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«Macroeconomics»





Dependence on resourcesWhat is strategy?What is common economy?The societal as a human creationSociocultural construction of macroeconomics -the human resources contextThe uneven and imperfect character of marketsIncidence of the sustainable development with globalizationNew problems - new answersWhat are cognitive transfer networks? Delocalized competitionStrategic alternatives in macroeconomic policies Uncertainties and alternative strategiesWhat do heterogeneous networks of cooperation include?Macroeconomy based on negotiated skillsAn Assessment of MarginalismSwitching from capitalist companies of industrial type to those driven by knowledgeThe macroeconomic environment of businessThe average percentage of innovationEconomic conceptsOrganizational manTheme XIV. Research Methods in MacroeconomicsPrecursorsEconomic DevelopmentTheme III. Change-Growth-Development in Macroeconomic TheoriesSome effects of globalization and transition to a sustainable developmentThe three design criteriaHow do we define competitiveness?What are the hypotheses and how to elaborate them?Human resources - the central problem of macroeconomics Management and building of human resourcesComplex processes flow generate the new economyWhat solutions do we share?Mercantilism and physiocratsThe resistance to change and adherence to change management Resistance to change and models of analysisMoral size of change and developmentWhat are the concepts?Strategies based on skillsTheme V. How to Develop Macroeconomics What are the well-developed theories?Macroeconomic determination of significance of "Human Resources"III. GLOBAL MACROECONOMICSValues and languageConstraints and freedom in developing macro and microeconomicsNetwork management and new competitivenessSymbolic dimension of the economy. Operating principlesTheme IX. Global Processes and New Configuration of Economy What are the scientific theories?Keynes and His New AnalysisMacroeconomics and its symbolic dimensionTheme XIII. Macroeconomics and Human Resources IssuesEconomy without manStages of creating networks of heterogeneous cooperationAnalysis of enterprise based on life cycle "The economy about man"The Macroeconomic Context of ChangeCorporative managementResearch component of economyTheme XI. Macroeconomy in Networks and Changing the Context of CompetitionThe environment and context construction of changing microeconomicsMacro and microeconomics are on the same level of generality with political economy (without identifying with it).Theme I. What Is Macroeconomics?Competitiveness analysisBuilding economic disciplinesNeoclassical SchoolHuman Resources a social-cultural constructNetworks in global competitionSteps to human economy Institutional isomorphismNew economic sectorizationPremises of macroeconomic theories Economy in Ancient Greece"Economic economy" and "symbolic economy"Complementary perspectives on economic knowledgeTheme VI. Macroeconomics as a Subject of Study Theme VII. Symbolic Dimension of the EconomyTheme II. Historical Outline of the Relationship between Macro and MicroeconomicsI. THEORETICAL-METHODOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF MACROECONOMICSNew social actors of knowledge driven societyMacroeconomics and decision - making processSolving problems in network economy"The economic - economy" "The symbolic economy"Trust, the central value of the new economyThe downsizing process and SMEsThe new report between macroeconomics and stateModel of macroeconomic analysisSWOT AnalysisThe second aspect towards "personalized economy"What are the metaphors?Theme X. Economy in TransitionDeveloping criteria and methods of macroeconomic research Social actors of the economyComplementary perspectivesChange and organizational cultureTheses of macro and micro economics constructionHow do we test hypotheses in macroeconomics?A Possible Model to Build MacroeconomicsGlobalization, localization and sustainable developmentWhat is metaeconomics?Knowledge and reality in macroeconomic development What is human knowledge?Theme IV. Macroeconomics in PerspectiveThe Industrial Revolution and the analysis of growth and developmentTransferability of cognitive productsContext and "reality" of macroeconomicsEconomic concepts and theories New problems for political economicsHow do we define change?Genesis and specific macroeconomic changeActors of changeWhat is economics?Metaeconomics in the structure of economic theories Elaboration of the strategy at macroeconomic levelWhat is competitiveness?What is the context?Methodology, methods, technical researchIndividualist and collectivist theories in economicsMacroeconomic strategy and innovationMan in Various Poses in Economic ApproachesThe ratio between macro and microeconomicsTrust - the new value of the network economyResistance to change at micro levelMacro and microeconomics in changeWhat are the skills?II. MACROECONOMICS - PRINCIPLES OF CONDUCTThree stages in the evolution of macroeconomicsTowards the economy driven by knowledgeThe complexity and its analysis in economicsThe change at macroeconomic levelTheme VIII. Change Processes in Macroeconomics Current approachesThe first aspect of human economyWhat are the networks of cooperation?Management skills negotiated Different perspectives on strategy developmentTheme XII. Macroeconomics as the Foundation of Economic StrategiesPossible solutionsModern thinkingLifestyle and dynamics of economyCritical orientationConstructivist view on strategiesTheories of classical economicsHeterogeneous networksThe crisis of the managerial Taylorist-Fordist systemAnalysis on modelsDiversity of macroeconomic analysis Growth and expansion in economyAlternatives from the dynamic perspectiveSocio-cultural models of society and economyTwo views in designing macroeconomicsWhat is the social capital?Macroeconomic theory and strategic decision making
 
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