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Acemoglu Daron (Massachusetts Institute of Technology w Cambridge), Robinson James A. (Harvard University, USA), Sordyl Marta, tłum.
Tytuł
Ekonomia kontra polityka : niebezpieczne rady w kwestiach polityki ekonomicznej
Źródło
Gospodarka Narodowa, 2013, nr 11-12, s. 113-136, bibliogr. 73 poz.
The National Economy
Słowa kluczowe
Ekonomia, Polityka, Polityka gospodarcza, Równowaga gospodarcza
Economics, Politics, Economic policy, Economic equilibrium
Uwagi
Oryginalny tytuł: Economics versus Politics: Pitfalls of Policy Advice. Artykuł ukazał się w "Journal of Economic Perspectives", 213, nr 2, s. 173-192.
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Abstrakt
W tym artykule twierdzimy nie tylko, że doradztwo ekonomiczne ignoruje politykę na własne ryzyko, ale również, że istnieją systematycznie działające siły, które czasami przekształcają dobrą ekonomię w złą politykę, przy czym to drugie, niestety, często przeważa nad dobrem ekonomicznym. Oczywiście nie twierdzimy, że doradztwo ekonomiczne powinno wzdragać się przed identyfikowaniem niedoskonałości rynku i wskazywaniem kreatywnych sposobów ich przezwyciężenia; nie sugerujemy też całkowitego odejścia od dobrej polityki gospodarczej. Argumentujemy raczej, że analiza ekonomiczna musi - teoretycznie i empirycznie - identyfikować warunki, przy których polityka i ekonomia popadają w konflikt, a następnie oceniać propozycje w zakresie polityki, biorąc pod uwagę ów konflikt i wynikające z niego potencjalne skutki uboczne. (fragment tekstu)
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