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Политология как интегратор социальных наук

В 2018 году 16–17 февраля 2018 года в Леонтьевском центре в Санкт-Петербурге прошла XXVII ежегодная международная конференция из цикла «Леонтьевские чтения» «Экономическая теория: триумф иди кризис?». Одним из докладчиков XXVII конференции был Евгений Балацкий, директор Центра макроэкономических исследований Финансового университета при Правительстве Российской Федерации, главный научный сотрудник Центрального экономико-математического института (ЦЭМИ) РАН. Предлагаем запись его доклада на тему «Политология как интегратор социальных наук».

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