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2013 | nr 4 | 19--34
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Convergence and Divergence Between American and European Capitalisms. A Long Term Perspective

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Konwergencje i dywergencje pomiędzy kapitalizmem amerykańskim i europejskim. Perspektywa długoterminowa
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The main aim of the article is to present a long-term perspective in comparing American and European capitalism. While for decades, the US economic and business system has been considered a model, in recent times many elements suggest that it is losing most of the factors of its attractiveness. The economic and financial crisis, the end of American «exceptionalism», the increasing interdependency with the globalization process are depicting a world where a convergence process among different models is emerging, but without eliminating national economic and business cultures.(original abstract)
Głównym celem artykułu jest przedstawienie długoterminowej perspektywy w porównaniu amerykańskiego i europejskiego kapitalizmu. Mimo że przez dziesięciolecia system gospodarczy i handlowy USA był uznawany za wzór, w ostatnich latach jest wiele sygnałów, że traci on większość czynników atrakcyjności. Kryzys gospodarczy i finansowy, koniec amerykańskiej «wyjątkowości», wzrost współzależności z procesem globalizacji rysują świat, w którym wyłania się proces konwergencji między różnymi modelami, jednak krajowe kultury gospodarcze i biznesowe nie ulegają w nim eliminacji.(abstrakt oryginalny)
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