DIVERGENCE AND CONVERGENCE IN GLOBAL DEVELOPMENT

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DIVERGENCE AND CONVERGENCE IN GLOBAL DEVELOPMENT

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Title: DIVERGENCE AND CONVERGENCE IN GLOBAL DEVELOPMENT
Author: Kravchuk, Natalia
Abstract: From a conceptual point of view, this research is dedicated to one of the most disputed problems in the methodology of contemporary intersystem transformations – systematic balance ambiguity, or the “divergence – convergence of global development.” From a compositional point of view, research on this topic has consisted of two main directions: (1) an analysis of global development asymmetry that has activated gravitational processes in geo-economic space; and (2) a direction that focuses on the profound study of the causes for heterogeneity in geo-economic space and divergence in global development under the influence of gravitational factors of nature on the endogenous-exogenous axis. Empirical analyses have revealed systemic determinants of gravitational processes in geo-economic space, a geo-strategic matrix of divergence in global development has been constructed, and Ukrainian geo-strategic positions in geo-economic space regarding the projection of problems in global intersystem transformations have been outlined. The hypothesis that the level of gravitational charge grows under conditions involving the deepening of global development asymmetries has been proved.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10610/2855
Date: 2013


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