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Теоретические основания промышленной политики для эмерджентной экономики

TERRA ECONOMICUS, , Том 10 (номер 1.1),
с. 27-45

Рассмотрены теоретические основания промышленной политики с позиций неоклассической, институциональной и эволюционной экономической теории. Обоснована целесообразность перехода в Украине к матричной политике европейского типа, которая сочетает как вертикальные, ориентированные на селективную поддержку отраслей, так и горизонтальные, ориентированные на инновации, действия, направленные вместо устранения провалов рынков на устранение провалов правил и провалов приспособленности.


Ключевые слова: промышленная политика; институциональная экономическая теория; эволюционная экономическая теория; провалы рынка; инновации

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