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Subject: The possibility and specifics of the system-institutional paradigm through the prism of innovation activity management. Objectives: Identification of management problems specific to the organization and explicitly arising as a result of its presentation on the basis of the system-institutional paradigm. Methodology: Institutional and evolutionary economic theories, organizational science, the theories of long waves and management. Results: The research features a system-institutional paradigm according to the organization level, represented in the form of environmental, object, processed, and project systems-institutions. The managing subsystem of such an organization must take into account the peculiarities of the four-element managed subsystem, its institutional features that are important for an effective strategy and tactics to be used by new technological system organizations. Conclusions: The system-institutional paradigm that unites the achievements of G. B. Kleiner and B. H. Yerznkyan’s four-element system methodology can be adapted and successfully applied to the management of organizations of the new technological system. This circumstance poses a number of problems that need to be resolved.

innovation, network effects, long-wave dynamics, relational contracting, startups
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