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Kriz Teorileri: Kondratieff, Schumpeter ve Wallerstein

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  • Osman Aydogus


    (Department of Economics, Ege University)

  • Burcu Türkcan


    (Department of Economics, Ege Univesity)

  • Elif Tunali


    (Department of Economics, Ege University)

  • Baris Serkan Kopurlu


    (Department of Economics, Yasar University)

Dünya ekonomik sistemi son yillarda küresel bir krize girmistir. Henüz dip noktasýna ulasmamis olan krizin son derece siddetli ve yaygin olacagi görülmekte ve bu yönüyle 1929 Büyük Buhrani’ni hatirlatmaktadir. Krizin neoliberal politikalarin egemen olduðu bir dönemde patlak vermesi alternatif iktisat anlayislarini tekrar gündeme getirmistir. Bu çalismada Kondratieff, Schumpeter ve Wallerstein’in kriz teorileri incelenmektedir. Günümüzde yasanan küresel krizin nedenlerini anlama ve çikis yollarýini bulma arayisinda bu üç kriz yaklasimini incelemenin önemli bir katki saglayacaðýgi kuskusuzdur.

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Paper provided by Ege University, Department of Economics in its series Working Papers with number 0901.

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Length: 20 pages
Date of creation: Mar 2009
Handle: RePEc:ege:wpaper:0901
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