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Трансплантация экономических институтов: расширенная теория

https://doi.org/10.32609/0042-8736-2021-9-69-108

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Большинство исследований трансплантации институтов основано на наборе общих методологических принципов и теоретических позиций, которые можно обобщенно назвать «классической теорией». Несмотря на свою убедительность и широкое распространение, классическая теория трансплантации институтов основана на редукционистских подходах и сталкивается с трудностями при системном объяснении трансплантационных процессов в современной экономике. В статье представлена междисциплинарная исследовательская программа расширенной теории трансплантации институтов. Особое внимание предлагается уделить трансплантации «снизу», а также роли институтогенных сообществ — неоднородных сетей внутренних и внешних акторов трансплантируемых институтов. Адаптация трансплантируемого института к новой среде рассматривается в большей степени как активное преобразование среды его акторами (конструирование институциональной ниши). Возникающие у транс- плантированных институтов отклонения от их иностранных прототипов интерпретируются как адаптивная рефункционализация, а не трансплантационные дисфункции. Акцент сделан на интерактивном коммуникационном поле, в котором развиваются трансплантируемые институты. В качестве результата трансплантации предлагается рассматривать не дихотомию успешной адаптации и отторжения нового института, а возникновение институционального ассамбляжа — сложной системы заимствованных и местных институтов, базирующейся на несводимых институциональных логиках.

Об авторе

Д. П. Фролов
Волгоградский государственный технический университет
Россия

Фролов Даниил Петрович, д. э. н., проф. кафедры экономики и предпринимательства

Волгоград



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