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Economy And Social Environment

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  • Oleg BOGOMOLOV

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Market reforms in the post-socialist countries have brought into sharp focus the problem of interconnection and interaction between the economy and the social environment. The economy is inseparable from politics and the operation of the political system, from the state of the social consciousness, the moral and cultural level of the population and from many other aspects of human life and behavior, in short, from everything that can be described by the concept of social environment. Society in every country is a single organism with closely interconnected and interacting parts and systems. Their conjugation and mutual influence are not always apparent and are often overlooked. It is quite easy to see how changes in policy affect the economy and then trace the feedback effect of the economy on policy. It is more difficult to discern the direct and feedback relationship of the economy with administrative relations, with the state of culture, science, morals and public opinion. Meanwhile, an underestimation of these mutual influences is a frequent cause of failures in socio-economic transformation. It is to be regretted that the reforms in Russia were accompanied by a dangerous disruption not only of the economy, but also of the entire system of social relations. What was primary here and what was secondary? In order to answer this question the paper takes a theoretical look at the problem of interaction between the economy and the social environment.

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  • Oleg BOGOMOLOV, 2008. "Economy And Social Environment," Romanian Journal of Economics, Institute of National Economy, vol. 27(2(36)), pages 5-18, December.
  • Handle: RePEc:ine:journl:v:2:y:2008:i:36:p:5-18
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    1. Mihaly Simai, 2009. "The evolution of a post-crisis world - new trends and structures in a turbulent global system," IWE Working Papers 189, Institute for World Economics - Centre for Economic and Regional Studies- Hungarian Academy of Sciences.

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    Keywords

    Development Planning and Policy; Economic Development;

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    • P20 - Economic Systems - - Socialist Systems and Transition Economies - - - General

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