Chèng-tī keng-chè

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Chèng-tī keng-chè (Eng-gí: political economy), mā thang kóng chèng-tī keng-chè-ha̍k, sī choan-bûn tī seng-sán kap kau-e̍k tang-tiong koan-hē tio̍h hoat-lu̍t, koàn-si̍p, chèng-hú, kiam kok-ka siu-ji̍p hong-bīn ê gián-kiù.

Gí-goân kap iōng-gí[siu-kái | kái goân-sú-bé]

"Keng-chè" sī kīn-tāi tùi pí-lūn Eng-gí economy ê se-iûⁿ khài-liām ê hoan-e̍k, hit jī goân-té sī ka-kè, ka-chèng ê ì-sù. Chá-kî tī Eng-gí nā beh kóng kok-ka siā-hōe hong-bîn ê economy, sī ài ēng political economy ("chèng-tī keng-chè") chit-ê sû-gí. Tī 19 sè-kí, goán-té political economy ê ì-sù chiām-chhù hō͘ economics ("keng-chè-ha̍k") chit jī thè-ōaⁿ--khì; economy ê ì-sù mā piàn chò ē-tàng ti̍t-chiap piáu-sī kok-ka ê chân-bīn.

Kin-á-ji̍t kóng ê chèng-tī keng-chè, ì-sù pau-koat ū Marx phài ê hun-sek, Chicago phài kap Virginia phài ê kong-kiōng soán-te̍k gián-kiù chhiú-lō͘, he̍k-chiá sī chí kong-kiōng chèng-chhek hong-bīn ê keng-chè gián-kiù.