Labor Productivity As A Factor Of Sustainable Development Of The Region's Territories

Abstract

The article is devoted to the formation of a system of indicators and production indicators built on their basis, aimed at ensuring the sustainability of the economy of the sectors of the territories within the raw material regions and making the necessary management decisions that create conditions for the balance of all its structural elements. The basic non-raw materials industries of the Krasnoyarsk Territory are considered, which are involved in the process of productivity growth as an indicator of competitiveness and ensuring the sustainability of the development of the region's territory. A system of indicators of labour productivity within the framework of non-resource industries and indicators of achieving the efficiency potential calculated on their basis is proposed. The characterization of the state and growth of labour productivity is based on the factor analysis of resources and the results of their use. Labour productivity potential is assessed in terms of production, labour, financial and investment potentials. The database and the obtained results of the study can be used to create a system for monitoring the sustainability of the economic system in the context of industries in terms of labour productivity and can be transformed into larger local formations at the level of macro-districts and the region as a whole, as well as for the operational management of the sustainability of labour productivity based on comparison resources and the efficiency of their use.

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Publisher

European Publisher

First Online

25.09.2021

Doi

10.15405/epsbs.2021.09.02.274

Online ISSN

2357-1330