Determinants to provide the efficiency of integrated development of the light industry enterprises

Iryna Reshetnikova1, Henefa Shvydanenko1, Kateryna Boichenko1
1. SHEE «Kyiv National Economic University named after V. Hetman» (Ukraine)
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Reshetnikova, I., Shvydanenko, H., & Boichenko, K. (2020). Determinants to Provide the Efficiency of Integrated Development of the Light Industry Enterprises. Marketing and Management of Innovations, 3, 157-169.


This article generalizes the arguments and counterarguments within the scientific discourse concerning the problems of integrated development of enterprises in the modern market economy. The main purpose of the research conducted is to create a methodological approach to the assessment and improvement of the integrated development efficiency of the Ukrainian light industry enterprises on the grounds of key determinants identification. For ensuring an extensive and systematic approach in this study, a three-step methodological base has been adopted. The interpretation and synthesis of high-quality data through sifting and sorting materials on key issues and subject matter of enterprise development in the context of integration have been conducted. The tendencies of development of the Ukrainian light industry enterprises have been analyzed to identify the key determinants. An assessment of their impact on the performance of integrated enterprise development has been made. The conducted research used the dialectical, structural and analytical as well as structural and functional analysis as a methodological tool. Methods for multicriteria analysis were used to determine the impact of the identified determinants, in particular, the calculation of the multivariate utility function and the normalization of determining factors. The article shows the results of the analysis of the light industry enterprises development with the help of such key determinants as providing of their own raw materials, availability of specialized mechanical engineering, repair base, properly qualified personnel, operating enterprises development. The integrated development of fifteen light industry enterprises has been diagnosed with the help of such main determinants as financial and resource support, intellectual and innovative potential, economic security, risk level, self-integration, the synergistic effect of integrated business processes. A group of enterprises has been identified, which the development level in the context of its integration is lower than estimated by the methods of classical performance diagnostics at the present stage. The group of enterprises has been identified, where integration processes are effective and have prospects for development. It is established that the integrated development implementation, due account being taken of the full complex of its determinants will promote greater usefulness and efficiency of the studied light industry enterprises functioning. The results of the conducted study can be useful for the efficiency improvement of domestic enterprises based on the integration

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