Modelling and estimation of a role institutional factors in distribution and reproduction of the national income (by the example of model of an agricultural society of F. Kene)

  • Leonid Petrovich Yanovskiy Voronezh State Agricultural University named after Emperor Peter the Great
  • Anna Vasilevna Chervaneva Voronezh State Agricultural University named after Emperor Peter the Great

Abstract

The problem on a role institutional factors for functioning of the economic industrial mechanism is not new and it was widely discussed in an economic science. It is enough to recollect general provisions on interference of basis and superstructure in marxist literature and numerous works оf adherents of institutionalism in economic scientific ideas, both in the west, and in Russia. However attempts of mathematical simulation of a role institutional factors in distribution and reproduction of the national income of a society are not known to authors. The present work is first of a planned series of works in the given direction. In work it is considered the model society of agricultural sires of F.Kene with three classes of farmers, proprietors of ground and the third class — handicraftsmen, merchant class. Institutional features of a society are modelled in such way, that distribution of the national product is realized for the benefit of one of class or in interests of all society, i.e. the policy of a maximization either all national product, or some part consumed by one or the other class.

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Published
2004-06-30
How to Cite
Yanovskiy, L. P., & Chervaneva, A. V. (2004). Modelling and estimation of a role institutional factors in distribution and reproduction of the national income (by the example of model of an agricultural society of F. Kene). Proceedings of Voronezh State University. Series: Economics and Management, (1), 116-122. Retrieved from https://journals.vsu.ru/econ/article/view/10209