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La crisis de 2008 y la naturaleza de la política económica

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  • Xosé Carlos Arias

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El modelo de definición de políticas económicas vigente en las décadas precedentes, tan determinado por la pujanza de los mercados financieros globales -a los que se atribuía la condición de omnisciencia- está siendo afectado por el impacto de la crisis financiera en marcha. Esta crisis ha puesto de manifiesto que el supuesto de ultrarracionalidad, de los sujetos, sobre el que se ha construido la moderna teoría de la política (teoría de la credibilidad) no es sino una quimera. A partir de esta ruptura es posible establecer la conjetura de que un profundo cambio se está gestando en la naturaleza de la política (respecto, entre otros, a los criterios de validación de la decisión, o al dilema entre reglas y discrecionalidad) y en la teoría que intenta explicarla.

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  • Xosé Carlos Arias, 2009. "La crisis de 2008 y la naturaleza de la política económica," Working Papers 04/09, Instituto Universitario de Análisis Económico y Social.
  • Handle: RePEc:uae:wpaper:0409
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