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A puha költségvetési korlát - II
[The soft budget constraint II]

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  • Kornai, János
  • Maskin, Eric
  • Roland, Gérard

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A tanulmány javaslatot tesz a puha költségvetési korlát fogalmának tisztázására. A fogalmat széles körben alkalmazzák mind a szocialista és posztszocialista, mind pedig a piaci gazdaságok elemzése során. A szerzők által megfogalmazott értelmezés fel öleli a puha költségvetési korlát jelenségcsoportjával kapcsolatos megközelítések zömét, és egyben osztályozza az okokat és a következményeket (I. rész). Ezen az értelmezésen alapul a témáról szóló elméleti irodalom áttekintése, valamint összeve tése a dinamikus elkötelezettség problematikájával foglalkozó más közgazdasági iro dalommal (II. rész). Journal of Economic Literature (JEL) kód:P10, P20, P30, P40, G20, G30, H60, H70.

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Pages: 777-809

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