Unlike other sciences, economic science is closely related to social, political processes, with the market economic development not only in individual countries but also in the world. Globalization and social change have influenced not only economic understanding, but also the concept of economic theory. However, not all issues have been disclosed. The concept of economic security in the world emerged in relatively recent twentieth century. Economic security concept was introduced by the US President T. Roosevelt in 1934, by creating a federal committee for economic security. Since then, the term economic security and economic security issues have been under consideration at the various levels of government. Moreover, in order to investigate the manifestations of the economic security in Lithuania, it is necessary to analyze the legislation that reveals the legal provisions relating to economic security concept. Every country’s ability to self-develop is the ability to independently implement and defend national interests and creating a favorable environment for investment and innovation, to develop intellectual potential. The economy, which constantly evolving, able to withstand internal and external threats. Economic processes, which are reliability and efficiency, allow processes to mitigate the destabilizing effects. The aim of research is to disclosure the manifestations of the economic security in the Lithuanian law system and impact to the country’s competitiveness. The object of the research is the country’s economic security. The research methods applied: document analysis method- applied to obtain information using qualitative analysis investigating concepts, programs, strategic documents, current legislation, scientific publications, ruling of the Constitutional Court of the Republic of Lithuania.
|Journal||Visuomenės saugumas ir viešoji tvarka: mokslinių straipsnių rinkinys|
|Publication status||Published - 2015|
- Economic security
- State security
- The concept of economy
- Regional security and stability