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  • General Founder and Publisher:

    Centre of Sociological Research


  • Publishing Partners:

    University of Szczecin (Poland)

    Széchenyi István University, (Hungary)

    Mykolas Romeris University (Lithuania)

    Alexander Dubcek University of Trencín (Slovak Republic)

  • Membership:

    American Sociological Association

    European Sociological Association

    World Economics Association (WEA)





Vol. 3, No 1, 2010

Economics & Sociology is a bi-annual international scholarly journal 

published by Centre of Sociological Research and Foundation of International Studies, 

Ukraine dedicated to advancing socio-economic analysis of societies and economy, 

institutions and organizations, social groups, networks and relationships. We welcome articles 

written by professional scholars and practitioners in economic philosophy, political science, 

history, sociology and business.  


The social economy is an entrepreneurial, not for profit sector that seeks to enhance 

the social, economic and environmental conditions of communities. Social economy 

enterprises are a component of the social economy that are run like businesses, producing 

goods and services for the market economy, but manage their operations and redirect their 

surpluses in pursuit of social and environmental goals 


Increasing economic interaction, allied to the social and political changes evident in 

many parts of the world, especially in the enlarging European Union and associated countries, 

has created a need for more sophisticated perception of the social, political and cultural 

environments, which govern our societies. The Journal, combined with interdisciplinary 

contributions on international developments in social economics, makes a genuinely valuable 

input into current comprehension of the subject and the growth of new ideas. 


Topics of interest for the above area include, but are not limited to, the following: 

• Interdisciplinary Approach to Economics and Sociology 

• Recent Issues in Economic Development 

• Recent Issues in Sociological Research 


The journal serves as a forum for the exchange of information and views between 

academics and practitioners, NGOs and the community, data producers and users. 

This issue includes 14 articles from 18 authors from Ukrainian, Polish, Lithuanian and Czech 

academic establishments and non-governmental organizations. In the Journal, different 

aspects of developing economies and sociology are considered, namely business innovations 

and regional development; labour market issues  in the globalization context; industry and 

sustainable development in selected European countries.


Doc. Dr. Yuriy Bilan,

Prof. Habil. Dr. Dainora Grundey