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PROBLEMS OF MODERN ECONOMICS, N 3 (79), 2021
ISSUES OF ECONOMIC THEORY. MACROECONOMICS
Tanichev A. V.
Assistant Professor, Chair of Economics, Organization, and Enterprise Management, D.F. Ustinov Baltic State Technological University (“Voenmeh”) (St. Petersburg), PhD (Economics)

Research of the phenomena of sustainable development: To the issue of methodology (Russia, St. Petersburg)
The article focuses on the definition and the choice of methodology with regards to the study of new complex phenomena within what is called “sustainability science” — the term especially popular abroad. The majority of contemporary works do not distinguish between methodology and method (set of methods); most probably, this happens under the influence of foreign textbooks translated into Russian, or else as a result of academic trips abroad. Uncritical copying of methods, for instance, of qualitative research, against the unresolved issues of methodology can yield doubtful results. The authors discuss possibilities and perspectives of the interdisciplinarian and trans-disciplinarian approaches to the study of new socio-economic phenomena of sustainable development, which should be of interest for a broad range of research within the sustainability science. The concept of “frontier objects” as mediators of “responsible consumption,” this newly emerging culture of consumption, presents a particular interest.
Key words: sustainability branding, culture of consumption, interdisciplinarian approach, sustainable development, sustainability science, sustainability stake-holders, responsible consumption, trans-disciplinarian approach
Pages: 61 - 68



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