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Akerlof George
Tytuł
Makroekonomia behavioralna a funkcjonowanie gospodarki
Źródło
Gospodarka Narodowa, 2003, nr 10, s. 81-116, bibliogr. 145 poz.
Słowa kluczowe
Nagroda Nobla z ekonomii, Behawioryzm, Asymetria informacji, Makroekonomia
Nobel Prize in economic, Behaviourism, Information asymmetry, Macroeconomics
Uwagi
Tytuł oryginału: Behavioral Macroeconomics and Macroeconmic Behavior, American Economic Review, 2002, t. 92, nr 3, s. 411-433. Z języka angielskiego przetłumaczył Mirosław Raczyński
Abstrakt
Artykuł jest zmienioną wersją wykładu, który Georg A. Akerlof wygłosił w Sztokholmie w dniu 8 grudnia 2001 roku, podczas ceremonii wręczenia Nagród Nobla w dziedzinie ekonomii.
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