Problems of Management of the Public Sector as Difficult System

  • S. V. BelousovaEmail author
Conference paper
Part of the Smart Innovation, Systems and Technologies book series (SIST, volume 138)


Subject of consideration of article are the difficult systems and problems of their management which striking example is the public sector. The purpose of work is specification of complexity as independent object of the management demanding including, increases in a role and improvement of mechanisms of coordination in management of difficult system. Options of consideration of difficult system and elements of its complexity with allocation of four of its main types are stated: difficulties of plurality of affine components, their behavior and communication and cognitive difficulties in article.

Object of a research is the public sector having several perspectives of consideration, each of which forms certain specifics of functioning and the corresponding problems, approaches and elements of its management. A hypothesis of a research is the thesis about need of an independent vector of administrative activities for the solution of problems of complexity of system (the public sector) which includes the following functions: modeling and design, coordination, estimation, intellectual analysis and «clever» regulation.

The methodology of carrying out work is based on cross-disciplinary interaction of knowledge from area of the economic theory and the system analysis that allows to increase integrity of consideration of the public sector, to unite knowledge for the purpose of formation of the new ideas and concepts. System representation of a phenomenon of the public sector as the difficult system demanding the corresponding set of measures for management of its complexity is result of work. Results of work can be use both in the theory and in practice of management, and in aspect of development of economy of the public sector.


Complexity Difficult system Public sector Management of system Interactions Coordination 


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  1. 1.Irkutsk Scientific Center of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of SciencesIrkutskRussian Federation

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