The Concept Of The Economic Assessment And Management Mechanism Of Environmental Conflicts
The theoretic-methodological and scientific-methodical approaches to the complex research of ecological-economic contradictions and countermeasures in society are generalized in the article. The socionatural game-theoretic concept of the economic assessment and management mechanism of environmental conflicts on the level of territory is designed. The special attention is devoted to the concept of social responsibility in the context of the research of environmentally caused situations. The comprehensive model of an environmental conflict, reflecting aspects of the environmental conflicts management and the specificity of its embeddedness in the territorial-economic system, is proposed. Within the research of the mechanism of environmental conflicts two groups of instruments with integrated characteristics of both conflict management, and environmental management are considered. According to game-theoretical principles of the proposed model, the prognostic assessment of the environmental conflicts influence on the regional development in Ukraine is performed, on the example of Sumy region.
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