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DEMOGRAPHIC SUSTAINABILITY AND ECONOMIC GROWTH: THEORY AND METHODOLOGY

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DOI: http://doi.org/10.31617/visnik.knute.2018(122)05

UDC 338.24.01

NEPYTALIUK Anton,
Postgraduate student of department of management and behavioral economics
Vasyl’ Stus Donetsk National University
21, 600-richia str., Vinnytsia, 21000, Ukraine
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DEMOGRAPHIC SUSTAINABILITY AND ECONOMIC GROWTH: THEORY AND METHODOLOGY

Essence and value of demographic sustainabilityat the terms of globalization are reflected. The theoretical approaches to the verification of the marked category as basis of endogenous increase providing of economy growth are systematized. The factors of providing demographic sustainability and optimal proportions of reproductive process are identified and grouped. Directions of realization of national socio-economic politics with the aim of the state of demographic sustainability achievement are offered.

Keywords: demographic structure, demographic sustainability, economy growth, economic strategy.

 
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