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Теоретические Подходы К Идентификации Трансакционных Издержек


  • Вольчик Вячеслав Витальевич
  • Нечаев Алексей Дмитриевич


В статье описаны теоретические подходы к идентификации трансакционных издержек, предложенные зарубежными исследователями с начала XX века по настоящее время. На основе анализа сложившегося подхода к исследованию трансакций и трансакционных издержек в традиционном (старом) институционализме и новой институциональной экономике, предпринимается попытка синтеза психолого-либертарного подхода Коммонса с затратными подходами Коуза, Уильямсона, Эрроу, Норта и ряда других исследователей с целью создания целостной научной картины современного состояния развития теоретических исследований трансакционных издержек.

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  • Вольчик Вячеслав Витальевич & Нечаев Алексей Дмитриевич, 2014. "Теоретические Подходы К Идентификации Трансакционных Издержек," Journal of Economic Regulation Journal of Economic Regulation (Вопросы регулирования экономики), CyberLeninka;Общество с ограниченной ответственностью «Гуманитарные перспективы», vol. 5(1).
  • Handle: RePEc:scn:029047:15541990

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