Science technology innovation №1(9) 2019


Alieva Vyusalya Safar kyzy – Doctoral Candidate of National Academy of Aviation of the Azerbaijan Republic, Department «World Economy, Baku, 30 Mardakyan Av.; +994702405246;


Abstract. The article discusses the impact of economic areas on the consumption of the population, as well as the basics of consumption management. The relevance of this article is due to the fact that the consumption of the population is formed in relationship with the efficiency of economic areas, with the influence of each average product. The author draws attention to the fact that, in contrast to the concept of production, the concept of consumption, respectively, forms production programs and import-export policies, with the aim of bringing human consumption closer to standard indicators. It was emphasized that the collection of taxes from the population plays a major role for current and future consumption forecasts. Its assessment determines the impact on the amount of money in circulation and, accordingly, on the purchasing power of each family and individual, as well as on the amount of collection. It is especially emphasized that the collection factor significantly depends on the interest rate policy.

Keywords: consumption, economic spheres, incomes, factors, strategy.


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