Sustainable Development vs. Post-Industrial Transformation

Possibilities for Russia

Sergey Zhironkin, Magerram Gasanov, Galina Barysheva, Eyvaz Gasanov, Olga Zhironkina, Gennady Kayachev

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Abstract

Today the theory of postindustrial society is one of the most widespread concepts which allow adequately comprehending the largescale changes that have occurred in the ecological consciousness of Western societies for the last thirty years. Offered in the late 1960s and early 1970s by American and European researchers in the field of economics, social philosophy, and ecology, the integrated idea of sustainable development in postindustrial era incorporated the best elements of the scientific tradition dating back to the Age of Enlightenment. The article emphasizes that the key to modern social progress is the rapid technological development based on the transformation of science into a direct productive force. The measure of such progress is a shift from pure economic growth to the sustainable development. The authors describe the ways of changing Russian Government's attitude to economy regulation in postindustrial development to achieve the goals of sustainable development.

Original languageEnglish
Article number04002
JournalE3S Web of Conferences
Volume21
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 10 Nov 2017

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Sustainable Development vs. Post-Industrial Transformation : Possibilities for Russia. / Zhironkin, Sergey; Gasanov, Magerram; Barysheva, Galina; Gasanov, Eyvaz; Zhironkina, Olga; Kayachev, Gennady.

In: E3S Web of Conferences, Vol. 21, 04002, 10.11.2017.

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Zhironkin, Sergey ; Gasanov, Magerram ; Barysheva, Galina ; Gasanov, Eyvaz ; Zhironkina, Olga ; Kayachev, Gennady. / Sustainable Development vs. Post-Industrial Transformation : Possibilities for Russia. In: E3S Web of Conferences. 2017 ; Vol. 21.
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