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Когда идеи важнее интересов: предпочтения, взгляды на мир и инновации в экономической политике

https://doi.org/10.32609/0042-8736-2015-1-22-44

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Аннотация

В статье показано, что взаимосвязь интересов агентов и наблюдаемых процессов в политико-экономическом контексте зависит от многочисленных неявных предпосылок об имеющихся у агентов идеях по поводу того, что они максимизируют, как устроен мир; и по поводу набора инструментов, которыми они располагают, чтобы реализовывать свои интересы. Эти идеи сами могут быть объектом как манипуляций, так и инноваций, становясь тем самым частью политической игры. Существует прямая аналогия между изобретательской деятельностью в секторе новых технологий и инвестициями в убеждения и инновациями в экономической политике. Особый акцент сделан на моделях, с помощью которых экономисты пытаются объяснить экономическую неэффективность.

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Д. Родрик
Школа общественных наук Института перспективных исследований (Принстон, США)
Соединённые Штаты Америки
профессор Школы общественных наук Института перспективных исследований (Принстон, США)


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Родрик Д. Когда идеи важнее интересов: предпочтения, взгляды на мир и инновации в экономической политике. Вопросы экономики. 2015;(1):22-44. https://doi.org/10.32609/0042-8736-2015-1-22-44

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Rodrik D. When ideas trump interests: Preferences, Worldviews, and Policy innovations. Voprosy Ekonomiki. 2015;(1):22-44. (In Russ.) https://doi.org/10.32609/0042-8736-2015-1-22-44

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