A meso-level representation of economic systems: a theoretical approach
Some theoretical problems and methodology of meso-economic systems were analysed in this article. For this purpose, systems analysis, synergetic and homeostatic approaches, the basic principles of the theory of logical inference, and research operations were utilised. Meso-systems (including economic ones) were analysed as ways (methods) to reach the macro-goal (in the selected scale). The essence and structure of mezzo-economic systems were shortly discovered.
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