Economic Analysis: History of Development and Major Components

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Lviv Politechnic National University
Lviv Politechnic National University

In the article, the authors investigate the history of economic analysis and the interpretations of economic analysis; define its subject and object, and other major components. The major tasks and directions of economic analysis are described. The classification of factors in the economic analysis and the reserves for increasing production efficiency is done. The major principles of economic analysis are generalized. The place of economic analysis in the system of sciences is identified.

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