Development of an Agro-Food complex on the basis of economic integration

Research Papers in Economics and Finance

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Title Development of an Agro-Food complex on the basis of economic integration
 
Creator Rohoza, Mykola
Perebyynis, Vasyl
Havrysh, Valerii
Verhal, Kseniia
Perebyynis, Yuliya
 
Subject development
agro-food complex
intergration
model
biogas
 
Description The agro-food complex combines agriculture, food-processing industry and agricultural trade. It has been established that integration is an effective tool for formation and functioning of this complex. However, due to the unstable political and economic situation in recent years, there is a decrease in production of certain types of food in Ukraine. A vertically integrated structure which looks like a two-tier hierarchical structure has been studied. The purpose of its functioning is profit maximization at the expense of the synergetic effect, resource saving, etc. Under strict vertical integration, profit distribution can be made on the basis of distribution mechanisms of scarce resources, using priorities where expenses of enterprises can be considered a priority. The problem of formation of an effective vertically integrated structure can be brought to solving the issue of the smallest covering of a set. It has been proved that a boundary value of an index of vertical integration is determined by a share of energy resources in the process of production and the potential of their production. In Ukraine, the use of biogas complexes can provide growth of the mentioned index to 0.25. This corresponds to the ratio of energy resources in the crop production cost structure.
 
Publisher Faculty of Economics, Poznań University of Economics and Business
 
Date 2019-02-28
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
Peer-reviewed Article
 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier http://ref.ue.poznan.pl/index.php/REF/article/view/82
10.18559/ref.2018.1.4
 
Source Research Papers in Economics and Finance; Vol 3 No 1; 37-46
2543-6430
 
Language eng
 
Relation http://ref.ue.poznan.pl/index.php/REF/article/view/82/36
 
Rights Copyright (c) 2019 Mykola Rohoza, Vasyl Perebyynis, Valerii Havrysh, Kseniia Verhal, Yuliya Perebyynis
https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0
 

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