Purpose of this study is to develop an information-analytical and methodological basis for testing taxonomic analysis in the integral assessment of housing infrastructure with further identification of the areas and means of using its internal capabilities to strengthen economic security. The study employs methods of taxonomic analysis (for the integral assessment of the housing infrastructure development) and strategic management (in justifying the directions and means of public policy towards its development); the research methodology included the formation of a system of quantitative integrated indicators, their standardization, transportation into four matrices, division into stimulators and destimulators, construction of a vector-standard, determination of distances between individual observations and a vector-standard with the further calculation of taxonomic indicators of sub-indices and the integral index of the level of the housing infrastructure development. It has been established that the level of the housing infrastructure development in Ukraine is low and unstable. During 2006-2018, the integral index had a sinusoidal trajectory with a peak in 2016 (0.253) and a steep dive in 2018 (0.159). We have statistically identified a significant impact of the state of the housing infrastructure development on the level of economic security of Ukraine (0.719). The low values of the state of the housing infrastructure development have led to the weakening of such components of economic security of the state as social, demographic, financial, property and migration components and the quality of life component. It has allowed to argue there is the relevance of the implementation of state policy to stimulate the development and efficiency of the housing infrastructure in the directions of: improving the level of providing the population with housing stock, increasing the level of housing stock equipment, the development of adjacent territories improvement.
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