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2013 | 2-3(24-25) | 53-62
Article title

Institutions as Seen by the Austrian School and 'Ordoliberalism'

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PL
Sposób pojmowania instytucji przez szkołę austriacką i ordoliberalizm
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Abstracts
EN
The paper focuses on the conceptualization of institution offered by the Austrian school and the Ordoliberal theory that differ significantly from other approaches within the large family of institutional theories, especially those presented by the Chicago school of economics.
PL
Tekst ten poświęcony jest zagadnieniu konceptualizacji instytucji, rozwijanym na gruncie szkoły austriackiej i ordoliberalizmu. Podejścia te znacząco różnią się od wielu innych teorii instytucjonalnych, w szczególności od założeń Chicagowskiej szkoły ekonomii i tego, w jaki sposób w odwołaniu do niej ujmuje się instytucje.
Contributors
  • University of Paris Diderot
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Publication order reference
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