In today's conditions, the analysis of the main areas of interaction between the banking system and the real sector of the economy is gaining more and more theoretical and practical significance. The systemic nature of the interaction of the state regulator, the banking and real sectors of the economy, is its ability to generate a set of internal and external principles of interaction, which in the economic environment necessitated the study of various scientific concepts of economic development, in which the features of interaction of sector entities were considered.
This allowed to consider the process of interaction within the framework of the economic system, revealing the nature and extent of the impact generated by the interaction of effects on the process of economic development, and, conversely - the nature and extent of the impact of changes in the macroeconomic situation on the stability of the links of subjects of state, banking and real sectors of the economy in the process of their interaction. As a result of the analysis of various theoretical and methodological we have identified three types of scientific concepts, the content of which differ from each other depending on the presence of the relationships between the state, banking and real sectors and the degree of their influence on economic processes.
TYPES OF SCIENTIFIC CONCEPTIONS
The practical implementation of the conclusions we draw is associated with the active role of the state in governance, the interaction of the banking and real sectors of the economy on the basis of the integration of the institutional and innovative policies of the state. We believe that the further development of these theories in the context of interaction requires the change of the adopted research vector from the "assessment of the impact of the interaction of sector entities on economic development" to "assessing the impact of cyclical economic development on the quality, nature and direction of interaction between the banking and real sectors of the economy."