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Section: Economic Theory
UDC 101.1:316
Haharinov O. V., Kobziev P. M., Kotliar A. A.
Enthropogenic Systemic Catastrophe of the XX Century: Essence, Causes, Consequences (p. 8 - 15)

The authors suggest to explore the topic of the true reasons for the collapse of the USSR as the main factor of contemporary low level of socio-economic development of many post-Soviet countries (Ukraine, Russia, Moldova, etc.). Based on the results of a system analysis of the approaches to creation and functioning of the Soviet State system, conducted by the authors, the understanding of what happened with the Soviet Union is going to be fundamentally changed. Pushing to the background the well-known causes of disintegration of the USSR, the authors propose a number of systemic causes: incompetence of creators of the state system in the sphere of establishing artificial organizational systems, such as state; ignoring systemic principles of creation and systemic regularities in the organization of function of artificial organizational systems; absence in the basic law (constitution) of rules and regulations for state functioning. Reasoning from the above considerations, the essence of disintegration of the USSR has been explained as an enthropogenic catastrophe, based on the unmanaged process of entropy increase in the artificial organizational systems, which leads to their breakup (self-destruction). The authors provide scientific substantiation and warn that, in the absence of attention to the causes of this kind, disasters in the post-Soviet space will eventually be repeated (e.g., in case with the Russian Federation), most probably on a larger scale and with more tragic consequences.
Keywords: enthropogenic catastrophe, system approach, collapse of the USSR, progressing factorization, systemic crisis
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Haharinov Oleksii V. – Graduate Student, Simon Kuznets Kharkiv National University of Economics (9a Nauky Ave., Kharkiv, 61166, Ukraine)
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Kobziev Petro M. – Candidate of Sciences (Physics and Mathematics), Associate Professor, Department of Economics of Enterprise and Management, Simon Kuznets Kharkiv National University of Economics (9a Nauky Ave., Kharkiv, 61166, Ukraine)
Email: [email protected]
Kotliar Alona A. – Graduate Student, Simon Kuznets Kharkiv National University of Economics (9a Nauky Ave., Kharkiv, 61166, Ukraine)
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Haharinov, Oleksii V., Kobziev, Petro M., and Kotliar, Alona A. (2015) “Enthropogenic Systemic Catastrophe of the XX Century: Essence, Causes, Consequences.” Business Inform 5:8–15.


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