On Some Modern Directions for the Economics Research

Gia Kvashilava

PhD Student in Economics at GTU, ORCID iD: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-8511-0203 Gia.Kvashilava@tsu.ge https://TSU-ge.Academia.edu/GiaKvashilava


Peer review method: Double-Blind

Accepted: January 11, 2022

Published: April 04, 2022

Original scientific article

DOI: https://doi.org/10.52340/tne.2022.17.1.08

Keywords: Research of Economics, Economic System, Static and Dynamic Economics, Comparative Economics, Mathematical Economics, Historical Economics, Economic Paleontology, Prehistoric Economics.


The paper presents the various directions of the research of economics as the system to according special literature.

The author shall explain below the meaning of Static and Dynamic Economics, Comparative Economics, Mathematical Economics, Historical Economics, Economic Paleontology, and Prehistoric (‘pre-literary history’) Economics.

The topic involves the problem of the reconstruction of prehistoric economic systems. The prehistoric economics encompasses the period from the origins of human history to the advent of written records. Human prehistory is divided into three successive periods: the Stone Age, the Bronze Age, and the Iron Age.


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