Agriculture in Ukraine: conditions, competitiveness and integration prospects on european level Cover Image

Сільське господарство України: стан, конкурентоспроможність та перспективи інтеграції на європейському рівні
Agriculture in Ukraine: conditions, competitiveness and integration prospects on european level

Author(s): Anatolii Ovsiienko
Subject(s): National Economy, Agriculture, EU-Accession / EU-DEvelopment
Published by: Переяслав-Хмельницький державний педагогічний університет імені Григорія Сковороди
Keywords: agriculture; agricultural sector; competitiveness; agricultural production

Summary/Abstract: Research subject. Conditions and prospects of agriculture development in Ukraine. Research purpose. The analysis of agricultural sector conditions in Ukraine and determining the main reasons slowing down the agriculture development in Ukraine. Research methods. The main methods of studying are the traditional general economic methods: statistical observation, abstract logical analysis, method of comparison, average and relative values, graphical method, dynamic series, index method, methods of mathematical statistics (variance, correlation, alignment, etc.). Research methodology. Key statements in the sphere of agriculture; works of domestic and foreign scientists and practitioners in this field. Research results. In the contest of given problems the attempt of disclosing the peculiarities of agriculture development in Ukraine is made. Results implementation. The results of investigation can be applied in studying the problems of agricultural sector. Conclusions. Taking into consideration the problems existing as well as the positive foreign experience, it seems appropriate to implement the relevant measures in the context of increasing the national agricultural products competitiveness on European market. The main directions of these measures implementation are: harmonization of national standards for agricultural products in accordance with EU standards; increasing the export potential of domestic agricultural producers; establishing a modern agrarian market infrastructure; strengthening the cooperation of private farms and agricultural producers; establishing the collaboration between agricultural producers and research institutions; using the positive experience of the EU countries as for agricultural market regulation towards strengthening the agricultural sector competitiveness.

  • Issue Year: 1/2016
  • Issue No: 30
  • Page Range: 76-82
  • Page Count: 7
  • Language: Ukrainian