Search Results

You are looking at 71 - 80 of 104 items for :

  • "market economy" x
  • Business and Economics x
  • All content x
Clear All

What Economics of Shortage and The Socialist System have to say to the (Hungarian) readers today

An introductory study to the first two volumes of the life’s work series

Acta Oeconomica
Author: János Kornai

kapitalizmusról. Négy tanulmány 2011 Kornai, J. (2012): Centralization and the Capitalist Market Economy in Hungary. CESifo Forum

Restricted access

Model. A Cross-region Analysis for the EU-27 Regions . Working Papers, 7/2008, Trento University. Csillik, P. — Tarján, T. (2009): Reconstruction Paths in Europe between 1945–70, Planned and Market Economies

Restricted access

Joyless Market Economy. In: Ben-Ner, A. — Putterman, L. (eds): Economics, Values, and Organizations . Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 461–488. Lane R. E

Restricted access

] Ferge, Zs.(1991): Social Security Systems in the New Democracies of Central and Eastern Europe: Past Legacies and Possible Futures. In: Cornia, G. A. - Sipos, S. (eds): Children and the Transition to the Market Economy. Safety Nets and Social Policies

Restricted access

Ábel, I. — Siklós, P. L. — Székely, P. I. (1998): Money and Finance in the Transition to a Market Economy . Cheltenham — Northampton: Edward Elgar Publishing

Restricted access

. Richardson, G. B. (1995): The Theory of the Market Economy. Revue économique 6: 1487-1496. The Theory of the Market Economy Revue économique 6

Restricted access

21 135 150 Stringham, E. P. (2011): Embracing Morals in Economics: The Role of Internal Moral Constraints in a Market Economy. Journal of Economic

Restricted access

Comparative economics and European integration

Convergence and divergence in the European Union and the effects of anti-crisis policies

Society and Economy
Author: Bruno Dallago

Economy to Market Economy . Basingstoke : Palgrave Macmillan . Mamolo , M. – Scherbov , S. ( 2009 ): Population Projections for Forty-Four European Countries: The Ongoing

Restricted access

consistently said since 1978 that they continue to build “socialist market economy with Chinese characteristics”? Or this is merely a political slogan and China as many other post-communist countries are firmly advancing towards the capitalist mode of

Full access

analysis of the data collected in the study “Normative framework of market economy (economy and culture)”] . Budapest : TÁRKI Elek , P. – Köllő , J. – Reizer , B. – Szabó , P. A

Restricted access