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INTRODUCTION

The discipline “Industry Economics” studies the conditions for the functioning of sectors of the national economy in various market structures, the development factors of industrial markets, the methodological foundations of the effective management of the industry and firm, as well as the mechanisms of state regulation of industrial development.

The industry economy, like any branch of economic science, has its own subject and research method. The subject of research of the economy of the industry is a combination of various components of the resources used, the patterns of their distribution in the industry aspect, a certain set of economic laws, manifested in the form of methodological foundations for the effective management of industrial socio-economic systems. Effective management of a sectoral socio-economic system should be understood as such a combination of control actions that ensures the functioning and development of the industry but the best option, established on the basis of the relevant criteria of optimality and limitations.

In the study of the discipline, theoretical and empirical methods of scientific knowledge are used: systems theory, regional development theory, public sector theory, as well as methods of factorial, comparative analysis and more.

Industry development is basically an evolutionary process. It is characterized by continuity, reflects the changes taking place in society, in the economy, in the entire system of socio-economic relations. This process is subject to basic economic laws. The specifics of the impact of these laws on sectoral socio-economic systems must be studied in order to develop an optimal system of control actions when deciding on the location of sectoral enterprises, determining the scale of production, volume and range of products, developing pricing and marketing policies, and establishing sales channels.

The development of industries is always associated either with the direct participation of the state (countries with a command and administrative management system), or with its regulatory impact through the formation of legal, macroeconomic, foreign economic, tax, customs and other regulators (economically developed countries).

Particular attention when studying the economy of the industry should be given to the specifics of the industry structure that has formed in the Russian Federation at the present stage.
This structure is characterized by the highest degree of concentration of production both in the industrial sector itself and in the territorial aspect. The situation is aggravated by the underdevelopment and imperfection of the Russian legal regulation of industry development, in particular, antitrust laws.

Due to the special nature of health care as a branch of the national economy, special attention must be paid to the specifics of the manifestations of economic laws, to the features of the functioning of health care enterprises in various market structures. The importance of studying the conditions for the functioning of healthcare in various industry markets

It is also dictated by the need for state regulation of the development of all healthcare sub-sectors, since any branch of the social sphere should not be subject only to market regulators. This function of the state allows to realize the basic constitutional rights of citizens.

In the course of studying the discipline "Industry Economics", students deepen their theoretical knowledge of macro and microeconomics, master practical skills in the methodology of planning industry development, in applying the basic laws of the market in specific economic conditions, in assessing the effectiveness of a health care enterprise.
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