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THE SPECIFIC NATURE OF THE PROBLEMS IN THE COST MANAGEMENT IN NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS

 

Levina T.

teacher, Ryazan state radio engineering university, Ryazan

Abstract:

This article describes what is meant by the cost of state organizations, as these costs are classified and what are the main problems connected with the management of costs, namely, state organizations. Problems in the management of costs arise in any organization, but these problems are specific and the solutions to these problems can occur as in any other organization cost reduction or by, which is peculiar to state organizations, namely, through additional funding sources.

Keywords: cost management, state organization, the cost.

In the Russian economy, there are serious structural changes that affect the change in organizational forms and the growth in the number of organizations engaged in various activities, thereby expanding their opportunities to generate new sources of income. However, this is quite a difficult task due to the nature of various forms of management. In this regard, the process of expanding activities in non-profit organizations faces greater variability in possible solutions. Proceeding from the above, the most topical are methodological and practical issues related to the introduction of new types of products or services in organizations of this type, such as the modern way of increasing competitiveness.

References:

Borisova E.I. Efficiency analysis in the non-profit sector: problems and solutions / Borisova EI, Polischuk LI / / Economic Journal of the Higher School of Economics. - 2009. - T.13. - No. 1 - P. 80-100.
Makarova VA, Bunakova EV, Skobeleva I.P. Finances of enterprises (organizations): Textbook. Allowance. SPb .: SPbGUVK, 2010. - 528 p.
Savitskaya GV Analysis of the economic activity of the enterprise: 4th ed., Pererab. and additional. - Minsk: New Knowledge, LLC, 2010. - 508 p.