УДК 338.314.053.4 330.3:001.8
The main tendencies of the national economies development of advanced countries showed that the civilization choice up to inclusive development and inclusive growth models was made over 2010-2017. The goal of the article is to systemic research and synthesis of genesis of forming a paradigm of inclusive development of the national economy. During the research, we used such methods as abstract and logical, deductive, historical, monographic, system analysis and synthesis. It is shown that the foundation of inclusive development was laid in the 1940th. Final forming of a paradigm of inclusive development took place in 2010-2016 when the leading scientists and experts-economists realized inaccuracy and the destructive nature of «The Washington consensus», neoliberal globalization and market deregulation. It is defined that inclusive development now covers processes of economic growth and development, inclusivity as the system of inclusions, considers anthropogenic load of an ecosystem and also the relational nature of social and economic transformations.
Keywords: inclusion, inclusivity, inclusive development, national economy.
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The article was received 12.09.2018