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VEZA PARTIJSKE IDEOLOGIJE I JAVNE POTROŠNJE U EMPIRIJSKIM ISTRAŽIVANJIMA

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Postojeći fond naučne literature, naročito one iz oblasti političkih nauka i političke ekonomije, u relativno obimnoj meri sadrži studije koje su se bavile istraživanjem uticaja partijskih ideologija na ekonomske ishode, konkretnije – na javnu potrošnju. Geografsko-politički ovaj naučni fond može biti podeljen u dve grupe: prva se odnosi na radove autora koji su ispitivali uticaj partijske komponente na potrošnju u razvijenim demokratijama, dok se druga odnosi na nesrazmerno manji broj studija u kojima je ova korelacija dokazivana na slučajevima tzv. novih demokratija, uglavnom onih sa istoka evropskog kontinenta. Uprkos ukupno velikom broju istraživanja i brojnim dokazima u korist hipoteze, politikologija i dalje nije dala definitivan odgovor u pogledu jačine efekta koji ideologija ima na fiskalna kretanja, te se na koncu radi o još uvek aktuelnoj debati među istraživačima – iako se ona odvija sa manjim intenzitetom nego krajem dvadesetog veka.

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