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Acta Oeconomica
Authors: Grzegorz Konat, Wanda Karpińska-Mizielińska, Kazimierz Kloc, Tadeusz Smuga and Bartosz Witkowski

The paper presents the results of a research conducted in 2014–2016, aimed at characterising the milieu of the Polish academic economists with respect to their self-identification with modern schools of economic thought. Using econometric modelling, the social variables determining the theoretical choices made by the economists themselves were identified. We found that the largest group of the Polish academic economists identifies themselves with new institutional economics. Nearly half of the respondents declared their association with heterodox approaches, while only about a quarter of the respondents showed association with economic orthodoxy. Such a structure of self-identification of the Polish academic economists with schools of economic thought distinguishes it from the ones in other European countries, such as Italy and Germany.

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needed to gain popular support with an appeal to Russian ethno-nationalism, orthodoxy and imperial ambitions as it became obvious with the annexation of the Crimea and the proxy war in the Ukraine and other foreign policy adventures (including

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Brennan, G. H. (1978): Death and Taxes: An Attack on the Orthodoxy. Journal of Public Finance , 33: 201-224. Death and Taxes: An Attack on the Orthodoxy Journal of Public Finance

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.09.2011. Csaba , L. ( 2009 ): Crisis in Economics? Studies in European Political Economy . Budapest : Akadémiai Kiadó, Budapest . Csaba , L. ( 2015 ): Orthodoxy

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2009 Meyer, T.— Bridgen, P. (2007): Private Pensions versus Social Inclusion? Citizens at Risk and the New Pensions Orthodoxy. In: Meyer, T. — Bridgen

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