|PROBLEMS OF MODERN ECONOMICS, N 1 (57), 2016|
|EURASIAN ECONOMIC PERSPECTIVE: PROBLEMS AND DECISIONS|
|Selishcheva T. A.|
Chair of Economic Theory and the History of Economic Thought, St. Petersburg State Economic University, PhD (Economics), Professor
Deputy Director, Institute of Economics and Business Administration, Central China Pedagogical University (Wuhan, Hubei, People’s Republic of China), PhD (Economics), Professor
Potepenko A. V.
Assistant Professor, Chair of Economic Theory, National Mining University “Gornyi” (St. Petersburg), PhD (Economics)
Ananiev A. A.
Deputy Rector, St. Petersburg State Economic University, PhD (Economics)
|The article focuses on the development of Eurasian economics through the prism of globalization and regionalization processes in their interaction. Globalization is seen as an objective process of internalization of the global economy; specific features of involvement of particular Eurasian economics into the global economy is discussed. The authors describe the subjective side of globalization as of form of economic politics of developed countries, and various consequences of this politics. The article also distinguishes tendencies related to regionalization in Eurasian counties and show that the growing regionalization, as opposed to globalization, objectively leads to a radically different world structure of the world, i.e. to the multi-polar world|
|Key words: globalization, regionalization, Eurasian economy, bipolarity, one-polar world, multi-polar world|
| Pages: 6 - 11|