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Razvoj tržišne privrede je evolutivni proces
Univerzitet u Nišu, Ekonomski fakultet
Ključne reči: tranzicija; neoklasična ekonomija; institucije; zavisnost od putanje
Sažetak
Osnovni cilj postsocijalističkih zemalja je razvoj funkcionirajuće tržišne ekonomije, što bi trebalo da se postigne uspostavljanjem složenog sistema normi tržišnog ponašanja. Zemlje u tranziciji imale su različitog uspeha u sprovođenju ove strategije. Novouspostavljene norme ponašanja izazivaju transformaciju nasleđene institucionalne strukture ovih zemalja. U radu se ukazuje da transformacija postojeće institucionalne matrice predstavlja postepeni, evolutivni proces, naročito u manje uspešnim zemljama u tranziciji. Brzina institucionalne tranzicije glavna je determinanta efikasnosti tranzicije.
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