Patterns of World Economic Development Models Formation and Change

421
DOI: 10.20542/0131-2227-2012-7-3-15

L. Fituni, Institute for African Studies, Russian Academy of Sciences (IAS), 30/1, Spiridonovka Str., Moscow, 123001, Russian Federation (africa.institute@yandex.ru).
I. Abramova, Institute for African Studies, Russian Academy of Sciences (IAS), 30/1, Spiridonovka Str., Moscow, 123001, Russian Federation (irina.abramova@inafr.ru).

Abstract.  The authors produced a concept of emergence, evolution and expiration of Global Economic Development Models (GEDM). According to their hypothesis, the transformation of GEDMs occupies the unique intermediate position between stadial and cyclic economic changes. The article offers periodization and description of economic models that existed during the last 200 years, and elaborates on the future characteristics of the emerging GEDM of the 21st century, with special emphasis on natural resources, shifts in the global balance of power, social structures and global governance.

Keywords: global economy, development model, crisis, global governance, resources, middle class 


Registered in System SCIENCE INDEX

For citation:
Fituni L., Abramova I. Patterns of World Economic Development Models Formation and Change. World Eonomy and International Relations, 2012, no. 7, pp. 3-15. https://doi.org/10.20542/0131-2227-2012-7-3-15



Comments (0)

No comments

Add comment







Indexed

 

 

 

 

Dear authors! Please note that in the VAK List of peer-reviewed scientific journals, in which the main scientific results of dissertations for the degree of candidate and doctor of sciences should be published for the “MEMO Journal” the following specialties are recorded:
economic sciences:
5.2.5. World Economy.
5.2.1. Economic Theory
5.2.3. Regional and Branch Economics
political sciences:
5.5.4. International Relations
5.5.1. History and Theory of Politics
5.5.2. Political Institutions, Processes, Technologies

 

Current Issue
2024, vol. 68, No. 5
Topical Themes of the Issue:
  • Are There Any Ways to Break Through the Korean Nuclear Impasse?
  • Contemporary U.S. Taiwan Policy: Balancing on the Edge
  • The Gulf Monarchies’ Vision of the Global Order Transformations and the Russian Place in It
  • At Post-Soviet Space
Submit an Article
INVITATION FOR PUBLICATION
The Editorial Board invites authors to write analytical articles on the following topics:
  • changes in the processes of globalization in modern conditions
  • formation of the new world order
  • shifts in civilization at the stage of transition to a digital society

The editors are also interested in publishing synthesis articles / scientific reviews revealing the main trends in the development of certain regions of the world - Latin America, Africa, South Asia, etc.