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Project Doctrine of Development of Economy: in Coordinates of Self-fulfilling Prophecies


  • Kushnir Leonid L.

    () (Poltava University of Economics and Trade)


The article analyses content and influence of the scientific and technical progress, resource deficit and ecological crisis in the aspect of project approach to formation of the modern economic system. It considers scientific approaches to their interpretation as scientific categories and as modern factors of socio-economic development. It reveals influence of the studied factors on the world economic development and the system of the national economy. It emphasises importance of the scientific and technical progress as a tool of ecologisation of production. It justifies contradictory nature of its influence on the state of natural environment, society and economy, shows problems of economic practice and ecological security, arising in the result of its deployment. Scientific and technical progress, resource deficit and global ecological crisis are interpreted as self-fulfilling prophecies and as direct results of previous project activity of the mankind. A conclusion is made under their influence with respect to a scenario of development of the civilisation. It shows that the mankind irrevocably entered the era of self-fulfilling prophecies and new social reality, in which further economic planning is possible only in coordinates of the factors studied in the article.

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  • Kushnir Leonid L., 2013. "Project Doctrine of Development of Economy: in Coordinates of Self-fulfilling Prophecies," Business Inform, RESEARCH CENTRE FOR INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT PROBLEMS of NAS (KHARKIV, UKRAINE), Kharkiv National University of Economics, issue 4, pages 8-14.
  • Handle: RePEc:idp:bizinf:y:2013:i:4:p:8_14

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