ISSN 2284-7995, ISSN Online 2285-3952


Published in Scientific Papers. Series "Management, Economic Engineering in Agriculture and rural development", Vol. 21 ISSUE 1
Written by Nataliia ANTONIUK, Oksana PERKHACH, Olena BOCHKO

The current state of economic development in Ukraine is characterized by the escalation of crisis processes that affected all spheres of public life. This is especially critical in rural areas. Modern approaches to crisis management in rural areas under conditions of decentralization are proposed by authors. The main concepts of the topic are considered and the authors’ definition of the concept of "crisis public-private partnership in rural areas" is proposed. Crisis public-private partnership in rural areas is interpreted as a form of crisis cooperation between state, social and private sectors, based on the recognition that all parties benefit from the pooling of resources, innovations and managerial decisions for the purpose of realization of crisis principles and socio-economic development of rural areas. The basis of this is the application of the risk factor, which characterizes the ratio of the probabilistic value of the maximum possible loss to the normative value of the socio-ecological-economical component of rural areas. The purpose of the paper is to argue the necessity of decentralization of rural areas and to introduce proposals on its practical implementation. The research on decentralization of rural areas and its practical implementation is recommended to conduct by three stages. The anti-crisis approach to rural area management in decentralization conditions, which is based on the fundamentals of the public-private partnership is proposed. It is suggested to make calculation of the decentralization ratio, which will determine the category of the crisis level for the rural area in decentralization conditions and will supply adequate suggestions for its development.

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