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Purpose. The main purpose of this article is to disclose assumptions and factors, the effects of the security impact of global tourism development components.
Methods. During the research the following methods such as analysis, comparative, historical, statistical, systems and others were used
Results. The study substantiates the main directions of development of the tourism industry in the context of security components, the main approaches to the interpretation of the definition of "economic security", analyzes the factors that should determine the vector of the basic provisions of the economic security of tourist activities.
Scientific novelty. A series of effective measures to counter the negative impacts of different hazards and risks that affect tourism in the micro and macro level, and require constant monitoring and improvement.
The practical significance. Deployment of military operations in the Middle East, North Africa, Eastern Ukraine, terrorist attacks in Europe, the United States and deepening tension in the neighboring regions, causing deep concern in the tourism business circles due to factors such as a decrease in the number of tourists in these regions, profitability decline in tourism industry both at home and in the recipient countries, the generators of tourism flows.
Therefore, the problem of security of the tourism industry is not only a necessary condition for regional development, but also one of the principal for the public authorities and the international community as a whole.
Keywords: tourism, economic security, social and economic processes, danger, risk, threat, management of economic security, the safe state of tourism.
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2.Golod AP Safety tourism as an object of regional economic studies // Innovative Economy. - 2014. - №4. - S. 190-194.
3.Galla NM The main directions and principles of ensuring the economic security of the tourist enterprise / NM Galla // Hospitality Industry in Europe: theses IRS Int. scientific and practical. conference (g .. Simferopol, December 4-6, 2009). - Simferopol: ViTroPrint, 2009. - P. 10-13.
4.Gulyaev VG Organization of tourist traffic. - M .: Finance and Statistics, 2001. - 512 p.
5.Korzh NV Formation of economic security system of the tourism industry as a component of sustainable development of tourism in Ukraine [electronic resource] / NV Korzh, OV Zanoski // Economy. Control. Innovation. Electronic scientific specialized edition. - 2011. - № 2. - Access: http://www.nbuv.gov.ua/e-journals/eui/2011_2/11knvtvy.pdf
6.Malyuta LY, Pogaydak OB Features of the organization and to ensure the economic security of enterprise and entrepreneurship in the context of social transformations // Theoretical and practical aspects of the economy and intellectual property. - 2012. - Vip.1. Volume 3.– S. 97-102.
7.Marinin MM Tourist formalities and security in tourism. - M: the Finance and statistics, 2002. - 144 p..
8.Markina IA Security Management of Tourist Business / IA Markin // Economy of Crimea. - 2012. - № 1 (38). - S. 174-176.
9.Michurin SB Security in Tourism: spatial and methodological aspects: Author. diss. ... Ph. geogr. Science / SB Michurin ; Permian. state. nat. issled. Univ. - Perm, 2012. - 22 p.
10.Moshensky SZ Formation and development of "economic security" category in economic science and practice // Problems of the theory and methodology of accounting, control and analysis. - 2008. - Vol. 2 (11). – S. 253-264.
11.Politichna Geography and Geopolitics: Proc. manual / Ed. B.P.Yatsenka. - M:. Education, 2007. - 255 p.
12.Ohrimenko AA Social security aspects of the tourism industry in the conditions of globalization // Strategic Panorama, - 2006. - №1. - Access: http://www.niisp.org/vydanna/panorama/issue.php?s=prnb2&;issue=2006_1
13.Taksanov A. Some aspects of security in tourism: a methodological approach to safety in tourism // "Vasco da Gama" - Management and marketing in tourism. - 2002. - № 3. - S. 15-21.
14.Tkachuk LM The political and geographical issues in tourism studies / L.M.Tkachuk // Economic and social geography: Sciences. Sat. - M:. CPI "Kyiv University", 2014. - Vol. 2 (70). - S. 32-39.

The purpose of the article is to study the role of innovation in the development of tourism industry, the analysis of innovative interpretations of copyright and tourism activities, the definition of the main functions of innovations and their development trends.
Methods. The article have been used methods of comparison, expert evaluations, analysis, correlation studies and others.
