Зачем Нужна Старая Институциональная Экономика, Если Есть Неоинституционализм?
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KeywordsСТАРЫЙ (ОРИГИНАЛЬНЫЙ) ИНСТИТУЦИОНАЛИЗМ; НОВАЯ ИНСТИТУЦИОНАЛЬНАЯ ЭКОНОМИКА; НЕОИНСТИТУЦИОНАЛИЗМ; МЕТОДОЛОГИЯ ИНСТИТУЦИОНАЛЬНОЙ ЭКОНОМИКИ; ТРАНСАКЦИИ; ИНСТИТУТЫ; OLD (ORIGINAL) INSTITUTIONAL ECONOMICS (OIE); NEW INSTITUTIONAL ECONOMICS (NIE);
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