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Ukraine's economy on the road to inclusive development

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  • A. Hrytsenko

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On the basis of logico-historical methodology, the article reveals the peculiar features Ukraine's economic development since gaining independence. It is shown that the major historical collisions are determined by the logic of jointly-divided labor, which manifests itself in different historical relationship (market and state, capitalization and socialization, liberalism and socialism, globalization and localization), and at present takes the form of the problem of inclusion of certain elements of socio-economic system in the overall process of social development. The author specifies the factors that caused the peculiarities the market oriented transformation of Ukraine's economy, its inversion nature and basis distortions. Separated the systemic and fragmentary inclusivity, whose reverse side is the social exclusivity that emerges from precarisation. The author justifies the necessity to fill the idea of independence with positive achievements in the context of revealing and realizing this country's internal potential and transition to inclusive development.

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  • A. Hrytsenko, 2016. "Ukraine's economy on the road to inclusive development," Economy and Forecasting, Valeriy Heyets, issue 2, pages 7-20.
  • Handle: RePEc:eip:journl:y:2016:i:2:p:7-20
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