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Теория, Инновации И Контуры Будущей Экономики В Диалогах С Кеннетом Эрроу
[Theory, Innovations, and Features of New Economy in the Dialogue with K. Arrow]

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  • Rubinstein Alexander Yakovlevich
  • Grinberg Ruslan Semenovich

В интервью с лауреатом Нобелевской премии по экономике К. Эрроу обсуждается проблематика общественных предпочтений и интересов, математизации экономической науки, инновационного развития, экономического прогнозирования, финансового регулирования и энергетической политики. Затрагивается тематика будущего облика экономической теории и последствий глобального экономического кризиса In an interview with the Nobel prize winner in economics, K. Arrow, the authors discuss social preferences and interests, mathematization of economics, innovation development, economic forecasting, financial regulation, and energy policy. Future features of economics and effects of the global economic crisis are also touched upon.

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Paper provided by Institute of Economics in its series Working papers with number y:2010:a:pru175,pgr372:n:1.

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Length: 12 pages
Date of creation: 30 Aug 2010
Publication status: Published in VOPROSY ECONOMIKI, 2010, no. 10, pp. 5-16.
Handle: RePEc:rua:wpaper:y:2010:a:pru175,pgr372:n:1
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