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The System Of State Support Agricultural Entrepreneurship Both Facts Increase The Activity Of Entities In The Industry


  • Sergei K. VOLKOV
  • Ol'ga ORLOVAB


Developments related to the devaluation of the ruble and the sanctions regime, determined the need to build and upload your own agribusiness opportunities. In recent years the Russian government is actively supporting the agricultural sector and the whole and its separate forms. But in a recession, not all forms of state aid can be used successfully object subsidies. The aim of the study is to analyze the dynamics of the various aspects of the agricultural business, as well as identifying the impact on the performance of state support for agriculture. The author has studied indicators of the level of activity of subjects of agricultural businesses, such as the number of agricultural enterprises, the volume of production industry, as well as production by types of farms. The study determined the volume of state support the various forms of entrepreneurship. In this work, an analysis was conducted periodic printed publications, statistical databases, Government Decrees of the Russian Federation with use of methods of system approach, comparison, and statistical analytical method. The article evaluated the level of entrepreneurial activity in the agricultural sector, which in the opinion of the author consists of two of the most significant figures - the number in the economy of the agricultural organizations of different forms of activity and level of production of various organizations. These indicators are given the opportunity to reveal that government funding at this stage had a positive impact on the industry. The author noted the high importance for the Russian economy of small agricultural enterprises, the level of state support in recent years has increased. Despite that, there were negative trends in the activities of small businesses. Proposed a set of measures of state support to change the situation. The analysis of the system of state support of agricultural business led to the conclusion of its imperfection. Known in the industry trends related to the devaluation of the ruble and the subsequent inability of small producers to use bank loans, not to mention allow high efficiency developed by government measures. The practical significance of the study is that the results obtained and the proposed measures can be the basis for a new public policy support for agriculture.

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  • Sergei K. VOLKOV & Ol'ga ORLOVAB, 2017. "The System Of State Support Agricultural Entrepreneurship Both Facts Increase The Activity Of Entities In The Industry," Revista Galega de Economía, University of Santiago de Compostela. Faculty of Economics and Business., vol. 26(1), pages 83-88.
  • Handle: RePEc:sdo:regaec:v:26:y:2017:i:1_7

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