Commercial and Political Regulation of Logistics

Vladimir Vasilyevich Scherbakov


Knowledge of the causal relationships between management policy and the economy finds its practical importance in justifying the measures trade and political control of logistics. Targeting research is due to the need of creating analytical apparatus preparation of science-based trade-policy decisions. It monitors their implementation in connection with the formulation of the economic problems of the system and situational nature. The article describes the mechanism of trade and political control of logistics, structured by levels of economic hierarchy (macro-, meso-, and micro level) and management functions (planning, motivation, organization, control, and analysis/evaluation). The paper defines methods of trade and political control of logistic processes when making inter-economic exchange in the form of export-import supplies, cooperation, and organization of business entities. The paper investigates options for the preparation of decisions in the framework of integration of administrative and contractual arrangements that determine the development of modern forms of macro-, meso-, and micro-logistics The paper substantiates the regulatory role of the interstate, regional organizations, sectorial and cross-sectorial, cluster, corporate associations in the implementation of the principles and rules of logistics, the construction of supply chain. The paper develops a presentation matrix of the mechanism, designed for the design and monitoring of trade policy-making, taking into account factors logistic efficiency. Approbation is used to prove the relationship of globalization, regionalization, and corporatization of logistics. The paper justifies the ideas and issues that shape the direction of the further development of research.

DOI: 10.5901/mjss.2015.v6n5s4p555

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