I. Chervaniov, N. Grishchenko. ENVIRONMENTALISM IN THE WORLD SCIENCE: NATIONAL GEOGRAPHY IMPLICATIONS

https://doi.org/10.15407/ugz2013.02.013
Ukr. geogr. z. 2013, N2:13-16
Authors: 

I. Chervaniov – V. Karazin Kharkiv National University;
N. Grishchenko – Corvinus University, Budapest, Hungary.

Abstract: 

The article describes the main issues in economics and environmentology integration, with geography’s constructive role and directions of its development highlighted in the background. Some prerequisites for environmental economics emergence at the intersection ecology and economics have been pointed out. It has been shown that the problem of determining the economic subsystem place in the research led to the emergence of environmental economics. The main methodological approaches of environmental economics have been highlighted. The main practical and theoretical-methodological directions of the modern research have been listed. The main aspects of modern environmental research in Ukraine have been marked.

Key words: 
environmental economics, geography, methodological approaches, research directions
Pages: 
13-16
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