Some Unfounded Regulations Of Conditional Commodity Relations Conception In Industrial Enterprises
AbstractGroundlessness of the concept of application in industrial enterprises of the mechanism of commodity-money relations based on development of internal conditional and payment prices and determination proceeding from them volumes of shop implementation, profit and profitability is proved; the failed experience and attempts of repetition of the same mistakes in modern real market operating conditions of enterprises is considered; the pointlessness of deepening of pseudo-commodity beginning in the mechanism of internal management by means of organization at enterprises of strategic economic divisions with full autonomy in the solution of problems of production choice and sale markets, suppliers staff , buyers and prices is defined; the impossibility to assess the efficiency of internal diverse local processes with indicators of expenses, revenues, profits, profitability is determined; the inaccuracy of considering the economic mechanism of internal enterprise processes management in the meaning as independent and as self-financing enterprise system, as new reading of internal factory self-financing is proved.
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Bibliographic InfoArticle provided by Yuriy Kovalenko in its journal Ukrainian Journal Ekonomist.
Volume (Year): (2013)
Issue (Month): 6 (June)
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