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Pénz, pénzügyi közvetítők és a reálgazdaság
[Money, financial mediators and the real economy]

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  • László, Géza
  • Zsámboki, Balázs
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    A modern makroökonómia elméletében nagyon erősen tartja magát az a vélemény, mely szerint a finanszírozási szerkezet és a pénzügyi rendszer működése tulajdonképpen lényegtelen az üzleti ciklusok szempontjából, azok alapjában véve reál eredetűek. Ehhez kapcsolódóan sokan úgy vélik, hogy a pénzállomány alakulása nem külsődleges tényező a reálgazdaság számára, hanem igazodik annak pénzigényéhez. Egy másik fontos jellemzője az elmúlt évtizedek közgazdaságtani "főáramának", hogy a reálszféra és a pénzügyi szféra logikai kapcsolódási pontja a pénz kategóriája. Ugyanakkor az elmúlt években jó néhány empirikus és analitikus elemző felismerte (vagy legalábbis nem cáfolta), hogy sok esetben a pénzügyi közvetítő rendszer működése hat a reálgazdaságra. Közülük néhányan arra hívták fel a figyelmet, hogy e közvetítő rendszer működésének egésze érdekes a transzmissziós mechanizmus szempontjából. E tanulmány a "klasszikus" elméletek egyes gondolatainak szemlézése után betekintést kíván nyújtani egy ilyen alternatív megközelítés eszmetörténeti előzményeibe és napjaink néhány új kutatási eredményébe.

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    Article provided by Közgazdasági Szemle Alapítvány (Economic Review Foundation) in its journal Közgazdasági Szemle (Economic Review - monthly of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences).

    Volume (Year): XLII (1995)
    Issue (Month): 7 ()
    Pages: 667-684

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