JEL classification: Q15; R 1; P 25
Productive forces are defined as the most important component of the economic system. Increasing the productivity of the resource potential use of the country’s agricultural sector is possible through the implementation of proper state regulation.
The purpose of the research is to generalize the experience of highly developed countries in relation to state regulation of the resource potential productivity in the agricultural sector.
Results. The content of the law of saving time and the law of nationalization is described. The purpose of state regulation of productivity of resource potential use of the enterprises in agrarian sector is defined. The inconsistency of the traditional paradigm of agrarian policy with modern realities has been established. The need to harmonize economic interests between the links of the agro-industrial complex is emphasized. An analysis of the experience of the European Union, the United States and Japan in the field of effective agricultural policy has been conducted. The positions of scientists regarding the requirements for the new agrarian paradigm are considered. The own position concerning comparison of characteristics of traditional and new agrarian paradigm is proved. The inexpediency of determining the average indicators that characterize the agricultural sector is proved. The need for state support in the agricultural sector was emphasized. The necessity of strengthening state regulation of resource potential of the agricultural sector is substantiated through the following levers: antitrust policy, preservation and reproduction of resource potential, credit and financial mechanism, taxation system, regulation of foreign economic activity, special target programs, price regulation of agricultural production. The program of complex increase of productivity of resource potential use is offered as the main organizational mechanism.
Conclusions. State regulation of increasing the productivity of the resource potential of the agricultural sector should be aimed at the development and harmonization of economic interests between the links of the agro-industrial complex.
Key words: competition, resource potential, mechanism, agricultural enterprise, productivity, economic efficiency, state regulation, agricultural sector.
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The article was received 01.08.2019