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Összefoglaló. A tanulmány célja annak vizsgálata, hogy az elmúlt évtizedekben az OECD milyen szerepet vitt a globális és a nemzeti szintű szocioökonómiai modellek alakításában. Vizsgáljuk befolyásának erejét, illetve azt is természetesen, hogy milyen irányba mozdította a folyamatokat. Ehhez egyrészt visszamegyünk időben a kezdetekhez és elemezzük a szervezet szerepének alakulását, másrészt pedig összehasonlítjuk más meghatározó nemzetközi szervezetekkel.

Summary. This study aims to examine the global role played by the OECD as an organisation in influencing socio-economic models around the world, as well as in individual nation states, with special attention to the concept of the ‘knowledge economy’. In order to carry out this assessment, we return to the precursors of this organisation after the World War Two. The role played by the OECD is then discussed across time, and in comparison to other major international economic institutions, such as the IMF, the World Bank and the European Union.

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