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Hudea Oana Simona (Caraman) (University of Bucharest, Bucharest, Romania)
Classical and Keynesian Thinking in Terms of Modeling
Podejście klasyczne i keynesowskie do modelowania
Zeszyty Naukowe Uniwersytetu Przyrodniczo-Humanistycznego w Siedlcach. Administracja i Zarządzanie (19), 2012, nr 92, s. 91-108, rys., bibliogr. 13 poz.
Teoria ekonomii, Teoria ewolucyjna w ekonomii, Makroekonomia, Analiza punktów krytycznych
Economic theory, Evolutionary theory in economics, Macroeconomics, Critical points analysis
streszcz., summ.
W artykule przedstawiono ewolucje teorii ekonomicznych począwszy od klasycznej i neoklasycznej do keynesowskiego i neokeynesowskiego podejścia, uwzględniając argumenty i kontrargumenty każdej ze stron. Analiza krytyczna ewolucji teorii ekonomicznej przeprowadzona została na podstawie faktów ekonomicznych obejmujących okres około dwustu lat. (abstrakt oryginalny)

This paper renders the evolution of economic theories from classical and neoclassical specific conceptions to Keynesian and neo-Keynesian approach, underlining the arguments and contra-arguments of each side in supporting their ideas. The equilibrium on different markets in rendered according to the vision of the said thought's adepts both graphically and by means of representative models. The article, covering a period of about of two hundred years represents in fact a brief history of the economic life of the time, reflected, with a critical eye, in a very personal manner. (original abstract)
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