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THE WAYS OF SECURING CRISIS-FREE ECOLOGICALLY FOCUSED DEVELOPMENT OF UKRAINIAN INDUSTRY

Vol. 7, No 1, 2014

 

Iryna Bryzhan

PhD, Docent

Department of Enterprise Economics and Personnel Management

National Technical Yuri

THE WAYS OF SECURING CRISIS-FREE ECOLOGICALLY FOCUSED DEVELOPMENT OF UKRAINIAN INDUSTRY

Kondratyuk University

E-mail:slchorn@meta.ua

 

OlesyaHryhoryeva

PhD, Docent

Department of Enterprise Economics and Personnel Management

NationalTechnicalYuriKondratyukUniversity

E-mail:slchorn@meta.ua

 

ABSTRACT.The paper argues that Ukraine should change conventional concept of economic development, based on extensive consumption of natural resources and a large impact on the environment. The authors present how the concept of sustainable development might function to secure ecologically focused (continuous, crisis-free) industrial development. The main prerequisites to sustainable development are innovations, as well as ecologically loyal institutional rules of business.  But these innovations have to be ecologically focused on nature and for mitigating eco-destructive impact. The authors pay attention to the analysis of ecological problems in development of Ukrainian industrial production during the recession period and propose methodological basis for a concept of ecologically focused anti-recessionary management of industrial production development.

 

Received: January, 2014

1st Revision: March, 2014

Accepted: April, 2014

 

DOI:10.14254/2071-789X.2014/7-1/17

JEL Classification:B31, L60, O11

Keywords:ecological innovations, industrial production, sustainable development, crisis, Ukraine.