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2016 | 48(3) Stosunki Międzynarodowe | 94-126
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A Political Economy of Systemic Transition and Bubble Phenomena: A Comparison of China with Hungary

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Ekonomia polityczna transformacji ustrojowej a zjawisko bańki [spekulacyjnej]: porównanie Chin z Węgrami
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In this paper, author considers six countries, which are two advanced industrialized countries (Japan and the United States), two transition countries with gradual approach (China and Hungary) and two transition countries with radical approach (Poland and Russia). Of the six countries, we could recognize that three countries, Japan, the United States and Hungary, experienced the bubble burst. It was verified by the capital coefficient rising (more than 3 times than before in the specific period). Although in relative sense, the research result indicated less approval rate concerning systemic transition in Hungary than in Poland. When judged with such indices as ‘money ratio’ and ‘capital coefficient’ in this paper, no indications of the bubble burst could be recognized in whole China.
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W artykule autor rozpatruje sześć krajów, z których dwa są krajami wysoko rozwiniętymi przemysłowo (Japonia i Stany Zjednoczone), dwa – krajami transformującymi się o podejściu stopniowym (Chiny i Węgry) oraz dwa – krajami transformującymi się o podejściu radykalnym (Polska i Rosja). Spośród tych sześciu krajów moglibyśmy uznać, że trzy: Japonia, Stany Zjednoczone i Węgry doświadczyły pęknięcia bańki (spekulacyjnej). Zostało to zweryfikowane przez rosnący współczynnik kapitałowy (ponad 3-krotny wzrost niż poprzednio w konkretnym okresie). Natomiast relatywnie wyniki badań wskazują mniej akceptowalne tempo przemian ustrojowych na Węgrzech niż w Polsce. Gdy się ocenia na podstawie takich wskaźników jak „wskaźnik kosztów” i „współczynnik kapitałowy” w tym artykule, nie sposób stwierdzić w całych Chinach żadnych wskaźników świadczących o pęknięciu bańki (spekulacyjnej).
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  • Hiroshima Shudo University. Faculty of Commercial Sciences
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