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TERRA ECONOMICUS, , Vol. 17 (no. 1),

Citation: Kobylko, A. A. (2019). Intersystem interaction in the telecommunications operators’ activities. Terra Economicus, 17(1), 77–93. DOI: 10.23683/2073-6606-201917-1-77-93

The article deals with the problems of interaction between the organization, industry and the state. The study relies on the system economic theory perspective. The project subsystem is responsible for communication with systems of other levels. This system is inherently limited in time and space. Changes in the entire socio-economic system are a set of targeted measures. These activities are aimed at solving local problems. This is collection of some projects with the territory of exposure and time interval. The project subsystem of the microlevel interacts with the project subsystem of the industry – industry union or association. The project subsystem of the industry interacts (forward and backwards) with the project subsystem of the state. These are executive authorities, regulators of the industry. Communication is the exchange of information on a number of system problems, like how to provide solution to a problem by transferring information about it to a higher level and receiving an answer about how to solve it, transferring it to a lower level. This study shows that the role of project subsystem of mesolevel infocommunications companies in intersystem activity is rather weak. In some cases, there may be direct interaction between the macrosystem and the microsystem. Signals can pass by the mesolevel due to the size of the key players in the industry. There are educational and scientific problems in infocommunication sphere, bureaucratic problems in the development of this market and the attitude of the state to the regulation of this area as a whole. They are caused by the strength of insufficient inter-level communication. The development of the power of the mesolevel project subsystem can have a positive impact on their solution.

Keywords: polysystem; ecosystem; telecommunication operator; intersystem interaction; system economic theory; telecommunication; communicator-recipient

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ISSN: 2073-6606