ISSN 2409-7616

G. Mabiala, V. Gnizdylo



Gilbert Mabiala – Ph.D., associate professor, Department Economic theory, Institute of Economics and Management, FSAEI of HE “V.I. Vernadsky Crimean Federal University”, Simferopol, Russian Federation, ORCID: 0000-0002-5310-2399, E-mail:

Vladislav S. Gnizdylo – Student of the Institute of Economics and Management (structural unit) FSAEI of HE “V.I. Vernadsky Crimean, Federal University”, Simferopol, Russian Federation, ORCID: 0000-0003-1419-3723, E-mail:

Abstract. The emergence of neoliberal doctrines in economic science and the formation of an insti-tutional direction and theoretical and methodological aspects of its basis systematically became the engine for the development of socially-oriented market and institutional-market economic relations and property relations, mainly associated with significant transformational processes in economic and social sphere. In general, neoliberalism, being the basis of institutionalism, is represented by economic doctrine, where the main attention is paid to the key role of modern institutional formations in economic decision-making, their effective application. The theoretical and methodological basis and the categorical apparatus of neoliberalism and institutionalism are insignificant, unsystematized and need to be studied and systematic analysis. Therefore, in this article, we, based on the generally accepted terminology of institutionalism, generalize definitions and their derived concepts. Moreover, the variability of the conceptual aspects of neoliberalism and institutionalism needs a systematic interpretation and the further formation of the institutional categorical apparatus. To this end, the features of the methodology of neoliberal institutionalism have been studied. A comparative analysis of theoretical and methodological approaches to determining the nature of institutions is carried out. The causes of the origin of specific institutional problems associated with the emergence and accumulation of contradictions between the interests of various economic agents are examined. Theoretical and methodological aspects and determinants of the evolution of the institutional doctrine of modern economic science are formulated. The characteristic of the main trends and concepts of neoliberal institutionalism is given from the position of the founders of their formation, as well as the essential criteria and characteristics of the categories of “organization” and “institute”.

Keywords: theoretical and methodological aspects, doctrine, neoliberalism, institutionalism, development, methodological features, comparative, categorical analysis apparatus, economic phenomena and processes.



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Mabiala G., Gnizdylo V.S. Formation and implementation of some aspects theoretical and methodological doctrine of neoliberal institutionalism. CITISE, 2020, no. 2, pp. 191-204. DOI: