principles of formation OF THE mechanism UNDERLYING THE SYSTEM OF management OF THE MARKET OF affordable housing

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  • Rozova Svetlana Viktorovna - Moscow State University of Civil Engineering (MSUCE) Tver State Technical University (TvGTU) senior lecturer, Department of Economics and Production Management postgraduate student, Department of Economics and Management in the Construction Industry, Moscow State University of Civil Engineering (MSUCE) Tver State Technical University (TvGTU), 12 Koneva St., Tver, 170023, Russian Federation 26 Yaroslavskoe shosse, Moscow, 129337, Russian Federation; This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

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The author analyzes the principles of management, including coherency, integration, scientific nature, democratic centralism, and others, that are also applicable to the system of management of the market of affordable housing. New principles, first disclosed in this paper, include the principles of integration, social partnership, subsidiarity, essential diversity of housing, and preemptive management. The list of specific principles includes, namely, the principle of essential diversity of housing, whereby the types of housing needs are based on the lifestyle of various social groups; therefore, the management system is to be based on diversified housing needs and methods of their satisfaction.
The principle of preemptive management means pre-scheduled preparation of the management system to the next cycle of management challenges, against the background of a consistent and purposeful network of elements of the management system. The principle of pre-emption should be based on prediction of behavior-related patterns based on the information about the current and the past market conditions that allow the management system to respond not only to a fait accompli, but also to anything to be implemented in the future. The principle of environmental security means the operation of the market in accordance with to the present-day environmental standards.
The principle of transparency and democratic control is to ensure the transparency and openness of management procedures, public involvement in the monitoring of results of the operation of all control elements of the market, consideration of interests and attitudes of the population in development and implementation of various projects, given the high social importance of this sector of economy.
The principle of aesthetic and economic compliance means that any new housing under construction must comply with the architectural concept and strategic goals of the urban environment, although it must take account of the financial capacity of the population and the city budget. Compliance with this principle requires the audit of housing projects aimed at development of a comfortable and safe housing environment to be organically incorporated into the natural environment, to be environmentally friendly though economical in terms of its operation. The key principle of effective management should be based on projections. This principle may only be implemented if the following conditions are met: simplicity and clarity of purposes, assessability of results, achievability of goals, availability of interconnections between the system elements and their integration, involvement of workers into the management process through their direct involvement in the achievement of goals.
The target audience of the article represents any readers interested in the problem of combined forms and methods of management of the market of affordable housing, students and lecturers.

DOI: 10.22227/1997-0935.2012.4.214 - 219

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