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'Ukorenjeni' neoliberalizam
aUniverzitet u Nišu, Ekonomski fakultet
bUniverzitet u Nišu, Pravni fakultet

e-adresanatasa.golubovic@eknfak.ni.ac.rs
Projekat:
Održivost identiteta Srba i nacionalnih manjina u pograničnim opštinama istočne i jugoistočne Srbije (MPNTR - 179013)

Ključne reči: liberalizam; neoliberalizam; ukorenjenost; država; tržište
Sažetak
Neoliberalizam predstavlja predmet oprečnih interpretacija. Iako se često povezuje sa pitanjem odnosa države i tržišta, neoliberalizam svakako prevazilazi okvire tih odnosa. Neoliberalizam predstavlja razgranatu građevinu satkanu od verovanja, prakse i institucija. Zanemarivanje bilo kojeg od pomenutih elemenata vodi nerazumevanju celine. Jedno od najsloženijih pitanja sa kojim se suočavaju oni koji se bave neoliberalizmom je utvrđivanje veze između normativnih preporuka neoliberalne teorije i političkih i ekonomskih promena u tržišnim privredama. Elementarni uvid u ekonomske promene u poslednjih nekoliko decenija pokazuje da postoji određeno podudaranje između neoliberalnih ideja i trajektorije većine kapitalističkih privreda, ali i jasne diskrepance. Cilj ovog rada je da istraži analitički potencijal koncepta 'ukorenjenosti' u analizi diskrepanci između neoliberlne teorije i prakse.
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