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    Institutional foundations and regulatory levers for the development of agricultural construction under conditions of systemic economic transformation
    (КНУБА, 2019) Ryzhakova, Galyna; Petrukha, Serhii; Kunytskyi, Kostyantyn
    The article has proved that in the globalisation conditions, the level of infrastructure industries' development is decisive for the competitiveness of the agricultural sector of the country's economy, forming the backbone for ensuring sustainable dynamics of agri-food value chains, since in some countries, infrastructure issues are associated with the objectives of improving the existing agricultural structure, in others they are linked to increasing the level of infrastructure equipment, as for Ukraine, it absorbs these two approaches. Framework of concepts and terminology has been classified, in particular the concept of 'infrastructure', 'social infrastructure', 'major construction work', etc., and the author's definition of 'rural development' suggested as a combination of survey, design and construction organisations and enterprises of construction industry experts who are familiar with the specific features of agrarian sector’s functioning of the national economy and rural areas, specialising in infrastructure development of wholesale food markets with the aim of creating favourable socio-economic conditions for the implementation by village in general and rural society in particular of its industrial and other local, regional and national functions, including focused on the development of food sovereignty and food security. The expediency of using the historiographical principle in the study of rural construction in the context of transformational processes taking place in the agricultural sector of the economy and the development of rural areas in the conditions of economic policy's upgrade and the new economic reality has been proved. The author's vision of the stages of rural construction evolution in modern Ukraine has been formed: the first 'stabilising' stage (1990s-early 2000s), the second 'reconstructive' stage (early 2000s-mid-2000s) and the third 'strategic' stage (mid-2000s-until present), with individual evolutionary advances both within and between them characterised. This has allowed to substantiate two basic adaptation models of the agricultural sector, construction industry and rural society to the changing socio-economic processes, called 'symbiotic-passive-adaptive' and 'innovative adaptative', and also to form the key principles of public regulation of the triad 'the agricultural sector of the economy (together with rural areas and in a few cases with depressed development territories) – infrastructure industries – construction sector' for further stabilisation and sustainable dynamics of rural construction.