Zharova L. V. Reconsideration of the international management in terms of modern tendencies

Economic Processes Management: International Scientific E-Journal. 2017. № 2
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Zharova L. V. (2017). Reconsideration of the international management in terms of modern tendencies, Economic Processes Management: International Scientific E-Journal, 2, Retrieved from: http://epm.fem.sumdu.edu.ua/download/2017_2/epm2017_2_10.pdf

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Zharova Lubov Valeriivna
Dr. of Economics, Senior Scientist,
Wisconsin International University, Ukraine;
University of Economics and Humanities, Poland

The article analyzes main directions to reconsider modern international management within sustainable development. Attention is paid to the necessity to comprise all aspects of development far from usual boundaries of the economic growth, including material and non-material life needs. Main directions to form new concept of the international management, particularly, natural resources effective use, necessity to reduce emissions of greenhouse gases, care about health and bio-variety for innovations, are distinguished. It is concluded about mutuality and interdependence of such constituents as corporations and society. It is underlined that being aware and understanding the necessity of changes, society becomes strong and supporting power to realize sustainable development postulates.

international management, sustainable development, social aspects, environmental protection, discrimination

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