Socio-Economic Problems
of the Modern Period of Ukraine

Pererva (Matsikanych) Ivanna Mykolayivna

Pererva (Matsikanych) Ivanna Mykolayivna

Ph.D. of Economics

Associate Professor of the Department of management and business of the Simon Kuznets Kharkiv National University of Economics




UDC [338.46:004]:[331.5:001.895]; JEL O30
Pererva, I. M. (2020). Justification of types of innovative labor in the IT industry. In Sotsial'no-ekonomichni problemy suchasnoho periodu Ukrayiny [Socio-Economic Problems of the Modern Period of Ukraine]: Vol. 144 (4) (pp. 27-32). DOI:

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The peculiarities and contribution of the information technology industry (IT industry) to the development of the Ukrainian economy are studied. The classification of different types of innovations by basic features and by scope is considered. The degree of automation and regulation of labor operations in the development of IT-projects is described. The types of innovative labor in the IT industry are identified, depending on the degree of its regulation and the types of innovations to which it is aimed. The types of innovative labor in the IT industry depending on the types of innovations and the degree of regulation of labor elements are developed and graphically presented. The influence of regulation of innovative labor on the efficiency of its rationing is substantiated. The proposed classification of types of innovative labor with professional groups in accordance with the quadrants of the matrix of positioning of IT professionals in the specialty is compared and their relationship is presented. The labor of programmers and features of its rationing are considered. Placement of the labor of software product developers on the matrix in accordance with the classification of innovative labor and the matrix of positioning of IT professionals are graphically presented. 
innovative labor, types of innovations, regulation of labor operations, IT industry, types of innovative labor 


Matsikanych, I. M. (2018). Building a matrix of positioning it-professionals. Ukrainian Journal of Applied Economics, 3(2), 196-204. {sep2020.04.027.008}

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