Modification of Value Management of International Corporate Structures in the Digital Economy
Purpose: Investigate formats for managing the value of international corporate structures, taking into account the formation of digital assets, and develop recommendations for introducing precise modifications to the management of the value of international corporations in the digital economy.
Design/Method/Approach: Systematic, synergistic, conceptual and methodological approaches are used, involving the use of the method of analysis and synthesis, modeling, formalization, methods of statistical and economic analysis, modeling, expert support and evaluation.
Findings: The formation of a new external environment of corporations - the “digital environment” - is substantiated as a space for the manifestation of competitive advantages of the digital transformation of the economy, which is characterized by a clarification of the influence of digitalization on the activities of international corporate structures. The factors of increasing the cost in the digital environment are identified, being based on the developed modified approach, which takes into account both the change of the previously known cost factors in the digital environment and the emergence of new, previously unformulated cost factors, which allow to create a scenario of the economic activity of the corporation in the digital environment, to establish the dependence of the selected factors cost and will divide the factors acting in the formation of the digital environment, and the factors that manifest themselves directly in the digital economy. The concept of cost management of the corporation has been developed, in terms of assessing the new external corporate environment, taking into account the influence of digital factors, identifying new cost levers, taking into account radical changes in technological processes, including recommendations on the adaptation of new digital cost management tools, which allows assessing the digital component of the growth of modern markets and takes into account both the creation and destruction of value under the influence of the digital economy.
Theoretical Implications: The role of the digital economy in relation to the models and tools of corporate governance has been determined. The points of contact and interaction of corporate strategies and the process of business digitalization based on the effective management of the value of the corporation have been studied.
Practical Implications: The results and recommendations of the study can be implemented in long-term programs for the digitalization of international corporate governance practices and digital support for the development or adaptation of corporate strategies in order to implement the complex potential of the corporation.
Originality/Value: The specificity of the implementation of digital economy tools in the organizational formats of the activities of international corporate structures has been studied. Modified models for improving corporate value management based on blockchain technologies and digital cost control as part of a corporate strategy have been proposed.
Research Limitations/Future Research: The obtained results of the research can be used in the context of the development of national and branch programs for digitalization of corporate management and the implementation of digital technologies in the model of corporatization of enterprises and organizations of various forms of ownership.
Paper Type: Theoretical
JEL Classification: F23, L19, O33
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