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Stiglitz Joseph E.
Tytuł
Informacja i zmiana paradygmatu w ekonomii : Część 1
Źródło
Gospodarka Narodowa, 2004, nr 3, s. 78-120, bibliogr. 299 poz.
Słowa kluczowe
Teoria ekonomii, Ekonomika informacji, Modele ekonomiczne, Płace, Ceny, Asymetria informacji, Równowaga rynkowa
Economic theory, Economics of information, Economic models, Wages, Prices, Information asymmetry, Market equilibrium
Uwagi
Tłumaczenie artykułu Information and the Change in the Paradigm in Economics opublikowanego w "American Economic Review" 2002, t. 92, nr 3 (June).
Abstrakt
W artykule przedstawiono prace należące do szerszego programu badawczego, na które najczęściej się powoływano. Autor rozpatrywał ten program z perspektywy historii myśli ekonomicznej chcąc pokazać, że ekonomika informacji stanowi fundamentalną zmianę dominującego w ekonomii paradygmatu. Ekonomika informacji wywarła już znaczący wpływ na sposób, w jaki myśli się obecnie o polityce gospodarczej, a jest bardzo prawdopodobne, że w przyszłości ten wpływ będzie się jeszcze pogłębiał.
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  225. Stiglitz J.E., [1987b], Competition and the Number of Firms in a Market: Are Duopolies More Competitive Than Atomistic Markets?, "Journal of Political Economy”, 95(5), pp. 1041-61.
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  228. Stiglitz J.E., [1987e], On the Microeconomics of Technical Progress, w: J.M. Katz, red., Technology generation in Latin American manufacturing industries, New York, St. Martin"s Press, s. 56-77.
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  232. Stiglitz J.E., [1988b], Money, Credit, and Business Fluctuations, "Economic Record”, December, 64(187), s. 62-72.
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  235. Stiglitz J.E., [1989a], On the Economic Role of the State, w: A. Heertje, red., The economic role of the state, Oxford, U.K., Blackwell, pp. 9-85.
  236. Stiglitz J.E., [1989b], Financial Markets and Development, "Oxford Review of Economic Policy”, Winter, 5(4), s. 55-68.
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  239. Stiglitz J.E., [1989e], Markets, Market Failures and Development, "American Economic Review”, May (Papers and Proceedings), 79(2), s. 197-203.
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  248. Stiglitz J.E., [1992b], Contract Theory and Macroeconomic Fluctuations, w: L. Werin i H. Wijkander, red., Contract economics, Cambridge, MA, Blackwell, s. 292-322.
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  252. Stiglitz J.E., [1993], Consequences of Limited Risk Markets and Imperfect Information for the Design of Taxes and Transfers: An Overview, w: K. Hoff, A. Braverman i J.E. Stiglitz, red., The economics of rural organization: Theory, practice, and policy, New York, Oxford University Press
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  254. Stiglitz J.E., [1994b], Endogenous Growth and Cycles, w: Y. Shionoya i M. Perlman, red., Innovation in technology, industries, and institutions: Studies in Schumpeterian perspectives, Ann Arbor, MI, University of Michigan Press, s. 121-56.
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  256. Stiglitz J.E., [1994d], The Role of the State in Financial Markets, w: M. Bruno i B. Pleskovic, red., Preceeding of the World Bank conference on development economics, 1993, Washington, DC, World Bank, s. 41-46.
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  259. Stiglitz J.E., [1997a], The Role Government in Economic Development, w: M. Bruno i B. Pleskovic, red., Annual World Bank conference on development econommics, 1996, Washington, DC, World Bank, s. 11-23.
  260. Stiglitz J.E., [1997b], The Role Government in the Economics of Developing Countries, w: E. Malinvaud i A.K. Sen, red. Development strategy and the management of the market economy, Oxford, Clarendon, s. 61-109.
  261. Stiglitz J.E., [1998a], Pareto Efficient Taxation and Expenditur Policies, With Applications to the Taxation of Capital, Public Investment, and Externalities, praca niepublikowana, przedstawiona na konferencji upamiętniającej Agnara Sandmo, January.
