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. – Kornai , J. ( 1990 ): Creating a Market Economy in Eastern Europe: The Case of Poland . Brookings Papers on Economic Activity 1990 ( 1 ): 75 - 147 . Mansfield , B

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. The author reviews the effects of globalization, free-market economies and the new discourse of liberalism. It also explains the history of new liberal endeavours and serves their interests. The book analyses the feelings behind each neoliberal

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Waelde, Th. W. - Gunderson, J. L. (1994): Legislative Reform in Transition Economies: Western Transplants - A Short-Cut to Social Market Economy Status? International and Comparative Law Quarterly , 43. évf., 347

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The soft budget constraint

An introductory study to volume IV of the Life’s Work series

Acta Oeconomica
Author: János Kornai

Roniger, L. (2004): Political Clientelism, Democracy and Market Economy. Comparative Politics , 36(3): 353–375. Roniger L. Political Clientelism, Democracy and Market Economy

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Affect Economic Outcomes ? SSRN eLibrary . Hayo , B. ( 2004 ): Public Support for Creating a Market Economy in Eastern Europe . Journal of Comparative Economics 32 : 720 – 744

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Kerekes , S. ( 2011 ): Happiness, Environmental Protection and Market Economy . Society and Economy 33 ( 1 ): 5 – 13 . Lee , K. – Cheong , I. ( 2011 ): Measuring a

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The system paradigm revisited

Clarification and additions in the light of experiences in the post-socialist region

Acta Oeconomica
Author: János Kornai

. ( 2011 ): Taking Stock . CESifo Forum , 12 ( 2 ): 63 – 72 . Kornai , J. ( 2012 ): Centralization and the Capitalist Market Economy . Economics of Transition , 20 ( 4

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functioning of their economies instead of the values associated with capitalist market economies and mainstream economics. The following related to Buddhist economics provides an example of my thinking. It is not, however, a recommendation to include Buddhist

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the institutional strength of free market economy. Consumers and producers pursue their own self-interest and interact in markets. The market mechanism invisibly leads the market to equate marginal benefits (or quantity demanded) with marginal costs

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a sense of the vulnerabilities of system. A finer comprehension of the liquidity flow's direction would allow policymakers to fine-tune the current regulation regime. Empirical papers of the field focus on large, developed market economies, with

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