Reflective Analysis Of The Subjects’ Readiness Levels For Inclusive Economic Realities

Abstract

The modern development of the economic community obliges to involve “special” subjects in labor activity, which evokes new problems associated with the society and “special” subjects’ interaction. Preparing respondents for inclusive economic realities is an important sociocultural stage in the human relationships’ development. The study analyzes the possibility of introducing the discipline “Inclusive Economics” into the educational programs of higher educational institutions. In the course of the study, the formation and essence of the “inclusive economy” concept were analyzed, the main blocks of an inclusive economy were formulated, and global and local conditions of the subjects’ readiness for inclusive economic realities were identified. The technology for the reflexive analysis of the subjects’ readiness level for inclusive economic realities has been developed. The discipline “inclusive economics” was introduced into the economic specialties of TSPU on a trial basis, and the study results of inclusive economic realities understanding and perception by economic students and educational workers were summed up. Focus group methodology, associative series methodology, questionnaire survey and conversation served as the research tools. The “inclusive economics” discipline introduction into the educational process of students will provide flexible adaptation of respondents in a rapidly changing world and form interdisciplinary competencies necessary for interaction in the economic space.

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Publisher

European Publisher

First Online

25.09.2021

Doi

10.15405/epsbs.2021.09.02.48

Online ISSN

2357-1330