Capitalist approach to the amelioration of poverty
Michael Conway O'Dowd, University of Cape Town. Southern Africa Labour and Development Research Unit
SALDRU, School of Economics, University of Cape Town, 1984 - Social Science - 42 pages
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absolute standard advanced capitalist ameliorated poverty amelioration of poverty areas assets ation better blamed Capitalism can claim Capitalist approach capitalist countries capitalist development capitalist economies capitalist model capitalist system claim credit clear constant tendency consumer correlate created defeated enemies destructive detail in Appendix developed countries developed under capitalism effectively equality example existing exporter extent extreme fact factors of production freedom government intervention historical record Hong Kong human implemented impoverished improve incentive income differences increase innovation INQUIRY INTO POVERTY interest group Japan Keynesian economics laissez faire Marxist material standard means of production mixed economy modern occupational licensure owner of capital particular poorest POVERTY AND DEVELOPMENT practice practioners pragmatic principles private ownership problem record of capitalism redistributes reduced relative rise Russia SECOND CARNEGIE INQUIRY Social Democracy social insurance society South Africa South Korea SOUTHERN AFRICA Soviet Union standard of living statutory monopolies theoretical theory unemployed unemployment versus wealth West Germany