Index

“Conflict-Free” Socio-Economic Systems

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(2019), "Index", Popkova, E.G. (Ed.) “Conflict-Free” Socio-Economic Systems, Emerald Publishing Limited, Bingley, pp. 337-349. https://doi.org/10.1108/978-1-78769-993-920191040

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INDEX

Abuse of law
, 49

Acquisition of gain
, 194

Active regional identity
, 256

Adaptive approach
, 8

Administrative character, economic violation of law
, 58

Administrative system of economy
, 55–56

Admissible scenario
, 31

Aggregate additional income in constant prices (AIadd)
, 329

Aggregate expenditures for management of conflicts (Emcs)
, 329

Aggregate income in current prices (AIcp)
, 329

Aggregation
, 166–167

Agro-industrial regions
, 185

Alliance of Professional Mediators
, 67

Alternative Mortgage Parity Act
, 104

American Arbitration Association (ААА)
, 106

Anglo-American model of corporate governance
, 84

Antagonistic method
, 95

“Anti-conflict” policy
, 303

Anti-crisis

development
, 1–2

management of economy
, 230

Anti-monopoly law violations
, 58

Anti-social settings
, 50

Arbitration Fairness Act (2017)
, 104–105

Arbitration Procedure Code of RF
, 64

Asia, emerging and developing
, 204

Avalanche effect
, 30, 32

Balance of federal budget
, 115

Bankruptcy
, 94

Belgian Criminal Code
, 52

Bifurcation point
, 30, 31

Branding
, 268

Bricolage character of clusters
, 260

BRICS countries
, 214

Budget Code of RF
, 57–58

Bureau of Financial Protection of Consumers (CFPB)
, 103

Business
, 193

analysis
, 195

companies
, 78

entities
, 78, 192–193

positive concept
, 193

pragmatic concept
, 193

society
, 66

Causal connections between conflicts in socioeconomic systems
, 14, 16–17

materials and method
, 14–15

results
, 15–18

treatment
, 14

Civil character, economic violation of law of
, 58

Civil Code
, 57–58, 60

of Russian Federation
, 77, 84–85

Civil rights
, 106

Civil violations of law
, 58–59

Classification criteria (see also Corporate conflicts)
, 89

applicable law
, 95

case study
, 96–97

consequences
, 96

correlation with legitimate behavior
, 93

exclusivity
, 97

objectives of conflict
, 92–93

organizational and structural unit of corporate management
, 91

primary content
, 92

sectoral characteristics
, 93–95

subject content
, 90

subjects’ relation to corporation
, 91–92

Clusters/clustering
, 269, 271

approach implementation
, 259

of developing countries
, 271–272

policy
, 271–272

strategic regulation of
, 271–272

Code on Administrative Violations
, 57–58

Coefficient

of determination
, 132–133

of multiple correlation
, 133

Collection of legislation of the Russian Federation (CLoRF)
, 80

Collective behavior and innovational conflict theory
, 40–41

Commonwealth of Independent States
, 204

Competition
, 56

Competitiveness
, 329

management
, 325

Compromise method
, 95

Conceptual approaches to treatment of essence of conflict
, 6

comparative analysis
, 7

as economic category
, 9

materials and method
, 6

results
, 6–10

Conflict of socioeconomic system
, 21, 22, 30, 157, 229, 290

algorithm of transition of conflict into crisis
, 143

as bifurcation point
, 32

comparative analysis
, 141

conceptual model
, 157

of countries of world (2008)
, 291

in dynamic socioeconomic system
, 33

existing conceptual static model
, 156

materials and method
, 22–23, 30–31, 140, 156–157, 288

methodological recommendations and criteria
, 289

results
, 23–25, 31–33, 140–143, 157–159, 288–292

“Conflict-free” character
, 1–2, 287, 288

“Conflict-free” development of socioeconomic systems
, 236, 243, 277, 287, 288, 321

materials and method
, 236, 244–245

model
, 238

principles of
, 245

results
, 237–239, 245–247

treatment of phenomena and processes
, 237

“Conflict-free” socioeconomic system (see also Stagnating socioeconomic systems)
, 229, 230, 279, 287, 315–316, 327, 336

dynamics of GDP in constant prices
, 232

effectiveness of development
, 328

materials and method
, 230, 328–329

results
, 230–233, 329–332

transition algorithm of modern socioeconomic systems
, 317

at various phases of conflict
, 231

Conflict(s) (see also Corporate conflicts; Legal conflicts)
, 5–8, 13, 102–103, 139, 235, 236, 335–336

character
, 288

conflict-related studies
, 40

developed countries
, 279

developing countries
, 281

of interest
, 76, 80

legal description
, 80–81

management
, 39–40

region
, 310

in social development
, 39

Constitutional Court of Russian Federation
, 84–85, 96

Consumer
, 102

conflict
, 104–105

of financial services
, 105

Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (2016)
, 104

Consumer Leasing Act
, 104

Consumer Protection Act (2010)
, 104

Contradiction
, 81, 231, 233

dynamics of growth of global GDP and selected indicators
, 121

materials and method
, 120–121

results
, 122–124

Contradictory processes
, 251–252

Coordination bond
, 299

Corporate blackmail
, 83–84

Corporate conflicts (see also Legal conflicts)
, 75, 90

case study
, 82–85

economists
, 81

legal description
, 80–81

problems of legal regulation
, 77–80

termination method
, 95–96

Corporate disputes
, 75, 95

Corporate governance
, 83, 297

Anglo-American model
, 84

Japanese-German system
, 84

methodology
, 298

results
, 298–305

Corporate law, signs of conflict as legal category in
, 81–82

Corporate management
, 77

organizational and structural unit
, 91

Corporate relations
, 77, 95

Corporate social
, 196

Corporation
, 77, 94, 298, 299

management
, 90

subjects’ relation to
, 91–92

Counter-conflict management of socioeconomic systems
, 321

Credit card agreements
, 106

Credit organizations
, 101

Crime
, 51–52

rate
, 48

Criminal Code
, 57–58

of Germany
, 52

of Moldova
, 52

of Norway analysis
, 52–53

of Republic of San Marino
, 52–53

of RSFSR
, 55–56

of Switzerland
, 52

of USSR
, 55–56

Criminal law mechanisms
, 95

Crisis of socioeconomic systems
, 1, 8, 119, 127, 129, 173, 223, 335

algorithm of transition of conflict into crisis
, 143

comparative analysis
, 141

depth of
, 290

duration of
, 290

management
, 111–112, 123–124, 148, 149, 316, 322

materials and method
, 140, 202

results
, 140–143, 203–206

Critical concept of business
, 193

Cultural and religious fundamentalism
, 309

Decision-making process
, 185–186

Decree of Ministry of Education and Science of RF
, 66, 68

Delinquency
, 52

Destructive consequences
, 96

Deviant behavior
, 40–41

Digital economy
, 323–324

Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform
, 104

Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act (2010)
, 104

Domestic economic crimes
, 58

Double wave of crisis
, 169

Dynamic system
, 31

Economic

agents
, 182

conflicts
, 15, 21, 25, 112, 142, 148

crime
, 57

cycles
, 111, 113

digitization
, 177

entity
, 194

growth
, 112, 166, 173, 210

indicators
, 147

interests
, 157–158

and legal method
, 59

reality
, 157–158

relations
, 55, 57–58

security
, 247, 290

societies
, 298

systems
, 1, 127, 128, 147, 181, 210, 299

theory
, 127, 139

Economic crisis
, 1, 139, 149, 155–156, 173–174, 203, 239

in Japan
, 233

in Turkey
, 233

Economic effects
, 128

dynamics of values of indicators
, 130–131

materials and method
, 128–131

multiple regression dependence
, 132

objective and subjective of crisis
, 129

ratio of social and economic of crises
, 133

results
, 132–133

Economic violation of law (see also Violation of law)
, 55–56

analysis
, 56–60

of civil character
, 60

Educational programs of additional training
, 66

Educational services in sphere of mediation
, 66–67

Effectiveness of development of “conflict-free” socioeconomic system (Edcs)
, 330, 331

Egoism
, 49

Electronic Fund Transfers Act
, 104

Endogenous clusters
, 271–272

Entrepreneur financial organizations
, 101–102

Equal Credit Opportunity Act (1974)
, 103–104

Equality
, 60

Established residents
, 255

Ethnic identity
, 255

Euro area
, 203

Europe, emerging and developing
, 205

European “Civil Law Convention on Corruption”
, 57

Exclusivity criterion
, 97

External bifurcation
, 238

External contradiction
, 238

External relations
, 90

Fair Credit Reporting Act
, 104

Fair Debt Collection Practices Act
, 104

Fake bankruptcies
, 94

Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
, 103

Federal law
, 267–268

on Joint-Stock Companies
, 301

provisions
, 65–66

Federal Reserve System
, 103

Federalism
, 251–252

Financial agreements
, 106

Financial and economic centers
, 184

Financial conflicts in USA
, 103–105

non-state institute of legal regulation of
, 105–106

state institute of legal regulation of
, 103–105

Financial crisis (2008)
, 233

Financial effects
, 119

Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA)
, 105–106

Financial institutions
, 101, 102

Financial market
, 101

Financial mechanism
, 322

Financial services

and methods
, 101

and products
, 103

providers
, 105

Financial Services Industry in United States (2018)
, 102

“Forced border”
, 312

Forecast period
, 221

Foreign

business
, 191

economic activities
, 319

legal literature
, 51–52

trade management
, 325

Formalism
, 52

Free entrepreneurial activities
, 56

Freeman, E. (founder of stakeholder theory)
, 194

Functionality of conflict
, 40–41

GDP per capita (GDPpc)
, 120, 210–211

Geo-political constants
, 307

Geopolitical space–trans-border region
, 308

Global community
, 57

Global economy
, 319

crisis
, 176, 243–244, 287, 288

system
, 165, 166, 201, 202

Global financial crisis (2008)
, 127–128, 277–278

Global level conflicts
, 6

Global Reporting Initiative (GRI)
, 196

Globalism
, 309

Globalization
, 308

management
, 324–325

Growth rate of GDP
, 176, 221, 223

Harmful action
, 52

Hidden conflicts
, 29

Hierarchy-organized complex systems
, 298–299

High-tech clusters
, 270

Home Mortgage Disclosure Act
, 104

Human
, 128

factor
, 18, 129

rights
, 60

Identity (see also Regional identity)
, 252

ethnic
, 255

indifference regional
, 256

passive regional
, 256

social
, 252–253

territorial
, 254

IMF
, 166–167, 174

Incompatibility of opposite values theory
, 40–41

Index of conflict character (Iconf)
, 290

Indicator
, 288–290

Indifference regional identity
, 256

Indigenous population
, 254

Industrial regions
, 184

Inflation
, 113–114, 115, 128

growth
, 173–174

Innokam brand
, 268

Innovational

activity
, 173

development management
, 324

entrepreneurship
, 168

mechanism
, 322

potential
, 246

territorial cluster development
, 261

Innovativeness
, 290

Institutional

aspect
, 303

development of regional clusters
, 267

dysfunctions
, 270–271

logic
, 270

trap
, 156, 158

Insurance policies
, 106

Insurers
, 102

Integration brand
, 268

Inter-subject
, 6–8

conceptual approach
, 22

Interested party transaction
, 304

Internal conflict management
, 323

Internal dynamism
, 252

Internal relations
, 90

International Monetary Fund
, 120, 128–129

Japan, economic conflict in
, 233

Japanese-German system of corporate governance
, 84

Joint-stock companies
, 90–91

Juglar cycles
, 113

Jurists, scientific developments of
, 40

Justice

in civil law
, 60

of civil responsibility
, 58–59

Kitchin cycle
, 113

Knowledge economy
, 128–129

Kuznets swings
, 113

Latent conflicts
, 24, 29

Latin America and Caribbean, economic system of
, 205

Law on Fair Lending (Truth in Lending Act)
, 104

Legal conflicts (see also Corporate conflicts; Mediation method of solving legal conflicts)
, 40, 41, 80, 141

analysis
, 40–43

management
, 42

Legal nature, conflicts with
, 25

Legal norms
, 49, 51, 58–59

Legal policy
, 59

Legal responsibility
, 55

Legal state
, 49

Liberal organizational culture
, 317–318

Licensing rules
, 58

Local residents
, 255

“Local/global” theoretical model
, 309

Locke liberalism
, 59

Logical analysis
, 140

Lost profit due to management of conflicts system (LPmcs)
, 330

Macro-level conflicts
, 6, 8

Macrolevel social conflicts
, 141

Major advanced economies countries (G7 countries)
, 203, 210–211, 221

Management of “conflict-free” socioeconomic systems
, 322, 323

materials and method
, 322

results
, 323–325

Management of conflicts
, 24

Market system of economy
, 55–56

Marxism
, 40–41

Marxist point of view
, 56

Marxist theory

of law
, 49

of state
, 48

“Maximizing minor’s authority”
, 302

Mediation
, 106

Mediation method of solving legal conflicts
, 63–64, 65

Arbitration Procedure Code of RF
, 64

conduct
, 66–68

federal law provisions
, 65–66

in Russia
, 68–69

Mediators
, 66

general analysis of problem of preparation
, 66–68

non-professional
, 66

recommendations and decisions
, 64

self-regulating organizations
, 66

Membership
, 78–79

participation
, 79

Mendelow matrix
, 194

Meso-level clusters
, 270

Micro-level conflicts
, 6, 8

Microfinance organizations
, 102

Microlevel inter-personal conflicts
, 141

Minimal state
, 59

Mitchell’s model
, 194

Modern “conflict-free” systems
, 336

Modern economic theory
, 5, 111, 119, 139

Modern post-crisis global economic system
, 209

Modern social knowledge
, 39

Modern socioeconomic systems
, 111–112, 287

Moscow State Law University (MSLU)
, 75, 101

Multi-sectoral approach
, 90

Multi-variant legal constructions
, 43

Multiple linear regression model
, 132–133

Multiple regression dependence
, 129, 132

National Organization of Mediators
, 67

National socioeconomic system
, 182

Natural “non-conflict character”
, 328

Negative attitude towards regional identity
, 256

Neo-classical approach
, 260

New Economic Foundation
, 174

New Russian economy
, 182

“Non-conflict character” of modern socioeconomic systems
, 243–244

Non-crisis development
, 1–2

Non-established residents
, 255

Non-monetary solution
, 104

Non-professional mediator
, 66

Non-profit Cossack societies
, 77

Non-profit partnership
, 67

Non-recurrent process
, 155

Non-state institute of legal regulation of financial conflicts in USA
, 105–106

Non-stationary regional entities
, 309

Non-territorial theoretical model
, 309

Objective economic

factors
, 151

indicator
, 128

Objects of legal and criminal protection
, 52–53

On Fair Arbitration (2017)
, 104–105

Optimistic scenario
, 236, 335

Organic interconnection theory
, 40–41

Organizations
, 66

activities
, 68

creation
, 66–68

Overproduction
, 173

Ownership of property
, 59

Participation
, 78–79

Passive regional identity
, 256

Peripheral clusters
, 272

Pessimistic scenario
, 236, 335

Political corruption
, 49

Political science
, 141

Post-crisis restoration
, 165, 167, 290

Power
, 93

Preferable scenario
, 31

Principle

of balance
, 246, 278, 279

of closed economy
, 244

of compatibility
, 328

of connection in time
, 328

of founding on real sector of economy
, 244

of insurance of risks
, 244

of interval
, 328–329

of moderate
, 278, 279

of moderate openness
, 247

of post-crisis innovational development
, 244

of ratio
, 328

of self-regulation of socioeconomic system
, 278, 279, 317–318

of stability
, 246, 278, 279

of sustainability
, 278, 279

of systemic management of conflicts
, 278, 279

Prism
, 112

of theory of cycles
, 113, 158

Privacy of Consumer Financial Information Act
, 104

Private law mechanisms
, 94

Production cooperatives
, 78

Professional training for mediators
, 66–67

Property

criterion
, 77

relations
, 93

