Uma análise sobre a abordagem institucional de Hayek e alguns de seus conceitos

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  • Eduardo Angeli Universidade Federal do Paraná

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https://doi.org/10.1590/0101-41614735eda

Palavras-chave:

F. A. Hayek, Instituições, Regras

Resumo

O objetivo do artigo é contribuir com o estudo da abordagem institucional de Hayek ao expor uma classificação de alguns dos conceitos institucionais hayekianos. Para se alcançar tal intento,
é argumentado que o estudo de Hayek sobre temas institucionais pode ser visto como uma consequência da preocupação do austríaco em explorar o problema do conhecimento e de coordenação existente na sociedade, bem como um elemento a enriquecer sua crítica ao racionalismo construtivista – com isso, é feito com que o institucionalismo hayekiano se encaixe na trajetória de pesquisa do autor. A seguir, passa-se a uma análise de conceitos institucionais
hayekianos, explicando de modo sumário o que o austríaco entendia por ordem, lei, legislação e regras, e propondo uma divisão deste último conceito em regras de conduta, regras de conhecimento tácito, e regras mentais.

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Biografia do Autor

Eduardo Angeli, Universidade Federal do Paraná

Bacharel em Economia pela USP. Mestre e doutor em Economia pela Unicamp. Professor da Universidade Federal do Paraná.

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