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Makroekonómia a mylné usudzovanie z časti na celok

Miroslav Titze ()

E-LOGOS, 2013, vol. 2013, issue 1, 18 pages

Abstract: Main goal of the paper is discuss methodological problem in macroeconomy called fallacy of composition. There is important in macroeconomy research to verify content even form to reveal this methodological problem to use right methodology. Fallacy of composition problem is relative strong argument for application of pluralistic methodology in macroeconomy. Fallacy of composiion has wide use in macroeconomy and economic policy. Macroeconomics can avoid fallacy of composition by using balance sheet approach. Nowadays example of economic policy suffered by fallacy of composition is quantitative easing. There is question, why this relatively important methodological problem is on the edge of the methodological research in economy.

Keywords: fallacy of composition; macroeconomy; methodology of macroeconomics; mylné usudzovanie z časti na celok; metodológia makroekonómie (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2013
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DOI: 10.18267/j.e-logos.351

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