Studies on Russian Economic Development

, Volume 20, Issue 2, pp 198–205 | Cite as

Vertical balanced forecasting of the Ukrainian economy’s GDP

  • Yu. S. Arkhangel’skii
International Experience
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Abstract

The predicted accuracy of forecasts of Ukraine’s socioeconomic development worked out by its Council of Ministers and research institutions is analyzed. In order to enhance the accuracy of the forecasts, which are currently based primarily on accounting information and expert appraisals, it is proposed to employ an interindustry balance based on the information collected bottom-up: “enterprise — corporations — ministries — Ministry of Economy”.

Keywords

Forecast Accuracy RUSSIAN Economic Development Accounting Information Economic Management Electric Power Industry 

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