Ilia Chavchavadze on the methodological aspects of economic processes research and modernity

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For the true knowledge of socio-economic events and processes, it is of great importance to study and establish a clear system of precise rules for the processing of scientific theory. The purpose of this article is to investigate and analyze how appropriate methodology was developed in Georgian economic thought, how its scientific principles were formed. A century and a half ago, Ilia Chavchavadze established the methodological aspects of the research of economic processes based on the analysis of the past and the vision of the future. His views have a pragmatic, applied meaning even today. It contributes to the current theoretical research and the practical realization of the results of this research. By developing and using appropriate methodology, it is possible to create scientific theories that reflect the objective foundations of Georgia's national interests, its security protection and sustainable economic development, current challenges, contradictions and ways to overcome them.
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