Results. Designed and brought a new approach to the classification of innovation in tourism activities; identified shortcomings and errors in innovation management.
Scientific novelty. Disclosed features and shows the results of the use of new technologies in the tourism industry.
Practical significance. The recommendations to improve the effectiveness of the management of innovation processes in tourism.
Keywords: innovation, innovation, social and cultural services, tourism, tourism industry, tourist and recreational zone.
1.Barometer UNWTO World Tourism: Overview of trends // UNWTO World Tourism Barometer, February 2011 [electronic resource]. - Access: http://www.unwto.org.
2.Novikov B.C. Innovation in tourism: Textbook. Collec. for students. Executive. Proc. Start. / B.C.Novikov. - Moscow: Publishing Center "Academy", 2007. - 208 p..
3.M. Boyko Tourist attractiveness of Ukraine: laws of formation and development of the guidelines. / MG Boyko // Investment: Practice and Experience. - 2009. - №16. - P.34.
4.Garber AE The main theoretical and practical aspects of innovation in the tourism sector of Ukraine / O.E.Garbera // Investment: Practice and Experience. - 2009. - №23. - S.29-31.
5.Novikov B.C. Innovation in tourism: Textbook. allowance for students. Executive. Proc. institutions / B.C.Novikov. - Moscow: Publishing Center "Academy", 2007. - 208 p..
6.Malakhov NN, Ushakov DS Innovation in the tourism and service. - M .: ECC "Marta", Rostov n / D: Publishing Center "Marta", 2008. -224s. ( "Tourism and service").

Purpose. Defining the features of applying of modern software for the automation of tourism enterprise, exploration the impact of information technologies on the increasing of its competitiveness in modern economy.
Methods. The qualitative management of tourism enterprises can be achieved only in the case of effective applying of modern computer technology and software products. The functionality of the specialized programs provides the input, editing and storage of information about tours, hotels, customers, status of applications, output of information in the form of various documents.
Results. In the domestic software market there are a small number of computer systems to automate the activities of tourism enterprises. Each subject of the tourism business selects a software product in accordance with the volume of commercial activity, own needs and capabilities. In Ukraine, both domestic and foreign programs are used in practice, each of them has the advantages and difficulties. The improving of customer service procedure, qualitative meeting the needs of each tourist is possible only with the active applying of CRM-systems by modern tourism enterprise.
Scientific novelty. The basic definitions and the concept of information support of tourism are represented, the features of the applying of software for automation of tourism enterprise are considered, the foreign experience and prospects of development of the software market for tourism are presented.
Practical significance. The findings and recommendations have also aside from theoretical the practical importance, because of helping the employees of tourism enterprises to apply effectively the modern specialized software.
Key words: tourism enterprise, information, software, marketing communications, automation, database, CRM-system.
1.Overia-Tourism. Official site. – Access: http://overia-tourism.com. – Title from the screen.
2.Parus. Official site. – Access: http://parus.ua.com.ua. – Title from the screen.
3.SAMO-Kvantor. Official site. – Access: http://samo-kvantor.com.ua. – Title from the screen.

Purpose. The theoretical justification of origin of tourist motivations of man and their relationship with the genetic needs of expanding living space.
Methodology. A comprehensive and quantitative analysis of the extent of the changes and the physical parameters of the surrounding space of human in the process of committing a variety of travel. Establishment of types and factors influencing on human acclimatization to the new environment and most hard that usual habitat.
Results. On the results of the studies was found a regularity of change physical parameters of the Environment in the process of fulfilment of tourist travel, and was substantiated their dominant role in the expansion of human living space. The tourism employment significantly developed not only the outside world but also the inner world of man, through the strengthening of his psychological condition, volitional qualities and health was shown.
Scientific novelty. A new concept of views on the motivations, motives and aspects of tourist travel by various individuals has been proposed and substantiated.
Practical significance. The results can be used for market research of tourist services and recreational needs of holidaymakers.
Keywords. The living space, people, travel trip habitat.
