Austriacka droga od „socjalnej gospodarki rynkowej" do „austrokeynesizmu"
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The article presents evolution of the economic policy concept in Austria after the Second World War. The author distinguishes two main stages in Austria's postwar economic policy. The first stage in the years 1955—1970 was a period characterized by predominance of the concept of „social market economy", which constituted a political credo of the Christian Democratic Party being at power in those yeairs. A turning point in the previous neoliberal tradition of the economic policy in Austria took place when the Social Democratic Party came to power. Its „Austrokeynesism" concept realized in the years 1970—1986 may be included to the post-Keynesian trend.