THE ECONOMIC NATURE AND STRUCTURE OF MUNICIPAL ECONOMY
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Belokrykova, O. S.
Pogosyan, N. V.
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The paper outlines the essence of communal activities as an economic activity, aimed at providing the essential services for the population to enable normal living conditions in a particular area: natural and social reproduction of individuals. The authors analyze the economic nature of utilities as a type of public goods with such fundamental characteristics as special monopoly, based on the inability of the population to refuse these services, a high social importance, local production and consumption of services. A network of communal services in a territory is understood as a pool of service providers, regardless of the form of ownership and the legal form of the organizations serving the population of a local territorial entity. Dimensions and characteristics of a municipal complex are defined by a set of various factors: geographical, demographic, economic, social, industrial and environmental.
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