MACROLOGISTICS AND HETERODOX THEORIES AND CONCEPTS IN ECONOMICS (Makrologistyka a heterodoksyjne teorie i koncepcje ekonomiczne)
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The basic objective of the paper is to identify and discuss the role of macrologistics as a factor of economic development in heterodox (unconventional, alternative) economic theories and concepts. The paper continues the author's work on the role of macrologistics as a determinant of economic growth. The author intends to achieve this by correlating macrologistics with alternative economic theories and concepts, so as to provide theoretical foundations to explain the ever-growing importance of logistics on a macroeconomic scale. The author focuses mainly on evolutionary and behavioural economic theories, the latter being part of complexity economics. She also attempts to locate macrologistics within the concepts of the Dependency School, the Latin American Structuralist School, institutional theory of development, the concept of sustainable development and Horx's holistic approach towards development.
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