GOVERNMENT SUPPORT OF AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION GIVEN THE NATURAL CLIMATIC CONDITIONS AND THE PRODUCTION ENVIRONMENT OF UKRAINE
Keywords:government support of agricultural production, ‘yellow”, “green”, “red boxes,” and soil quality rating
Introduction. There is a need to develop fundamentally new theoretical methodological approach that would
successfully solve the problems of economy and management in the field of government support for agricultural production.
Problem Statement. Recommendations in favor of expediency of government support measures for agricultural production are questioned in Ukraine and in other world countries. The importance of agricultural production for the economy of Ukraine and the importance of government support for its development are drivers of
Purpose. The purpose is to substantiate the expediency of government support of agricultural production on the basis of the analysis of natural climatic and production factors to ensure reproduction, efficient use of budget funds, and growth of agricultural production.
Materials and Methods. The following methods have been used: monographic, scientific abstraction and constructive (while forming the basics of general methodology); structurally-functional connections (during the study of variational diversity of natural climatic and productive conditions of Ukraine as the main criterion for the creation and functioning of government support for agricultural production); a combination of quantitative
and qualitative analysis (while forming relationships among the cost parameters of the “green”, “yellow”, and “blue boxes”).
Results. The situation regarding government support in Ukraine has been analyzed through the prism of natural climatic and productive factors. Ukraine is characterized by a rather large spatial and geographical diversity. To estimate the intensity and trends in the production development, the indicator of agricultural production output has been used.
Conclusions. We suggest that as the synthetic soil quality index of regional lands increases, the budget expenditure shall decrease, and vice versa.
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