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Anali Pravnog fakulteta u Beogradu
2019, vol. 67, br. 1, str. 93-112
jezik rada: srpski
vrsta rada: članak
doi:10.5937/AnaliPFB1901095B

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Koncepcija institucionalne granice i njeni analitički dometi u istraživanju privrednog rasta
Univerzitet u Beogradu, Pravni fakultet

e-adresa: begovic@ius.bg.ac.rs

Sažetak

Cilj rada je da razmotri koncepciju institucionalne granice i da ispita njene analitičke domete u istraživanju privrednog rasta. Zaključak je da ne postoji jednoznačan odgovor na pitanje koje su najbolje ekonomske institucije sa stanovišta privrednog rasta jer taj odgovor zavisi od dostignutog nivoa razvijenosti. Nadalje, pokazalo se da koncepcijom institucionalne granice ne može da se reši problem kontrole dejstva kulture na ekonomske ishode, a ispostavilo se da je kultura, zajedno sa institucijama, značajan faktor privrednog rasta. Zaključuje se da definisanje jedinstvene institucionalne granice nije poželjno već da tome treba pristupiti na nivou pojedinih ekonomskih institucija ili njihovih grupa. Merenje institucionalne granice stvara znatne metodološke probleme. Analitički dometi koncepcije institucionalne granice nisu veliki, ali je njihovo istraživanje donelo brojne uzgredne, nenameravane koristi od razumevanja mehanizama privrednog rasta.

Ključne reči

Privredni rast; Institucionalna granica; Granica efikasnosti; Granica dostupne tehnologije; Kultura; Ekonomske slobode

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