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2017 | 4(42) | 90-101
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The effects of industrial policy on regional development in Ukraine

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Mechanizmy zrównoważonego zarządzania partnerstwem publiczno-prywatnym w sektorze ochrony zdrowia
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The paper is based on an empirical analysis of industrial policy effects on regional development. It looks at the state of the Ukrainian industrial policy and proposes the basic measures for future structural adjustments in Ukraine. The analysis of two groups of factors includes general and specific sources of growth for Ukraine’s 27 regions and estimates the effects of regional industrial policy in Ukraine. The first group of indices comprises macroeconomic indicators. In the aggregate, transition-specific factors combine the indicators of success of reforms, including labour productivity, capital intensity, technological change and regional differences. The regional imbalance assessment is determined by the gross regional product per capita, regional employment and expenditures on education. The use of econometric modelling proves the division into industrial regions with a high urbanisation rate and backward agrarian regions in Ukraine. Different types of industrial policies of protection and production subsidies across industries are proposed for the reforming process within the regions.
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Prezentowany artykuł opiera się na analizie empirycznej wpływu polityki przemysłowej na rozwój regionalny. Autorka analizuje w nim stan ukraińskiej polityki przemysłowej i przedstawia podstawowe parametry mogące determinować przyszłe zmiany strukturalne na Ukrainie. Analiza dwóch grup czynników obejmuje ogólne, a także szczegółowe źródła rozwoju i wzrostu gospodarczego 27 regionów Ukrainy oraz ocenę skutków regionalnej polityki przemysłowej w tym kraju. Do pierwszej grupy czynników zaliczają się wskaźniki makroekonomiczne. Ogólnie rzecz biorąc, czynniki swoiste dla okresu przejściowego obejmują wskaźniki powodzenia reform, wydajności pracy, kapitałochłonności, zmian technologicznych i zróżnicowania regionalnego. Dysproporcje regionalne poddano ocenie w odniesieniu do produktu regionalnego brutto na mieszkańca, poziomu zatrudnienia w regionie i wydatków na edukację. Zastosowanie modelowania ekonometrycznego potwierdza istnienie podziału kraju na regiony przemysłowe o wysokim wskaźniku urbanizacji oraz zacofane regiony rolnicze. Autorka przedstawia propozycje różnego rodzaju reformatorskich rozwiązań w zakresie polityki przemysłowej, w tym ochrony rodzimych producentów i dopłat do produkcji w ramach regionów zależnie od gałęzi przemysłu.
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  • Banking University, Kharkiv Educational and Scientific Institute
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