Linear and non-linear interpretation of economic and ecological phenomena and processes
Ekaterina Stepanova and
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Ekaterina Stepanova: International Humanitarian University, Odessa
Vjacheslav Stepanov: Institute of Market Problems and Economic-Ecological Research, Odessa
Economics of Nature and the Environment, 2015, pages 96-104
The article discusses theoretical and methodological aspects of linear and non-linear interpretation of economic and ecological phenomena and processes. Possibility of using the basic principles of non-linearity in the study of economic and ecological processes is discussed. Attention is drawn to the need to form a special conceptual and categorical basis of the theory of nonlinear economic-ecological systems.
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