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Teme
2013, vol. 37, br. 1, str. 33-47
jezik rada: srpski
vrsta rada: pregledni članak
objavljeno: 02/09/2013
Otvorena pitanja teorije i prakse neoliberalizma
aUniverzitet u Nišu, Ekonomski fakultet
bPolicijska akademija, Beograd

e-adresa: natasa.golubovic@eknfak.ni.ac.rs

Projekat

Projekat Ministarstva nauke Republike Srbije, br. 170066: Unapređenje konkurentnosti javnog i privatnog sektora umrežavanjem kompetencija u procesu evropskih integracija Srbije

Sažetak

Ističući neoliberalizam kao trijumf slobodnog tržišta, odnosno neregulisanog kapitalizma, kritičari ističu da je globalna finansijska kriza potkopala legitimitet neoliberalizma. Zato je veoma važno istražiti da li postoji jasna korelacija između normativnih preporuka neoliberalne teorije i političkih i ekonomskih promena u tržišnim privredama u proteklih nekoliko decenija. Elementarni uvid u ekonomska kretanja tokom poslednjih decenija pokazuje da postoji određeno podudaranje između neoliberalnih ideja i trajektorije mnogih tržišnih privreda u ovom periodu, ali i jasne diskrepance između neoliberalne teorije i političke i ekonomske prakse. Neoliberalizam egzistira u artikulaciji sa akterima i institucijama. Kontekst je važan zato što implicira različitost, zavisnost puta i nepodudarnost u pogledu procesa i rezultata. Osnovni zaključak rada je da jedino, ukoliko neoliberalizam posmatramo kao društveno ukorenjen, možemo da govorimo o neoliberalizmu kao političko-ekonomskoj doktrini, ekonomsko-političkoj praksi i procesu ekonomske transformacije i da ustanovimo vezu između njih.

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