• Evolutionary Theory: direction of evolution, normative aspect of evolution, evolution and welfare, informational approach to evolution, the evolution of firm and human being, the models of evolution.
  • Welfare Economics: economic welfare and common welfare, institutes and welfare, welfare in the informational economy, non-monetary measures of welfare, welfare and culture, human needs development, consumer sovereignty and antisocial behavior, alternative approaches to welfare, inequality and welfare, international aspect of welfare models of welfare.
  • Labor Economics: creative labor in the informational society, social productivity of creative labor, motivation of creative worker, discrimination and creative workers, externalities in labor market, labor in public sector, wages of creative workers, evolution of labor relations, heterogeneity of labor and leisure, non- monetary measures of human capital, motivation of education, social capital, creative capital.
  • Political Economy: role of political economy in the informational society, ethic foundations of mainstream and other economic schools, the conceptions of value, creative value and labor value, informational economics, competition and evolution, intellectual property and private property, measures of social progress.
  • Microeconomics: the factor of waiting in the models of consumption and production, friction costs, transformational models of consumption and production, creative factor of microeconomic processes, producer target function, alternative approaches to the goals of economic agents, institutional microeconomics.