PECULIARITIES OF THE STATE POLICY ON PROMOTING DEVELOPMENT OF THE INVESTMENT AND BUILDING COMPLEX OF UKRAINE IN THE CONDITIONS OF POWER DECENTRALIZATION

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https://doi.org/10.36690/2674-5216-2021-1-21

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state policy, construction industry, investment and construction complex, decentralization

Abstract

The article considers topical issues of formation and implementation of the state policy on promoting development of the investment and construction complex of Ukraine and the construction industry as a whole in the context of the decentralization of powerIn accordance with the outlined scope of issues it is determined that the objective of the article is to investigate the subject matter, problems and prospects of formation and implementation of the state policy on promoting development of the investment and construction complex of Ukraine and the construction industry as a whole in the context of the rollout of power decentralization. The methodology of this study involves the use of problem and factor analysis in combination with a discourse approach, which leads to the focus of scientific attention on the study of factors and features of the decentralization of power in Ukraine on formation and development of the investment and construction complex. The conditions for conducting effective economic activity which is attractive for stakeholders in the housing sector of public policy have been analyzed. The main tasks of such a policy and key principles of stimulating investment processes in the construction industry have been identified. The directions of perspective state policy on stimulation of formation and development of the investment and construction complex taking into account reforms of decentralization of Ukraine and strengthening of regions and united territorial communities from administrative, political, budgetary and economic perspectives have been suggested. It has been substantiated that in the new conditions the role of regional public authorities and regional investment and construction complexes is significantly increasing.

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Yury Prav, Interregional Academy of Personnel Management

The article considers topical issues of formation and implementation of the state policy on promoting development of the investment and construction complex of Ukraine and the construction industry as a whole in the context of the decentralization of powerIn accordance with the outlined scope of issues it is determined that the objective of the article is to investigate the subject matter, problems and prospects of formation and implementation of the state policy on promoting development of the investment and construction complex of Ukraine and the construction industry as a whole in the context of the rollout of power decentralization. The methodology of this study involves the use of problem and factor analysis in combination with a discourse approach, which leads to the focus of scientific attention on the study of factors and features of the decentralization of power in Ukraine on formation and development of the investment and construction complex. The conditions for conducting effective economic activity which is attractive for stakeholders in the housing sector of public policy have been analyzed. The main tasks of such a policy and key principles of stimulating investment processes in the construction industry have been identified. The directions of perspective state policy on stimulation of formation and development of the investment and construction complex taking into account reforms of decentralization of Ukraine and strengthening of regions and united territorial communities from administrative, political, budgetary and economic perspectives have been suggested. It has been substantiated that in the new conditions the role of regional public authorities and regional investment and construction complexes is significantly increasing.

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2021-02-03

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Prav, Y. (2021). PECULIARITIES OF THE STATE POLICY ON PROMOTING DEVELOPMENT OF THE INVESTMENT AND BUILDING COMPLEX OF UKRAINE IN THE CONDITIONS OF POWER DECENTRALIZATION. Public Administration and Law Review, (1), 36–42. https://doi.org/10.36690/2674-5216-2021-1-21

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CHAPTER 1. MODERN TRENDS IN PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION