• Denis Ushakov Suan Sunandha Rajabhat University, Bangkok
Keywords: posindustrialization; cluster-network models, transition from phase to phase; virtualization of the economy; Intranet; transnational corporations


The article operates the evolutionary approaches to study the fundamental reasons for instability phases in social order and further present the theoretical prospects of postindustrial progress. These prospects can be considered as a development of horizontal - vertical partner relationships between economic agents and inter-countries and inter-territorial integration. The authors’ present main factors of instability and irregularity of economy development, also offer the potentially efficient instruments of economic stabilization which could be applied by both national governments and also owners/managers of transnational capital.

Author Biography

Denis Ushakov, Suan Sunandha Rajabhat University, Bangkok

Doctor of economy (macroeconomic) from Russia’ Academy of entrepreneurship, Moscow, Russia (since 2009), academic title of Professor (Russia) and Assistant Professor (Thailand). He works now in International College Suan Sunandha Rajabhat University, Bangkok, Thailand, is a Member of Russian Academy of Natural Science, International Association of organizational innovations. His scientific interests include economy of tourism: theory of tourism market's function, modern trends of development, corporative management; multinational corporation in service's production: organization, strategic management, global competitive resources; government regulation of the service's market; innovative modernization in economical Government's regulation, production's organization. He published more than 60 research papers in federal Russian scientific magazines; 55 research papers in International journals; participated in 42 scientific conferences; prepared 10 training manuals for students of the service professions.


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How to Cite
Ushakov, D. (2018). POSTINDUSTRIALIZATION IN THE DYNAMICS OF SOCIOECONOMIC TRANSFORMATIONS. The EUrASEANs: Journal on Global Socio-Economic Dynamics, (6(13), 18-26.