StatusThe thesis was presented on the 2 June, 2006
Approved by NCAA on the 29 June, 2006
Abstract– 0.32 Mb / in romanian
– 0.36 Mb / in russian
ThesisCZU 330.13 (043)336.76 (043), 339.72 (043)
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The present work extends and supplements investigations on the theory of modern and advanced market in transitional economy as well as reveals the issues regarding the modern and advanced market’s building up at macro level (national) and mezo level (sugar industry) of the Republic of Moldova.
To realize the research there have been determined general methodological premises. On the basis of evolutionary, complex and multilinear approaches there has been subjected to criticism the absolutisation of “free market” conception, on the one hand, and the theory that negates the necessity of any market while realizing the transition to informational society, on the other hand. In so doing there has been demonstrated the necessity of preservation of market but as an economic institution endowed with advanced development features i.e. as an institutional, regulated, normative, informational and virtual market. These features are dialectically interrelated what has been reflected in the work by a scheme-model of advanced market.
The transition to the modern and advanced market in the Republic of Moldova presupposes the solution of a number of issues with regards to its building up: the perfection of labor division (branch structure of economy), filling of market structure and infrastructure with a new technical-economic and organizational-economic content, creation of institutional environment but to begin with private property forming, prices liberalization, competitive environment promotion and, at the same time, making the conditions for building up the advanced market true. These issues have been exposed and analyzed, first, in accordance with the Plan of Action of the EU-Moldova, its section ”Informational society ”and on the instance of one of the strategic branches of Moldova - sugar industry; secondly, in interdependence with global and European sugar markets.
As an outcome, a mechanism of the issues’ solution has been exposed; a strategy for sugar market development in the Republic of Moldova has been worked out; the recommendations have been elaborated.
The fundamental tenets and conclusions of the thesis contribute to the development of modern and advanced market theory taking into account national specifics and vectorial character of systematic transformations that take place in the republic.
The research materials can be used for the elaboration of strategies concerning social-economic development of market economy and normative acts regarding the perfection of market relations in general and of those in sugar industry in particular; for consulting firms; for the perfection of teaching courses on economic theory and on branch economics.