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Inna Irtyshcheva, Yevheniya Boiko, Iryna Kramarenko, Dmytro Voit, Nazari Popadynets,
Volume 33, Issue 1 (IJIEPR 2022)

The paper suggests methodological approaches to the complex evaluation of the efficiency of decentralization reform, which can be used for monitoring and adjusting decisions at any of its implementation stages. The suggested methodological approaches contribute to narrowing the results of the analysis of diverse phenomena and processes down to a single unified system of standardized parameters, thereby developing a single monitoring model and simplifying the decision-making process. The fact that the decentralization process has primarily 3 interrelated and interdependent directions is taken into account in forming the methodological approaches to evaluation of the ongoing reform efficiency. The indicators of analysis of the reform implementation efficiency across the organizational-administrative, budgetary, and socio-economic components are systematized in order to be used both for determining the average reform implementation paces in the country and comparing the respective structural changes. The set of mathematical tools to evaluate them is suggested. The efficiency of the decentralization reform implementation is comprehensively analyzed across Ukrainian regions. The major accomplishments and bottlenecks to be addressed at the current stage are determined. The comparative analysis of the efficiency of the decentralization reform implementation across Ukrainian regions has shown that, currently, there isn’t any consistent relationship between the organizational, budgetary, and socio-economic results of the reform in the regions. The abovementioned processes remain to be unbalanced due to slow reform implementation in some regions, available unresolved controversies, some duplicated managerial functions, and lacking sufficient level of residents’ confidence in authorities.
Inna Irtyshcheva, Yevheniya Boiko, Olena Pavlenko, Iryna Kramarenko, Kseniia Chumakova, Natalia Hryshyna, Olena Ishchenko, Anastasiia Zubko,
Volume 34, Issue 1 (IJIEPR 2023)

The research is devoted to the theoretical and applied
organizational bases to held of the comparative analysis of the economic development of the regions of the Black Sea region. The main purpose of the article is the process of comparative
analysis of economic development of the Black Sea region. The article tests the authors' hypothesis about the adequacy of the indicators defined for evaluation through the proposed number of relative indicators, which in the complex will characterize the achievements of the region in ensuring the economic stability of the regional system, quality of transformation processes and indirectly the conditions created by public authorities for economic development. There is confirmed the dependence of the use of the proposed methodological approaches and the constructed comparative profile of the regions of the region, which can be useful for identifying the strengths and weaknesses of the region, outlining key issues and developing regional development plans and programs. It is determined that the largest vector length in the Mykolaivska region, which indicates that in the region on a number of economic indicators achieved higher results than in other regions of the Black Sea region and on average in other regions of Ukraine during the study period.

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