Management Theory and Studies for Rural Business and Infrastructure Development, Volume 40, Number 3

ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT CERTIFICATION: SOCIO-ECONOMIC MONITORING

Oleksandr Chaikin, Eleonora Kirieieva, Oksana Slobodeniuk

Abstract

Modern ecological issues determine the necessity of new approaches to the implementation of production cycle, which determines the relevance of developing environmental management. The aim of the research is social and economic monitoring and recommendations on the design and implementation of the environmental management system in Ukraine. Research methodology: review of scientific articles (1991–2018), statistics on the number of certificates ISO 14001, GDP dynamics in Ukraine, study of Georgia and EU countries (2006–2016) and comparative analysis based on their correlation. Main research results: the economic and social impact of GDP growth per capita on the number of ecological certificates has been determined using the interpretation of Kuznets curve. In order to stimulate the development of the systems of environmental management certification in Ukraine, it is suggested to use: concessional loans, development of non-formal ecological education, as well as innovation and improvement of the investment policy.

JEL Codes: M11, Q48; Q56.

Keyword(s): ecological certification, management, social monitoring


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