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The complementarity of social and economic development: scientific and applied aspects


The article analyzes main theoretical views on the sense of social and economic development and suggests methodical instruments for studying of these processes under modern circumstances.

Author defines importance of the complementary principle appliance in economic research to achieve reliable results.

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