The theory of shadow prices as a methodological basis of a promising management system in the military-industrial complex

DOI: 10.33917/mic-4.93.2020.57-66

The article discusses the economic feasibility of using modern development in managing the development of enterprises of the defense-industrial complex in the performance of the state defense order of the theory of shadow prices.

Natural Gas Energy Consumption Strategy by iron and steel industry enterprises

DOI: 10.33917/mic-4.93.2020.38-46

The existing modern conceptual approaches to the formation of an assessment of the natural gas consumption strategy in the steel industry do not allow assessing comprehensively all the processes that occur in the enterprise affecting the efficiency of natural gas consumption. Due to the fact that natural gas acts an important role as a universal energy resource, both in the economy and in international politics, the modern strategy for assessing the consumption of natural gas in the steel industry is becoming a key factor in increasing competitiveness and guaranteeing sustainable economic growth of the country’s steel industry.

The article proposes a conceptual approach to the development of the model in order to assess the strategy of natural gas consumption at iron and steel enterprises, which allows timely management decisions to be taken to increase the organization of efficient energy consumption at the enterprise.

Based on the proposed conceptual approach to assessing the strategy of natural gas consumption at the iron and steel industry, it can be stated that this assessment is interconnected with the assessment of the integral criterion for the implementation of the goals of organizing effective energy management.

The Criterion Apparatus for Evaluating the Effectiveness of Decisions Using Indicators of Shadow Prices and Production Costs

DOI: 10.33917/es-8.166.2019.116-123

One of the key issues that arises when forming criteria for evaluating the effectiveness of decisions on the ratio of shadow prices and product costs, criteria for weapon effectiveness and optimum weapon quality are seemingly self-evident, they are widely used in practice. But are they always valid and effective? In fact, not so simple. Obvious criteria like this often turn out to be not quite correct, or, sometimes, completely wrong. The article will consider this issue in more detail