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Az ezredvégi nagy borzongás
[The big thrill at the end of the millennium]

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  • László, Géza
  • Király, Júlia
  • Csontos, László
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    A közelmúltban több olyan tanulmány, publicisztika látott napvilágot Magyarországon, amely a pénzügyi rendszer .eltorzult. fejlődését, a .pénzvilág. túlzott befolyását elemezte. E tanulmány megírásának célja a .pénzvilággal kapcsolatos félelmek. összetevőinek megragadása és a közgazdaságtan néhány eredményével való szembesítése volt. Az írás három részre tagolódik. Az első részben a pénzügyi intézményekkel kapcsolatos .uralmi tézis. . elsősorban ennek erős változata . elméleti, módszertani problémáit és normatív hátterét vizsgáljuk. A második rész azokra a felvetésekre reagál, amelyek a pénzügyi közvetítők .valós. világtól való elszakadását, a pénzügyi folyamatok mennyiségi robbanását és .önálló életet élő virtuális valóságként. való létezését hangsúlyozzák. E rész bemutatja a pénzügyi innovációt befolyásoló legfontosabb tényezőket, a gyakran diabolikus színben feltüntetett technikák, tranzakciók funkcióit. A pénzügyi rendszer kritikáiban . explicit vagy implicit módon . gyakran bukkan fel a szigorúbb szabályozási megoldások, az állami beavatkozás igénye. Ennek kapcsán érdemes áttekinteni a szabályozás várható következményeit, de nemcsak a vélt pozitív, hanem a kellemetlen mellékhatásokat is. A harmadik rész erre tesz kísérletet.

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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): XLIV (1997)
    Issue (Month): 7 ()
    Pages: 569-596

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