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Адаптивная Рациональность И Экономическое Поведение В Эволюционном Контексте

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  • Вольчик В. В.

    (Южный федеральный университет)

  • Зотова Т. А.

    (Южный федеральный университет)

В статье предложена концепция адаптивной рациональности как характеристики экономического поведения, рассматриваемого в контексте эволюции институтов. Анализ важнейших подходов к рациональности в экономической теории позволил определить специфику адаптивной рациональности и ее проявления на различных уровнях экономического поведения. Адаптивная рациональность рассматривается в связи с формированием и идентификацией институтов. Такой подход направлен на выработку инструментов, способствующих более глубокому пониманию эволюционных процессов в рамках специфического хозяйственного порядка.

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Article provided by CyberLeninka & Федеральное государственное автономное образовательное учреждение высшего профессионального образования «Южный федеральный университет» in its journal Terra Economicus.

Volume (Year): 9 (2011)
Issue (Month): 4 ()
Pages: 54-64

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Handle: RePEc:scn:031478:14397347
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