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2015, vol. 17, br. 2, str. 125-136
Koordinacioni aspekt institucija u kontekstu evolucionionističkog pristupa ekonomskoj dinamici
Univerzitet u Nišu, Ekonomski fakultet

e-adresazoran.stefanovic@eknfak.ni.ac.rs
Projekat:
Unapređenje konkurentnosti javnog i privatnog sektora umrežavanjem kompetencija u procesu evropskih integracija Srbije (MPNTR - 179066)

Ključne reči: generalizovani darvinizam; replikator; interaktor; institucije; koordinacija
Sažetak
Rad pruža uvid u dominantne tokove savremene evolucionističke ekonomije i skicira važnije probleme vezane za artikulaciju pomenutog pristupa u promišljanju privrede. U radu se, takođe, zastupa stav o institucijama kao nosećim strukturama društveno-ekonomske evolucije, čiji se brojni efekti na nivou društva očitavaju kroz funkciju koordinacije. Proces koordinisanja upošljava, pored tržišta, i druge institucionalne strukture, čiji su profil i operativna načela produkt tokova kulturno-istorijske evolucije, osobenih za svaki društveni poredak. Projekti usmereni ka transformaciji ekonomskog sistema, moraju biti senzibilisani na objektivno uslovljenu raznorodnost institucionalnih strutkura u svetskoj privredi, i, u tom smislu, veoma oprezni u instaliranju 'univerzalnih' reformskih rešenja.
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jezik rada: srpski, engleski
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DOI: 10.5937/ekonhor1502125s
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