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Organiza??o empresarial em Alfred Marshall
Kerstenetzky, Jaques;
Estudos Econ?micos (S?o Paulo) , 2004, DOI: 10.1590/S0101-41612004000200006
Abstract: we can find in marshall’s works an approach to business environments that is different from his traditionally accepted contribution to mainstream economics. though marshall is indeed the founder of the partial equilibrium analysis branch of traditional microeconomics, his work on the theme of business is much richer than his specific contribution to microeconomics. the article explores marshall's institutional and historical analysis of firms, markets and of business environments. as an outcome, it suggests that marshall can be pointed out as a forerunner of modern approaches to the theme, like berle and means’s and chandler’s works on corporations, and the capabilities approach to the theory of the firm.
Coordena??o como um tema histórico-institucional: discuss?o de duas experiências históricas
Kerstenetzky, Jaques;
Revista Brasileira de Economia , 2001, DOI: 10.1590/S0034-71402001000300003
Abstract: this paper discusses firms and markets in 19th century england and early 20th century united states with a view to highlighting the role played by institutional and historical arrangements in the entrepreneurial activity. in this light, markets and firms are structured according to historical patterns that represent solutions for the coordination problem, with specific institutional arrangements canalizing and restricting actions. institutional structures are present as entrepreneurial environments rather than mere arrangements between two or more firms. institutional solutions are located in time and space. the discussion stresses the major importance of the institutional environment as far as the coordination of economic activity is concerned.
Individualismo interativo: um ensaio sobre o individualismo metodológico de Hayek
Kerstenetzky, Celia Lessa;
Estudos Econ?micos (S?o Paulo) , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S0101-41612007000100004
Abstract: the main purpose of this paper is to identify the elements for a new kind of methodological individualism - 'interactive individualism' - in friedrich hayek's work. this departs from conventional rational choice oriented ideas of methodological individualism in two mains respects. the first has to do with turning the knowledge conditions a problem in its own right, to be sorted out in the process of understanding the social coordination. the second refers to the very unit of analysis which cannot be isolated individuals, taken as given, but 'interacting individuals' instead.
Desigualdades justas e igualdade complexa
Kerstenetzky, Celia Lessa;
Lua Nova: Revista de Cultura e Política , 1999, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-64451999000200002
Abstract: in a dialogue with contemporary normative theories and using their concepts and ideas, the problem of just inequalities is discussed. a proposal concerning complex egalitarianism (which takes into account other dimensions besides equality in a strict sense) is put forward.
Redistribui??o e desenvolvimento? A economia política do programa bolsa família
Kerstenetzky, Celia Lessa;
Dados , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S0011-52582009000100002
Abstract: the article offers a qualitative evaluation of brazil's bolsa família (family grant or family stipend) program, viewing it from the perspective of an income redistribution and development policy. analyzing the program's most striking institutional characteristics - targeting the poorest and setting conditions such as school enrollment and immunization of the family's children - the article identifies a major weakness in the program's political economy that could jeopardize its sustainability as a redistributive and development policy. the article suggests that policies with such characteristics in extremely unequal countries like brazil can make budget limitations endogenous, thus hindering the achievement of the program's own objectives. two alternative directions are briefly explored: conversion of the program into a hybrid policy, both targeted and universal, and emphasis on the provision of child education services.
Welfare state e desenvolvimento
Kerstenetzky, Celia Lessa;
Dados , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S0011-52582011000100004
Abstract: the relations between the welfare state and development are frequently portrayed as problematic and even dilemmatic. for example, it is claimed that the welfare state is only possible in developed countries, or that typical welfare state redistribution is necessarily accompanied by weaker economic growth. the main purpose of this article is to systematize the arguments and evidence against these assumptions, featuring the functionality of the welfare state for development in both economic and non-economic terms.
Por que se importar com a desigualdade
Kerstenetzky, Celia Lessa;
Dados , 2002, DOI: 10.1590/S0011-52582002000400004
Abstract: this article presents arguments from various fields to contend that socioeconomic inequalities be given priority treatment by national public policies, especially in countries where such inequalities abound. based on the economic, sociological, and political science literature, the article gathers hypotheses and evidence indicating that inequalities, especially when excessive, should concern all those (even non-egalitarians), who ascribe importance to such objectives as economic growth, poverty reduction, social cohesion, and democracy. in addition, based on a reading of normative perspectives, the article attempts to map some of the challenges currently faced by egalitarianism. it concludes that even under pressure, especially from certain inherent aspects of contemporary economic inequalities, egalitarianism can develop in several directions.
Evolu??o e desígnio em Hayek
Kerstenetzky, Celia Lessa;
Dados , 1999, DOI: 10.1590/S0011-52581999000300003
Abstract: in an examination of hayek?s social philosophy, the article seeks to distinguish between socio-epistemological arguments, which postulate the radical ignorance of social actors, and the conservative political conclusions usually associated with hayek?s thought, which prophesy the destruction of the spontaneous order owing to efforts to intervene in the social world. the ultimate purpose of drawing this distinction is to lay the ground for a discussion of a new alliance, one between these arguments and the possibility of design. this exploration of multi-sided hayekian argumentation allows us to identify some ambiguities essential towards the article?s purposes. the most important ambiguity appears in the argument against planned changes, where hayek describes the foreseeable negative consequences of such changes and also sketches the scenario shaped by the foreseeable beneficial effects of the undisturbed operation of the spontaneous order.
Desigualdade e pobreza: li??es de Sen
Kerstenetzky, Celia Lessa;
Revista Brasileira de Ciências Sociais , 2000, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-69092000000100008
Abstract: the article discusses, on the one hand, amartya sen's proposed relations between ethics and economics and, on the other hand, ethics and rationality. it also introduces his broad view on inequality and poverty issues. this is done with a view to underlining his positive outlook on interdisciplinary cooperation; his mitigated rationalism both in economics and normative theory; and also the leading role performed by inequality and poverty themes in his work as well as the peculiar interconnected way in which they are worked out therein.
Sobre associativismo, desigualdades e democracia
Kerstenetzky, Celia Lessa;
Revista Brasileira de Ciências Sociais , 2003, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-69092003000300008
Abstract: this paper approaches the relationship between associativism and democracy in the presence of significant social inequality. relying on specialized literature, it suggests that such relationship is boisterous because of social inequalities resilience, as well as limitations peculiar to associational practices. a safer way to cope with political inequality, thus enhancing democratic legitimacy, seems to be the straight line that goes from the reduction of social inequality to a lesser political inequality.
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