undergraduate thesis
Ancient economic thinking

Miroslav Blagojević (2016)
University of Pula
Faculty of economics and tourism "Dr. Mijo Mirković"
Metadata
TitleAntička ekonomska misao
AuthorMiroslav Blagojević
Mentor(s)Daniel Tomić (thesis advisor)
Abstract
U doba Antike ekonomija nije postojala kao zasebna znanstvena disciplina ali ono što je bitno za to razdoblje a tiče se ekonomije je doprinos velikih filozofa razvoju ekonomske misli. Oni su svojim pionirskim idejama zaintrigirali državu i druge mislioce ovom temom. Riječ ekonomija potiječe od grčke riječi oikos (dom) i nomos (zakon) koju je prvi upotrebio Ksenofont. Brojne povijesne činjenice ukazuju na to da su tvorci ekonomske misli grčki filozofi. Ekonomiju su izučavali kroz etiku i filozofiju a kroz svoja djela i usmene rasprave znanje su prenosili na druge, prije svega svoje učenike. Civilizacije koje su postojale nakon njih koristile su to znanje i dopunjavale ga svojim iskustvima i novim idejama koje su pratile nove načine proizvodnje i novi društveni poredak. Situacija s ekonomijom danas ostavlja slatko-kiseli okus. S jedne strane, uspjela se osamostaliti kao znanstvena disciplina a s druge strane, neki od socioekonomskih problema još od doba Antike ni dan danas nisu riješeni. Srž problema ostala je ista. Ne postoji ni trunka sumnje o tome da li je antička ekonomska filozofija i danas u upotrebi. Moderna ekonomija je stoljećima evoluirala da bi postala ono što je danas. Izučavanje povijesti ekonomske misli omogućava svijetu danas da cijeni doprinose različitih pisaca razvoju ekonomije kao discipline. Iako su antičke ekonomske teorije ponekad bile nejasne, kontradiktorne ili predstavljene na primitivan način, one formiraju osnovu suverene ekonomske analize. Te teorije se i danas koriste od strane najvećih, najkompliciranijih i najsofisticiranijih ekonomija.
KeywordsAncient economy Ancient economic thinking
Parallel title (English)Ancient economic thinking
Committee MembersLela Tijanić (committee chairperson)
Daniel Tomić (committee member)
Saša Stjepanović (committee member)
GranterUniversity of Pula
Lower level organizational unitsFaculty of economics and tourism "Dr. Mijo Mirković"
PlacePula
StateCroatia
Scientific field, discipline, subdisciplineSOCIAL SCIENCES
Economics
General Economy
Study programme typeuniversity
Study levelundergraduate
Study programmeEconomics
Academic title abbreviationbac.
Genreundergraduate thesis
Language Croatian
Defense date2016-09-28
Parallel abstract (English)
During the Ancient times, economy as an independent discipline, as we know it today, didnt exist. What emerges as the most profound evidence from the ancient period is the contribution of great thinkers and philosophers towards the development of economy and economics. The pioneer ideas caught attention of the entire state and many who think alike. The word economy originates from the Greek word Oikos (home) and Nomos (law), firstly used by Xenophon. Certain amount of historical facts show that the origin of the learnings of economics comes from Greece. Economics has been thought through ethics and philosophy, but also through verbal debates passing on the learnings onto the pupils. Forthcoming civilizations used already existing knowledge towards developing new ideas, including new manufacturing and creating new social orders. However, todays economy situation leaves rather unpleasant taste. On one hand, economy has been established as an independent discipline, while on the other, the long living issues, originating from ancient period have not been resolved to the date. The initial core if the issues still remains. There's no question or doubt as to whether ancient economic philosophies are still in extensive use today. The modern economy has evolved over centuries to become what it is today. The study of the history of economic thought enables the world today to appreciate the contributions various writers have made to development of economics as a discipline. Although ancient economic theories were sometimes unclear, contradictory, or presented in a rudimentary manner, they form the basis of economic analysis today. These theories are still being used today by the world's largest and most complicated and sophisticated economies.
Parallel keywords (Croatian)antika ekonomija antička ekonomska misao
Resource typetext
Access conditionOpen access
Terms of usehttp://rightsstatements.org/vocab/InC/1.0/
URN:NBNhttps://urn.nsk.hr/urn:nbn:hr:137:622810
CommitterTihana Gerić