The state and prospects of the transformation of the rental policy of Ukraine are assessed and recommendations are proposed for improving rental relations through the introduction of innovative tools for regulating collaboration relations in the extracting industry. The paper suggests a mechanism for interaction of all members of the society in the formation and distribution of rental income from the extraction of natural resources by creating collaborative alliances between the state, extractive enterprises and regions. The conducted researches showed that collaborative alliances in nature management are the most acceptable and promising organizational form through which it is possible to coordinate the interests of all participants in the formation and distribution and redistribution of rental income. With the help of the questionnaire and the Delphi method from 2015 until 2017, research was conducted on the possibility of creating a collaborative alliance in environmental management in the “state-region-enterprise” system, certain shortcomings and advantages for all participants in the collaboration alliances (state-region-extractive enterprise) and identified socio-ecological and economic risks in the formation and functioning of collaborative alliances in the use of natural resources, which may not contribute to the harmonization of the interests of its participants. A risk management system has been established in the operation of collaborative alliances in the use of natural resources, which includes a subsystem for identification, measurement, support (control and monitoring of risks). The coefficient of concordance of M. Kendall and B. Smith was determined in assessing the probability of occurrence of negative consequences. In order to formalize the identified risks in the operation of collaborative alliances in nature management, a scientific and methodical approach to ranking social, economic and environmental risks in the creation of collaborative alliances using the Fuzzy Logic method was developed, based on considering the indicators of the stability of collaborative relationships in determining the most significant risks and their interdependencies. The ways of minimizing the occurrence of negative risks in the functioning of collaborative alliances in the system “state-region-enterprise” on the withdrawal of rent income in the fuel extraction industry are suggested. Studies have shown that today, in the context of the transformation of rental policy and socio-economic relations, state administration must form social values of society through environmental use and consumption of resources and to implement a saving policy regarding the extraction of natural resources in Ukraine. In the implementation of the collaborative alliance in the system “state-region-enterprise” interests of its parties can be considered regarding the redistribution of rental income from the extraction of natural resources, considering personal and social responsibility in the extraction of natural resources and the protection of the environment. At the same time, the risks identified and assessed correctly in the formation and functioning of the collaborative alliances in the “state-region-enterprise” system will help to optimize the distribution of natural resource rent from the extraction of natural resources in order to compensate, hedge and save them for future generations. Thus, it can be concluded that the collaboration between the state and extractive enterprises and local communities is not only possible, but also necessary for the effective functioning of the state’s ecological and economic system. At the same time, fuel-extracting companies can operate under coopetition conditions, creating additional incentives for the development of enterprises, minimizing risks and generating innovative ideas.
Keywords: collaborative alliances, rental income, natural resources, economic risks, withdrawal of rent income.
JEL Classification: C53, L32.
Cite as: Wiebe, I., Oliinyk, V. M., & Halynska, Y. V. (2018). Innovative instrument of collaborative alliance management in the ‘state-region-enterprise’ system of withdrawal of the rent income in the extracting industry. Marketing and Management of Innovations, 2, 247-261. https://doi.org/10.21272/mmi.2018.2-20