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Kapita³ spo³eczny a poziom rozwoju gospodarczego w œwietle modelu jastrz¹b-go³¹b

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  • Dorota Wêziak-Bia³owolska

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  • Piotr Bia³owolski

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Celem niniejszego artyku³u jest przedstawienie zwi¹zków miêdzy poziomem i charakterem kapita³u spo³ecznego a poziomem rozwoju gospodarczego na przyk³adzie teoretycznego modelu jastrz¹b-go³¹b [Bowles 2004]. Model jastrz¹b-go³¹b zak³ada, Se w gospodarce obecne s¹ dwa typy ludzi (typy spo³eczne): „jastrzêbie” i „go³êbie”. „Jastrzêbie” osi¹gaj¹ korzyœci dziêki pracy „go³êbi”, natomiast „go³êbie” osi¹gaj¹ korzyœci dziêki pracy w³asnej. Podejmowanie tematów poœwiêconych wyjaœnieniu oraz modelowaniu kana³ów transmisji kapita³u spo³ecznego na gospodarkê i jej rozwój nie jest powszechne w literaturze. Ponadto prezentowane podejœcie do modelowania kapita³u spo³ecznego rzadko wykorzystuje formalizm modelowania ekonomicznego, który moSe stanowiæ podstawê oceny sposobu oddzia³ywania kapita³u spo³ecznego w róSnych jego wymiarach na gospodarkê. Z tego wzglêdu zastosowanie modelu teoretycznego wykorzystuj¹cego elementy teorii gier stanowi nowatorskie podejœcie do rozwi¹zania tego typu problemu. Artyku³ sk³ada siê z oœmiu punktów, z których pierwszy poœwiêcono przedstawieniu zagadnieñ zwi¹zanych z kapita³em spo³ecznym. W kolejnych szeœciu punktach przedstawiono autorskie podejœcia do formalnego modelowania kapita³u spo³ecznego i kana³ów jego transmisji na gospodarkê. W punkcie ostatnim zaprezentowano wnioski p³yn¹ce z przedstawionych w punktach wczeœniejszych rozwaSañ teoretycznych oraz uzyskanych wyników.

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  • Dorota Wêziak-Bia³owolska & Piotr Bia³owolski, 2011. "Kapita³ spo³eczny a poziom rozwoju gospodarczego w œwietle modelu jastrz¹b-go³¹b," Working Papers 40, Institute of Statistics and Demography, Warsaw School of Economics.
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    Keywords

    poverty; social assistance;

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    • D02 - Microeconomics - - General - - - Institutions: Design, Formation, Operations, and Impact
    • O12 - Economic Development, Innovation, Technological Change, and Growth - - Economic Development - - - Microeconomic Analyses of Economic Development
    • C79 - Mathematical and Quantitative Methods - - Game Theory and Bargaining Theory - - - Other

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