Interdisciplinary Approach to the Study of State Socio-Economic Systems


  • Olena PRYIATELCHUK Doctor of Economic Sciences, professor of the Department of International Business, Institute of International Relations, Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Ukraine.



Socialization, Economy, Solidarity, Competition, Social Well-Being, Socio-Economic Systems


The success of implementing a state economic policy operating under the conditions of a particular economic model depends on the diversity of aspects. The social one is the most important among them. The social aspect of the economic system and politics is oriented first and foremost to human resources, which is the base of the social-economic system. In this article the interdisciplinary approach has been identified as a priority in the field of study of the essence and development of new types of socio-economic systems, considering the whole complex of factors of their environment of formation. The existence of a close interconnection of economic and social aspects has been determined: the influence of non-economic, including social, determinants on the development and functioning of innovative models of the state structure; ensuring social development through existing economic shifts. It's concluded that an interdisciplinary approach in analyzing the concept of sustainable development and finding ways of its implementation is a necessity.

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Pryiatelchuk, Olena (2022). "Interdisciplinary Approach to the Study of State Socio-Economic Systems" Journal of World Economy: Transformations & Transitions (JOWETT) 1(03):12. DOI: 



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