Становление Общего Социального Анализа
[Toward General Social Analysis]
AbstractIn this paper, it is shown that the concept “economic imperialism” has no real content with epistemological point of view: there is no evidence of using specific economic methodology in areas of other social disciplines. Economics is in a permanent crisis caused by the impossibility to answer its most important questions if one remains in its own area. However, social disciplines have now not only common subject of research, but also common empirical base and a unified analytical apparatus. Preconditions are created to form General Social Analysis as a discipline about functioning and development of social institutions and about behavior of human collectives in their frameworks.
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Date of creation: 2010
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economic crisis; crisis of economics; economic imperialism; methodological individualism; game theory; Sonnensсhein-Mantel-Debreu theorem;
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