SOCIAL CAPITAL AS A SOURCE OF INDIVIDUAL-COLLECTIVE ECONOMIC STABILITY
The successful and progressive development of socio-economic oriented, political, profile reforms is due to the degree of level and spread of trust and respect for fundamental institutions focused on the formation of national value priorities of cohesion, cooperation, mutual assistance, promotion of a positive effective path and image and reliable partnership, which, especially, are necessary today for an indestructible Ukraine that is going through difficult times. Social capital affects all spheres of life, socio-cultural, economic-strategic, political, legal and other directions are based on a purposeful focus on a person, on raising the level of well-being and preserving the universe for future generations. Social capital has not been studied enough of the economic component, there is still no definitive definition, distribution of types and classifications, one of the topics discussed in scientific circles is the measurement of this type of capital. The article proposes the definition of the concept of "social capital" of the author and the analysis of directions and aspects of scientific researchers of this type of capital, sources, directions of use, principles, types of interconnection in society, which are a source of individual-collective economic stability. Comparative analysis of socio-economic growth and development of social capital proves the interrelation and close interweaving of common goals and objectives, interchangeability and complement of each other. Behavioral situational components of social ties and cooperative interactions, the inner core of stress resistance, the level of education and understanding help the community to overcome crisis situations and hardships of Ukrainian reality and the realities of today's Ukraine. It is social capital that is considered as a resource of real assistance to a positive factor in the formation and development of a clear paradigm for the development of the socio-economic climate of Ukrainian society, business, and the state.
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