Improvement of the Mechanism of Financial and Credit Provision of Technical Development of the Industry
The article conducts analysis of the mechanism of financial and credit provision of technical development of the industry. The goal of the study is justification of main factors of influence upon financial and credit activity and identification of main directions of activation of the mechanism of the financial and credit provision of technical development of Ukrainian industry. The article analyses the structure of capital investments and shows dynamics of gross capital investments in the industry and GDP volumes. It analyses tendencies and structure of investments into the fixed capital by types of industrial activity by domestic enterprises in recent years. It analyses different financial resources for ensuring technical development of industrial enterprises. It offers possible methods of use, improvement and optimisation of the structure of sources of financing investments into the fixed capital. The article considers sources, tendencies and structure of investments into innovation products and processes. It justifies main directions of activation of the mechanism of financial and credit provision of technical development of the Ukrainian industry.
Volume (Year): (2014)
Issue (Month): 2 ()
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- Colin Mayer & Wendy Carlin, 1999.
"Finance, Investment and Growth,"
Economics Series Working Papers
1999-FE-09, University of Oxford, Department of Economics.
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