1. Zorin I. Management of tourism. Tourism as an activity / I. Zorin, P. Kaverina. M .: Finance and Statistics, 2005. 206 p.
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4. Babkin A. Special forms of tourism / A. Babkin. Rostov-on-Don: Soviet Sport, 2008. 229 p.
5. Kanke V. Fundamentals of Philosophy / Kanke V. M .: Logos, 2008. 288 p.
6. Gumilyov L. Ethnogenesis and biosphere of the Earth / L. Gumilyov. SPb .: Crystal, 2001 642 p.
7. Jon Krakauer. Into Thin Air: A Personal Account of the Everest Disaster / Jon Krakauer. – Pan Books, 2011. – 304 р
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The aim deals with gathering historical facts (period of mass migrations of ukrainians after World War II) and use these materials as one of the beginning process of sentimental tourism.  
Methods. Investigation deals with dissecting and systematizing information. The information that we’ve got is a catalyst of sentimental tourism. Object of investigation – sentimental tourism as of the kinds of travelling. Subject of investigation – the beginning of sentimental tourism and it’s specific.
Results. The article deals with meaning of sentimental tourism and revealing reasons of the beginning of such kind of tourism. The explanation is included and we have shown difference between such terms as: nostalgic tourism, ethnic tourism. The documents from 1944 about migrations of ukrainians from Poland territory are given.
 Scientific novelty. Various scientists and tourism specialists only basically described sentimental tourism but the origins are missing or not mentioned at all. The author refers to the origins and history for a more detailed explanation of origin of sentimental issue in tourism to a certain extent based on existing materials and study Ukrainian, Russian and Polish scientists.
Practical usage. The investigation gives a better understanding of the beginning of sentimental tourism.
Key words: sentimental tourism, Western Ukraine, Poland, immigrants, mass migrations.
1.Vuytsyk A.I. Development of sentimental (nostalgic) tourism in Ukraine / O. Vuytsyk. – Nizhyn : MILANIK, 2009. - P. 40-46.
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3.The Law of Ukraine "On Amendments to the Law of Ukraine" On Tourism "on 18 November 2003.
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Purpose. A research aim is determination of basic ways of realization of optimization of activity of sanatorium-resort complexes of Ukraine.
Methodology. Basic approaches are analysed in home and foreign literature in relation to such definitions as " SPA" and " wellness". The basic problems of development of sanatorium-resort complexes of Ukraine are described. Expediency of changes is reasonable in organization of recreational activity of the Ukrainian resorts.
Results. Basic progress of demand and supply trends are certain in the segment of curatively-health tourism. Expediency of introduction of flexible form of work is reasonable with clients, in particular, acceptable to the most Ukrainian resorts that does not need substantial alterations of health complex can be, - wellness weekend - tour. Basic target groups are certain to that wellness is oriented and SPA of technology.
Scientific novelty. The basic ways of optimization of recreational activity of sanatorium-resort complexes of Ukraine are outlined. The term of "wellness weekend is offered to the use - tours".
The practical significance. The new are worked out at the home market of curatively-health tourism of form, works with the clients of sanatorium-resort complexes in particular - wellness weekend - tours. Reference recreational innovations that are based on the use of foreign experience of organization of work of resort complexes are offered.
Keywords: recreational activity, sanatorium-resort complexes, recreational innovations, optimization.
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The purpose of the study analyses festival activities as a perspective direction of event tourism development in Ukraine.
Methods. The study used the method of statistical analysis, the methods of analysis and synthesis, comparative method, synthesis method.
Results. The article examines the state of the infrastructure and resource base of the country's tourism event. The author defined seasonality of festival events, their dynamics and territorial identity. As a result, the main obstacles and the ways of festival activities in Ukraine are defined.
Scientific novelty. The article is a generalization of the information on the state of infrastructure development of event tourism in Ukraine. The author made a complex research of festivals that are promising direction in the development of tourism in the country.
The practical significance. The data on the festival activities as part of event tourism can be used to adjust the tourism policy of the state.
Keywords: event tourism, festivals, tourism infrastructure, tourism policy.
