Valstybės plėtros strategijos formavimas globalizacijos sąlygomis
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The thesis focuses on the paradigmatic change of national long-term development strategies in the context of globalisation. Presented is a new qualitative national development strategy analysis model based on a holistic paradigm.Contemporarynational development strategies are constructed as a qualitatively new means, which integratepolitical, economic, social and cultural activities and expresses the states relationship with the global competitive environment and the post-industrial society’s dynamics. The gravity centre of strategic competitiveness is gradually moving from material resources towards knowledge-based strategic advantages. Therefore, for the first time in history, small statesare provided a unique opportunity to develop their own strategies on global dimension. The importance of long term development strategies is increasing.Faith in the long-term vision is becoming a national force, which under conditions of globalisation helps to invent the future. With paradigmatic change in strategic management, the focus in states‘ strategies is laid on holistic elements, such as: reflection of globalisation; structural subordination of the strategy; functionality via global networks; consolidation of national identitynot only in the geographical latitude of the state, but also in global media platforms; advanced models of economic competitiveness;sustainable development and good governance.