Social justice as a composition of architectonics safe economic development

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The article shows that in the course of modern economic growth, the inequality between different groups of population is naturally increasing, which exacerbates social contradictions, creates the basis for occurrence of political and economic crises and creates threats for destabilization of the situation.

This trend is aggravated by factors such as globalization, financialization and synergistic effects of their interaction. Essential importance is also the law of the labor value, which determines the dynamics of real wages. The growth of inequality generates the requirements of social justice in socio-economic development.

This problem can be solved based on the application of architectonic laws that allow maintaining equilibrium, and therefore, sustainable and safe socio-economic development. There are three main groups of people distinguished by the link between their contribution to social production and income received, – author proposed to take into consideration these differences in taxation.

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