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2. Doslidzhennya spryynyattya Ukrayiny. – [Elektronnyy resurs]. – Rezhym dostupu: http://brandukraine.org/k/
3. Zymova shkola dlya festyvalʹnykh menedzheriv. – [Elektronnyy resurs]. – Rezhym dostupu: http://britishcouncil.org/uk/ukraine-arts-winter-school.htm
4. Zuyev S. «Kharkivsʹki asambleyi»: dialoh ukrayinsʹkoyi ta svitovoyi muzychnoyi spadshchyny / S. Zuyev // Ukrayinsʹka ta svitova muzychna kulʹtura: suchasnyy pohlyad: Nauk. visnyk NMAU im. P.I. Chaykovsʹkoho. – K.: NMAU im. P.I. Chaykovsʹkoho, 2005. – Vyp. 43. – Kn. 2. – S. 96-104.
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6. Parfinenko A.YU. Podiyevyy turyzm yak chynnyk formuvannya turystychnoyi pryvablyvosti mista / A.YU. Parfinenko // Heohrafiya ta turyzm. – 2015. – № 34. – S. 144-154.
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Goal. The scientific goal of this article is to analyze different perceptual characteristics of Ukrainian touristic cities as well as to analyze and to classify the main tourist resources of our cities.
Methods. The methodological base of the research is the fundamentals of scientific dialectics. The basic methods of research are: comparative geographical analysis, statistical analysis, descriptive analysis, point-based (ranking) estimation system, analytical method, literary method.
Results. The essence of urban tourism is defined. The features of urban tourism development in Ukraine against the background of global trends are described. The main tourist resources of Ukrainian cities are investigated. The specific components of urban tourism of our country are disclosed. The formation of leading tourist centers rating in Ukraine is substantiated.
Scientific novelty. Scientific novelty consists in analysis of Ukrainian cities’ perceptual characteristics through the eyes of tourists.
Practical significance. This investigation is an important part of organization of perceptual analysis and tourist cities of Ukraine. The results of this investigation will be used for development of different components of touristic cognitive perception urban area and also used for spiritual, mental, economic, social and organizational development of modular-grinded, functionally and structurally separated urban areas.
Keywords: urban tourism, resources of urban tourism, types of urban tourism, rating of Ukrainian touristic cities.
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Aim. Analysis of international experience in enogastronomic tourism development (educational and organizational aspects) in the context of development of winegrowing and winemaking territories in Ukraine.
Methodology. Based on the general scientific analytical methods (content analysis) and logical (comparative) methods studied information data from the official websites of professional non-government organizations (NGOs) in the field of viticulture, winemaking and enogastronomic tourism at national and international levels. Based on the sociological research methods (interview with Ukrainian experts in the field of viticulture, winemaking, tourism and academia) determined the main features and challanges in the process of convergence of winegrowing and winemaking industry and tourism, as well as its impact on the territory.
Results. Described educational and organizational aspects of international experience in building enogastronomic tourism in the context of development of winegrowing and winemaking territories in Ukraine.
Scientific novelty. Established the characteristics of the process of convergence of winegrowing and winemaking industry and tourism industry in the context of enogastronomic tourism development in Ukraine. This process is considered as one of the indicators of sustainable development.
The practical significance. Offered practical recommendations for implementation of international experience in enogastronomic tourism in Ukraine.
Keywords: territory, viticulture, winemaking, enogastronomy, enogastronomic tourism, wine and gastronomic tourism, sustainable development, network.
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Goal. The article is a comprehensive evaluation of sustainable development of industrial tourism (for example in the Carpathian region)
Method. Methodical bases of research consisted in the synthesis and analysis of collected authors of literary and statistical material. This applied tabular and cartographic methods.
Results. Executed characteristics of industrial tourism. the example of the Carpathian region.
Scientific novelty lies in the complex characterization of balanced development of industrial tourism (for example in the Carpathian region).
The practical significance of the study is determined by constructing a model of sustainable industrial development of tourist destinations.
Keywords: industrial tourism resources, crafts, destination, balanced model.
