Transforming the Relations between State and Society in the Context of the 4th Industrial Revolution: Ukraine's Experience

Authors

  • Nina D. Chala Departmens of Marketing and Business Management, Faculty of Economics, National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy
  • Oksana M. Poplavska Faculty of Personnel Management, Sociology and Psychology, Kyiv National Economic University named after V. Hetman

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.5755/j01.ppaa.19.1.25990

Keywords:

dialogue, digitalization, sustainable development, matrix of state role determination, social values, public organizations

Abstract

The prerequisites and consequences of reformed relations between the state and society under the influence of the 4th industrial revolution and the requirements of sustainable development are reviewed in this article. The researchers offer to use the perception of governmental actions by society as a criterion to determine the role of the state in the conditions of digitalization. This allows identifying the features of various state aspects (monopolist, assistant and illusion). The authors identify the best tool which has acquired new social value in Ukraine, the dialogue. Having studied the features of public organizations, the authors structured the primary challenges and summarized the results (both positive and negative) of their activities in the context of digitalization. Special attention was paid to the adaptation of state administration to requirements of the 4th industrial revolution.

Author Biographies

Nina D. Chala, Departmens of Marketing and Business Management, Faculty of Economics, National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy

Chala Nina D. – Doctor of Science (Public Administration, Economic Policy), Professor, Departmens of Marketing and Business Management, Faculty of Economics, National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy, Ukraine.

email: n.chala@ukma.edu.ua

Oksana M. Poplavska , Faculty of Personnel Management, Sociology and Psychology, Kyiv National Economic University named after V. Hetman

Poplavska Oksana M. – PhD (Economics) Personnel Management and Labor Economics Department, Faculty of Personnel Management, Sociology and Psychology, Kyiv National Economic University named after V. Hetman, Ukraine.

email: oksanadom@ukr.net

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Published

2020-09-09

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