La Historio de Ekonomika Pensado (Fakliteraturo en Esperanto)

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Traduko de grava faka verko al Esperanto: La historio de ekonomika pensado vere komencighis, kiam la homo ekfaris ekonomiajn decidojn. Skribaj dokumentoj pri tio ekzistas nur de iom pli ol 2000 jaroj. Nia libro donas klare strukturitan, koncizan superrigardon pri la evoluo de ekonomikaj ideoj kaj skoloj de la Helena epoko ghis la nuntempo - de la verkoj de Platono kaj Aristotelo, tra la mezepoka skolastika pensado kaj la posta merkantilismo, ghis la pli modernaj, multaj ekonomikaj skoloj elkreskintaj unu el la alia au' oponantaj unu kontrau' la alia. --- "Per Adam Smith establighis la moderna ekonomiko. Nunaj neoklasikuloj havas multajn ecojn komunajn kun Smith, precipe la ideon, ke chio estas interdependa en la ekonomio. Paralele kun la klasikismo kaj la neoklasikismo, konkuraj skoloj evoluis, kiel la historia skolo kaj la marksismo en la 19-a jarcento, la instituciismo, la kejnsismo kaj la monetarismo en la 20-a jarcento." (Bo Sandelin). --- Bo Sandelin estas emerita profesoro pri ekonomiko che la universitato de Gotenburgo, Svedio. Hans-Michael Trautwein estas profesoro pri internacia ekonomiko che la Carl-von-Ossietzky-universitato en Oldenburg, Germanio, kaj Richard Wundrak estas emerita profesoro de la universitato de Greifswald, Germanio. Tradukis Bo Sandelin."
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This book is about mutual influences of thinking about economic development in China and in the West, from the 18th century until the present. Its chapters are contributed by development economists and historians of thought from China and other parts of the world.

The book describes important stages in the evolution, cross-fertilization and contextual modification of ideas about economic order, development and institutional change. It illustrates how Western concepts and theories have been adopted and adapted to Chinese conditions in different waves of modernization from the late 19th century until the present and that this was and is no one-way traffic. The book examines to what extent pre-classical thinking in the West, in particular French Physiocracy in mid-18th century, was influenced by China as an ideal and a source of ideas, at a time when China was the largest and most advanced economy in the world. It discusses to what extent different approaches of modern Western-style economics, in particular in the fields of development economics and institutional economics, can be used to understand the rapid transitions and developments of the Chinese economy in recent decades, and to what extent they need to be modified in the light of new experiences and insights. Against this background, several contributions to the volume provide assessments of the current state of economic science and teaching in China, in particular with regard to Chinese views on Western economics.

The book should be of interest to those who are interested in the economic history of China.

This book explores peripheral visions on economic development, both in the sense that it deals with specific issues of economic development and underdevelopment in countries at the periphery of the world economy, and in terms of its exploration of the economic thinking developed in those regions, particularly in Latin America. Bringing together an international group of historians of thought, economic historians and development economists from Latin America, Europe and other parts of the world, this volume is highly credited and is an excellent contribution to development economic studies.

This book is divided into four parts. Following the introduction, the first set of papers describes the evolution of core-periphery perspectives in key contributions by Raúl Prebisch, Oskar Lange, Albert Hirschman, Celso Furtado and Homero Cuevas. The second set discusses the links between unbalanced productive structures and external trade in peripheral countries. The third set contains papers on critical episodes in the development of monetary and financial systems in Latin America during the 19th and 20th centuries. The fourth set deals with geographical and institutional aspects of path dependence in the governance of external trade and in the development of liberties, property rights and economic education in Europe, Latin America and Africa. Several chapters make use of hitherto unexplored archival material. Other chapters draw attention to important episodes or literatures that have largely gone unnoticed in the English-speaking world. Yet others combine conceptual innovations with work on new historical data and other sources hitherto not utilized in such contexts.

This book is ideal for those who study and research development economics, history of economic thought and economic history, especially in Latin America.

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