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Gryshko Volodymyr

Doctor of Economics, Professor, Head of Management and Logistics Department,Poltava National Technical Yuri Kondratyuk University,24 Pershotravnevyi Ave., Poltava, 36011, Ukraine


Zos-Kior Mykola

Doctor of Economics, Associate Professor, Professor of the Department of Management and Logistics, Poltava National Technical Yuri Kondratyuk University, 24 Pershotravnevyi Ave., Poltava, 36011, Ukraine



Buchnev Maxim

PhD in Economics, Associate Professor, Dean of the Faculty of Management, Donbas State Technical University, 84 Peremohy Ave., Lisichansk, 93100, Ukraine


Polačko Jozef

Engineer, Senior Lecturer, Chairman of the Executive Council,

College of International Management ISM Slovakia in Prešov,

3951/1 Duchnovičovo námestie Str., Prešov, 080 01, Slovak Republic






Abstract: The article presents methodological principles of economic, social and environmental land use efficiency of the agricultural sector. The author’s definition of land types in Ukraine is presented as to their participation in forming the added value of the land interest entities. The author’s own system of criteria for the land management efficiency assessment in the agricultural sector has been developed. Multiplicative indices, mainly included as components of the aggregate indicators of economic, social and environmental activities in the countryside, first suggested for this analysis, were introduced into the calculation for each efficiency type. The essence of these indicators is the ability to assess the intensity and action force of land relations entities. The developed methodology is the basis for determining the integral index of the country’s (region’s) land resources management efficiency.

Keywords: management, efficiency, land resources, agricultural sector, land interest entities, assessment criteria system, aggregate indices, activity in the countryside.

JEL Classification: Q12, Q15.


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