Statistical Study Of Inter-Sectoral Structure At Macro- And Meso-Levels Of National Economy


The use of universal approach to trends and characteristics of various economies development is relevant as it provides an effective typology for economic systems and contributes to the increase of controllability degree of their development by subjects of economic relations. The goal of this paper is to report the authors` methodological results as foundations for intersectoral structural analysis of economy of any scale and to proves theoretical findings at the macro- and meso levels. The principal methods used in the study are methods of statistical analysis and systematic approach in the framework of aggregation or decomposition of the subject of inquiry. The main research outcomes include a new approach to measuring intersectoral and cross-industry proportions of economic systems, formation of indicators system for the purpose of economic structural analysis and development and testing of a new typology of economic systems. The research results take account of economy development by measuring and assessing the degree of its industrialization or service development using the theory by Fisher-Clark. The approach allows us to talk about a new theoretical approach to the study of inter-sectoral and cross-industrial structures. The main research conclusions include the following: national economy can be represented as a superposition of various types of meso-economics; each meso-economy type can be quantitatively characterized by evolutionary development degree of cross-industrial structure and the development vector of indicators revealing industrialization and service development degree at each level of national economy.

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