Visn. Nac. Akad. Nauk Ukr. 2016. (10):27-42

Yu.V. Kindzers’kyi
Institute for Economics and Forecasting of National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine ,Kyiv


A variant of anti-crisis model of state industrial policy in Ukraine is proposed based on the grounds of possibly beneficial for the country specialization in the global division of labor. Target indicators of development of industry in the medium and long term are established, based on them priorities of the industry are proposed. A system of relatively new to the national practice measures of organizational, managerial, technological innovation and investment support of priority sectors is substantiated.
Keywords: deindustrialization, industrial policy, new industrialization.


Language of article: ukrainian


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