BALANCED SCORECARD OF NATIONAL ECONOMIC SECURITY AS A COMPETITIVENESS PREREQUISITE
Keywords:balanced scorecard, economic security, competitiveness, self-sufficiency, national economy
Enhancing national economic security is a key prerequisite for stable social and economic development of countries under turbulent internal and external factors. The purpose of this paper is to develop a balanced scorecard of national economic security, including competitiveness and self-sufficiency factors of the national economy. Hierarchy analysis and scoring-index method are used to achieve the objective. In the developed system, competitiveness indicators determine the efficiency of the national economic system, while self-sufficiency acts as a guarantee of sustainable development with minimal dependence on foreign partners
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