Interventionism In The Real Economy (Ii)
AbstractInterventionism is known as a "necessary evil" in economic and social development, but may gain new dimensions in the current financial and economic crisis. In this context, the study aims at presenting concepts more or less the class of specialists, but today should be redefined. Value added of the conceptual nature of the study is to test the effectiveness of intervention and redefining the state role in economy and society. In this context, after presenting the main aspects of the relationship between governance and macroeconomics, economic efficiency, social justice and economic and social development, market failure, externalities, public goods, in the last number of revue, develop the main issues related determinants of state intervention in the context economic recession and the intensity of state intervention in the economy.
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Bibliographic InfoArticle provided by Centre of Financial and Monetary Research "Victor Slavescu" in its journal Studii Financiare (Financial Studies).
Volume (Year): 14 (2010)
Issue (Month): 1 ()
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