Basic models of coordination of economic relations of economic entities

N. E. Alekseev
Omsk Humanitarian Academy, Omsk, Russian Federation

Basic models of coordination of economic relations of economic entities

Abstract: The purpose of the article is to identify and disclose the basic foundations of models of coordination of relations between economic entities. The authors note that in different models of social structure, needs have different structures and reveal their economic content in different ways. The reasons for changing the communication coordination model can be an increase in the degree of satisfaction of the needs of business entities, as well as a reduction in the     time interval between the emergence of a need and its satisfaction, minimizing the degree of alienation. According to the authors, the study of this issue is an important part of the analysis of the socio-economic development of the national economy, as it will contribute to a more accurate determination of quantitative and qualitative indicators of economic development in the dynamic aspect. The implementation of models of coordination of production, needs and consumption in the foundations of the national economy is accompanied by a number of destructive concepts that characterize the  format of the modern world order. In modern reality, it is impossible to detect a coordination model in its pure form, there is an active interpenetration of the characteristics of different models into each other, there is a complex interaction and complementarity of coordination models. In the economic system, there are no specific time intervals for the functioning of one or another model of coordination of economic entities, there is no step-by-step shift, all coordination models function in the economy.

Keywords: economic entity, economic relations, intersubjective communications, models, needs, benefits, production, consumption.

Paper submitted: June 22, 2022.

For citation: Alekseev N. E. (2023) Basic models of coordination of economic relations of economic entities. Russian Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities, vol. 17, no. 1, pp. 198–209. DOI: 10.57015/issn1998-5320.2023.17.1.21.

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