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Scitovsky e Hawtrey sui beni creativi

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  • Antonio Bariletti

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Il lavoro ha carattere descrittivo-interpretativo e cerca di rispondere alla domanda: “Di che cosa parliamo, quando parliamo di (dei) beni creativi…?”. Qui presento le prime due parti, delle quattro in cui il lavoro è previsto. Nella prima discuto un primo modo in cui Scitosvky ,in Scitovsky and Scitovsky 1959, individua e sostiene la rilevanza della “creatività” nello sviluppo industriale moderno; nella seconda, espongo ed esamino la nozione originaria di beni creativi secondo Hawtrey , 1926. Questo mi servirà per comparare (nelle restanti due parti) aderenza e divergenze tra la posizione originaria di Hawtrey e quelle di Scitovsky del 1959 e delle due edizioni di The Joyless Economy del 1976 e del 1992; e anche di altri autori che in tempi più recenti possono aver fatto uso dello stesso termine (ma forse non della stessa categoria analitica).

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  • Antonio Bariletti, 2011. "Scitovsky e Hawtrey sui beni creativi," Working Papers 2011-09, Universita' di Cassino, Dipartimento di Scienze Economiche.
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