POSTINDUSTRIALIZATION IN THE DYNAMICS OF SOCIOECONOMIC TRANSFORMATIONS
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.
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