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Методологический Анализ Теории Опекаемых Благ
[The methodological analysis of the Theory of Patronized Goods]

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  • Rubinstein Alexander Yakovlevich

В работе рассмотрены некоторые модификации двух принципов австрийской школы – методологического субъективизма и методологического индивидуализма,а также стандартной аксиомы гомогенности экономических агентов, составляющие основу ряда теорий, обосновывающих государственную активность. Анализ основных предпосылок теории общественных и мериторных благ, концепции либертарианского патернализма позволил автору предположить, что с точки зрения методологии эти теоретические построения являются частными случаями теории опекаемых благ,фундамент которой составляют методологический субъективизм», «методологический релятивизм и принцип гетерогенности. The present research work is dedicated to the methodological aspects of the Theory of Patronized Goods. In this work some modifications of two principles of the Austrian school had been considered and examined and these principles are as follows: “the methodological subjectivism” and “the methodological individualism”, as well as the modification of the standard axiom of “the homogeneity of economic agents”, which comprise the basis of a number of theories, substantiating the state activity. In the same context the paper presents an analysis of the Theory of Patronized Goods, which constitutes the foundation of methodological subjectivism, methodological relativism and the principle of heterogeneity.

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