Institucionalismo y teoría económica: del “neoclasicismo” a la teoría clásica

Institutionalism and economic theory: from “Neoclassicism” back to the classical theory Enrico Sergio Levrero [pdf][html]

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Enrico Sergio Levrero


Este artículo busca explicar por qué el institucionalismo no se convirtió en el punto de referencia en teoría económica, y mostrar que la teoría clásica de Smith y Ricardo puede incorporar muchas de sus contribuciones, a diferencia de la teoría neoclásica. Presenta un ejemplo de esta capacidad y del papel esencial de los factores sociales e institucionales en la teoría de Smith y Ricardo con respecto al mercado de trabajo.

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