  262. Stiglitz J.E., [1998b], Towards a New Paradigm for Development: Strategies, Policies and Pricesses, praca niepublikowana, 9th Raul Prebisch Lecture wygłoszony w Palais des Nations, Geneva, UNCTAD, October.
  263. Stiglitz J.E., [1999a], Interest Rates, Risk, and Imperfect Markets: Puzzles and Policies, "Oxford Review of Economic Policy”, 15(2), s. 59-76.
  264. Stiglitz J.E., [1999b], Knowledge for Development: Economic Science, Economic Policy, and Economic Advice, w: B. Pleskovic i J.E. Stiglitz, red. Proceedings from the annual hank conference on development economics, 1998, Washington DC, World Bank, s. 9-58
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  266. Stiglitz J.E., [1999d], Toward a General Theory of Wage and Price Rigidities and Economic Fluctuations, "American Economic Review”, May (Papers and Proceedings), 89(2), s. 75-80.
  267. Stiglitz J.E., [1999e], Responding to Economic Crises: Policy Alternatives for Equitable Recovery and Developmant, "Manchaster School”, Spec. Iss., 67(5), s. 409-27.
  268. Stiglitz J.E., [2000a], Whither Reform? Ten Years of the Transition, w: B. Pleskovic i J.E. Stiglitz, red., Proceedings of the annual bank conference on development economics, 1999, Washington, DC, World Bank, pp.27-86.
  269. Stiglitz J.E., [2000b], Capital Market Liberalization, Economic Growth, and Instability, "World Development”, June, 28(6), s. 1075-86.
  270. Stiglitz J.E., [2000c], Formal and Informal Institutions, w: P. Dasgupta i I. Seragrldin, red., Social capital: A multifaceted perspective, Washington, DC, World Bank, s. 59-68.
  271. Stiglitz J.E., [2000d], The Contributions of the Economies of Information to Twentieh Century Economies, "Quarterly Journal of Economics”, November, 115(4), s. 1441-78.
  272. Stiglitz J.E., [2000e], Some Elementary Principles of Bankruptcy in Governance, equity and global markets (proceedings of annual bank conference for development economics in Europe, June 1999), Paris, La Documentation Francaise.
  273. Stiglitz J.E., [2001a], Challenges in the Analysis of the Role of Institutions in Economic Development, w: G. Kochendorfer-Lucius i B. Pleskovic, red., The instytutional foundations of a market economy, Villa Borsing Workshop Series 2000, Berlin: German Foundation for International Development (DSE), 2001 a, pp. 15-28.
  274. Stiglitz J.E., [2001b], From Miracle to Recovery: Lessons from Four Decades of East Asion Experience, w: Shahid Yusuf, red., Rethinking the East Asian miracle, Washington, DC, World Bank.
  275. Stiglitz J.E., [2001c], Principles of Financial Regulation: A Dynamic Approach, "World Bank Observer”, Spring, 16(1), s. 1-18.
  276. Stiglitz J.E., [2001d], Crisis y Restructuración Financiera: el Papel de la Banca Central, "Cuestiones Económicas”, 17(2), s. 3-24.
  277. Stiglitz J.E., [2001e], Quis Custodiet Ipsos Custodes? Corporate Governance Failures in the Transition, w: J.E. Stiglitz i P.-A. Muet, red., Governance, equity, and global markets: the annual bank conference on development economics in Europe. New York: Oxford University Press, 2001e, pp. 22-54.
  278. Stiglitz J.E., [2002a], New Perspectives on Public Finance: Recent Achievements and Future Challenges, "Journal of Public Economies”, (przygotowaniu).
  279. Stiglitz J.E., [2002b], On Liberty, the Right to Know and Public Discourse: The Role of Transparecny in Public Life, w: M. Gibeny, red., Globalizing rights, Oxford, U.K., Oxford University Press, (w przygotowaniu).
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