Global Prosperity

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EISSN : 2787-9364
Published by: OKTAN PRINT s.r.o. (10.46489)
Total articles ≅ 5

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Larisa Yankovska, Lviv university of business and law
Published: 25 April 2021
Global Prosperity, Volume 1, pp 31-36; https://doi.org/10.46489/gpj.2021-1-1-3

Abstract:
The theory and methodology of management of socio-economic systems are constantly evolving, reflecting the objective processes of departure from the Soviet, post-Soviet and transitional paradigms of Ukrainian society. The next step is no less complex reform due to the integration of Ukraine into the European economic, social, legal, civilisational space. Today, Ukraine's European integration has become a national idea, a strategic vector of geopolitical development, which is a criterion for the success or failure of reforms in all areas of national economic governance. In this article, we examined the change in the socio-economic paradigm in connection with Ukraine's European integration development priority. We analysed the conditions for forming the European integration paradigm, explored the critical European values and the content of modern management of socio-economic systems. We have described approaches to assessing the effectiveness of socio-economic systems management at the national and regional levels. Considering the directions of European integration processes, we concluded that the European integration paradigm should become a methodological guideline for reforms in the management of socio-economic systems
Andrii Yevstakhevych, Lviv university of business and law, Iren Karen Von-Nahy
Published: 25 April 2021
Global Prosperity, Volume 1, pp 43-49; https://doi.org/10.46489/gpj.2021-1-1-5

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The concept of social responsibility has a broad interpretation due to different approaches to forming its concept, the definition of fundamental principles, methods, and ways to ensure the expected results. The term "social responsibility" should be used considering the current state of research in this area and the discourse formed under the influence of the integration of foreign experience in ensuring social responsibility and the practice of Ukrainian enterprises in this area. We considered the history of formation and development of the concept of social responsibility of enterprises in Ukraine. We noted that the approaches to the formation of the concept of social responsibility differ significantly. We emphasized that the development of a transparent concept of social responsibility should be based on the factors, content and models of this activity. We concluded that due to the crisis in the economy and society in Ukraine, the concept of social responsibility had acquired a unique regional shape. This gave rise to the lack of a unified state policy of social responsibility of business, unsystematic measures of enterprises to implement the introductory provisions, the lack of a systematic approach to the transformation of social responsibility management
Mykhailo Kosiuta, Law Enforcement Agencies and the Bar of National University “Odesa Law Academy”, , Solomiya Denys, , Roman Zayats
Published: 25 April 2021
Global Prosperity, Volume 1, pp 3-22; https://doi.org/10.46489/gpj.2021-1-1-1

Abstract:
The establishment of the High Anti-Corruption Court in Ukraine was a radical step for Ukraine in the fight against corruption. This fact has led to many discussions and debates in scientific circles. The purpose of the article is to administrative and legal characteristics of the legal status of the High Anti-Corruption Court and other Anti-Corruption Bodies of Ukraine and prospects it’s activity in the context of Europeanization. The chosen methodology helpedto identify the historical origins of corruption; to outline the main features and establish the concept of “corruption”; to analyze the experience of European countries in establishing a system of anti-corruption bodies; to make proposals for reforming the current system of anti-corruption bodies of Ukraine in the context of Europeanization of administrative law. We believe that a key point in the process of improving the effectiveness of the fight against corruption in Ukraine is the need to implement the experience of European countries also in terms of informing and training civil servants professional ethics, awareness and legal culture. The high authority of anti-corruption bodies, as evidenced by the analyzed practice of EU countries (including Denmark), determines the effectiveness of the fight against corruption. Such a system of anti-corruption institutions will help to clearly establish powers, avoid conflicts of interest and bureaucratic schemes, increase the targeted use of budget funds, facilitate citizens' access to relevant bodies with complaints about corruption offenses, and eliminate the privileged status of corrupt officials in the administration of justice.
, Lviv university of business and law, Yurii Semchuk
Published: 25 April 2021
Global Prosperity, Volume 1, pp 37-42; https://doi.org/10.46489/gpj.2021-1-1-4

Abstract:
European integration is now one of the central issues of politics, economics, law, and sociology. Changes in the legal consciousness of citizens, the turn of the political and legal situation that occurred as a result of the Revolution of Dignity led to the actualisation of fundamentally new requirements for the functioning of legal institutions. In this article, we explored the legal profession of Ukraine in the framework of European integration transformations. We have explored the theoretical basis of the processes of globalisation and European integration, which have a significant impact on legal reform in Ukraine. In particular, we have established the main models of European integration and the features of the European integration paradigm. We compared the current development goals of the Bar of Ukraine and the requirements that arise in connection with the Euro-integration discourse. This article can help elaborate a Ukrainian Advocacy development strategy in the Euro-integration discourse
Olesia Bordun, Lviv university of business and law
Published: 25 April 2021
Global Prosperity, Volume 1, pp 23-30; https://doi.org/10.46489/gpj.2021-1-1-2

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In this article, we have attempted to generalise the current theory of judicial security. We emphasised that traditionally the judicial security theory includes a set of scientific views on the security of the court, judge, justice system and participants in the trial, and the status of the Judicial Protection Service. We briefly described the history of judicial security and drew attention to the reforms of recent years. An analysis of international judicial standards has shown that the security of the judiciary correlates to its independence. We proposed an interdisciplinary adaptation of the judicial security methodology, considering the limitations of specialised research on the subject. As a result, we concluded that the lack of a sole methodological guideline produces uncorrelated changes in the judicial security system elements. To systematise the theory of security of the judiciary, we propose to consider the methodological basis of international standards of justice.
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