Peculiarities of regional development under martial law: State and administrative aspects




Russian-Ukrainian war, martial law, public administration, national security, sustainable development.


Considering the conduct of state policy in the conditions of the protracted Russian-Ukrainian war, it is important to characterize the main aspects of its development through the prism of the peculiarities of sustainable regional development. The purpose of the research is to determine the peculiarities of regional development in the realities of wartime based on the study of state-management aspects. The study is based on the analysis of modern works and reports of international organizations. Data collection was carried out in stages: first, a search was made for the main documents and reports of international organizations, then a search for scientific literature for the study was carried out. In general, such research methods as thematic analysis, categorization, comparative analysis, and graphic method were used. The results of the study demonstrated the effectiveness of the use of digital systems in regional development strategies improving the level of intellectual security, identified the peculiarities of planning and operation of regional budgets under martial law. Digital systems have proven effective in enhancing regional development strategies and improving intellectual security. They enable better planning and operation of regional budgets, even under martial law, by providing real-time data and facilitating communication among stakeholders. In the conclusions, it was noted that the military operations had a significant impact on the system of public administration and needed further adjustment in connection with overcoming the consequences of the military operations.


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Author Biographies

Vadym Yevsieiev, The National Academy of the National Guard of Ukraine, Kharkiv, Ukraine.

PhD in Military Sciences, Assistant Professor, Chief of the retraining center, The National Academy of the National Guard of Ukraine, Kharkiv, Ukraine.

Kateryna Rovynska, Odesa Polytechnic National University, Odesa, Ukraine.

PhD in Public Administration, Associate Professor, Department of State Studies, Law and European Integration, Institute of Public Service and Administration, Odesa Polytechnic National University, Odesa, Ukraine.

Bohdan-Petro Koshovyi, Institution of Higher Education “Lviv University of Business and Law”, Lviv, Ukraine.

PhD in Economics, Associate Professor, Department of Demography, Labor Relations and Social Policy, Educational and Scientific Institute of International Relations, Sustainable Development and Innovative Education, Institution of Higher Education “Lviv University of Business and Law”, Lviv, Ukraine.

Olha Myrna, Poltava State Agrarian University, Poltava, Ukraine.

PhD in Economics, Professor, Associate Professor of the Department of Public Management and Administration, Educational and Research Institute of Economics, Management, Law and Information Technologies, Poltava State Agrarian University, Poltava, Ukraine.

Olena Syniavska, Kharkiv National University of Internal Affairs, Kharkiv, Ukraine.

Doctor of Legal Sciences, Professor of the Department of Law-Enforcement Activity and Policeistics, Faculty No. 6, Kharkiv National University of Internal Affairs, Kharkiv, Ukraine.


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How to Cite

Yevsieiev, V., Rovynska, K., Koshovyi, B.-P., Myrna, O., & Syniavska, O. (2024). Peculiarities of regional development under martial law: State and administrative aspects. Amazonia Investiga, 13(75), 274–284.