The economical project market trajectories: ethnological milestones in modern world economy

Kostyantyn Yevgenovych Dvoynykh


The article is devoted to vision formation on economic project behavior (its market trajectory) as a fragment of certain ethno-cultural environment (super-ethnos). Special attention is focused on projects and ethnical collective behavior similarity fixation under the influence of different combinations of super-etnoses interrelations. It has been done in the context of understanding of modern World economy as a superposition of different transition forms from industrial (hierarchical) structure to newly (neo, net.networking) one. Each of such forms has short duration, but their economic results may be quite lasting. This is a basic contradiction of the modern world economy analysis: that is, a contradiction between brevity of transition forms existence and enormous number of their possible long-term economic resultsappearances. In order to provide effective economic simulation and forecast there is a necessity for concrete invariant. The ethnical processes could be that corresponding invariant, in particular – the super-ethnos interrelation as large energetic systems. Thus, for modern World economy  such interrelation should be  the basis of economic analysis, in particular, at the separate project level.

Taking into account the timely understanding of market definition of trajectories projects as a micro-level forecasting basis, it has been suggested a number of economic project behavior models, along with the mathematical formalizatiocorrespondingn phenomena. In particular, this si a “magnet in potential hole” model for project behavior description, model of project in global energetic streams and model of “energetic window” for the project. The suggested mathematical formulas define a number of conditions for certain project effectiveness reaching. The project successfulness criteria in the World economy environment are substantiated. The probable economic pitfalls (even still hidden for famous established approaches) are marked. The principal restrictions for scientific-technical progress in such conditions are formulated. The “project market profitability” term is separately formalized in the context of economic analysis ethnological principles for modern World economy conditions. The understanding of economic project success and fiasco differentiation dependently on super-ethnoses interrelation is defined more precisely. 


ethnical processes; simulation; project; forecast; World economy; super-ethnos

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