The paper under discussion covers the importance of governance at the present stage of economic development in Ukraine. This study may contribute to understanding the governance systems in countries under very different laws and adopting very different board models. In order to integrate social and economic interests of all subjects of economy there is a need of developing the theory and practice of governance. So the definition of the word of governance was given in the article. The OECD principles of governance which should be introduced in the Ukrainian practice of administration and management are defined in it. Its key idea is to introduce a preconditions, characteristics and levels conceptual model of governance in the world and the opportunities for its introduction in Ukraine. The theoretical approach to the problem is based on structurally functional and genetic methods of cognition. The data obtained are given to illustrate the necessity of diagnosis of the governance level  by calculating all indices of governance indicator in Ukraine. It will define bases for further development of the state. The material presented can open new prospects for further research studies. It seems to be interesting to those who work in the field of governance, public administration and management.


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