Prospects of Human Development in the BRICS fields: Global Management Problems
The article analyses main directions of mutual co-operation of BRICS countries in the context of problems of global management of construction of the new international economic order. It marks main components of the system of growing influence of BRICS on formation of a more just, balanced and rational architecture of the world economy and politics. The foundation of the strengthening consolidation and possible future institutionalisation of the block is formed by developed trade relations, close national models of development and principally similar approaches solution of global problems of humanity. Objectively the prospects of the block expansion by means of joining of other actively developed economies to its platform with preservation of favourable conditions of investing into human capital and modernisation of mechanisms of co-operation through the system of settlements in national currencies are quite real.
Volume (Year): (2013)
Issue (Month): 4 ()
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