Comparative Economic Systems: Objectives, Decision Modes, and the Process of Choice

Conklin, David W.

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Éditeur
Cambridge University Press
Pages
427
Parution
juillet 1991
Format
Cartonné
Langue
Anglais
Dimensions
204 × 159 × 26 cm
EAN
9780521344395
  • Résumé

The phrase "economic system" refers to the organizational arrangements and processes through which a society makes its production and consumption decisions. The author explores the diversity of economic systems and the choices a society must face in determining that best suited to its needs.
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