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Comparative Economics

ISBN-10: 0133816338

ISBN-13: 9780133816334

Edition: 2nd 1996

Authors: James Angresano

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Appropriate for undergraduate courses in Comparative Economics, World Economic History, European Studies, and Interdisciplinary Seminars focusing on societal development. The text maintains a unique interdisciplinary approach that emphasizes the fluid, evolutionary nature of economics, while presenting additional aspects of economies not usually addressed in similar books. While integrating economic thought with economic history, it provides an alternative for students and teachers who wish to explore the variations of mixed market economy across countries.
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Book details

List price: $96.20
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 1996
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Publication date: 8/29/1995
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 612
Size: 7.50" wide x 9.75" long x 1.50" tall
Weight: 2.288
Language: English

An Introduction to the Study of Comparative Economies
Evaluating and Comparing Economies
Pre-Modern Economies
Ancient Rome: 50 B.C. - 150 A.D.
The Medieval Economy: England 1000-1400 A.D.
The Evolution Of The Laissez-Faire Market Economy
The Laissez-Faire Market Economy: Historical Context and Philosophical Basis
The Laissez-Faire Market Economy: England 1830-1870
Command Over A Market Economy
Command Over a Market Economy: Germany 1933-1945
Guided Market Economies
The Philosophical Basis for a Guided Market Economy
The Japanese Economy 1946-Present
Historical Legacy and Context, Philosophical Basis, Social and Political Structures, Principal Institutions
Behavior of the Japanese Economy 1946-Present
The French Economy: 1946-Present
Social Economies-Democratically Controlled
The Philosophical Basis For a Democratically-Controlled Social Economy
The Swedish Economy: 1932-Present
The European Community: Twelve Economies or One, or Will It Be Both?
Levels of Economic Integration
Social Economies - State Controlled
The Philosophical Basis for Command Over a Social Economy
The Soviet Union Since 1928
The Chinese Economy Since 1978
Hungary: 1946-1988
Summary
Summary and Conclusions