METHODOLOGICAL BASIS OF INCLUSIVENESS OF NATURAL RESOURCES MANAGEMENT IN THE CONTEXT OF AGRICULTURAL LAND USE


Keywords: inclusive economy, inclusiveness of nature use, inclusive land use, sustainable development, social economy, green economy, innovative economy, inclusive growth.

Abstract

Topicality. The guiding vision of a stable market economy in Ukraine is accelerating the transition to the introduction of the principle of inclusiveness in market conditions, which, in the context of broadening the overall employment of the population, is an increase in access to education, entrepreneurship, services for young people, women, people in less developed regions and those with disabilities. Implementation of the country's strategic priorities for the transition to sustainable development should take place by ensuring inclusiveness, in particular through agricultural land use. An important task of promoting the principles of inclusiveness is to assess its impact on specific target groups.
The introduction of inclusiveness in terms of economic development has a long-term perspective, covering social interests and the rational use of resources. The main focus is on productive employment as a means of reducing the stratification of society by income and raising the standard of living of less well-off people.
Aim and tasks. The purpose of the article is to analyze the definition of the inclusiveness of nature use as an economic category in the context of land use, namely the development of inclusive activity. Disclosure of the characteristics of the inclusive approach to land use and outline its benefits. Formulation of the intrinsic features and objectives of the inclusive economy, in particular inclusive agricultural land use. Justification of the scientific principles of the implementation of the principles of organizing the inclusion of land use in agricultural activities.
Research results. The concept of inclusiveness in the context of nature use in generalized form and in accordance with land use is developed in the part of expanding the attraction of as many members of society as possible. Improved conceptual-categorical apparatus of the study of "inclusiveness", in particular inclusive growth, inclusive economy, inclusive activity in the context of land use, inclusive ecological agriculture. The relationship between these categories is determined. Formed general scientific principles of inclusive development, principles of inclusive agricultural land use: systematic and complex, adequacy and flexibility, objectivity and accuracy, efficiency, purposefulness, scientific, priority of economic interests of the state. The principles of inclusive agricultural land use are determined on the basis of generally accepted conditions that form the basis of inclusive development and determine its directions and priorities. The advantages of creating ecologically clean lands and conducting ecologically oriented agriculture as one of the directions of development of inclusive nature management in Ukraine are grounded.
Conclusion. It is substantiated that, despite a number of literature and discussion of this topic, there is no single definition of the concept of inclusive growth. In the article the genesis of inclusiveness is investigated and the preconditions of the emergence of "inclusive economy" are determined. It is determined that the basic principles under the influence of which the concept of "inclusiveness" was formed are from the theoretical and methodological foundations of sustainable development, "green economy", social economy, and innovation economics. The market component of inclusive land use has been identified and theoretically grounded, which is to involve individual and individual peasant farms in order to organize activities and processes of rational land use, which includes individuals from all walks of life and psychophysical possibilities, through the expansion of: access to land resources; possibilities of land use grouping; the availability of special technical equipment for all individuals; opportunities for obtaining or improving qualifications in the field of ecologically oriented agriculture.

Author Biographies

N.I. KHUMAROVA

Dr.Sc. (Economics),
Institute Of Market Problems And Economic&Ecological Research of the
National Academy Of Sciences Of Ukraine
Frantsuzskiy Boulevard, 29, Odesa, Ukraine

H.O. TIUTIUNNYK

PhD in economics, Junior Researcher,
Department of Economic Regulation of Nature Management
Institute of Market Problems and Economic and Ecological Research NAS of Ukraine
Frantsuzkyi boulevard, 29, Odesa, Ukraine, 65044

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Published
2019-09-20