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2011 | 2 | 107-126
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Ekonomiko-sotsiolohichna kontseptsiia K. Polanyi yak teoretyko-metodolohichne pidhruntia sotsialno-krytychnoho doslidzhennia neoliberalnoi globalizatsii

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K. POLANYI’S ECONOMIC-SOCIOLOGIC CONCEPTION AS A THEORETICAL BASIS OF SOCIO-CRITICAL INVESTIGATION OF NEOLIBERAL GLOBALIZATION
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The paper is devoted to analysis of economic-sociologic conception of the known economic sociologist and anthropologist K. Polanyi as the theoretical methodological basis of socio-critical approach to the study of neoliberal globalization. In his work The Great Transformation K. Polanyi explains the process of the global market expansion of the 19th- early 20th centuries, that is the process of globalization of the 19th – early 20th centuries, as well as the causes of its collapse. The central element of Polanyi’s economic-sociologic conception is the comprehension of a man as a social being entwined in the web of social relations and economy “installation” in the society. Such comprehension of a man and economy and society interrelations opposes the conception homo economics of the formal economic theory. It appears as the basis for criticism of delusions of economic liberalism and neoliberalism. As Polanyi shows, the appearance of the capitalist market economy resulted in the economy isolation into institutional sphere, autonomous of the society that brings a series of negative social consequences.
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  • Department of Economic Sociology, Institute of Sociology, NAS of Ukraine; address: vul. Shovkovychna 12, Kyiv, 01021, Ukraine
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