SPATIAL PLACEMENT OF AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION ON A COMPETITIVE PLATFORM
Issue № 6, 2022, article № 5, pages 46-58
Section: Economic mechanism of managing
Original language title: ПРОСТРАНСТВЕННОЕ РАЗМЕЩЕНИЕ АГРАРНОГО ПРОИЗВОДСТВА НА КОНКУРЕНТНО-ПРЕИМУЩЕСТВЕННОЙ ПЛАТФОРМЕ
Abstract: The article presents the methodology for the balanced development of agricultural production on a competitive and predominant platform, the basis of which was the author's approach to the spatial location of its sub-industries, including an analysis of the reserve capabilities of the natural and economic zones of the region, adequate algorithms for the differentiated distribution of budget funds, which made it possible, in accordance with the identified resource potential, to propose and justify priority areas and tools of state support for the purpose of equal-system territorial development. The work uses general scientific and specific methods that were determined by the range of tasks and research areas. In particular, using abstract-logical and calculation-analytical methods, strategic competitive advantages of natural and economic zones were identified. The studies carried out on the comprehensive diagnostics of the spatial location of agricultural production and its territorial rationalization make it possible to establish the degree of need for institutional changes in the distribution of state support funds, the vector of which should be aimed at the balanced and uniform development of territories with the disclosure of the potential of existing competitive advantages. In this regard, the authors developed an algorithmic mechanism for improving the directions of distribution of regional incentive support, containing measures aimed at developing optimal weight proportions of the distribution of budget funds based on the territorial approach. The key guideline in the distribution of state support funds is the aggregate competitive potential of the territories, which allows differentiating the directions of state support by enlarged groups, highlighting zones of low, medium (moderate) and high level of development.