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Мезоэкономика в гетеродоксальной перспективе: внутридисциплинарная структура

Мезоэкономика в гетеродоксальной перспективе: внутридисциплинарная структура

Journal of Institutional Studies (Журнал институциональных исследований), , Том 12 (номер 2),

В статье рассматривается логика внутридисциплинарного развития мезоэкономики как нового направления гетеродоксальной экономической теории. Данная публикация развивает и дополняет опубликованные ранее работы авторов (Кирдина- Чэндлер, Маевский, 2017; Кирдина-Чэндлер, 2018; Маевский, 2018; Мезоэкономика: состояние и перспективы, 2018; Мезоэкономика: элементы новой парадигмы, 2020), посвященные обсуждению методологии и специфики развития мезоэкономических исследований. В настоящей статье предложена классификация гетеродоксальных мезоэкономических исследований, которая опирается на историко-хронологический подход и учитывает специфику изучаемых мезоструктур в России и за рубежом. Классификация включает в себя 4 направления: «мезоэкономику локализованных структур», «мезоэкономику сетевых структур», «институциональную мезоэкономику» и «мезоэкономику общественного воспроизводства». Представлена таблица, в которой суммированы итоги исследования и описаны основные объекты, предмет исследования, теоретические основания и используемые инструменты, характерные для каждого из выделенных направлений. Параллельно обсуждается специфика мезоэкономических оснований, формирующих методологический фундамент исследований в современной гетеродоксальной мезоэкономике.


Ключевые слова: мезоуровень экономического анализа; гетеродоксальная мезоэкономика; мезоэкономика локализованных структур; мезоэкономика сетевых структур; институциональная мезоэкономика; мезоэкономика общественного воспроизводства

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