Self-organization: theoretical and methodological foundations in the optics of the synergetic paradigm
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Self-organization: theoretical and methodological foundations in the optics of the synergetic paradigm
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S086904990002757-4-1
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10.31857/S086904990002757-4
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Published
Authors
Marina Deryabina 
Occupation: Chief researcher, Institute of Economics, Russian Academy of Sciences
Affiliation: Institute of Economics, Russian Academy of Sciences
Address: Russian Federation, Moscow
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149-161
Abstract

The article explains the concept of self-organization as a category of synergetic theoretical paradigm. The problems of self-organization of social and economic systems are specially investigated. Selforganization as a form of existence and evolution of systems is described on three levels – microscopic, mesoscopic and microscopic. The spatial, temporal and functional structures of self-organization are considered, the system features of self-organization within these structures are shown. Based on the theoretical and methodological foundations of self-organization, the requirements for the development of the concept of socio-economic reform in Russia.

Keywords
self-organization, complex system, system evolution, system structure, levels of selforganization, mesoscopic level of self-organization, spatial, temporal and functional structures
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28.12.2018
Date of publication
28.12.2018
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