The thought of economic Ukrainian foreign is a valuable stratum both for the world as well as for Ukrainian economic theory and the works of its representatives, which is essentially complementary theoretical and practical research of economy.
Today, the study of heritage economist’s immigrants greatly enriches modern Ukrainian history economics. It is not only the diversity of their works, but also the intellectual potential of foreign scientists. The works of economist’s Ukrainian diaspora of 20th century is unsearchable large selection of information. Modern Ukrainian scientists are increasingly turning to the analysis of scientific heritage immigrants, but the object of their research is mainly political, social and historical issues. In recent years economic issues were the subject of the research studies of the Ukrainian diaspora.
Therefore, methodological problems of studying Ukrainian economic thought, including foreign, were studied by P. Leonenko, S. Stepanenko, A. Halchinskiy; analysis of certain areas of economic science in the development of the Ukrainian diaspora were discussed by S. Zlupko, R. Vasil`eva, L. Gorkin, M. Chumachenko A. Demkivskyy, A. Werbowy, Y. Timchenko, etc. The issues of colonial character of the Ukrainian economy were covered in the works of B. Sikora and others. Comprehensive study of Ukrainian heritage study abroad indicates that domestic science has a gradually increasing interest in the works of Ukrainian representatives abroad.
However, in general, scientists continue to study only certain aspects in the writings of Ukrainian foreign economists. It should be emphasized that these works do not exhaust the array of developments, which exist today, but they are only a part of many more that also deserve scientific attention.
Troshchynskyi, V.P. (1994). In between war Ukrainian emigration in Europe as a historical, social and political phenomenon. Kyiv: Intel [in Ukrainian].
Piskun, V. (2006). Political choice of Ukrainian emigration (1920s). Kyiv: MP Lesya [in Ukrainian].
Hryshchuk, T.V. (2011). The foreign Ukrainian knowledge as a factor for civilized dialogue (the role and input of the western diaspora): autoabst. dys. … cand. econom. sciences. Chernivtsi [in Ukrainian].
The history of Ukrainian economic thought: textbook. (1993). Kyiv: Lybid [in Ukrainian].
Zlupko, S.M. (Ed.). (1998). Ukrainian economic thought. Kyiv: Znannia [in Ukrainian].
Zlupko, S. (2004). Ukrainian economic thought. People and theories. Lviv: Yevrosvit [in Ukrainian].
Gorkina, L.P., Chumachenko, M.H. (2011). 20th century in the history of Ukrainian economic thought: short retrospective. Donetsk: DonNUET [in Ukrainian].
Leonenko, P.M. (2013). Articles “Borodaievskyi S., Vytanovych I., Glovinskyi Ye., Mytsiuk O., Shcherbyna F.” In T.I. Yefymenko, A.I. Miarkovskyi (Eds.), Finance. Budget. Taxes: national and international terminology: in 3 vol. (pp. 84-86, 122-123, 167-168, 385-386, 685-688). Kyiv: DNNU Academy of financial management [in Ukrainian].
Verbova, O.S. (2005). Borys Martos on social and economic background of cooperation and its classification. Naukovyi visnyk Ukrainskoho derzhavnoho lisotekhnichnoho universytetu, 15.3, 310-313 [in Ukrainian].
Verbova, O.S. (2011). National economy movement on Western Ukrainian territories in 1848–1944 in the context of institutionalism. In Formation of market economy. Special issue. Methodological problems of modern political economy (pp. 484-491). Kyiv: Kyiv National Economic University named after Vadym Hetman [in Ukrainian].
Martos, B. (1947). The theory of cooperation. Lectures. Renesburh-Berkhtes haden [in Ukrainian].
Korniychuk, L.Ya. (2004). The history of economic thought: study guide. Kyiv: KNEU [in Ukrainian].
Feshchenko, V.M. (2003). The study of the formation and development of market national economy in the works of Ukrainian economists of the second half of 19th century – the beginning of the 20th century. Kyiv: KNEU.
Economic works of the KNEU teaching staff (the first third of the 20th century). (2013). Kyiv: KNEU [in Ukrainian].