Crisis Management Of Industrial Facilities In Overcoming The Consequences Of The Pandemic


This article addresses the problem of crisis management of industrial sector facilities with the current pandemic phenomenon and, in particular, the quarantine situation of developed and developing States. An analysis of the state of the industrial sector in Russia and in the world showed that the negative consequences of the virus epidemic affected almost all industries and more reduced the pace of development of extractive and manufacturing industries. Based on data from the analysis of the world and Russian market, the authors determined a tendentious mechanism for withdrawing enterprises from a stagnant state, where the leading role in solving socio-economic and financial issues was assigned to the anti-crisis management system. The definition of the conceptual features of the system under consideration has enabled the identification of stages and tools for addressing the impact of the pandemic on industrial sector facilities based on the principles of systemic, anticeptivism, adaptability and stability.

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