the analyzed economic reality the property of being a system.
Conclusions. Based on the above assumptions and general theoretical and informational ideas about socio-economic systems of five levels as formal correlates of the lexicographic effect, it has been proposed to coordinatize and to unify information in the economic space of these management systems as a basis for establishing the “source — form — content” equilibrium in accordance with the rule of "common goals".
Keywordscontent, economy, form, goals, management, object, subject, system