Indirect Damages Of Chernobyl Disaster: Socio-Economic Dynamics
The article is devoted to estimation’s range of problems and change dynamics of indirect Chernobyl disaster’s damages. It is analyzed the existing methodological approaches to evaluation of socio-economic and ecology-economics’ aftereffects. It is criticized the official approaches to detection the country’s economy negative profits. It is given the authors’ sight on the accident’s lessons and aftereffects through the prism of Ukrainian development and the nuclear power engineering’s global tendencies.
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