Keywords: Innovation Potential, Emergent Properties, Economic Security, Behavioral Economy, Rationality, Irrationality


The article highlights a list of factors influencing the structural elements of the system of economic security and drivers of the activation of the emergent properties that influence the strengthening of the innovative potential of the enterprise. The system of protection of innovative potential through the lens of ensuring the economic interests of the enterprise is considered and the state of protection of scientific and productive potential is described. It was noted that new qualities of the system and technical and organizational innovations were emerging as a result of the activation of emergent characteristics. The article highlights the principles of safety of innovation potential of the industrial enterprise and presents the elaborated development of the author: A scheme for the development of a safety system of innovative potential in the context of the activation of the emancipation characteristics of an industrial enterprise. It is emphasized that, under the conditions of anti-crisis protection, the factors influencing the activation of the emergent properties are inversely proportional to the components of the system of economic security and the innovative potential of the industrial enterprise, Therefore, it is advisable to consider in the perspective of motivators and demotivators, as they are signals of the emergence of «emergent» and «results» with different poles of certainty. The article presents the factors influencing the activation of the emergent properties and the components of the security system of the innovative potential of the enterprise. The systematization of the factors of influence made it possible to present the behavioral aspects of the economic entity (industrial enterprise) in the emergent economy, considered in two vectors: rationality and irrationality. The result of the dual attractor (multiple points, results) when the emergent properties are activated is the innovative development or bankruptcy and liquidation of the industrial enterprise. It was stressed that the lack of funding for innovative processes was leading to a paradigm shift and new system qualities were emerging for business continuity, taking into account rational and irrational management decisions.


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