Visn. Nac. Akad. Nauk Ukr. 2018. (7): 55-70

I.M. Bobukh, S.M. Shchegel
Institute for Economics and Forecasting of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Kyiv


The article outlines the main results of the first year of the study on “Inclusiveness as a key aspect of creating the fundamentals for a new quality of economic growth in Ukraine”. For the purpose of scientific analysis and formation of a holistic understanding of inclusiveness as the key priority of creating the basis for a new quality of economic growth in Ukraine, the authors explore the peculiarities of inclusive economic development, as well as the possibilities of its achievement in countries with different levels of socioeconomic development; the key directions of economic growth are defined in accordance with the Global Sustainable Development Goals (SDG); the stages of SDG implementation are defined within the framework of the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) in Ukraine as a prerequisite for the achievement of the goals of inclusive development; the goal of sustainable development, which has the greatest potential for the formation of an inclusive society in Ukraine, is substantiated.
Keywords: economic growth, inclusiveness, sustainable development goals.

Language of article: ukrainian


  1. The Inclusive Growth and Development Report 2017. World Economic Forum. (Geneva, 2017).
  2. Europe 2020. Priorities. European Commission.
  3. Ianchovichina E., Lundstrom S. Inclusive growth analytics: Framework and application. Policy Research Working Paper. Series 4851. (The World Bank, 2009).
  4. Human Development Report 2016. Human Development for Everyone.
  5. OECD. Inclusive Growth.
  6. World Economic Forum. What is Inclusive Growth?
  7. Ranieri R., Ramos R.A. Inclusive Growth: Building up a Concept. Working Paper 104. Brazil, 2013.
  8. Anand R. et al. Inclusive growth revisited: Measurement and evolution. 17 August 2013.
  9. Anand R. et al. Inclusive Growth: Measurement and Determinants. IMF Working Paper. May 2013.
  10. Hasmath R. (ed). Inclusive Growth, Development and Welfare Policy: A Critical Assessment. Journal of Development Studies. 2016. 52(3): 466.
  11. OECD. New approaches to Economic Challenges. 2017.
  12. Global Wealth Report 2017. Credit Suisse AG Research Institute.
  13. Sustainable Development Goals 2016–2030.
  14. United Nations Development Programme (UNDP). http:/ 
  15. United Nation. Sustainable Development Goals. Goal 8: Promote inclusive and sustainable economic growth, employment and decent work for all.

16.United Nations Development Programme.

17.Sustainable Development Strategy for Ukraine by 2030. Draft 2017.

18.   Romanko S.M. The principle of sustainable development in the use of natural resources. In: Dynamika naukowych badan – 2013: Proc. Int. Conf. Vol. 5. (Przemysl, Poland). P. 42-47.

19.   National report of Ukraine on the state of implementation of the provisions of the "Agenda for the XXI century" for the ten-year period (1992–2001). (Kyiv, 2002).

20. The future that we want. United Nations.

21. The United Nations Millennium Declaration.

22. Johannesburg Declaration on Sustainable Development. United Nations.

23. Implementation Plan of the World Summit on Sustainable Development. United Nations. /pastevents/pdf/plan_wssd.pd

24. XXI century Agenda. United Nations. 

25. Sustainable Development Goals: Ukraine (National Report). Ministry of Economic Development and Trade of Ukraine.

26. The power of parity: how advancing women’s equality can add $12 trillion to global growth. McKinsey Global Institute. Sept.2015.

27.Women: The next emerging market Economic potential. (Ernst & Young, 2013).

28.   Employment and social developments in Europe 2017. Corporate author(s): Directorate-General for Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion (European Commission).