Agriculture Digitalisation as an Economic Growth Indicator (A Comparison of Private Farms in Ukraine and Germany)(Pages 330-339)
Maksym Martyniuk1 and Olga Khodakivska2,*
1PhD in Economics, Leading Researcher at the Department of Land Relations and Environmental Management, National Scientific Centre “Institute of Agrarian Economics”, Kyiv, Ukraine.
2Full Doctor in Economics, Professor at the Department of Land Relations and Environmental Management, National Scientific Centre “Institute of Agrarian Economics”, Kyiv, Ukraine.
The article topic relevance is caused by the exclusive place of the agricultural sector in the Ukrainian economy, so its development will have a significant impact on the agro-industrial complex productivity and on efficiency of the state economy as a whole. The effectiveness of digital technology is confirmed by the example of developed countries, including Germany, the indicators of enterprises which in this article are the basis for comparison with Ukrainian subjects of state management. The article aim is to determine the necessity and substantiate methodological recommendations on implementation of the rural economy digitalisation as an indicator of economic growth in the agrarian economy sector based on the comparison of private farms of Ukraine and Germany. In the research, the general scientific methods were used, including the method of analysis, synthesis, and formalisation; method of comparative analysis; SWOT-analysis; PEST-analysis; graphical and statistical analysis. The research and analysis have allowed proving the necessity and grounds of theoretical and methodological recommendations on the active implementation of digitalisation in the industry. It was found, that for the efficient and safe process of digitalisation, it is necessary to improve the legislative basis for its support, to provide state support for the implementation of actions on digitalisation; improvement of access to information for Ukrainian farmers; creation of conditions for constructive dialogue with foreign scientists; stimulation of investment in science, technology; training of scientists and assessment and minimisation of risks that may be associated with implementation of digitalisation activities.
Agricultural sector; digital technology; information technology; private enterprises.
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Maksym Martyniuk and Olga Khodakivska. Agriculture Digitalisation as an Economic Growth Indicator (A Comparison of Private Farms in Ukraine and Germany). [ref]: vol.20.2022. available at: https://refpress.org/ref-vol20-a40/
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