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Piętak Łukasz (Instytut Nauk Ekonomicznych PAN)
Tytuł
Zrównoważony wzrost gospodarczy w teoriach i modelach wzrostu i rozwoju gospodarczego
Sustainable Economic Growth in Theories and Models of Economic Growth and Development
Źródło
Gospodarka w Praktyce i Teorii, 2016, nr 2(43), s. 51-77, bibliogr. 110 poz.
Słowa kluczowe
Wzrost gospodarczy, Teoria wzrostu gospodarczego, Rozwój gospodarczy, Model wzrostu gospodarczego, Czynniki egzogeniczne
Economic growth, Economic growth theory, Economic development, Economic growth model, Exogenous factors
Uwagi
summ., streszcz.
Abstrakt
Celem artykułu jest analiza koncepcji zrównoważonego wzrostu gospodarczego w teoriach i modelach wzrostu i rozwoju. Teoretyczny charakter artykułu zdecydował o wyborze metody badawczej, którą jest analiza piśmiennictwa dotyczącego omawianego zagadnienia. W artykule wykorzystano pozycje bibliograficzne publikowane w języku polskim, angielskim i francuskim. Pierwszą część artykułu stanowi wstęp. Druga część została poświęcona zagadnieniu wzrostu gospodarczego w historii myśli ekonomicznej. Scharakteryzowano w niej czynniki decydujące o wzroście gospodarczym według ekonomii klasycznej oraz keynesizmu. W kolejnej - trzeciej - części charakteryzowano teorie rozwoju społeczno-gospodarczego i teorie wzrostu gospodarczego oraz dokonano ich podziału na teorie przewidujące odpowiednio zrównoważony i niezrównoważony charakter wzrostu gospodarczego. Czwartą część opracowania poświęcono modelom wzrostu gospodarczego. W tym przypadku modele podzielono na egzogeniczne, przewidujące osiąganie przez gospodarkę stanu zrównoważonego, oraz endogeniczne, według których wzrost gospodarczy jest niezrównoważony. W ostatniej części artykułu podjęto zagadnienie dotyczące innych czynników wpływających na rozwójgospodarczy. Artykuł kończy się wnioskami wynikającym z przeprowadzonych analiz. (abstrakt oryginalny)

The aim of this article is to analyze the concept of sustainable economic growth in theories and models of growth and development. The theoretical character of article decided on the choosing of research method, which is the analysis of the literature on discussed issue. In the article were used bibliography published in Polish, English and French. The first part of the article was devoted to the issue of economic growth in the history of economic thought. In his part were characterized factors determining economic growth according to classical economics and Keynesian economics. In the second part theories of socio-economic development and theories of economic growth were characterized and their division, which provide balanced and unbalanced character of growth, were done. The third part of the study was devoted to models of economic growth. In this case, the models were divided into exogenous models, which provide achieving the sustainable growth by the economy, and endogenous models, according to which, economic growth is unbalanced. In thelast part of this article it considers about other factors affecting economic development. The article ends with conclusions resulting from analyzes. (original abstract)
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