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Transaktionen anstelle von Tauschakten: Einleitung in eine Revision ökonomischer Theorie

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  • Kabalak, Alihan
  • Priddat, Birger P.
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    Die moderne Ökonomik ist in ihrem Kern immer noch tauschtheoretisch begründet. Die Bemühungen der Neuen Institutionenökonomik für eine transaktionstheoretische Fundierung sind auf halbem Wege stehengeblieben (Fokussierung von Kosten bei gegebenen Nutzen; keine spezifisch transaktionsbasierte Markttheorie, nur eine theory of the firm und institutional change aus wirtschaftshistorischer Perspektive). Wir werden die Konzepte 'Tausch' und 'Transaktion' voneinander abgrenzen und daraufhin die ökonomischen Implikationen von 'Vertrag' (inklusive 'Verhandlung'), 'Geld', 'Institution', 'rational choice', 'Interaktion'; und 'Kommunikation' neu bestimmen. --

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    Paper provided by Witten/Herdecke University, Faculty of Management and Economics in its series Discussion Papers with number 11/2011.

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