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Модели и истории в экономической теории

https://doi.org/10.38050/01300105201711

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Статья посвящена критическому анализу направления в экономической методологии, уравнивающего модели и метафоры, не видящего принципиальной разницы между математическими моделями и словесными описаниями («историями»). В ней характеризуются различные подходы к методологической трактовке моделей в экономике, описываются свойства моделей, позволяющих получать с их помощью новые знания, обосновывается отсутствие таких свойств у большинства словесных описаний экономических процессов. Проведенный анализ показывает, что модели и вербальные истории обладают существенно различными потенциалами для развития экономической теории.

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В. Л. Тамбовцев
МГУ имени М. В. Ломоносова
Россия


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Тамбовцев В.Л. Модели и истории в экономической теории. Вестник Московского университета. Серия 6. Экономика. 2017;(1):3-21. https://doi.org/10.38050/01300105201711

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Tambovtsev V.L. Models and Stories in Economics. Moscow University Economics Bulletin. 2017;(1):3-21. (In Russ.) https://doi.org/10.38050/01300105201711

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