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Title: The digital management of structural complex systems in economics

Authors: Eugene Solozhentsev; Vasily Karasev

Addresses: Institute of Business Technologies, Department of Information Technologies in Business, Saint-Petersburg State University of Aerospace Instrumentation, Saint-Petersburg, ul. Bolshaya Morskaya, 67, 190000, Russia; Laboratory of Intelligent Integrated Systems of Computer-Aided Design, Institute of Problems on Mechanical Engineering, Russian Academy of Sciences, Bolshoi 61, V.O., Saint-Petersburg, 199178, Russia ' Intellectual Integrated Systems Laboratory, IPME RAS, Saint-Petersburg, V.O., Bolshoy pr., 61, 199178, Russia

Abstract: As a result of the analysis, we establish throughout the world - there is a critical situation in economic management. A way out of the critical situation, based on new knowledge, solving new tasks and event-based digital management of structural complex systems in economics, is proposed. The new objects in management of economics are chosen: public authorities, socio-economic systems, processes of quality management of the socio-economic life of a person, safe living space. The management criteria are safety and quality of objects and systems. The new knowledge for management in economics is introduced: new types of Boolean event-propositions, risk scenarios for system failure, new types of logical and probabilistic risk models. We propose to solve the following new tasks in economics: modelling, analysis and management of one system and a group of logically unified systems (models); management of the State and development of systems; quality assessment of control systems. The special software for event-related managing economics is described. The content of the training course of additional education for economists and teachers is given.

Keywords: digital management; event-related management; structurally complex systems; government departments; economics; business; the safe space of mankind; knowledge; logical-probabilistic models; safety criterion; quality criterion.

DOI: 10.1504/IJRAM.2020.106163

International Journal of Risk Assessment and Management, 2020 Vol.23 No.1, pp.54 - 79

Received: 29 Sep 2018
Accepted: 02 Apr 2019

Published online: 25 Mar 2020 *

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