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The Economic Plan: The Main Element of the Ordoliberal Theory

  • Boycho Stoychev

    (South-West University ‘Neofit Rislki,’ Bulgaria)

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    In the article ’’The economic plan – the main element of the ordoliberal theory’’ an attempt has been made to analyze the role and the place of the economic plan in the pro-liberal theory. In this article the methodological potential for answering the two main subject-matters of the national economy, formulated by Valter Oyken – the first one about the forms of the economic order and the second one about going back to the economic routine are viewed. In this aspect, what is also considered is the ’’system-forming’’ role of the economic plan in the formation of the two ideal economic systems – the economy with central management and the market economy. The role of the economic plan in exposing the intransitive clear forms, giving the economic theory enlightening and on which the big antinomy is based, has also been looked through. An important place is given to Oyken’s views on the economic process. At the same time an attempt is made to outline his understanding about the economic plan as ’’the fundamental point of Archimed’’, analyzing the economic process. From the points of this understanding the rules defining the economic process, which development is being tracked by the attributes of the economic plan, are regarded in both centrally planned economy and trade economy.

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    This chapter was published in: Boycho Stoychev , , pages 1271-1277, 2013.
    This item is provided by ToKnowPress in its series Active Citizenship by Knowledge Management & Innovation: Proceedings of the Management, Knowledge and Learning International Conference 2013 with number 1271-1277.
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