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UDC 314.114   DOI: https://doi.org/10.31617/zt.knute.2019(105)04
NEPYTALIUK Anton,
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ORCID: 0000-0002-7890-3889
  Postgraduate Student at the Department of Management
and Behavioral Economics, Vasyl Stus Donetsk National University
600th Anniversary str., 21, Vinnytsia, 21000, Ukraine

DETERMINANTS FOR THE DEMOGRAPHIC SUSTAINABILITY ENSURING 

Background. Taking the peculiarities of emerging economies into account, the complex nature of demographic sustainability involves a number of methodological approaches to determine the composition of relevant environment, outlining the interaction between its elements. Strategic management, based on the coordination of the sustainability’s determinants, induces positive synergies that ensure permanent endogenous economic growth.
The aim of the article is to develop the methodological bases for demographic stability, to systematize comprehensively the tools for its provision under current conditions of economic transformations.
Materials and methods. The research is based on the scientific works on the problem under consideration. Both the object’s and the subject’s features caused the integrated application of methods and approaches that ensured the study’s conceptual unity. Systemic, institutional and dialectical approaches, methods of comparative analysis and synthesis, generalization, scientific abstraction have been applied.
Results. Demographic sustainability should be assessed regarding a set of natural determinants and human migration as well. Moreover, migration could in its own particular way compensate for depopulation. Demographic sustainability and economic growth are achievable with the optimum combination of natural and migration factors.
Conclusion. The means of authorities’ influence both on society’s behavior and forms of its self-organization are represented by ensuring tools for demographic sustainability. Public administration institutions use fiscal, monetary, social, and innovation-investment mechanisms to establish demographic sustainability, considering the principles of scientific validity, versatility of action, economic efficiency, multidimensionality, complexity, financial inclusion, reconciliation of individual and collective interests, social justice and partnership, solidarity and responsibility. Informal factors also play an important role. Other economic agents should also adhere to those principles, maximizing positive synergy.
 

Keywords: demographic stability, institutional mechanisms and tools, demographic burden, synergistic effect. 

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