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Autor
Meyer Maciej (Gdynia Maritime University)
Tytuł
Economics and Biology - in Search of Common Ground
Ekonomia i biologia - w poszukiwaniu wspólnego mianownika
Źródło
Acta Scientiarum Polonorum. Oeconomia, 2018, R. 17, nr 1, s. 67-74, bibliogr. 49 poz.
Słowa kluczowe
Teoria ekonomii, Biologia, Metodologia ekonomii
Economic theory, Biology, Economic methodology
Uwagi
streszcz., summ.
Abstrakt
Artykuł porusza problematykę związków ekonomii i biologii z punktu widzenia ekonomisty. Jego celem jest próba integracji wybranego dorobku obu nauk. Inspirując się słowami Alfreda Marshalla, autor wspiera jego twierdzenie, że ekonomia jest dziedziną biologii. Rozważania tej tematyki wpływają na rozwój interdyscyplinarności dziedzin naukowych i przyczyniają się do lepszego zrozumienia rzeczywistości. Przy wykorzystaniu analizy źródeł oraz rozumowania dedukcyjnego i redukcyjnego wykazano związki między ekonomią i biologią oraz przedstawiono implikacje z tego wynikające. Ponadto scharakteryzowano przyczyny i przejawy integracji oraz istniejące problemy w integracji podejść. (abstrakt oryginalny)

The article touches on the issues of relations between economics and biology from economic point of view. Its aim is to try to integrate the chosen achievements of both sciences. The author, inspired by statement of Alfred Marshall, supports his position that economics is a branch of biology. Reflections on this topic enhance interdisciplinarity of such fields of study and improve our understanding of the reality. By way of analyzing literature and by using deductive and reductive reasoning relations between economics and biology are pointed out as well as implications. Also, the reasons and indications of the integration are shown as well as existing problems in such approaches. (original abstract)
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ISSN
1644-0757
Język
eng
URI / DOI
http://dx.doi.org/10.22630/ASPE.2018.17.1.8
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