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Logistical Management Of Industrial Production In The Context Of Green Economy’s Development In Ukraine


  • Eugen Mishenin

    (Sumy National Agrarian University)

  • Inna Koblyanska

    (Sumy Municipal Council)


The logistical management mechanisms, which take into account ecological aspects of industrial production development, are investigated. The essentially-content bases of ecologically oriented logistical management, principles and mechanisms of its realization are revealed. The methodical approaches to optimization the total logistical costs, including ecological component, are grounded. The structural-functional scheme of organizational-economic mechanism of ecologically oriented logistical management of industrial production is formed. The organizational scheme of green logistic chains functioning and governmental support’s directions of ecologically oriented entrepreneurship structures functioning are formed.

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  • Eugen Mishenin & Inna Koblyanska, 2012. "Logistical Management Of Industrial Production In The Context Of Green Economy’s Development In Ukraine," Ukrainian Journal Ekonomist, Yuriy Kovalenko, issue 1, pages 8-12, January.
  • Handle: RePEc:uje:journl:y:2012:i:1:p:8-12

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