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Что исследование переходных экономикдало мейнстриму экономической теории?

https://doi.org/10.32609/0042-8736-2012-8-98-121

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В статье на примерах показано, что опыт посткоммунистической трансформации и спровоцированные eю академические и прикладные дискуссии оказались полезны для экономической теории мейнстрима. Были, в частности, пересмотрены взгляды на роль государства и социальной политики, институтов и банковской системы в экономическом развитии, по-новому стали рассматриваться эффективность приватизации, зависимость от предшествующего развития и функции политических элит в проведении институциональных реформ. Показано, какие из рекомендаций международных консультантов оказались неадекватны в процессе трансформации и почему.

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JEL: E02; F35; O19; P21; P26; P34; P36

Об авторе

М. Эллман
Школа бизнеса Амстердамского университета (Нидерланды)
Россия
профессор Школы бизнеса Амстердамского университета (Нидерланды)


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Эллман М. Что исследование переходных экономикдало мейнстриму экономической теории? Вопросы экономики. 2012;(8):98-121. https://doi.org/10.32609/0042-8736-2012-8-98-121

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Ellman M. What Did the Study of Transition EconomiesContribute to Mainstream Economics? Voprosy Ekonomiki. 2012;(8):98-121. (In Russ.) https://doi.org/10.32609/0042-8736-2012-8-98-121

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