Modelling of the architectural monuments protection system in the conditions of uncertainty and multiplicity of solutions

Economic Annals-ХХI: Volume 179, Issue 9-10, Pages: 138-147

Citation information:
Novopashina, E., & Dmitryukov, M. (2019). Modelling of the architectural monuments protection system in the conditions of uncertainty and multiplicity of solutions. Economic Annals-XXI, 179(9-10), 138-147. doi: https://doi.org/10.21003/ea.V179-12


Evgeniya Novopashina
PhD (Economics),
Associate Professor,
Department of Construction Engineering and Materials Science,
Perm National Research Polytechnic University
29 Komsomolsky Ave., Perm, 614990, Russia
Novopashina@pstu.ru
ORCID ID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3956-3324

Maxim Dmitryukov
Senior Lecturer,
Department of Construction Engineering and Materials Science,
Perm National Research Polytechnic University
29 Komsomolsky Ave., Perm, 614990, Russia
Dmitryukov@pstu.ru
ORCID ID: https://orcid.org/0000-0001-5949-6870

Modelling of the architectural monuments protection system in the conditions of uncertainty and multiplicity of solutions

Abstract. The relevance of the study is determined by the fact that architectural monuments in most cases are understood as objects of historical value and are considered to be cultural and historical objects. The costs of maintaining and operating cultural monuments are defined in the budget legislation and economic practice as expenses intended to reduce costs. The authors show that this approach of management and accounting is not only contrary to the objectives of economic development and social balance, but also is a form of economic pressure on regional authorities.

The novelty of the study is determined by the fact that the authors use the example of regional architectural monuments (namely, the mansion of the city estate of O. N. Chizhova in Moscow) to use a model that takes into account both the destruction of the monuments and social losses. It is shown that the cost of restoring an architectural monument can be reduced by 10-15% if each monument is viewed as a socio-cultural unit and, accordingly, more frequent monitoring of the state of the object is carried out. The authors developed and tested a multi-criteria model of cost estimation for the historic building restoration.

The practical significance of the study is determined by the fact that the calculation of models will reduce the degree of destruction of historical monuments and increase public attention to this problem.

Keywords: Cultural and Historical Object; Monument; Economy of Culture; Historical Site; Support; Solution; System; Building; Model

JEL Classіfіcatіon: C42; C51

Acknowledgements and Funding: The authors received no direct funding for this research.

Contribution: The authors contributed equally to this work.

DOI: https://doi.org/10.21003/ea.V179-12

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