Chernobay L. I., Malibroda S. B., Yasinska T. V. Evaluation of the level of social responsibility of the state in the field of employment

Economic Processes Management: International Scientific E-Journal. 2017. № 2
Section: Economic processes management at macrolevel

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Chernobay L. I., Malibroda S. B., Yasinska T. V. (2017). Basics of technological systems analysis based on neural networks, Economic Processes Management: International Scientific E-Journal, 2, Retrieved from: http://epm.fem.sumdu.edu.ua/download/2017_2/epm2017_2_6.pdf

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Authors:

Chernobay Liana Ivanivna
PhD, Department of Management and International Business Professor,
National University “Lviv Polytechnic”, Ukraine

Malibroda Svyatoslav Bogdanovic
Student,
National University “Lviv Polytechnic”, Ukraine

Yasinska Tetiana Viktorivna
Ph.D., Department of Management and International Business Assistant Professor,
National University “Lviv Polytechnic”, Ukraine

Abstract:
The role of public authorities in the development of society was grounded in terms of the Welfare State. The priority of employment policies was proved to ensure a sufficient level of social responsibility of the state. Qualitative and quantitative characteristics of human resources were investigated at the current stage of development of Ukraine. Evaluation of the efficiency of the social state was proposed by means of the Social Responsibility Index (SRI). The method of selection of state policy was developed in the light of the evaluation of the social responsibility of the state in employment using the SRI and The Map of states of partial indicators. Measures were proposed on the base of method to enhance the functioning of Ukraine as a Social State.

Keywords:
Welfare State, social responsibility, Social Responsibility Index, employment, Unemployment Index, Economic Structure Variation Index, Index of migration

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