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Bludnik Izabela (Uniwersytet Ekonomiczny w Poznaniu)
Tytuł
Interwencjonizm a liberalizm - między paradygmatem keynesowskim i neoklasycznym
Interventionism and Liberalism - between Keynesian and Neoclassical Paradigms
Źródło
Zeszyty Naukowe / Uniwersytet Ekonomiczny w Poznaniu, 2012, nr 230, s. 42-56, bibliogr. 52 poz.
Słowa kluczowe
Interwencjonizm państwa, Liberalizm, Neokeynesizm, Keynesizm
Government intervention, Liberalism, Neokeynesian, Keynesian theory
Uwagi
streszcz., summ.
Abstrakt
Neokeynesowski program badawczy jest niezwykle heterogeniczny. Wynika to przede wszystkim z ogromnego zróżnicowania zainteresowań badawczych, charakterystycznych dla całego paradygmatu keynesowskiego, jak i z licznych wpływów nurtu neoliberalnego. Wiele współczesnych teorii keynesowskich akceptuje wprost takie tradycyjnie klasyczne elementy, jak: dobrowolne bezrobocie, doskonała konkurencja, homogeniczne optymalizujące podmioty gospodarcze, długookresowa równowaga z neutralnym pieniądzem i zrealizowanymi oczekiwaniami, podażowa polityka gospodarcza. Stąd wniosek, że neokeynesizm powinien być postrzegany jako szkoła leżąca na pograniczu dwóch paradygmatów - keynesowskiego i neoklasycznego. To przenikanie się obydwu paradygmatów, którego wyrazem są "hybrydowe" modele neokeynesowskie, nie oznacza jednak, że udało się osiągnąć trwałe porozumienie między opozycyjnymi szkołami głównego nurtu, dowodzące faktycznego postępu naukowego. (abstrakt oryginalny)

The New Keynesian research program is unusually heterogeneous. This results mainly from different scientific interests typical of the Keynesian paradigm and distinct neoliberal influences. Many modern Keynesian theories utterly accept such traditionally classical elements as: voluntary unemployment, perfect competition, homogeneous optimizing agents, long-term equilibrium with neutral money and realized expectations, supply-side economic policy. Hence, New Keynesian Economics should be viewed as a school being on the edge of the two paradigms - Keynesian and neoclassical. The amalgamate of the two paradigms manifested by "hybrid" New Keynesian models does not mean, however, that long-standing conflicts between mainstream schools have been ultimately averted. Also it does not mean that the actual scientific progress has been accomplished. (original abstract)
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Bibliografia
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