Public danger, quality of
, 52

Public relation
, 79–80

Qualitative break-even analysis
, 148

Qualitative corporate governance
, 302–303

Quick termination of negative reaction
, 169

Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act
, 104

Region(al)
, 308

agro-industrial
, 185

clusters
, 273–274

commonness
, 255

community
, 252, 255

conflict
, 310

economic system
, 182

geopolitical space–trans-border
, 308

industrial
, 184

innovational strategies and programs
, 270

trans-border
, 308–310

trans-conflict
, 308–310

Regional clusters
, 260

in EU countries
, 270–271

institutional barriers and limitations of
, 269–270

Regional identity
, 253, 254, 255, 256–257

active
, 256

dynamics
, 253

negative attitude towards
, 256

passive
, 256

research methodology
, 252–253

results
, 253–257

Regionalism
, 251–252

Regionalization
, 308

Regression analysis
, 120, 122, 129, 132, 176, 278–279

Regulatory mechanism
, 322

Relations
, 193

corporate
, 77, 95

economic
, 55, 57–58

external
, 90

internal
, 90

property
, 93

Research hypothesis
, 253

Research methodology
, 252–253

Resource-intensive negative reaction
, 143

Risk management of innovational activities
, 324

Russia, mediation method of solving legal conflicts in
, 68–69

Russian Corporate Governance Code
, 300

Russian economy
, 114

Russian Federation
, 80, 184–185

Civil Code
, 90

Russian institute of professional mediation
, 67

Russian justice
, 63

Russian legal science
, 40–41

Russian legal system
, 96

Russian mentality
, 51

Russian national culture
, 51

Russian Orthodox culture, Western values for
, 51

Russian procedural system
, 63, 64

Satellites
, 57

Scientific developments of jurists
, 40

Seizure
, 94

Self-organization
, 288

Self-regulation
, 260

organizations of mediators
, 66, 67

of socioeconomic system
, 245

Self-regulatory organizations (SRO)
, 91

Self-sufficiency
, 290

Separatism
, 309

“Shadow” military conflict
, 311

Signs of “conflict-free” socioeconomic system

indicators of crisis
, 280

indicators reflecting observation of “conflict-free” development principles
, 279

materials and method
, 278–281

ratio of values of indicators
, 283

regression analysis results
, 282

results
, 281–283

Social advantages (SA)
, 329

Social capital
, 271

Social communities
, 252–253

Social conflicts (see also Legal conflicts)
, 42–43, 139, 140, 142

Social constructivism
, 253

Social crises
, 174

Social effects
, 128

connections between distribution of conflicts within
, 151

dynamics of values of indicators
, 130–131

as manifestations of conflicts
, 150

materials and method
, 128–131, 148

multiple regression dependence
, 132

objective and subjective of crisis
, 129

ratio of social and economic of crises
, 133

results
, 132–133, 149–151

Social identity
, 252–253

Social indicators
, 147

Social interaction
, 39

Social justice
, 58–59

Social nature, conflicts with
, 25

Social philosophy
, 48

Social policy
, 124

Social sciences
, 141

Social self-determination of individual
, 252–253

Social systems
, 139, 299

Social tension theory
, 40–41

Social therapy methodology
, 39–40

Society
, 181

Sociocultural uniqueness
, 252

Socioeconomic systems (see also “Conflict-free” socioeconomic system)
, 5, 6, 111, 148, 155, 181–182, 288–290

causes of conflicts in
, 18

growth and development of
, 123

management
, 220–221, 321

materials and method
, 112–113, 166–167

model
, 167, 168

priority of functioning and development
, 13

results
, 113–115, 167–169

traditional state regulation
, 321–322

2008 crisis on development
, 165

Sociology
, 48

Soft institutional “gaps” of clusters
, 272

Solidarity
, 39, 40–41, 251–252

Soviet civil law
, 82–83

Spirit of Roman Law, The
, 82

Stability
, 290

Stagnating socioeconomic systems (see also “Conflict-free” socioeconomic system)
, 220

