The moral and ethical principles on the formation of competition culture
The aim of the article is to study the influence of moral and ethical principles of economic management on the formation and development of the competition culture in an economic activity, ensuring the exercise of individual natural rights to freedom and fair competition in the field of economic management, and the adoption of culture phenomenon elements in both legal and general social dimensions in Ukrainian legal administration. Methodology of the research A philosophical (dialectical) method was used to consider the culture of competition and fair competition as a system of moral and ethical dimensions of social existence in economic legal relations; general scientific methods (formal-logical, method of analysis and synthesis) allowed exploring the conceptual-categorical apparatus, defining the functions of competition culture in the formation of modern good-faith economic and legal relations; special-legal (comparative-legal, formal-legal) methods allowed determining the peculiarities of influence of the good faith principle on the formation of the competition culture between business entities and mechanisms for their compliance with the measures of legal coercion. The scientific topicality of the work is to carry out a comprehensive study of legal issues of the formation of the competition culture in economic activity to ensure social stability and protect the rights of citizens in economic relations. Conclusions As a result of the study, it is determined that the ideas of good and evil in society, good faith and unfairness, as well as fairness are the factors that directly contribute to the development of the competition culture in society and the formation of mutual respect principles both from the side of entrepreneurs and consumers, the improvement of a dialogue and mutual understanding of all segments of the public, and these factors are the basis for the further development of national economy and culture.
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