The aim of the article is to substantiate the typology of forms of spatial organization of the economy on the basis of a process approach and to clarify the features of their development in the context of Ukrainian realities and global trends in social development. There are four types of forms of spatial organization of the economy - based on the processes of business, innovation and foreign economic activity and agglomeration of production. Their subtypes are noted: by composition of branches (branch, interbranch, multidisciplinary), by character of connections (horizontal, vertical and mixed types), by organizational status (organizationally decorated and organizationally not decorated), by configuration (point, network, planar), by spatial distribution (local, regional, national, international). Forms of spatial organization of the economy of all types are considered, in particular on the basis of processes: business activity - enterprises, business incubators, corporations, financial-industrial groups, business networks, poles of competitiveness, regions with high competitive status; agglomerations of production - universal enterprises and plants, industrial areas, industrial districts, clusters, territorial production complexes, growth poles, development axes, economic areas; innovation activity - startups, innovative business incubators, concerns and parks, technopolises, innovation networks and clusters, smart cities, C-regions; foreign economic activity - joint ventures, transnational corporations, global networks, international clusters, world (global) cities, free (special) economic zones, globalized regions. Peculiarities of creation, functioning and development of forms of spatial organization of economy in the conditions of Ukraine are determined. It is noted that the proposed typology opens additional opportunities for clustering, innovation and transnationalization of the Ukrainian economy.