UDC 336.76:502/504
Biblid: 1451-3188, 11 (2012)
Vol. 12, No 41, pp. 118-132
DOI:

Оriginal article
Received: 01 Jan 1970
Accepted: 01 Jan 1970

MODERN MARKET ECONOMY – ENVIRONMENTAL THREATS

Marković Jovica (Факултет зе економију и инжењерски менаџмент Универзитета привредна академија у Новом Саду), joca.m@panline.net
Milošević Ivana (Сарадник на Факултету зе економију и инжењерски менаџмент Универзитета привредна академија у Новом Саду)

The imperative of constant production and consumption resulted in depletion of natural resources and the generation of large quantities of waste. This paper is reviewing the causes of growing economic, environmental and social problems. We tried to investigate the responsibility of the individual and / or systems, and the role of the state in controlling these processes. We analyzed the mechanisms and motives of the modern market economy, aiming to show that the dominant economic principles affect the harmony of the ecosystem. Conducted research we are coming to the conclusion that the truce and reconciliation ecology and economy possible and necessary in certain concessions by the second one.

Keywords: market economy, ecology, economics, capitalism, environment