About several issues of production evolution (productive practical knowledge) in terms of modern sociogenetics

  • Lubov Valentinovna Sergienko Financial University at the Government of Russian Federation
Keywords: sociogenetic, the new practical knowledge, socio – economic variability

Abstract

Commonly the economy determine how the science that studies socio - economic relations arising in the sphere of production. However, these relationships are formed and developed in the process of joint practical knowledge underlying the production carried out by actors who, in turn, belong to a particular socio – economic genotype, formed and functioning in the framework of the given public organization and to meet specific needs.
Goals. These circumstances require the need to clarify the key factor: the new productive practical cognition, the free exchange and social-economic selection in the production evolution.  This work is devoted to it. Searching for this justification, we make the following conclusions: in the process of our daily economic behavior, the process of “productive” cognition and socialeconomic variability is developing in the same manner as in the specialized corporate divisions carrying out R&D and engineering development at the professional level. From year to year, social agents form and test all the “new” “productive” cognitions (social-economic genovariations), or “unequivocal” in contrast to the previous ones (in terms of the traditionally implemented production method), or absolutely “new” which are always “absorbed” by the
current production process being visually unchanged. This “heterogeneity” of the cognition process “penetrates into” the whole production in all directions and forms of their existence, combining and distributing itself according to the randomness laws and transforms the whole social-economic genotypic environment of their functioning. Localization (segregation) together with the continuous social-economic genotypic variability is the key factor of intraspecies (and interspecies) differentiation of the production and cognition. Usually, such localization takes place in space, but sometimes it occurs in time and, probably, in the existence conditions as such (social localization).
Methodology. The main methods used in the study are of analytical methods and comparative analysis of the studied naturally and social processes. 
Results. The obtained results can serve as a basis of are formed the effective social organization.
Conclutions. The bases and developed of production - the result of the action of the laws inherent in the cognition process.

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Author Biography

Lubov Valentinovna Sergienko, Financial University at the Government of Russian Federation

Management Academic Department, Financial University at the Government of Russian
Federation, management Academic Department, Moscow, Russian Federation

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Published
2019-01-30
How to Cite
Sergienko, L. V. (2019). About several issues of production evolution (productive practical knowledge) in terms of modern sociogenetics. EPH - International Journal of Business & Management Science (ISSN: 2208-2190), 5(1), 01-19. Retrieved from https://ephjournal.com/index.php/bms/article/view/1016