UDC 332.142.4
DOI: 10.51409/va2023.10.03.002


A. V. Ovchinnikova,
Doctor of Economics, Director of the Udmurt Branch of the Institute of Economics of the Ural Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Izhevsk, Russia
S. D. Zimin,
Post-graduate student, junior researcher of the Udmurt branch of the Institute of Economics of the Ural Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Izhevsk, Russia


Relevance of the topic. The sustainable development of the economy supports its constant technological improvement, the provision of material and technical base, as well as the integration interaction of economic entities within its framework. Providing these requirements to enter the European development trajectory can locate a potential entrepreneurial ecosystem. The most common entrepreneurial ecosystem switches in a hierarchical structure when the core participant of the ecosystem, a large regional business, acts as a catalyst.
The purpose of this study is to determine the role of the core application of the entrepreneurial ecosystem in its development in the hierarchical construction of the management system design.
Materials and methods. The study is based on general scientific methods of observation, analysis, study and generalization of scientific data and information.
Research results. These include, in particular, problems of the ecosystem and problems of a purely technical nature in territories of different dimensions. In accordance with the studies, the authors conducted a study based on a high degree of mastery of the core ecosystem, its role in its development, as well as possible options for its behavior depending on the party it occupies: developed innovative potential, networking opportunities or availability of resources.
As part of the study of discourse development, the authors consider the possibility of using broad procedures for creating decisions in relation to a major practical action in the role of the core presence of RPE.


regional entrepreneurial ecosystem, core participant, development, entrepreneurial ecosystem, sustainable development.