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Néhány gondolat az 'árelfogadó' és 'ármeghatározó' fogalmak jelentésérõl

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  • János Barancsuk

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A tanulmány hozzájárulás kíván lenni a Scitovsky által bevezetett, címben jelzett fogalmak tartalmi tisztázásához, értelmezéséhez. Arra vállalkozom, hogy körüljárjam: pontosan mit is kell (vagy inkább célszerû) érteni árelfogadó/ármeghatározó szereplõk alatt, megpróbálva akkurátusan felépíteni/feltérképezni azt a vonatkoztatási rendszert, amelyben ezek a – napjaink szakirodalmában általánosan, azonban gyakran megfelelõ körültekintés nélkül használt – kifejezések elhelyezhetõk, alkalmazhatók. További törekvéseim közé tartozik, hogy legalább elvi szinten mérhetõvé tegyem az árak befolyásolásának képességét, ezáltal is gyarapítva a standard mikroökonómia fogalmi-módszertani készletét. A dolgozat fõbb kérdései: Mi a különbség „ármeghatározó” és „árakra orientált” vállalat között? Miért nincs árrugalmassága a price taker (maker) pozíciót jelzõ keresleti görbének? Hogyan nyilvánul meg az árelfogadó/ármeghatározó tulajdonság, és mitõl függ intenzitása homogén/heterogén iparágban? Miért nem ekvivalensek az árra versus mennyiségre vonatkozó döntések kimenetelei? Milyen logikai csúsztatásokat követtek el mérvadó szerzõk a price taker (maker) kifejezések értelmezése során?

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  • János Barancsuk, 2009. "Néhány gondolat az 'árelfogadó' és 'ármeghatározó' fogalmak jelentésérõl," Working Papers 2009/1, University of Pécs, Department of Economics and Regional Studies, revised Jan 2009.
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    Price taker; price maker;

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    • D01 - Microeconomics - - General - - - Microeconomic Behavior: Underlying Principles
    • D40 - Microeconomics - - Market Structure, Pricing, and Design - - - General

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