Assessing dynamic stability of economic development of global food markets in the context of globalization

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The global food market is in constant transformation. Cyclical fluctuations and force majeure (financial crises, epidemics, military actions) affect the volumes of production, consumption, exports and imports of food products. Therefore, the study of the dynamic stability of the growth of world food markets is especially relevant. The purpose of the study is to assess the dynamic stability of economic growth in the world food markets: cheese, butter and sugar. The study used general scientific and special methods: dialectical and logical to summarize the scientific foundations for ensuring the sustainable development of world food markets; regression analysis – to determine the direction of market development; variational analysis – to determine the sustainability of market development. The advantage of the approach proposed in the paper is the assessment of the direction of development by the regression coefficients and the amplitude of fluctuations by the average percentage of deviations from the trend, which allows more correct interpretation of the results than when using only the coefficient of variation, which takes into account changes around the average value. It is established that the world markets for cheese, butter and sugar from 2011 to 2020 are characterized by dynamically stable growth in production, consumption, exports and imports. However, the markets of individual countries have developed unevenly: cheese production is most attractive and less risky in the EU, Brazil and South Korea; butter production in the EU and India; sugar production – in the USA, India, Algeria. Forecast calculations confirm the likelihood of growth in these markets.

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    • Figure 1. Algorithm for assessing the dynamic stability of sectoral food markets’ growth
    • Table 1. Comparison of the traditional and improved approaches to assessing dynamic stability of the growth of the global cheese market in 2011−2020
    • Table 2. Comparison of the traditional and improved approaches to assessing dynamic stability of the growth of the global butter market in 2011−2020
    • Table 3. Comparison of the traditional and improved approaches to assessing dynamic sustainability of the growth of the global sugar market in 2011−2020
    • Table 4. Investment attractiveness and risks of investing in the global cheese market
    • Table 5. Investment attractiveness and risks of investing in the global butter market
    • Table 6. Investment attractiveness and risks of investing in the global sugar market
    • Table A1. Coefficient of variation for the dynamic set of indicators of the global cheese market
    • Table A2. Coefficient of variation for the dynamic set of indicators of the global butter market
    • Table A3. Coefficient of variation for the dynamic set of indicators of the global sugar market
    • Funding acquisition
      Mykola Sychevskiy
    • Project administration
      Mykola Sychevskiy, Liudmyla Deineko
    • Resources
      Mykola Sychevskiy
    • Supervision
      Mykola Sychevskiy, Olga Kovalenko
    • Writing – review & editing
      Mykola Sychevskiy, Olga Kovalenko, Liudmyla Deineko
    • Conceptualization
      Olga Kovalenko, Lyudmyla Yashchenko
    • Formal Analysis
      Olga Kovalenko, Lyudmyla Yashchenko
    • Investigation
      Olga Kovalenko, Liudmyla Deineko, Lyudmyla Yashchenko
    • Methodology
      Olga Kovalenko, Lyudmyla Yashchenko
    • Validation
      Olga Kovalenko, Liudmyla Deineko, Lyudmyla Yashchenko
    • Visualization
      Olga Kovalenko, Liudmyla Deineko, Lyudmyla Yashchenko
    • Writing – original draft
      Olga Kovalenko, Liudmyla Deineko, Lyudmyla Yashchenko
    • Data curation
      Lyudmyla Yashchenko