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Indebitamento, Insolvenza E Crisi Economica: Dalla Logica Speculativa Alla Logica Allocativa

  • Salvatore Michele De Marco

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Il fenomeno dell'indebitamento, insolvenza e crisi economica nel capitalismo è interpretato dall'ortodossia economica secondo la logica speculativa. La nostra intenzione, invece, è interpretare il fenomeno dell'indebitamento, insolvenza e crisi economica nel capitalismo secondo la logica allocativa. Si tratta di due approcci teorici contrapposti che portano a spiegazioni inconciliabili a riguardo delle criticità che avanzano sul mercato del credito, davanti ai quali, però, non si può rimanere imparziali, ma preferire quello allocativo allo speculativo per il suo maggiore spessore scientifico. Da un punto di visto empirico, l'insolvenza del comparto privato titolare del debito privato, sia nella forma del credito al consumo sia nella forma dei mutui subprime, che si sta imponendo per grandezza sull'insolvenza del comparto pubblico titolare del debito pubblico e sull'insolvenza del comparto estero titolare del debito estero, causa della crisi economica iniziata nell'estate 2007, si spiega proprio utilizzando la logica allocativa.

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Paper provided by Dipartimento di Scienze Economiche, Matematiche e Statistiche, Universita' di Foggia in its series Quaderni DSEMS with number 04-2009.

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