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Dynamics and specific features of economic development of Ukraine in 2003 - 2012

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  • Pronoza Pavlo V.

    (Kharkiv National University of Economics)

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The article presents results of the study of dynamics of economic development of Ukraine during the past decade. It marks out three phases of development of the national economy. It shows that it is necessary to reveal and analyse those types of economic activity that exert the biggest influence upon the dynamics of the GDP of the country when studying specific features and disproportions of development of the Ukrainian economy. The article allocates the most large-scale, by their absolute volume, types of economic activity of the GDP of Ukraine and analyses their dynamics. It builds a matrix of positioning of types of economic activity of GDP of Ukraine in the "scalability - dynamics" plane. It analyses dynamics of types of economic activity of the Ukrainian economy by the absolute volume of export and calculates the absolute gain of export from Ukraine by types of economic activity. It underlines the biggest, by import volume, types of economic activity of GDP of Ukraine and absolute gain of import in Ukraine by types of economic activity. It analyses export and import orientation of types of economic activity of GDP of Ukraine. It builds a matrix of positioning in the "export orientation - import dependence" plane of types of economic activity of GDP of Ukraine. It presents distribution of types of economic activity of GDP of Ukraine in the "export orientation - import dependence" plane by clusters. It calculates the ratio of full costs of types of economic activity of GDP of Ukraine. It distributes types of economic activity of GDP of Ukraine with consideration of their interrelation. It offers comparative characteristics of main types of economic activity of GDP of Ukraine in 2003 - 2012. It marks out leading types of economic activity, which cover 35% in GDP of the country and have a significant multiplicative effect on development of other sectors of economy and identify sustainability of their development.

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  • Pronoza Pavlo V., 2014. "Dynamics and specific features of economic development of Ukraine in 2003 - 2012," Business Inform, RESEARCH CENTRE FOR INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT PROBLEMS of NAS (KHARKIV, UKRAINE), Kharkiv National University of Economics, issue 3, pages 413-423.
  • Handle: RePEc:idp:bizinf:y:2014:i:3:p:413_423
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