Svetlana Avdasheva1, Nadezhda Rozanova, Ekaterina Popovskaya1
  • 1 National Research University Higher School of Economics, 20 Myasnitskaya Str., Moscow, 101000, Russian Federation

Competitive interactions in the Russian economy: sugar market

1997. Vol. 1. No. 2. P. 67–77 [issue contents]

With the development and formation of the market economy in Russia, post-command factors gradually lose their dominant role, and therefore, the external factor of the behavior of firms is associated primarily with market structures. The functioning of Russian firms increasingly depends on the micro-environment of their existence, specific to each industry and each market. The structure of the market becomes a determining factor in the development of the enterprise, the basis of its behavior in the economy. At the same time, the importance of the analysis of competition processes in commodity markets is increasing, which requires the development of special statistical tools, since the available information is not enough to adequately assess the forms, methods of competition and its impact on the economic situation of the enterprise.

In order to study the structure of the market and the situation in the Federal, regional and local markets of sugar, Goskomstat of Russia together with the Ministry of economy of the Russian Federation and territorial bodies of statistics conducted a sample survey in agricultural enterprises, sugar factories, wholesale trade organizations, industrial enterprises-consumers of sugar.

Citation: Avdasheva S., Rozanova N. (1997) Konkurentnye vzaimodeystviya v ekonomike Rossii: rynok sakhara-peska [Competitive interactions in the Russian economy: sugar market]. HSE Economic Journal , vol. 1, no 2, pp. 67-77 (in Russian)
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