conceptual approaches to treatment of
, 221

growth rate of GDP dynamics in constant prices
, 222

materials and method
, 220–221

results
, 221–223

Stagnation
, 219, 223

Stakeholder

approach
, 191, 192–193

of business dealing
, 193

interaction with internal stakeholders
, 196

theory
, 194

State cluster policy
, 259

State court procedure
, 66

State institute of legal regulation of financial conflicts in USA
, 103–105

Stock market
, 14

Structural bond
, 299

Structural programming method
, 317

Sub-Saharan Africa, economic system of
, 202, 206

Subjective causes of conflicts
, 18

Surface analysis
, 40–41

Sustainability
, 32, 179, 246, 290

of development of regional socioeconomic system
, 187

materials and method
, 181–182

results
, 183–186

social and economic systems
, 182

Sustainable development
, 15, 112, 182–184, 209, 210, 297–298

of business entities
, 191

of economic entities
, 191, 196

implementation
, 197

materials and method
, 194–196

results
, 196

reviewing literature
, 192–193

strategy
, 181

Sustainable organic systems
, 299

Sustainable socioeconomic development
, 183

Sustainable socioeconomic systems (see also Stagnating socioeconomic systems)
, 210

dynamics of GDP per capita in current prices
, 212–213

estimate values of indicator of sustainability and of stability
, 214

materials and method
, 210–211

regression dependence characteristics of indicator of sustainability
, 215

results
, 211–215

Symbolic capital
, 253

System of symbols
, 253

Systematization method
, 288

Systemic management of conflicts
, 246

Tax Code of RF
, 57–58

Techocentrism approach
, 260

Tendency
, 191

Territorial clusters
, 259–260

comparative analysis
, 264–265, 266

innovational territorial clusters of RF
, 262–263

methodology
, 260–261

ranking of target directions of regional programs
, 267

results
, 261–274

Territorial(ism)
, 310

economic system
, 185

identity
, 254

system
, 183

theoretical model
, 309

“Territory and Justice”
, 307

Theoretical model

of conflict
, 29, 30

local/global
, 309

territorial/non-territorial
, 309

Theory

of economic conflicts
, 221, 235, 236, 239, 243, 277

of economic crises
, 235

of economic cycles
, 111, 119, 156–157, 201–202, 219, 220–221, 235

of economic growth
, 119, 219, 220–221, 235

of interest
, 82

of justice
, 60

of symbolic capital
, 253

Third parties
, 83

Traditional “border as barrier”
, 307–308

“Traditional” territorial arguments
, 307

Trans-border region
, 308–310

Trans-conflict region
, 308–310

Trans-regional union of Mediators ‘Soglasie’
, 67

Transition algorithm of modern socioeconomic systems

to “conflict-free” path of development
, 317

materials and method
, 316–317

results
, 317–319

Transition of crisis from stimulator of economic development

dependence of index, results of regression analysis of
, 176, 178

dependence of unemployment rate, results of regression analysis of
, 177

initial data for regression analysis
, 175

materials and method
, 174–175

results
, 176–178

Transnationalism
, 309

Turkey, economic conflict in
, 232–233

U.S. Department of Treasury (2017)
, 103

Undesirable scenario
, 31

Unemployment rate
, 113–114, 115, 120, 128, 173–174

Unsustainable regional entity
, 309

US Bureau of Consumer Protection
, 105

US financial market
, 102–103

non-state institute of legal regulation of financial conflicts
, 105–106

state institute of legal regulation of financial conflicts
, 103–105

Violation of balance
, 149, 155–156

Violation of law (see also Legal conflicts)
, 47–48

analysis
, 48–53

legal literature
, 51–52

Vivid conflicts
, 23

Vivid negative reaction
, 169

Voluntary-compulsory charity
, 185–186

Western democracies
, 51

World economy
, 122

Zelenograd (innovational territorial cluster)
, 269

Prelims
Introduction
Part I The Theory of Conflicts in Socio-economic Systems
Chapter 1 Conceptual Approaches to Treatment of the Essence of Conflict as an Economic Category