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Goal. The purpose of the article is to improve the methodology of evaluation of attractiveness of immovable objects of cultural heritage.
Method. The methods of mathematical analysis and the cartographic method were used for evaluation of tourist attractiveness of immovable objects of the cultural heritage of the Cherkassy region. The evaluation of the touristic attractiveness is based on the methodology of Polinova N.F.
Results. The article considers the main methods of evaluation of attractiveness of immovable objects of cultural heritage. An improved method of evaluation is proposed. The essence of this method is evaluation of the attractiveness of tourist routes. The tourist attraction of the main tourist routes of the Cherkassy region has been evaluated.
The scientific novelty is improved methodology of evaluation of attractiveness of immovable objects of cultural heritage. The essence of this improvement is in methodology of evaluation of the attractiveness of tourist routes. The practical significance is in possibility of using this results in assessing the tourism potential of other regions of Ukraine.
Key words: immovable objects of cultural heritage, Cherkassy region, tourist resources, tourist routes, evaluation of attractiveness.
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 The purpose of the article is an analyzes the causes of certain depressed tourist administrative districts of Volyn region. Characterized existing tourist and recreational potential for tourism development in the area.
 Methods of research lie in the synthesis and analysis of collected literature, statistical and cartographic material. This applied methods of analysis and description.
 The article deals with the basic perspective directions of the development of tourism infrastructure. The main ways to improve tourist services are given.
 Scientific novelty is the justification of the definition of "tourist depressed district" and identifying the basic reasons for not enough effective use of tourism opportunities and available resources of districts.
 The practical significance of the study is defined by its practical relevance for the development of tourism in the tourist depressed areas through the use of existing recreational resources.
 Keywords: travel services, tourist potential, depressed tourist district.
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The aim of the article is to summarize the results of the development of Lutsk touristic website as a mechanism of the city’s tourism activity improving its grounds, importance, structure and content.
Methodology. Such methods as analysis, synthesis, deduction, induction, systematization, comparison and others have been used.
Results: The authors have defined the essence of the website as an important Internet information resource and have generalized the classification of touristic websites. The theoretical and practical recommendations for the development of web pages have been described. The significance of the website for tourism activity has been revealed in the work.
Scientific novelty: It grounds the necessity of implementation and usage of information technologies, including Internet as the modern management method at the tourism market.
The practical significance: The advantages and perspectives of Internet informational resources will facilitate the active spread of these technologies in tourism activity as well as cause effective grow of the tourism industry functioning.
Keywords: website, Internet, information technology, tourism activity, Lutsk.
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Purpose. The purpose of  article is a scientific and practical research of the possibilities of using mini-sculptures in guided tours activities.
Methododology. Methodical bases of research lie in the synthesis and analysis of statistical material collected by the author, the study of foreign and domestic experience in the use of mini-sculptures as interesting tourist sites during the tour.
Results. New tourist itineraries within the study areawere developed and recommended for use.
Scientific novelty. Catalogue completed, a description and photographs of Uzhhorod mini-sculptures were shown. An as example, a guided touraroundthe right bank of the town, which is of great popularity among tourists was described.
The practical significance. The problems and prospects of urban tourism associated with the opening of new tourist routes and brands, creating a unified information space were highlighted.
Keywords: mini sculptures, urban tourism and sightseeing activities, historical and cultural sites.
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Goal. The article is to outline the features of tourism professional training considering national-patriotic dimension on example of master's degree level discipline " Tourism Logistics."
Method. Methodical bases of research lie in the synthesis and analysis of literary and statistical material which was collected by author using the tabular method.
Results. Completed a comprehensive description of the features of tourism professional training considering national-patriotic dimension on example of master's degree level discipline " Tourism Logistics."
Scientific novelty consists in revealing features of tourism professional training considering national-patriotic dimension on example of master's degree level discipline " Tourism Logistics."
The practical significance of the study is defined by its relevance for teaching on master level of tourism professional training considering national-patriotic dimension on example of master's degree discipline " Tourism Logistics."
Keywords: logistics, tourism, military tourism, national-patriotic dimension.
