Nonlinear dynamics and sustainable development of industrial enterprises within the framework of synergetic paradigm
Baikal State University, 664003 Lenin St. 11, Irkutsk, Russia
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The paper considers development of industrial complexes in the context of synergetic paradigm. Contradictions and dynamism of the world and national economies have become the source of incredible changes interfering the work of industrial complexes. Russian industry suffers from the threats that are caused by resource degradation and ruin of the sustainability of industrial enterprises’ work because of external factors. As a background to existing institutional changes in Russia and WTO, the entrance into the world economy globalization disturbs the work of enterprises, which, in turn, can initiate non-linear processes and as a result, fast and sharp reconstructions studied in synergetics. The influence of an information factor on the behavior of industrial enterprises and their stability in the environment of innovative changes and the economy of knowledge is discussed. The results of research obtained in the theory of nonlinear fluctuations are applied in the analysis of stability property in developing economic systems. Therefore, in terms of the catastrophe theory it is possible to discuss dynamic processes of economic evolution within activities of the developing industrial enterprises related to perestroikas and efficiency. It is shown that, from the point of view of the mathematical perestroikas theory, poorly developed enterprises with smaller losses pass into the improved stable state rather than a more advanced enterprises, which stability causes additional difficulties in acquiring a stable effective state. Thus, provided that there is a possible spasmodic, instead of continuous one, transition to the improved stable state, an enterprise will be able to evolve itself while approximating a similar state.
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