Innovative dysfunction of the ukrainian economy: problem with the concept definition

Olena Mykolaivna Nosyk


On the analysis of definitions of interdisciplinary categoryof dysfunction representatives of economics, sociological, politica and, legal sciences justified innovative content of dysfunction which is appropriate to the economy of Ukraine : in the broadest sense - the destruction (complete or partial ) of functional dependence of relations between innovation sphere and the national economy as a whole, the structural elements of the innovation areas: science, education, manufacturing (innovative), the market, innovation infrastructure, innovation process participants that operate on all or some of its stages; subjects of innovation and the state as a regulator, its innovation policy. In a narrow sense , dysfunctional state innovation sphere, which is characterized by its intrinsic lack of balance, instability and external dysfunctional consequences regarding innovative development of the national economy as a whole and its individual structural elements. It is proved that in Ukraine innovative dysfunctionis asystem macroeconomic dysfunction. In its consequences innovative dysfunction is a crisis, as the national economy loses the ability to innovate and is at the lowest point of adaptive efficiency. This is a dysfunction of regulators of innovation. Its cause and simultaneously destructive consequence is a gradual loss of Ukrainian society of human and social capital of innovation.


economic dysfunction; innovative dysfunction; macroeconomic and microeconomic dysfunction; innovative development; innovation activity; crisis dysfunction, dysfunction regulators innovation

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