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Analysis of relationships between the elements of the macroeconomic system for telecommunication service market

TERRA ECONOMICUS, , Vol. 15 (no. 4),

The paper analyzes the relationship between the parts of the communication service from the systemic economic theory’s perspectives. A system of four linked elements (the tetrad) – «economics – economic policy – economic management – business behavior» in the telecommunications market is analyzed. At the macro level this complex includes: the scientific organizations – the environmental subsystem; the legislative authorities – the processing subsystem; the regulators – the projective subsystem; the telecommunication companies – the objective subsystem. These elements interact with neighboring subsystems two by two. This allows to assess the quality of such relationships to identify weak connection between them. The following pairs with weak connection were identified: project – environmental and environmental – objective subsystems. These features indicate that the objective and the environmental subsystems are in the communication vacuum relative to each other and other subsystems. There is a sequence of weak feedback from the processing system (through the environmental and objective) to projective. Therefore only the direct connections of the system are stable in the macroeconomic complex of telecommunication services. Given such a weak connection, it is evident that the system is misbalanced. The above said prevents the harmonious development of the economic complex and break the chain of interaction between subsystems. We should consider the complex programs for the development of interaction between pairs of subsystems with weak or non-existent connections. Also this problem should be considered as a system, as a single organism, to establish connections and to strike a balance.

Keywords: system economic theory; macrosystem; telecommunication

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Founder: Southern Federal University
ISSN: 2073-6606