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Volume 166, 2020The International Conference on Sustainable Futures: Environmental, Technological, Social and Economic Matters (ICSF 2020)
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Model of diagnostics of resource efficiency in oil and gas sector of economy of Ukraine
Zaporizhzhya National University, Department of Accounting and Taxation, 66 Zhukovsky Str., Zaporizhzhia, 69600, Ukraine
2 University of Life Sciences in Poznań, Department of national economy, 28 Polish Army Str., Poznan, 60-637, Poland
3 Classic Private University, Department of national economy, marketing and international economic relations, 70 Zhukovsky Str., Zaporizhzhia, 69600, Ukraine
4 Gromadka Commune Office, 9 General Wł. Sikorskiy Str., Gromadka, 59-706, Poland
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The authors of the article determined that a number of scientists were involved in the development of a balanced system of indicators of the development of the oil and gas sector. Though an urgent scientific problem that needs further consideration is the development of a model of resource efficiency diagnostics in the oil and gas sector of the economy of Ukraine, taking into account the peculiarities of statistical monitoring. In order to solve this problem, the authors used methods of economic analysis, the method of rationing to bring the indicators to a comparative meaning, the method of additivemultiplicative compression, statistical methods of estimating variation and so on. The scientific novelty of the paper is: this study improved the model of diagnostics of resource efficiency in oil and gas sector in the economy of Ukraine based on the additive-multiplicative compression of the formed system, which, unlike the existing ones, takes into account their variation while defining weighting coefficients which show the experts’ system of preferences.
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