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Смещение Неоклассической Экономической Парадигмы ‒ Предпосылка Повышения Качества Макроэкономического Образования
[Removal of the neoclassical economic paradigm – condition for the improving of macroeconomic education]

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Russian. В работе расматривается необходимость смещения современной господствующей неоклассической экономической теории. Показывается, что она с предпосылками равного качества и значения всех деятельности, и всемогущества саморегулирующего рынка, не имеет возможности и сил объяснить факторы экономического развития, появления и расширения бедности. Причём, это относится как к одной отдельно взятой стране, так и к международным обстоятельствам. В качестве новой парадигмы, которая должна заменить неоклассическую, выдвигается Другой канон, обосновывающийся на многовековой традиции и биологических метафорах. Он происходит из эпохи Возрождения, был подтверждён многовековым опытом современных развитых экономик, через применение политик которые в современном мире запрещают применять неразвитым странам, пока они сами их применяют. В отличие от неоклассических политик, воплощённых в (нео)либеральной политике Вашингтонского консенсуса, приводящих к дезиндустриализации, политики Другого канона, обоснованные на политиках образца плана Маршалла, приводят наоборот к индустриализации как предпосылке выхода неразвитых стран из кризиса и бедности. Смещение неоклассической экономической парадигмы появляется в этом смысле как предпосылка повышения качества макроэкономического образования и должна обеспечить лучшее понимание экономических проблем и процессов. English. The article considers a need for displacement of the contemporary neoclassical economic theory. This theory and its presumptions of equal quality and importance of all the economic branches, as well as the power of the self-regulating market, have proven unable to explain the economic development factors, nor the appearance of poverty and its growth. This has been demonstrated in cases of individual countries, as well in the international context. The Other Canon, based on many centuries’ tradition and biological metaphors, represents a new paradigm, which is suggested as a substitute for the neoclassical one. It dates back to the Renaissance period, and it has proved successful in many centuries’ experiences of the contemporary developed countries. In the contemporary world, the developed countries forbid the underdeveloped one from using these policies, at the same time applying them themselves. The neoclassical policies embodied within the Washington Consensus neoliberal policies lead to deindustrialization. On the contrary, the Other Canons policies, based on the policies such as Marshall Plan, lead to industrialization, which is the main requisite for the underdeveloped countries to find a way out of crisis and poverty. The dismissal of the neoclassical economic paradigm appears to be the condition for an improvement of macroeconomic education and is ought to secure a better understanding of economic problems and processes.

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  • Bukvić, Rajko, 2014. "Смещение Неоклассической Экономической Парадигмы ‒ Предпосылка Повышения Качества Макроэкономического Образования [Removal of the neoclassical economic paradigm – condition for the improving of mac," MPRA Paper 81295, University Library of Munich, Germany, revised 2014.
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    Keywords

    макроэкономическое образование; неоклассическая экономика; Другой канон; индустриализация; неолиберализм; Вашингтонский консенсус; План Маршалла macroeconomic education; neoclassical economics; Other Canon; industrialization; neoliberalism; Washington Consensus; Marshall Plan;
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    JEL classification:

    • A11 - General Economics and Teaching - - General Economics - - - Role of Economics; Role of Economists
    • B59 - Schools of Economic Thought and Methodology - - Current Heterodox Approaches - - - Other
    • F60 - International Economics - - Economic Impacts of Globalization - - - General
    • F62 - International Economics - - Economic Impacts of Globalization - - - Macroeconomic Impacts
    • P20 - Economic Systems - - Socialist Systems and Transition Economies - - - General
    • P21 - Economic Systems - - Socialist Systems and Transition Economies - - - Planning, Coordination, and Reform
    • P30 - Economic Systems - - Socialist Institutions and Their Transitions - - - General

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