Zalety i wady pogoni za rentą. Renta polityczna w różnych paradygmatach badawczych

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Stefan Sękowski
https://orcid.org/0000-0002-4777-9205

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Artykuł ukazuje, że to, jak traktujemy rentę polityczną i pogoń za rentą zależy od nastawienia badacza do ingerencji państwa w gospodarkę oraz od tego, jaka teoria regulacji jest mu bliska. Choć teoria pogoni za rentą koresponduje z teorią regulacji opartą na interesie prywatnym (ekonomiczną), badacz musi uwzględnić także podejście bazujące na teorii regulacji opartej na interesie publicznym, jeśli chce właściwie ocenić wpływ pogoni za rentą i kreacji renty politycznej na dobrobyt społeczny. Artykuł zawiera także konceptualizację renty politycznej. Opisuje też różne formy pogoni za rentą i najbardziej podatne na nią systemy ekonomiczne.

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Sękowski, S. (2021) „Zalety i wady pogoni za rentą. Renta polityczna w różnych paradygmatach badawczych”, Studia z Polityki Publicznej , 8(2(30), s. 11-27. doi: 10.33119/KSzPP/2021.2.1.
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