Chapter 2 Causal Connections between Conflicts in Socio-economic Systems
Chapter 3 Classification of Conflicts in Socio-economic Systems
Chapter 4 Conflicts of Socio-economic Systems as Their Bifurcation Points: Theory and Methodology of the Systemic Approach
Part II Legal Conflict
Chapter 5 The Notion of Legal Conflict
Chapter 6 Violation of Law as a Legal Conflict
Chapter 7 Economic Violation of Law as a Conflict
Chapter 8 Mediative Method of Solving Legal Conflicts
Part III Legal Focus of Inter-corporate Financial Conflictology
Chapter 9 Corporate Conflicts in the System of Public Relations, Law, and Legislation of the Russian Federation
Chapter 10 Classification Criteria: Defining the Specific Features of Corporate Conflicts
Chapter 11 The Concept and Legal Framework for Judging Corporate Conflicts on the US Financial Market
Part IV The Concept of Growth and Development of Socio-economic Systems
Chapter 12 Methodology of Studying Socio-economic Systems through the Prism of the Theory of Cycles
Chapter 13 Contradiction of Influence of Crises on Growth and Development of Socio-economic Systems
Chapter 14 Comparison of Social and Economic Effects that Accompany Crises of Economic Systems
Part V Conceptual Substantiation of Studying Crises of Socio-economic Systems from the Positions of the Theory of Conflicts
Chapter 15 Crises and Conflicts of Socio-economic Systems: Similarities and Differences
Chapter 16 Social Effects of Crises of Economic Systems as Manifestation of Conflicts in Them
Chapter 17 Conceptual Model of Conflict of Socio-economic System as an Analogue of the Model of Economic Cycle
Part VI Reconsidering the Role of Crises in Development of Socio-economic Systems as a Result of the 2008 Global Crisis
Chapter 18 Common Regularities and Peculiarities of the Influence of the 2008 Crisis on Development of Socio-economic Systems
Chapter 19 Transition of Crisis from Stimulator of Economic Development into a Source of Social Problems
Chapter 20 Sustainability as a Strategic Goal of Managing Growth and Development of Modern Socio-economic Systems
Chapter 21 Sustainable Development of Economic Entities: Key Objectives, Stages, and Stakeholder Interests
Part VII Classification of Participants of the Global Economic System from the Position of the Theory of Economic Cycles
Chapter 22 Socio-economic Systems in the Phase of Crisis (Long Recession)
Chapter 23 Sustainable Socio-economic Systems
Chapter 24 Stagnating Socio-economic Systems
Part VIII “Conflict-free” as a New Direction of Development of Modern Socio-economic Systems
Chapter 25 “Conflict-free” as a Characteristic of the Process of Development of Socio-economic Systems
Chapter 26 Development of “Conflict-free” Socio-economic System: A View from the Positions of the Theory of Conflicts and the Theory of Systems
Chapter 27 The Basic Principles of “Conflict-free” Development of Socio-economic Systems
Part IX The Fundamental Platform for Studying “Conflict-free” Socio-economic Systems
Chapter 28 Factors of Regional Identity as a Dynamic Structure
Chapter 29 Socio-economic Aspects of Formation and Development of Territorial Clusters in the Context of Global and Russian Institutional Problems
Chapter 30 Signs of “Conflict-free” Socio-economic System
Chapter 31 Methodological Recommendations and Criteria of Measuring of “Conflict” Level of Socio-economic System
Part X Perspectives of Managing “Conflict-free” Socio-economic Systems
Chapter 32 Efficient Corporate Governance Is a Driving Force of Uncontroversial Development of Corporation as a Local Social and Economic System
Chapter 33 Trans-border Region vs Trans-conflict Region: Similarities and Differences in Management of Territorial Borders
Chapter 34 Algorithm of Transition of Modern Socio-economic Systems to a “Conflict-free” Path of Development
Chapter 35 The Mechanism of Managing “Conflict-free” Socio-economic System
Chapter 36 Methodological Approach to Evaluating the Effectiveness of Development of “Conflict-Free” Socio-economic System
Conclusions
Index