The Role of Public Regulation in the Development of the National Economy of Ukraine and the Achievement of Sustainable Development Goals in the war and Post-war Period

(Pages 923-931)

Mykhailo Goncharenko1,*, Yuliіa Holovnia2, Iryna Svitlyshyna3, Nataliia Stativka4 and Kostiantyn Kuzmenko5
1Doctor of Economics, Professor, Department of Management, Interregional Academy of Personnel Management, Kyiv, Ukraine.
2Candidate of Economic Sciences (PhD in Economics), Associate Professor, Department of Public Administration, Faculty of Economics, Management and Psychology, State University of Trade and Economics, Kyiv, Ukraine.
3Assistant, Department of Theory and History of the State and Law, Faculty of National Security, Law and International Relations, Zhytomyr Polytechnic State University, Zhytomyr, Ukraine.
4Doctor of Public Administration, Professor, Department of Personnel Management and Entrepreneurship, Educational and scientific institute "Institute of Public Administration", V. N. Karazin Kharkiv National University, Kharkiv, Ukraine.
5Postgraduate, Department of Management and Administration, Faculty of Public Administration, Social and Natural Sciences, Ublic Higher Educational Establishment «Vinnytsia Academy of Continuing Education», Vinnytsia, Ukraine.


The article explores the importance of public regulation as a tool for achieving sustainable development in Ukraine and the world in the conditions of war and post-war recovery. The article analyzes the impact of the war on the economy of Ukraine and the world and the achievement of the UN's sustainable development goals. The authors argue that public regulation is necessary to ensure sustainable development in war and post-war recovery. The article also examines the impact of public regulation on the achievement of the UN sustainable development goals in Ukraine. The authors claim that public regulation can help ensure sustainable development in Ukraine, in particular by forming new sustainable development priorities that will take into account new challenges. The article develops a system of cause-and-effect relationships for the transformation of sustainable development priorities into separate blocks: economic, social, and environmental. At the same time, new challenges are emerging, structured in accordance with the classic UN Sustainable Development Concept. The article presents the results of mathematical modeling of the processes of evaluating the effectiveness of the implementation of public management of economic projects, which made it possible to develop a system for evaluating the integral indicator. The indicator allows you to determine the level of efficiency of public management of an economic project and draw conclusions about the implementation of management influences and transformations within the project. The evaluation system will ensure the selection and management of post-war reconstruction projects at the level of public administration systems. The conclusions of the article confirm the importance of public regulation for ensuring sustainable development in Ukraine in the conditions of war and post-war recovery. The authors provide practical recommendations for improving public regulation in Ukraine in order to achieve the goals of sustainable development.


Public administration, economic development, sustainable development, post-war reconstruction.

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Mykhailo Goncharenko, Yuliіa Holovnia, Iryna Svitlyshyna, Nataliia Stativka and Kostiantyn Kuzmenko. The Role of Public Regulation in the Development of the National Economy of Ukraine and the Achievement of Sustainable Development Goals in the war and Post-war Period. [ref]: vol.21.2023. available at:

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