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PROBLEMS OF MODERN ECONOMICS, N 2 (30), 2009
FROM THE HISTORY OF SOCIO-ECONOMIC THOUGHT AND NATIONAL ECONOMY
Orliansky E. A.
Assistant professor, Chair of Economics and Accounting
Omsk Institute (branch), Russian State Trade and Economics University


Genesis of the contemporary market economy: traditional and alternative approaches
The article discusses alternative conceptions of the origin of contemporary market economy, which in the author’s interpretation are theories that postulate the priority of the spiritual sphere over economy. The author analyzes theories of W. Sombart and M. Weber, representatives of late German historical school, where the origin of contemporary market economy is derived from the economic ethics of various religious confessions
Key words: market economy, mainstream, classical theory, M. Weber, W. Sombart, Protestantism, Lutheranism, Calvinism, Judaism, economic ethics

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