Externally-social risks - this is a risk group, characterizing the external impact on the system public administration, by means of international social factors.
Such as decline global level education and health care, change of morality, loss of national traditions and customs, growing conflict and others.
These risks have an impact on how the entire internal structure elements of the subject systems, and on associated risks and factors of their occurrence.
Externally-social risks are divided into:
- risks of changing global morals;
- risk of changing external migration processes;
- risk of changing life expectancy;
- risk of hostile ideology;
- risk of loss of national traditions, customs and assets;
- the risk of increased conflict;
- the risk of decreasing the level of education;
- the risk of reducing the quality of free medicine;
- risk of global deterioration in living standards
- other risks related to external social factors.
Indicators of identification of this risk group are:
- world level of health development, pension, education and other social guarantees;
- number and length of conflicts; dynamics of creation and recovery cultural monuments;
- global migration dynamics;
- average life expectancy;
- other global indicators of living standards and social security.
Ways to evaluate externally-social risks:
- monitoring the development of conflict indologiya;
- analysis of the world mass media;
- monitoring of world-class development of health care, pension provision,
- education and other social guarantees; monitoring migration processes;
- assessment of standards of living;
- other modern means of monitoring living standards and social security.
Methods of managing externally-social risks:
- carrying out various measures to preserve national traditions, customs and cultural monuments;
- active international social politicians;
- development of own health care systems, pension provision, education and other social guarantees; strengthening the social image of the country;
- maintenance and implementation of social R & D projects;
- development of a level of equality and friendly ideology;
- finding and implementing modern methods of planning, forecasting and monitoring;
- creation of appropriate reserve funds, etc.