Taking into account the degree of development of the methods of analysis in the conducted study of the subject, one can distinguish:
- elementary analysis, which includes the distribution of the studied object to elements without establishing mutual relationships,
- functional analysis, which takes into account the relationships between the components of the studied subject,
- logical analysis, which takes into account the logical relations of the components of the studied subject
Taking into account the course of analysis, we can distinguish:
- deductive analysis, in which one passes from the effects to causes,
- inductive analysis in which detailed phenomena are first considered and then proceeds to more complex phenomena.
Taking into account the different degree of deepening the study of indicators, the following are distinguished:
- comparative analysis, which consists in determining direct relationships formed between economic indicators, which allows to determine deviations and make a general assessment based on them;
- causal analysis, which consists in determining appropriately isolated factors that resulted in previously determined deviations and the intensity of their impact.
Which group do you belong to?