ECONOMIC CULTURE OF UKRAINE IN THE CONTEXT OF EUROPEAN INTEGRATION
Condition research of economic culture of Ukraine in the context of European integration is fundamental for the formation of effective reforms and strategies of public administration and the need for further methodological improvement.
The theoretical and methodological basis of the article is the scientific research of scientists and reports of international organizations, in particular the condition research of world values, conducted as part of the research "World values Survey" (WVS), in the period 2017-2020.
General approaches and research methods were used during the preparation of the article: theoretical generalization, analysis, synthesis and system method, statistical research, sociological research and expert opinions.
The use of these methods allowed to consider the current position of economic culture and entrepreneurial culture in the context of European integration, through the prism of economic values, which are empirically studied.
In this research, the author's determination of the state of economic culture in the transformation process was carried out
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