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«Macroeconomics»





Complementary perspectives on economic knowledgeWhat are the skills?Keynes and His New AnalysisThe new report between macroeconomics and stateTheme VIII. Change Processes in Macroeconomics Switching from capitalist companies of industrial type to those driven by knowledgeTowards the economy driven by knowledgeEconomy without manTheme III. Change-Growth-Development in Macroeconomic TheoriesNeoclassical SchoolMacroeconomic theory and strategic decision making Networks in global competitionWhat is common economy?Theses of macro and micro economics constructionMacroeconomics and its symbolic dimensionSome effects of globalization and transition to a sustainable developmentThe complexity and its analysis in economicsWhat are the hypotheses and how to elaborate them?Alternatives from the dynamic perspectiveAnalysis of enterprise based on life cycle New problems - new answersConstraints and freedom in developing macro and microeconomicsThe change at macroeconomic levelActors of changeConstructivist view on strategiesTwo views in designing macroeconomicsSolving problems in network economyThe first aspect of human economyEconomic conceptsCorporative managementThe downsizing process and SMEsTheme V. How to Develop Macroeconomics How do we test hypotheses in macroeconomics?Premises of macroeconomic theories Economy in Ancient GreeceTheme VII. Symbolic Dimension of the EconomyWhat do heterogeneous networks of cooperation include?The macroeconomic environment of businessIncidence of the sustainable development with globalizationInstitutional isomorphismTrust, the central value of the new economy"The economy about man"Developing criteria and methods of macroeconomic research Social actors of the economyIndividualist and collectivist theories in economicsWhat is competitiveness?Macro and microeconomics are on the same level of generality with political economy (without identifying with it).Theme I. What Is Macroeconomics?New economic sectorizationChange and organizational cultureTheories of classical economicsWhat are the well-developed theories?Methodology, methods, technical researchKnowledge and reality in macroeconomic development What is human knowledge?Trust - the new value of the network economyWhat is the social capital?The Macroeconomic Context of ChangeComplex processes flow generate the new economyStages of creating networks of heterogeneous cooperationIII. GLOBAL MACROECONOMICSThe environment and context construction of changing microeconomicsThree stages in the evolution of macroeconomicsMacroeconomy based on negotiated skillsWhat are the metaphors?Diversity of macroeconomic analysis Growth and expansion in economyThe Industrial Revolution and the analysis of growth and developmentTheme IX. Global Processes and New Configuration of Economy "The economic - economy" "The symbolic economy"Macroeconomics and decision - making processMetaeconomics in the structure of economic theories What is metaeconomics?Values and languageTheme X. Economy in TransitionHeterogeneous networksAn Assessment of MarginalismThe crisis of the managerial Taylorist-Fordist systemTransferability of cognitive productsTheme XIII. Macroeconomics and Human Resources IssuesWhat are cognitive transfer networks? Delocalized competitionPossible solutionsWhat is strategy?Steps to human economy The average percentage of innovationStrategic alternatives in macroeconomic policies Uncertainties and alternative strategiesTheme II. Historical Outline of the Relationship between Macro and MicroeconomicsThe resistance to change and adherence to change management Resistance to change and models of analysisEconomic concepts and theories A Possible Model to Build MacroeconomicsStrategies based on skillsSociocultural construction of macroeconomics -the human resources contextSWOT AnalysisWhat are the concepts?Modern thinkingHuman Resources a social-cultural constructThe uneven and imperfect character of marketsCompetitiveness analysisPrecursorsOrganizational manBuilding economic disciplinesI. THEORETICAL-METHODOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF MACROECONOMICSNetwork management and new competitivenessThe second aspect towards "personalized economy"New problems for political economicsAnalysis on modelsMacroeconomic strategy and innovationMoral size of change and developmentWhat solutions do we share?The ratio between macro and microeconomicsSymbolic dimension of the economy. Operating principlesWhat are the scientific theories?Macro and microeconomics in changeResearch component of economyCurrent approachesCritical orientation"Economic economy" and "symbolic economy"How do we define change?Management skills negotiated Socio-cultural models of society and economyDifferent perspectives on strategy developmentTheme VI. Macroeconomics as a Subject of Study Mercantilism and physiocratsII. MACROECONOMICS - PRINCIPLES OF CONDUCTWhat is the context?Theme XIV. Research Methods in MacroeconomicsWhat is economics?Lifestyle and dynamics of economyTheme IV. Macroeconomics in PerspectiveDependence on resourcesComplementary perspectivesHow do we define competitiveness?Economic DevelopmentResistance to change at micro levelMan in Various Poses in Economic ApproachesThe societal as a human creationHuman resources - the central problem of macroeconomics Management and building of human resourcesGlobalization, localization and sustainable developmentWhat are the networks of cooperation?Genesis and specific macroeconomic changeModel of macroeconomic analysisNew social actors of knowledge driven societyTheme XII. Macroeconomics as the Foundation of Economic StrategiesContext and "reality" of macroeconomicsThe three design criteriaTheme XI. Macroeconomy in Networks and Changing the Context of CompetitionMacroeconomic determination of significance of "Human Resources"Elaboration of the strategy at macroeconomic level
 
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