ECONOMIC AND MATHEMATICAL MODELING OF THE INTEGRATION IMPACT OF MODERNIZATION ON INCREASING THE ENTERPRISE COMPETITIVENESS

Authors

  • Olha Vovk National Aviation University
  • Svitlana Tulchynska National Technical University of Ukraine
  • Olha Popelo Chernihiv Polytechnic National University
  • Rostislav Tulchinskiy IHE Academician Yuriy Bugay International Scientific and Technical University
  • Tetiana Tkachenko National Technical University of Ukraine

Keywords:

competitiveness, integration influence, speed of implementation, stability of innovations, space of modernization, 3S model, cognitive analysis, enterprises

Abstract

Within the article, the economic model of the integration impact of modernization on the enterprise competitiveness and ensuring its economic security is described and substantiated. The authors formalize the factors and patterns of increasing a competitive advantage under the influence of the modernization potential implementation. It is determined that to ensure the competitiveness and economic security of the enterprise it is necessary to carry it out in compliance with the conditions of complexity of strategic reforms, clarity of modernization tasks, speed of adaptation of the modernization process to external environment, coherence of reform levels. Assessment and strategic analysis of competitiveness according to the "3S" model of Ukrainian infrastructure enterprises revealed the dependence of the effectiveness of modernization on the existing institutional and market environment, the level of staff competence, the dynamism of innovation and investment support.

 

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Published

2021-10-04

How to Cite

Vovk, O., Tulchynska, S., Popelo, O., Tulchinskiy, R. ., & Tkachenko, T. . (2021). ECONOMIC AND MATHEMATICAL MODELING OF THE INTEGRATION IMPACT OF MODERNIZATION ON INCREASING THE ENTERPRISE COMPETITIVENESS. Management Theory and Studies for Rural Business and Infrastructure Development, 43(3), 383–389. Retrieved from https://ejournals.vdu.lt/index.php/mtsrbid/article/view/2618

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