Overcoming the problems of forced labour migration in the context of a new paradigm of international economic relations
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CitationYermachanko, V., Dekhtyar, N. ve Pudrovska, M. (2018). Overcoming the problems of forced labour migration in the context of a new paradigm of international economic relations. International Congress on Business and Marketing. s. 247-259.
Public governance must ensure the sustainable functioning of economic complexes and support the decent level of socio-economic development. Today in Ukraine, as in other Eastern European countries with similar socio-economics systems, there are some negative demographic tendencies that provoke the outflow of intellectual capital abroad and increase social stresses because of dissatisfying concerns about the public regulation of employment. Ukraine is gradually losing services sectors' specialists who are forced to work for foreign companies lacking the demand for their profeesions in the innovation sphere in the domestic market. State support of the non-material production and expanding the range of services by national companies would increase the volume of employment in the tertiary sector and encourage talented young people to stay in the region, but the implementation of such strategies at the national level is hampered by an obsolete theoretical framework that requires reviewing, namely of the paradigmatic foundations of international economic relations. The article reveals the important problem of socio-demographic changes in Ukraine today which have a significant impact on the domestic employment policy and, accordingly, productivity in priority sectors; substantiates the necessity of researching the potential of intellectual capital in order to involve it into innovative production; proposes to consider human capital as a priority element of the new cyclic economy, and defines the methods for its evaulation as an obligatory component of state strategies. Forced labour migration causes a shortage of skilled workforce at a time when the state should focus its efforts on new industries and sectors of activity. Therefore, a procedure for the practical measures development for the restructuring of national industries, the use of mathematical apparatus in planning regional and state-level strategies; intensification of entrepreneurial activity in the sphere of small and medium business; infrastructure support for innovation entrepreneurship is suggested on the example of Ukraine.
SourceInternational Congress on Business and Marketing
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