2015, №2

ИСТОРИЯ ЭКОНОМИЧЕСКИХ УЧЕНИЙ: ОЦЕНКА ПРОШЛОГО И ПЕРСПЕКТИВЫ БУДУЩЕГО

Аннотация:

В статье выявлены признаки обесценения истории экономической мысли в научно-образовательной иерархии. Авторы рассматривают внутренние и внешние факторы, обусловившие девальвацию статуса истории экономических учений. Систематизируются последствия пренебрежения историей экономических учений для теории и практики.

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Татаркин Александр Иванович, доктор экономических наук, профессор, академик РАН, директор Института экономики Уральского отделения РАН, г. Екатеринбург, e-mail: tatarkin_ai@mail.ru

Мальцев Александр Андреевич, кандидат экономических наук, доцент кафедры мировой экономики, Уральский государственный экономический университет, г. Екатеринбург, e-mail: almalzev@mail.ru

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