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Purpose. To highlight possibilities of application active methods of learning (Block and Schulte tables) during learning tourism resources oriented subjects (tourism resources, recreational geography, tourism geography).
Method. Were used analytical, synthetic, deductive, inductive, monographic, comparatively geographical methods, methods of computer processing.
Results. Here you can see Block and Shulte tables that contain, relatively 50 and 25 slots – UNESCO World heritage objects and unique recreation and tourists resource national and region level, which act as a cause of concentration, development and training of mind, effective use of computer technology for further search and detection of facts and information and illustration basis, a cknowledge of world, national, cultural and natural heritage.
Scientific innovation. Were offered the Block and Shulte tables, that act as an innovation part of active studying methods, as it is generalization and systematization of large amount of resource and tourist information.
Practical significance. The publication materials, their conclusions and offers can be used and are using in studying process of institutes of higher learning of Ukraine, learning plans of which contain subjects with recreational-tourist and resource-geographic direction.
Keywords:Block’s and Schulte’s tables, objects of World and national heritage, active learning methods, advantages and disadvantages of adaptation of tables to studying, generalization and systematization.
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Purpose. The purpose of the article is to specify the content of "geopolitical space" and to reveal the system of geopolitical relations. It allows considering the geopolitical space as a sphere of geographical systems' operation.
Methods. The research methodology lies in analyzing of interpretations of notions of "geospace", "political space", "geopolitical space" by the top ukrainian and foreign scientists. A comparative analysis of the approaches of political scientists and geographers allowed to specify the parameters of the geopolitical space and actualize the concept of "geopolitical relations".
Results. The political space overlaps the geographical, synthesizes it, and finds a new quality in the form of a geopolitical space. Territorial ratios in the synthesis with the political take the form of geopolitical relations. The geopolitical relation is considered as a key synthetic category of geopolitics and political geography. The geopolitical relations form the structure of the geopolitical space.
Scientific novelty. The novelty of the approach, implemented in this study, is to determine the nature of the geopolitical space through a system of geopolitical relations. The article reveals the types of geopolitical relations by the nature of the interactions (physical and energy or information). The attributive characteristics of geopolitical relations are disclosed, the levels and scopes of their research are determined.
The practical significance. Geopolitical relations, formed by the interaction of the elements of the political sphere with integral geospace, modify the environment (conditions) of different kinds of human activity. Their study allows enriching the understanding of the spatial patterns of development of various spheres of human activity, including tourism.
Keywords: political space, geopolitical space, geopolitical relations.
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 The purpose of this article is to determine the characteristics of the Japanese economy economic crisis, which will use the successful experience of economic growth in post-crisis planning development programs in Ukraine.
 Methods of study include the use of a systematic approach, statistical, historical and comparative geographic methods.
 Results. We were analyzed the manifestations and consequences of the economic crisis in Japan, revealed a system of anti-crisis government measures to stimulate economic growth, the stock market and real estate market, socio-political and social programs. Considered successful anti-crisis measures and the negative effects of regulatory policy in the fall of domestic and foreign markets. The analysis of regional policy and economic relations with partner countries.
 Scientific novelty is to explore the relationship emergence of regional crises, prevention and overcoming their consequences and management practices emerging economies and their regional relationships. Critical analysis of programs and recommendations for the reorganization of economic sectors and their impact on the global economy.
 The practical significance of the study is to use the results in the development of anti-crisis strategy for Ukraine.
 Keywords: economic crisis, anti-crisis measures, regional policy, regional partnership.
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Objective. The objective of the article is to describe the peculiarities of the spatial organization optimization of the general education institutions network of Chernihiv region under the conditions of constant depopulation, changes in approaches to financing the education establishments and to fulfilling the tasks of the administrative and territorial reform.
 Method. The methodical base of the research includes the use of the systematic approach, statistical, cartographic, and comparative geographic methods.
 Results. The author discovers and characterizes the peculiarities of improving the structure and the territorial organization of the general education institutions network in Chernihiv region, proves the necessity to optimize the region’s education establishments network in order to ensure an equal access of rural people to quality education.
