Managing of transaction costs of agricultural enterprises in the context of raising the level of economic security of the company

Economic Processes Management: International Scientific E-Journal. 2017. № 1
Section: Economic processes management at microlevel

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Odnoshevnaya O. A. (2017). Managing of transaction costs of agricultural enterprises in the context of raising the level of economic security of the company, Economic Processes Management: International Scientific E-Journal, 1, Retrieved from:

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Odnoshevnaya Olga Aleksandrovna
PhD in Economics, Assistant Professor of Department of Accounting, Audit, Financial and Economic Security Management,
Dnipropetrovsk State Agrarian and Economic University, Ukraine

The purpose of the article deals with the analysis of the concept transaction costs incurred by the agricultural enterprise in the course of their activities. To investigate the effect of transaction costs in the context of improving the economic security of the enterprise. Elements scientific novelty. As element of scientific novelty in the work optimization structure of the formative groups of transaction costs agriculture costs for enterprises is presented . With a view of the effectiveness increase business processes management in the enterprise optimization and provision expenses we consider it necessary to the select transaction costs in separate classification group. As a result of conducted work been detected was the number of research transaction costs agriculture enterprise and recommended conducted work such costs of recommended way. Theoretically was studied classification features of transaction costs for agricultural enterprises, as a condition for the full impact of their recording and that the state of economic security. The practical significance. For the study, the results justified the conclusion that the transaction costs – is a special category of costs, which requires a separate account management for the improvement of its economic security.

transaction costs, classification, efficiency, management, economic security.


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