THEORETICAL AND METHODOLOGICAL CONCEPT OF MODIFICATION OF THE DECOMPOSITIONAL STRUCTURE OF THE LOGISTICS SUPPORT MANAGEMENT PROCESS FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF INNOVATIVE PARTNERSHIPS IN A CIRCULAR ECONOMY FRAMEWORK
Keywords:management, logistic support, development, innovative partnerships, circular economy
The article addresses a range of theoretical and methodological issues related to managing effective logistics support to the development of socioeconomic systems of the national circular-based economic model. It is argued that there is a need to regulate cooperation between socioeconomic systems and build various integration patterns (alliances, clusters, holdings, industrial and financial groups, consortia, innovative partnerships, etc.) which open new opportunities to their participants. The current theoretical and methodological developments in the area of providing logistics support to enhance the development of socioeconomic systems are focused primarily on the microlevel. Unresolved issues of the logistics support to enhance socioeconomic system development at higher levels (meso- and macro-) tend to generate a vast pool of scientific ideas for further innovative research. The purpose of this article is to rethink the existing theoretical, methodical and methodological foundations of logistics support for the socioeconomic system development and to design a qualitatively new conceptual and methodological framework to manage the logistics support to innovative partnerships in a circular economy settings. The findings reveal that the formation of this theoretical and methodological framework is the result of a symbiosis of empirical and theoretical cognitive levels that have certain differences in certain aspects of comparison. The study offers a generalized survey of scientific and philosophical approaches to perceiving socioeconomic processes which provided for using a transdisciplinary paradigm as a theoretical and methodological premises to manage the logistics support to innovative partnerships in a circular economy. To build a common vector of research, it is recommended to use a semantic modeling approach which can be viewed as a converter of natural language, a scientific terminology framework, and a tool to shape a nomological basis in building new theories to explore socioeconomic systems that contributes to constructing a logical semantic model which specifies the mechanism of logistics support to innovative partnerships in a circular economy in terms and definitions of relevant subject areas, including all known logically consistent statements and facts, and is based on certain principles. Based on the research, a relationship between logistics management, innovative partnership development and circular economy has been verified which allowed to develop a theoretical and methodological framework to manage the logistics of innovative partnerships in a circular economy settings. Implementation of the proposed theoretical and methodological framework translates into a comprehensive concept to enhance management of logistics support to further innovative partnership development in a circular economy which makes the foundation of government policy to promote circular economy based on reversible logistics to attain socioeconomic sustainability of the national economy.