 The scientific novelty lies in defining the peculiarities of improving the structure and the spatial organization of the general education institutions network of Chernihiv region as the area with the complicated demographic situation and significant part of ungraded schools.
 The practical value of the research lies in using its results by the department of education and science of the Chernihiv regional state administration for development of the specific proposals to improve the general education institutions network of the region.
 Key words: education complex, spatial organization, region’s education network, hub schools, Chernihiv region.
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 The research aims to identify the characteristics of the intellectual potential of Chernihiv region in the current social and economic development of the territory.
 Methods. In the research the following methods are used: comparative and descriptive, abstract and logic, generalization, analysis and synthesis. The research information base is the data of the State Statistics Service of Ukraine and the data of the Central Statistical Office in Chernihiv region.
 Results. The publication presents the results of the intellectual potential analysis of the region, evidence from Chernihiv region. A set of indicators reveals the peculiarities of the main components of the intellectual potential of the region: education, research, innovation and culture. Positive trends and shortcomings of development and effective use of intellectual potential of the region are indicated.
 Scientific innovation is the analysis of the intellectual potential elements of Chernihiv region in the current social and economic conditions.
 Practical importance of the work is the acquired scientific results and conclusions which will promote the intellectual potential of the region in case of implementing them in practice.
 Keywords: intellectual potential, educational potential, scientific potential, innovative activities, cultural potential.
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The purpose of the article is to identify the main trends in the formation of labor resource situation Khmelnitsky region and justification of conceptual principles of efficient use of manpower.
Method. The used analytical, synthetic, deductive, inductive, statistical, monographic, comparative and geographical methods.
Research results. The analyzed mechanical movement of the population. We characterize the level of economic activity, its employment by economic activity, identifying the problems of labor resource situation of the region and the proposed main directions of their solution.
Scientific novelty consists in revealing the nature of labor resource situation and the peculiarities of its formation in the Khmelnitsky region.
The practical significance of the paper is that the material used in the teaching of courses urboecology and landscape planning can be useful in the preparation of public hearings on the project of the territory.
Keywords: labor resource situation, demographic processes, the economically active population, unemployment, employment.
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The goal is to perform environmental and economic assessment of efficiency of measures on streamlining of water protection zones on the example of the rivers of the Zhytomyr MUVG Ukrainian Polissya.
Research methodology is based on determining the overall and comparative assessment of the effectiveness of interventions. The calculations of ecological and economic efficiency measures on the example of the rivers of the Zhytomyr MUVG. Determined the payback period of capital investments in environmental protection.
The results show that the annual economic effect in the result of the streamlining of water protection zones (VZ) is measured as the difference between the value of the annual economic result and the costs incurred for the implementation of measures to protect from contamination. Ecological-economic assessment of efficiency of measures to streamline the VZ was carried out by comparing the magnitude of the expected economic result from costs that provide the method of calculating year General (absolute) economic efficiency costs and the annual (net) economic effects. The indexes of efficiency of the implementation of water and sanitation confirmed the economic feasibility of their implementation. Similar calculations of economic performance can be performed for other river basins in the Ukrainian Polissya.
Scientific novelty lies in determining the overall and comparative assessment of efficiency of actions on the example of the rivers of the Zhytomyr MUVG, as well as in determining the payback period of the investment.
The practical significance of the results is to apply the same calculations of economic indicators for other river basins in the Ukrainian Polissya. Ecological-economic assessment of efficiency of measures to regulate water protection zones of rivers can be applied to other river basins in Volyn, Rivne, Zhytomyr, Kyiv, Chernihiv regions.
Key words: overall assessment of the effectiveness of environmental protection measures, comparative evaluation of the effectiveness of environmental protection measures, the payback period of capital investments.
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1.Afonina Olena Oleksiyivna – Candidate of Geography Sciences, Associate Professor, Assistant Professor of Geography Department, Faculty of Natural Sciences and Geography, Mykola Gogol State University of Nizhyn, Nizhyn, Ukraine, e-mail: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .
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