Development Of The Ukrainian Economy In The Context Of The Aggregated Demand Concept
AbstractTendencies of aggregated demand development are analyzed and an assessment of its components impact on macroeconomic dynamics of Ukraine is conducted. On the basis of comparative analysis of the demand structure in Ukraine and EU countries main disproportions of aggregated demand formation are determined, which are demonstrated by excessive dependence of Ukrainian economy on external component and chronic backlog at the fixed capital accumulation standard. Key problems of forming ineffective structure of aggregated demand, which consists in conservation of Ukrainian export at the limited group of goods with low added value, global markets of which are not stable and are subject to substantial annual fluctuations, high geographical concentration of export supplies, ineffective distribution of incomes and credit resources between institutional sectors of economy, increase in demand and supply disproportion are determined. Measures for increase of efficiency of the mechanism of the socialeconomic policy which is directed at the improvement of the demand structure, taking into consideration current means of Ukrainian economy are offered.
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Bibliographic InfoArticle provided by Yuriy Kovalenko in its journal Ukrainian Journal Ekonomist.
Volume (Year): (2012)
Issue (Month): 8 (August)
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