Economic Cybernetics: Development Paradigm and Global Modeling in the Modern World

(Pages 1077-1084)

Nataliia Semenchenko*
Department of Economic Cybernetics, National Technical University of Ukraine “Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute”, Kyiv, Ukraine


Economic cybernetics is a relatively young science, but at present, its methods are widely used for the accumulation and analysis of data, and many other operations. Due to the fact that economic cybernetics is in the stage of active development, the relevance of this article is due to the need to identify further prospects for its evolution. To do this, it is necessary to consider the philosophical basis of economic cybernetics, as well as the applied cybernetic methods of various areas in the field of economics. The primary forms of this work are analysis and comparison. The study reveals three stages in forming economic cybernetics as manifestations of scientific rationality, their main ideas, genesis, and paradigms. In order to take a deeper look at the variability of the application of economic cybernetics, examples of third-generation models with the corresponding mathematical apparatus in the field of studying the analysis of the level of corruption, managing the logistics information system, and assessing the impact on employee productivity when changing working conditions are given. The paper considers regression models, a system of simultaneous equations, a queuing system theory method, and an ordinal multiple regression model to determine the influence of various variables on one ordinal variable. A comparison of the above methods and their main advantages and disadvantages are identified. The work may be of practical value in the development of new models of economic cybernetics.


Information Management; Automatic Control System; Calculations; Data Analysis; Scientific Rationality.

JEL Codes:

С15, P48, F02.

How to Cite:

Nataliia Semenchenko. Economic Cybernetics: Development Paradigm and Global Modeling in the Modern World. [ref]: vol.20.2022. available at:

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