The Content of the Forecast of Socio-Economic Security of the Industrial Sector of the Republic of Belarus

Бюллетень науки и практики/Bulletin of Science and Practice, Т. 4. №8. 2018

6 Pages Posted: 27 Aug 2018

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Dzmitry Shvaiba

Belarusian National Technical University; State Commitee on Science and Technology of the Republic of Belarus

Date Written: August 16, 2018

Abstract

The structural complexity of the industrial sector is noticeable in the presence of a large number of interrelated, but not homogeneous components that potentially have all the chances to be used as objects of the forecast. Based on the circumstances of the implementation of socio-economic security — achieving the stability of the industrial sector — these objects makes sense to classify, noting the symptoms of status properties: industrial facilities (industry) and non-industrial (outdoor facilities that affect the position and formation of the industrial sector). Industry the industrial sector shape the circuitry in the industrial sector are responsible for the quality of its formation. At the same time, the position and formation of the component parts of the industrial sector is largely dependent on the situational changes in the external environment. But the various components of the industrial sector are not equally sensitive to external influences. In accordance with this, external influences are also required to be “covered” by the monitoring of socio-economic security and integrated into its facilities.

Keywords: socio-economic security, government, society, enterprise, employee, threat, security, interests, economics, analysis, system

JEL Classification: H10, J58, P35, Z13

Suggested Citation

Shvaiba, Dzmitry, The Content of the Forecast of Socio-Economic Security of the Industrial Sector of the Republic of Belarus (August 16, 2018). Бюллетень науки и практики/Bulletin of Science and Practice, Т. 4. №8. 2018 , Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3232607

Dzmitry Shvaiba (Contact Author)

Belarusian National Technical University ( email )

65 F. Skaryna Avenue
220013 Minsk
Belarus

State Commitee on Science and Technology of the Republic of Belarus

Minsk
Belarus

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