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Czym właściwie jest Kapitał w XXI wieku? Garść uwag na temat książki Thomasa Piketty’ego

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So what is Capital in the Twenty-First Century? Some notes on Piketty’s book
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Zdaniem Jánosa Kornaia, mimo niewątpliwych walorów poznawczych książki Kapitał w XXI wieku, jej autor prezentuje cząstkową, zniekształconą analizę funkcjonowania systemu kapitalistycznego, która prowadzi go do błędnych wniosków oraz do sformułowania bardzo ograniczonego repertuaru zaleceń dla polityków. Węgierski ekonomista zarzuca Thomasowi Piketty’emu przede wszystkim pominięcie takich aspektów kapitalizmu, jak: dynamika, konkurencja jako bodziec do działania, postęp techniczny i jego wpływ na kształtowanie wszystkich aspektów współczesnego życia człowieka. Kornai swoje poglądy ilustruje licznymi przykładami zaczerpniętymi z prac innych ekonomistów.
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According to János Kornai, despite the undeniable original contribution of Capital in the Twenty-First Century, its author offers a partial and distorted analysis of the functioning of the capitalist system, which leads him to mistaken conclusions and to a very limited repertoire of recommendations for politicians. The Hungarian economist criticizes Thomas Piketty particularly for the omission of such aspects as the dynamics of capitalism, competition as a stimulus to act, technical progress and its impact on all aspects of modern human life. He illustrates his views with numerous examples taken from the work of other economists.
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