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Излечение от «британской болезни», или специфика трансформации экономики Великобритании в 1980-е годы

TERRA ECONOMICUS, , Том 14 (номер 3),

В статье рассмотрены особенности трансформации экономики Великобритании в 1980-е гг. Показано, что благодаря экономическим преобразованиям Маргарет Тэтчер Соединенное Королевство не только излечилось от «британской болезни», но и превратилось в одну из первых «постиндустриальных наций» в мире. Авторы считают, что главной причиной британского «институционального склероза» 1960–1970-х гг. являлись сложности с адаптацией институциональной структуры фордистского государства всеобщего благоденствия с присущей ему полной занятостью, социальным коллективизмом, приоритетом промышленного производства и государственным интервенционизмом к вызовам новой эры постфордистского социально-экономического роста с его ставкой на развитие сферы услуг, индивидуализм и децентрализацию государственного сектора. Тэтчеризм рассматривается авторами как способ расчистки институциональных пережитков индустриальной эпохи, препятствующих переходу экономики Британии на новый постиндустриальный этап экономического роста. Особое внимание в статье уделяется изучению причин, по которым монетаризм вытеснил кейнсианство в качестве мейнстрима британского политического и экономического дискурса 1980-х гг. По мнению авторов, выбор праволиберального течения экономической мысли в качестве фундамента тэтчеризма был обусловлен не столько теоретической красотой данных идей, якобы очаровавших «железную леди» и ее соратников, сколько соответствием данных концепций насущным хозяйственным задачам эпохи. Систематизируются отличительные черты экономической философии тэтчеризма. Главной из них стало замещение основанной на государственном патернализме «культуры зависимости» «культурой предпринимательства», поощряющей личную инициативу и ответственность. В конечном счете, благодаря болезненным, но необходимым реформам 1980-х гг. Британия снова стала Великой.


Ключевые слова: монетаризм; кейнсианство; тэтчеризм; экономика Великобритании; постиндустриализм; социально-экономические реформы; созидательное разрушение

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