ВДОВЕНКО, Лариса Олександрівна; ЧЕРНЕНКО, Дмитро Сергійович; КЕЛЬМАН, Олександр Валерійович
October 2015
Financial Space;2015, Issue 4, p139
Academic Journal
The article describes theoretical approaches to the interpretation of the economic essence of the category “capital”. It is concluded that capital not only provides the production process, and is a reflection of the efficiency of business entities of agrarian sector of the economy, an integral part of the production cycle, its determinant and the driving force of expanded reproduction, which necessitates an effective management structure to implement the strategy of financial policy of agricultural enterprises. The multidimensional nature of the concept of “capital”, the diversity of its characteristics, which are analyzed in the literature, broadens the understanding of the nature of capital and increase its role in ensuring the continuous production process, including in the agricultural sector of the economy.


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