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От трансакционных издержек – к трансакционной ценности: преодолевая фрикционную парадигму

https://doi.org/10.32609/0042-8736-2020-8-51-81

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В области изучения трансакционных издержек существует немало догматических концепций и утверждений, сохранившихся под влиянием зависимости от предшествующего развития. К ним относятся догма о трансакцион ных издержках как трениях, догма о непродуктивности трансакций как генератора потерь, Стиглерова версия теоремы Коуза и логика минимизации трансакционных издержек, догма о приоритетности институтов обеспечения низкозатратных трансакций. Перечисленные догмы лежат в основе сложившейся традиции трансакционного анализа — фрикционной парадигмы, которая составляет фундамент неоинституциональной теории. Поэтому сообщество новых институционалистов имплицитно блокирует попытки серьезно пересмотреть эту догматику. В статье обоснована альтернативная доминирующему институциональному дискурсу ценностноориентированная перспектива развития трансакционных исследований на основе возвращения, переосмысления и объединения теорий трансакций Дж. Коммонса, трансакционного сектора Дж. Уоллиса — Д. Норта, трансакционных выгод Т. Сэндлера, Н. Комзы, Т. Эггертссона и трансакционной ценности Э. Заяца — Ц. Олсена. Приводятся аргументы в пользу более широких объяснительных возможностей ценностно-ориентированного трансакционного анализа.

Об авторе

Д. П. Фролов
Волгоградский государственный технический университет
Россия
Фролов Даниил Петрович, д. э. н., проф. кафедры экономики и предпринимательства


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