Eurasian integration: principles, ideology, practice

  • Galina I. Osadchaya Institute of Socio-Political Research – Branch of the Federal Center of Theoretical and Applied Sociology, Russian Academy of Sciences, 6 Fotieva Street, 1 building, Moscow 119333, Russia

Abstract

The article is devoted to the analysis of the institutionalization process of the Eurasian Economic Union. The author’s approach is marked by a wide socio-economic spectrum of analysis and at the same time the ambivalence of the conclusions of the study. Positive trends, stimulated by the deepening of integration and interaction between countries and cultures, the current problematic aspects of the processes, as well as the prospects for risks associated with them were delivered.

Author Biography

Galina I. Osadchaya, Institute of Socio-Political Research – Branch of the Federal Center of Theoretical and Applied Sociology, Russian Academy of Sciences, 6 Fotieva Street, 1 building, Moscow 119333, Russia

doctor of science (sociology), full professor; head of the Center for the Study of Eurasian Integration Processes

References

  1. Krotov MI, Muntiyan VI. Eurasian Economic Union: history, features, prospects. Upravlencheskoe konsultirovanie. 2015;11:33–47. Russian.
  2. Zinoviev VP, Troitsky EF. [Eurasian economic integration: evolution, problems and prospects]. Rusich. 2016;4:236–251. Russian.
Published
2020-04-10
Keywords: regional economic integration, institutional system, macroeconomic stability, patterns of asymmetry
How to Cite
Osadchaya, G. I. (2020). Eurasian integration: principles, ideology, practice. Journal of the Belarusian State University. Sociology, 1, 31-43. Retrieved from https://journals.bsu.by/index.php/sociology/article/view/2319