Co-ownership as a Factor Tertiarization of Postindustrial Society’s Economy

Viacheslav A. Perepelkin


In the article one of actual tertsiarization reasons is studied as a process of structural transformation of industrially developed economy into post-industrial economy, which is characterized by economic basis formation of a new life activity device which is different from that formation which was observed at the previous agrarian and industrial society evolution stage. The high level of society saturation with material benefits provided with forward rise in labor productivity in production sectors causes not only change in firms, state, households preferences and in favor of immaterial benefits production and consumption but also makes changes to property relations activity. The research objective became objective conditionality justification of economies tertsiarization continuation of advanced countries owing to practice expansion of acquisition replacement in material benefits property by the way of receiving a right of using them in a type of service. Tasks of conditions definition, forms and consequences of production purchases replacement similar to it in consumer services appointment are solved; distinctions between production and services from the point of view of property relations distribution are opened. The conclusion is drawn about inevitability of the economy tertsiarization caused by the present stage of post-industrial societies of property relations transformation assuming the subsequent essential changes in all system of social and market relations.

DOI: 10.5901/mjss.2015.v6n6s3p515

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