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The article reveals the evolution stages of theoretical and methodological foundations of comparative economics. The author highlights algorithms of comparative analysis as well as theoretical and methodological limitations of four research programs of the new comparative economics. The article justifies the necessity of a comprehensive comparative...
The article examines the impact of social capital characteristics of local communities on the effectiveness of the community-based approach to economic development. The conclusion that such social capital characteristics as (anti)paternalism, solidarity and cooperation have the greatest importance for the economic development is made based on the a...
The article highlights the most important philosophical, ideological and theoretical-methodological gains of synergy in understanding of nature and development mechanisms of modern economic systems. Author analyzes present status and problems of application of synergetic approach in economic research.
The article highlights current theoretical and methodological approaches to the study of the evolution of economic systems. The author reveals theoretical achievements of J. Schumpeter in understanding the mechanisms of self-development of economic systems that are justified in anunorthodox concept of “creative destruction.”