Modern political economy.

Modern political economy is a synthesis of classical political economy (thesis) after its critics by K.Marx (K.Marx’s economic theory; antithesis)* against the background of negation of neoclassics (primarily, of a neoclassical branch of modern economic science, neo-institutionalism and “mainstream” on the whole).

Its foundations, subject and methods constituted the subject of the thesis in economics that was defended in the Moscow State University in 2003. (The problems of the phenomenology of capitalism and of a new social and economic system  are dealt with in two respective monographs.)

Modern political economy is being developed to understand the current social and economic condition of Russia and identify ways of its progressive development. However, the theories of modern political economy may be applied in the European Community on the whole and in some countries (the USA, Canada, Germany, Indonesia and China; possibly England and France) to identify the ways of a) stabilization and increase of economic growth, b) progress of social and community situation and c) overcoming of a number of widely known negative issues of capitalism development.

Study of a possibility to create an alternative capitalist way of development theory for a single country or a group of countries has become one of the most interesting aspects of modern political economy.

* The definition of modern political economy is based on the Hegel’s triad: “thesis-antithesis-synthesis”.