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Formation of an Adaptive Management Model of the Spatial-Industrial Structure of Agribusiness Enterprises


Volodin V. M., Nadkina A. A.



Introduction. The formation of a spatial-sectoral structure of agro-industrial complex enterprises will lead to the need to model commodity flows between several enterprises according to a special econometric gravity model, the main prerogative of which will be to assess the significance of integration effects for the development of trade and economic relations between agro-industrial enterprises.

Materials and methods. The following methods were used for the study: the method of I. G. von Thünen’s model “An isolated state in its relation to agriculture and the national economy”, the weighted location triangle method of K. W. F. Launhardt for calculating the synergistic effect according to the Gordon formula.

Research results and discussion. The radical transformation of the economic landscape, si­multaneously caused by widespread digitalization, the global COVID19 pandemic, and increased geopolitical and geo-economic tensions, has brought Russia and the world to a completely new reality. As a result, the emphasis is on technological sovereignty, synergization of production and production chains, adaptation to new conditions of the state and its economic entities, updating the digital anagenesis of agricultural enterprises and searching for a vector for the formation of completely new management models for them.

Conclusion. In order to achieve effective spatial and sectoral development of agricultural enterprises in modern economic conditions, additional measures are needed to intensify the process of digital transformation of the traditional model of their functioning. In order to implement this process, it is necessary to develop an adaptive model for managing the spatial-sectoral structure of agricultural enterprises.

Keywords: adaptive model, spatial-sectoral management structure, agricultural enterprises, gra­vity model, enterprise (Z)

For citation: Volodin VM, Nadkina AA. Formation of an Adaptive Management Model of the Spatial-Industrial Structure of Agribusiness Enterprises. Bulletin of the Research Institute of the Humanities by the Government of the Republic of Mordovia. 2024;16(1):21—37. EDN NMXCSC




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The article was submitted 09.02.2024; approved after reviewing 28.02.2024; accepted for publication 29.02.2024.


Information about the authors:

Viktor M. Volodin, Professor of Department of Management and Economic Security of Penza State University (40 Krasnaya Str., Penza 440026, Russia), Doctor of Economic Sciences, Professor, ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0001-6539-159X, 7volodin7@mail.ru

Alyona A. Nagkina, Postgraduate Student of Department of Management and Economic Security of Penza State University (40 Krasnaya Str., Penza 440026, Russia); Subject-Matter Expert of  Operational Department of the Federal Treasury Department for the Penza Region (11 Stavskogo Str., Penza 440008, Russia), nadckina.alyona@yandex.ru


Contribution of the authors:

Volodin V. M. — critical analysis and scientific editing of the text;

Nadkina A. A — data collection and literature analysis, modeling of demonstration circuits, writing the original version of the article.


Conflict of interest: the authors declare no conflict of interest.


The authors read and approved the final version of the manuscript.