JEL Сlassification: MO
Tokar Ya. I., Candidate of economic science, Assistant, Department of tourism and recreation, Mukachevo State University, Mukachevo, Ukraine
Demyan Ya. Yu., Candidate of economic science, Senior lecture, Department of Management of Economic Processes , Mukachevo State University, Mukachevo, Ukraine
MANAGEMENT OF THE TOURIST ENTERPRISE STOCKS
Introduction. It was noted that excessive amounts this unproductive investments in assets that integrate additional cost including costs of storage and transportation. Consequently, rationalization of the scope of management is an integral part of tourism businesses efficiency.
Purpose. The problem of optimization has identified objective of the study, which aims on consideration of Stockpiles Management of tourism businesses as a continuous process of defining an optimum profile value of economic means which is reflected in this accounting line.
Results. The author considered the process of optimizing the inventory value of tourism businesses the main areas of which is therefore a optimization solution targeted at search of economic optimum use of resource (implicating issues a smoother process produce and tourism services market. As a basic means illustration of the process used model reflecting the interlink ages between variables, target functions which accepts value in area of allowable values and controllable variable defined, influencing factors and set of optimization functions.
Conclusion. The perspective of further scientific development are to develop means to streamline material flow of tourism businesses.
Keywords: balance structure; stock level; unproductive investments; economic optimum; optimization.
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