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Potential of forming a complex approach to studying regional integration and trans-regionalism
Kuznetsov Denis Andreevich

Lecturer at the Department of global political processes of MGIMO University

119454, Russia, Moskva, g. Moscow, ul. Prospekt Vernadskogo, 76

denis-maria@inbox.ru

Abstract.

Based on the review of elaborations within the theory of integration and new regionalism, the author considers the importance of formation of a complex system approach to studying the processes of regional integration and trans-regionalism. The author judges from the essential likelihood of processes of regional and trans-regional integration and the potential of forming a synthetic approach to studying their structure, internal and external environment under the conditions they operate in, and the effects and potential of their development in the context of further transformation of the modern political system. The article describes the attempt to critically analyze the key elaborations within the theory of integration and new regionalism aimed for the purpose of developing a complex approach. The key author’s contribution in the study of the topic is the comparison of the main theoretical elaborations and the formulation of the author’s definition of regional integration and trans-regionalism and the complex system approach to studying integrational processes - the author’s research programme of this topic which could be used for further studies of integration.
 

Keywords: network approach, interregionalism, regionalism, transregionaliam, international region, integration theory, regional integration, new regionalism, regionalization, globalization

DOI:

10.25136/2409-8671.2019.1.28870

Article was received:

04-02-2019


Review date:

06-02-2019


Publish date:

22-03-2019


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