SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT: ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL EXCLUSION AND EQUILIBRIUM STRATEGY IN NATIONAL ECONOMIES (Zrownowazony rozwoj - problem ekskluzji spoleczno-gospodarczej i realizacji strategii rownowagi w gospodarce narodowej )
The article deals with social and economic dimension of exclusion concerning nation-states underprivileged in transnational economic processes and their strategies, which are meant to restore the equilibrium as far as the profits are concerned. Effective equilibrium strategy should refer to the specific circumstances of the national economy and regulate its relations with potential foreign investors. The main assumption of this study corresponds with the author's conviction, that properly implemented idea of sustainable development described in numerous documents of international and transnational organizations, may contribute to the elimination of social and economic exclusion, as well as to the actual implementation of equilibrium strategy in national economies. The article brings elements of the pursued strategy within the context of acquiring equivalent profits of transnational capital flows and shifting the social costs of investments on those who generate these costs (transnational corporations mostly). Sustainable development strategy against social and economic exclusion requires an inclusive
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