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Институционализмы в экономической науке: что стоит за их разнообразием?

Институционализмы в экономической науке: что стоит за их разнообразием?

Journal of Institutional Studies (Журнал институциональных исследований), , Том 13 (номер 1),

Институциональное направление в экономической науке возникло, как известно, более века назад и в настоящее время получило название «оригинальная институциональная экономическая теория». В середине прошлого века возник альтернативный вариант этого направления, именуемый «новая институциональная экономическая теория». За последние сорок лет в институциональном направлении было заявлено о создании значительного числа новых экономических институционализмов, среди которых выделяются: когнитивный, критический, монетарный, «неполный», «новый новый», общий, постинституционализм, пост-кейнсианский и правовой институционализмы. Данная статья посвящена анализу основных положений перечисленных институционализмов в экономической науке, с целью ответа на вопрос, являются ли они альтернативами ранее созданных оригинальной и новой институциональным экономическим теориям, либо же уточняют те или иные моменты в этих основных институционализмах. Проведенное исследование показало, что наиболее развитая часть возникших в последние десятилетия институционализмов расширяет области и методы исследования внутри либо оригинального институционализма, либо новой институциональной экономической теории, не предлагая оснований, которые выходили бы за рамки оснований названных «базовых» институционализмов. Исходя из этого, в статье сделан вывод, что рост числа институционализмов свидетельствует о развитии «базовых» институционализмов, а не о том, что они исчерпали заложенные в них исследовательские возможности.


Ключевые слова: исходный институционализм; новая институциональная экономическая теория; вновь возникшие институционализмы

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