RESILIENCE ESTIMATION OF UKRAINE'S INDUSTRY TO SHOCK EFFECTS

Larysa Lebedeva, Irina Shtunder, Tamila Scherbakova Scherbakova, Viktoria Khrustalova

Abstract


The research of the sustainability of the industrial sector to shock effects is particularly relevant considering the constant instability of the economic and political environment in Ukraine and the world. The aim of the article is determination of the sustainability level of the Ukrainian industry to shock effects in order to improve programs of state support for industrial production and reduce the negative effects of shock effects on the country's economy. Thus, the object of research is the industry of Ukraine. The article presents an estimation of the state of the level of industry sustainability in Ukraine based on indicators of sustainability, including an estimation of the state of the country's industry, namely: its ability to maintain equilibrium and self-recovery after shocks, general indicators of economic efficiency as then labor productivity, labor intensity, profitability of operating activities, indicators of the level of technological support of the industry. The sustainability of industry to external sector shocks is presented by analyzing indicators of export-import operations. For objectivity of the analysis, a comparison is made of the level of existing indicators on the Ukrainian industry with European countries. According to the results of the analysis, a conclusion is drawn on the low sustainability of industry to shock effects.

Keywords


sustainability; shock effects; profitability; innovation; employment; Ukraine

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.21303/2504-5571.2019.00816



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