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Проблемы Общей Теории Социальной Экономии

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  • Rubinstein Alexander Yakovlevich
  • Grinberg Ruslan Semenovich

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Представлены основные положения разрабатываемой авторами общей теории социальной экономии и дается развернутая критика атомарного экономического мировоззрения. Предпринята попытка объединения классических рыночных аксиом с парадигмой социализации и разработана концепция экономической социодинамики, являющаяся ядром новой экономической теории. В рамках этой концепции обосновывается ключевое теоретическое положение о существовании несводимых общественных потребностей и вводится категорию , носителем которой является государство. В работе выдвигается гипотеза о государстве как о полноправном субъекте рыночных отношений и новом понимании рыночного равновесия. Предлагается расширительная трактовка Парето-оптимума и дается характеристика основных принципов рационального поведения государства. In the report, basics of the general theory of social economy, developed by the authors, are presented, and automatic economic philosophy is criticized. An attempt to combine classical market axioms with the socialization paradigm is undertaken, and the concept of Economic Sociodynamics as core of a new economic theory is developed. Within the framework of this concept, the authors offer the key theoretical issue, the existence of non-reducible public needs, and introduce the "social utility" category, whose carrier is the state. The hypothesis about the state being a normal agent of market relations and a new understanding of market equilibrium is put forward. The Pareto optimum is treated in a new, extended way, and basic principles of rational behaviour on the part of the state are characterized.

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Paper provided by Institute of Economics in its series Working papers with number y:1998:a:pru175,pgr372:n:1.

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Length: 23 pages
Date of creation: 21 Nov 1997
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Publication status: Published in Экономическая наука современной России, 1998, no. 2, pp. 34-56.
Handle: RePEc:rua:wpaper:y:1998:a:pru175,pgr372:n:1

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Keywords: Economic Sociodynamics; methodological individualism; irreducibility of needs; individual utility; Sociodynamics multiplier; General Theory of Social Economy; Economic Sociodynamics; irreducible interests; social utility; Pareto optimum; or Pareto optimality; equilibrium; or balance; government; or state activity; rational behavior of the state;

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