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TERRA ECONOMICUS, , Vol. 15 (no. 3),

At the present stage the interweaving of a variety of complex and multidirectional transformation processes creates specific conditions for economic development, forming a different kind of problem nodes in the study who demand new ideas, interdisciplinary opportunities, as well as the results of the reconsideration of the previously established concepts. In this respect interest is the concept of conformity that occurred in the 30th–40th years of the twentieth century. Her cognitive ability has been successfully tested on different research areas (psychology, biology, sociology, etc.), positively manifested itself in a number of interdisciplinary research. Rethinking existing ideas about the conformity and the application of the relevant results is important for the Russian economic science, in particular in the direction of analysis of the key issues that emerged at the crossroads of several transformation processes. The authors substantiate the legitimacy, relevance and necessity of using methodological tools concept of conformism, meaningful as applied to modern stage of economic development, the system analysis results of the economic transformations related to modern integrated forms: large corporations, territorial economic formations, etc. Wide application of this tool can lead to interesting results in terms of development of the productive sphere of the Russian economy development in conditions of external constraints, as well as in terms of enrichment of the methodological and theoretical Arsenal of economic science. The authors focus on the interdisciplinary nature of the alleged scientific problems because of its design popular features formed on various areas of scientific 94 А.А. ЕРМОЛЕНКО, О.В. БРИЖАК ТЕRRА ECONOMICUS  2017 Том 15 № 3 КОНЦЕПТ КОНФОРМИЗМА: НОВЫЕ ВОЗМОЖНОСТИ В ИССЛЕДОВАНИИ... 95 research: analysis of the Genesis of the phenomenon and relationships between the various stages of its development, personalization of relations in the economic system, analysis of the results of the development impact of system factors that have a different nature while maintaining the conceptual integrity of the study, a productive combination of various scientific approaches, the cultivation of new institutions. The authors strive for an adequate assessment of potential adaptation to a set of transformation processes, which have systemic economic actors involved in these processes.

Keywords: conformity; transformation of economic relations; methodology; adaptation; unevenness

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