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    The Regulated Meltdown of 2008.Juliusz Jabłecki & Mateusz Machaj - 2009 - Critical Review 21 (2-3):301-328.
    ABSTRACT Capital regulations stemming from the Basel accords created incentives for banks to securitize mortgages, even risky ones; hold them at a correspondingly low Basel risk weight; or shift them off of banks' balance sheets to obtain even greater leverage. Securitization was praised by economists and regulators for dispersing risks to investors across the world, providing greater resilience to the financial system. However, since in reality banks tended to hold onto securitized assets?either on their balance sheets or off of them, (...)
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    Menger’s Anti-Historical Method Versus the Neoclassical Anti-Historical Method.Mateusz Machaj - 2019 - Studies in Logic, Grammar and Rhetoric 57 (1):65-74.
    Due to the famous methodenstreit it is often well argued that Menger’s approach to social sciences can be seen as anti-historical, as according to him pure empirical studies are insufficient to establish a firm economic theory. By suggesting that some theorems have to precede historical studies, Menger may be seen as a representative of the a priori tradition in scientific method. The modern method in the mainstream of economic thinking is also to a large extent anti-historical and a priori, but (...)
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  3. Istotność laborystycznej teorii wartości.Mateusz Machaj - 2010 - Studia Philosophica Wratislaviensia.
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