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Economic Justification of Minimisation of Immobilisation Funds Invested Into Engineering Enterprise Materials


  • Boyko Valentyna V.

    () (National Mining University)

  • Budynska Olha Yu.

    () (National Mining University)


The article improves the mechanism of minimisation of immobilisation funds invested into enterprise materials. Optimisation of this mechanism is achieved through reduction of the difference between fixed (or advanced) and actual funds, invested into materials, with consideration of their differentiation and integration in the course of the enterprise operation cycle. The article justifies the necessity of study of immobilisation funds, invested into materials, for their possible minimisation. It offers methods of calculation of ratios of influence of minimisation of funds, invested into materials, upon alteration of the level of their immobilisation and absolute disengagement. It assesses the possibility of use of the proposed ratios both in relative and absolute indicators of immobilisation funds, invested into materials. It shows calculation of the matrix of minimisation of immobilisation funds, invested into materials, and its practical application at engineering enterprises. It underlines that the proposed methodology of calculation of the above said ratios and matrix of minimisation of immobilisation funds, invested into materials, allows determination of possible disengagement of the engaged money funds by an engineering enterprise depending on specific technical and economic conditions.

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  • Boyko Valentyna V. & Budynska Olha Yu., 2014. "Economic Justification of Minimisation of Immobilisation Funds Invested Into Engineering Enterprise Materials," Business Inform, RESEARCH CENTRE FOR INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT PROBLEMS of NAS (KHARKIV, UKRAINE), Kharkiv National University of Economics, issue 3, pages 255-260.
  • Handle: RePEc:idp:bizinf:y:2014:i:3:p:255_260

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