Fundamentals of analytical assessment of the secondary sector of economy

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Current trends in the socio-economic development of the world community have predetermined a close relationship between the parameters of the dynamics of national economies and their structural proportions. Changes in the quantitative proportions and the qualitative state of the world economy as a system determine the trend in the dynamics of the sectoral structure of the national economy. Despite the post-industrial nature of the development of countries with market economies, the source of their structural changes remains domestic economic growth, which is caused by the redistribution of capital and labor in high-tech manufacturing industries. Therefore, the purpose of this study is to formulate a general scheme for the correct assessment of the secondary sector of the Ukrainian economy based on the possibility of using analytical generalizations. The object of research is the structure of the types of activities that form the secondary sector of the national economy. The dynamics of this sector is largely determined by price characteristics. Therefore, in the analysis of reproduction processes, structural proportions associated with different price elasticities are taken into account. Since the basis for the formation of the price of products is the cost of their production, and the quantitative proportions of the economy determine the setting of new strategic goals, the article traces the dynamics of the relationship of zones and states of balanced indicators that reflect the activities of an industrial group as one of the forms of business organization. Reduction of dynamics indicators to one base allows them to be compared at all levels of generalization of data and to track trends that more accurately reflect the real state of the secondary sector of the national economy.

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    • Figure 1. Dynamics of the structure of the volume of industrial products sold by types of activity in Ukraine, %
    • Figure 2. Dynamics of the ratio of leading coefficients of price characteristics in the industry of Ukraine
    • Figure 3. Dynamics of structural characteristics of the volume of industrial products sold, by Ukraine’s industry
    • Table 1. Dynamics of structural shifts in the Ukrainian economy by sectors of the economy
    • Table 2. Dynamics of structural shifts in the manufacturing of Ukraine
    • Table 3. Dynamics of basic price characteristics for the industry of Ukraine
    • Table 4. Dynamics of relative characteristics of engineering development in Ukraine
    • Table 5. The dynamics of the comparative assessment of UPEC
    • Table 6. Dynamics of integral indicators for the components of BS UPEK
    • Conceptualization
      Iryna Sierova, Zine Barka
    • Formal Analysis
      Iryna Sierova, Viktoriia Derykhovska
    • Investigation
      Iryna Sierova
    • Methodology
      Iryna Sierova, Hanna Svydlo
    • Writing – original draft
      Iryna Sierova, Hanna Svydlo, Viktoriia Derykhovska
    • Writing – review & editing
      Iryna Sierova
    • Data curation
      Hanna Svydlo
    • Resources
      Hanna Svydlo
    • Visualization
      Hanna Svydlo, Viktoriia Derykhovska
    • Supervision
      Zine Barka