Arhive: #4 2011


Integration as the basis of stable and dynamic development of enterprises in agroindustrial complex

Formation of market relations in Russian economy generates an objective need to address a number of problems in the relationship between agroundustrial complex organizations in connection with privatization, liberalization of prices and imbalances in the existing inter-industry production and economic relations that negatively affect the results of their economic activities. Because of the flagrant violations of the replenishment process, a diverse range of connections and relationships between producers and processors was broken. The major direction of lifting agricultural economy in this situation is the development of cooperatives and agroindustrial integration. In addition, the formation of large integrated complexes demonstrates high efficiency and rapid development, which is the basis of agroindustrial sector in many developed countries. The increase of competition forces business entities to combine capabilities and mutually beneficial cooperation in the struggle for the strengthening of market positions. Thus, increasing the degree of integration in the agricultural sector helps to get out of the protracted crisis and move more quickly to the innovations.

Keywords: agroindustrial complex, integration, competitiveness, innovation agroindustrial formations, legally enforceable
enactments

References
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Information about the authors
Ogorodnikov Petr Ivanovich (Orenburg) Ph.D. in Engineering, Professor, Director of the Orenburg Branch of the
Institution of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Institute of Economics, the Ural Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences
(460000 Orenburg, Pionerskaya St. 11; tel.: +7 (3532) 77-22-26; e-mail: ofguieuroran@mail.ru).
Fedorova Ol'ga Aleksandrovna (Orenburg) Assistant Professor at the Orenburg State Agrarian University (460014
Orenburg, Chelyuskintsev St. 22 402; e-mail: Fedorova12@inbox.ru).
Chirkova Valentina Yur'evna (Orenburg) Ph.D. Applicant at the Orenburg Branch of the Institution of the Russian Academy
of Sciences, Institute of Economics, the Ural Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences (460000 Orenburg, Pionerskaya St. 11;
e-mail: ofguieuroran@mail.ru).