Cenological Measurement of Productive Efficiency
The article shows the big concern that is caused by the problem of spatial economical and industrial bias. The decision of the given problem by classical methods did not bring the required result testifying that such politics is based on wrong or inadequate diagnosis of the bias reason, as well as the lack of qualitative search of benchmarking target state. The authors offer to consider a spatial and industrial bias not only as economically inefficient, but also non-equilibrium result of regulation politics. Thus, the balance can be considered as some economically-effective recombination of subjects of regional economy or branch enterprises. It is shown that the proposed approach does not reflect the system features of real objects (region, branch etc.) to full extent as it uses a mechanical statistical combination theory, without considering the features of considered systems, being oriented to the model which is not achievable in practice. The given downside is offered to eliminate by applying coenosis theory which uses laws of existence and development of complex systems (type “branch”, “region” etc.), relying on numerous researches in various fields of knowledge. The opportunity to calculate and to generate a specified distribution option allows to use it as the starting point of recombination for more accurate definition of potential-efficiency of the structure of a branch.