Zsolt Krajcsik. A review of the economic growth and development theories. (2015) Megjelent: Challenges in economic and technological development pp. 121-129
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Bartha Zoltán et al. Intézményi megoldások, fejlődési modellek. (2013) ISBN:9789630869652
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Zsolt Krajcsik. A review of the economic growth and development theories. (2015) Megjelent: Challenges in economic and technological development pp. 121-129
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According to them in the globalised world it is unwise to deal with economic growth in a narrow way - within the borders of a country - because the international trade, distribution of labour and dependence relations have a big effect on it (Girco and Keohane in: Bartha et al., 2013). According to the theory the country‘s welfare, so in the mean of the initial theoretical examinations the economic growth based on trade, which depend on the exploitation of the comparative advantages and not to make any administrative obstacles in front of the international flow of goods. (Smith, 1992; Samuelson & Nordhaus, 2009; Bartha et al., 2013) During the operation of the economy and society several phenomena can be found, which go beyond the neoclassical economics inquiry, however it has a significant impact on its operations. (Bartha et al., 2013) All this might be necessary, as assumed by the classical economics rationality disprove the empirical researches, economic participants are often unable to get to know the full set of information of the whole market (over-supply of information, or lack of information), and their decision are not controlled by rationality, but in many cases they decide on emotional or random basis. (Bartha et al., 2013; Williams on, 2000; Rutheford, 1996)
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Zsolt Krajcsik. A review of the economic growth and development theories. (2015) Megjelent: Challenges in economic and technological development pp. 121-129
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