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Methodological Bases of the Mesoeconomics as a Complex System

Methodological Bases of the Mesoeconomics as a Complex System

Journal of Institutional Studies, , Vol. 10 (no. 3),

The article gives theoretical and methodological explanation of the meso-level of the economics as a complex self-developed system, the directions of mesoeconomic analysis are substantiated. The development of theoretical approaches to meso-level problems is shown, as well as the meso-level interpretation in the framework of the evolutionary-synergetic theoretical paradigm. The meso-level is methodologically described as a development "from the microscopic level to the macroscopic level" (H. Haken). The reason for the allocation of the meso level is that the structures as the main characteristic of the system are formed at this level. The types of self-organization structures of the socio-economic system are considered. The spatial, temporal and functional structures are described. It is shown that the meso-level structure of the system is much more complicated than only the institutional space, and it is closely related. It is concluded that the evolutionary-synergetic theoretical aspect of mesoanalysis can be useful in the search for a new model of Russia's socio-economic development.


Keywords: meso-level of the system; types of meso-level structures; spatial structures; time structures; functional structures as an institutional space

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