Methodological bases ofovercoming disparities of development of the business sector as a pillar of sustainable economic development of UkraineJournal: Herald of the Economic Sciences of Ukraine (Vol.28, No. 1)
Publication Date: 2015-06-01
Authors : Butenko A. І.; Shlafman N. L.;
Page : 34-38
Keywords : entrepreneurship; enterprise development disparities; sustainable development;
The article describes the methodological basis to overcome the imbalances of the business sector as a pillar of sustainable economic development of Ukraine. These approaches are the basis for the development of techniques to overcome the imbalances of the business sector, which should provide the leveling action disproportionate factors: legal - imperfect and unstable legal and regulatory framework; political - the current shortcomings of the socio-economic policy focused mainly on the agricultural character of the real economy; economic - high tariffs and prices for the products and services of natural monopolies, and local agencies; instability and fiscal nature of the taxation system, the presence of domestic consumption taxes (value added tax), which makes unprofitable production technology in the industry, stimulating the export of raw materials and semi-finished products; the rising cost of land rent, transportation, etc .; financial - the virtual absence of self-financing (credit unions, mutual insurance companies); the virtual absence of lending by banks the real economy, including stringent requirements for small entrepreneurial structures for providing guarantees repayment of the loan (due to lack of long-term credit history and increased risk); interest rates on loans is much higher than the level of profitability of industrial enterprises; lack of access to foreign investment, credit and financial resources; social - lack of a fair system of labor relations and social protection of entrepreneurs; impersonality insurance funds (contributions come not personalized the payer's account and the general fund); organizational - the lack of effective institutional infrastructure of the state and regional support (inefficiency and insecurity of financial resources programs to support small and medium enterprises, low role of entrepreneurs in their development); administrative barriers (difficulties with registration, closing, certification, licensing, obtaining other permits); numerous inspections of various regulatory bodies.
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