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Arup Christopher (Uniwersytet Monash, Australia)
Globalny kryzys finansowy: wnioski płynące z badań nad procesami tworzenia regulacji i rządzenia
The Global Financal Crisis: Learning from Regulatory and Governance Studies
Zarządzanie Publiczne / Uniwersytet Ekonomiczny w Krakowie, 2012, nr 4 (22), s. 71-87, Bibliogr. 69 poz.
Słowa kluczowe
Kryzys finansowy, Kryzys gospodarczy, Finanse, Kontrola
Financial crisis, Economic crisis, Finance, Control
streszcz., summ.
W swoim artykule Christopher Arup analizuje wyniki badań nad procesami tworzenia regulacji, rządzenia oraz nad wpływami wielkich korporacji na światową gospodarkę przed globalnym kryzysem finansowym i podczas jego trwania. Autor podkreśla konieczność wypracowania szerszej demokratycznej kontroli nad zasobami finansowymi przy jednoczesnym ograniczeniu uzależnienia od kapitalizmu ściśle finansowego takich dziedzin, jak najważniejsze rodzaje usług ubezpieczenia społeczne i ochrona środowiska naturalnego. (abstrakt oryginalny)

In his article, Christopher Arup analyses the impacts of different studies on the processes of shaping regulations, governance and responsibilities of corporations and their influence on the world's economy prior to and during the recent global financial crisis. The author emphasizes the need for a greater democratic control of financial resources and, at the same time, calls for less dependence on finance capitalism in the fields of essential services, social security and environment protection. (original abstract)
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