Crisis Management Based on Technological Innovation: “Price-Conscious Transformations” Method

DOI: 10.33917/es-8.166.2019.140-145

The article discusses methodological support of the crisis recovery process through implementing technological transformations, characterized by frugality during the process realization. In particular, the paper consequentially sustantiates the need to focus on production and technological issues and employees motivation, determines limitations of the Kurt Levin transformation methodology for socio-economic systems and identifies conceptual provisions of crisis management based on innovations of S.V. Valdaytsev. These provisions form the basis of the four stages of the “price-conscious transformation” methodology: stabilization, localization, reorganization and adaptation. The paper provides a comparative analysis of the proposed methodology with Michael Porter’s classical value chain model and describes approaches to implementing organizational project of transformations based on technological innovations as “crisis management practices” that take into account not only the interests of creditors and owners, but also the need to strengthen economic security of the Russian state

Priorities in the State Economic Policy (Theory and Practice)

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Priorities in the State Economic Policy (Theory and Practice)

The article considers the techniques for choosing priorities of economic development from points of view of various economic theory schools. The authors are keen to show the importance of defining priorities for realization of strategic planning idea on the basis of international experience and tools of economic policy. The authors are inclined to believe that the top priority of economic policy should be the population welfare growth, which can be achieved in different ways using different tools.