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Методологическая Концепция Анализа Социально-Экономических Систем
[Methodological approach to the analysis of socio-economic systems]

  • Filippova, Irina

The purpose of the monography is to develop the methodology for analysis of socio-economic systems. To this end, we propose a holistic concept including the system of interrelated concepts and categories, exposing the underlying mechanisms, cause-and-effect relationships and regularities of socio-economic processes. All the more urgent problem is the control of socio-economic processes on the basis of a clear understanding of the hidden underlying mechanisms that give rise to social dynamics. But effective governance requires, firstly, a clear statement of purpose, secondly, the "feedback" from "managed object", ie the monitoring of social reality on the basis of a clear set of indicators characterizing the orientation of social dynamics. In this perspective, the main goal of regulation should be the social progress based on a economic growth subservient to first one. That brings to the fore the problem of accurate determination of the content of this concept. Monitoring the social reality suggests the formulation of key indicators for the "feedback". Thus, if the main purpose of the research is to seek for the way of increasing the controllability of the socio-economic processes, we should elucidate their underlying mechanisms and influencing factors, secondly, clearly identify key indicators, and third, formulate the basic principles of regulation.

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Paper provided by University Library of Munich, Germany in its series MPRA Paper with number 46767.

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