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Democracy and Markets: The Politics of Mixed Economies (Cornell Studies in Political Economy) ebook

by John R. Freeman


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Democracy and Markets: The Politics of Mixed Economies. Governments in mixed economies must decide how or whether to expand their public enterprises into foreign markets. Britain’s political economy is pluralist-private enterprise, and Britain performs as expected on both welfare criteria in comparison to Sweden and Austria. However, its performance is inferior to that of Italy with respect to collective gains and intergenerational equity, and until recently it achieved a somewhat higher degree of intragenerational equity than expected.

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Democracy and Markets : The Politics of Mixed Economies. On the basis of an analysis of social welfare in varying types of market systems and in certain democratic political systems, Democracy and Markets illuminates alternative directions for institutional reform. Part of the Cornell Studies in Political Economy Series).

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Freeman, John R. Democracy and Markets. The Politics of Mixed Economies. Series:Cornell Studies in Political Economy. Examining in detail the experiences of several democratic European countries, John R. Freeman considers whether a mixed ownership structure is preferable to a private ownership structure; and whether a pluralist type of democratic politics is preferable to a corporatist type.

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It is a perfect system in which innumerable participants who possess information and intelligence interact to produce results. Milton Friedman’s implicit preferred model of the political system, like that of Hayek, mirrors his model of the economy March 1990 · Canadian Journal of Political Science.

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Events of the 1970s and 1980s have provoked intense controversy about the desirability of existing political and economic institutions. On the basis of an analysis of social welfare in varying types of market systems and in certain democratic political systems, Democracy and Markets illuminates alternative directions for institutional reform. Examining in detail the experiences of several democratic European countries, John R. Freeman considers whether a mixed ownership structure is preferable to a private ownership structure; and whether a pluralist type of democratic politics is preferable to a corporatist type.

Freeman compares the benefits of the two economic and two political systems separately, and then analyzes the workings of four basic political economies. This analysis yields a welfare taxonomy for alternative forms of democratic capitalism and more specifically a characterization of the blends of collective gain and distributional equity that can be achieved in the four systems. Freeman demonstrates the validity of this taxonomy through an empirical investigation of the political economies of Britain, Austria, Sweden, and Italy. Under current conditions, he concludes, the corporatist-mixed system produces the most desirable blend of welfare outcomes.

Democracy and Markets: The Politics of Mixed Economies (Cornell Studies in Political Economy) ebook
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John R. Freeman
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