Economic Organizations and Social Systems

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University of Michigan Press, 2000 - Business & Economics - 505 pages
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Originally published in 1967 to stunning reviews, Economic Organizations and Social Systems presents one of the few comprehensive visions of the relationship between the economy and other aspects of the social system. Robert Solo endeavors to answer the question of how to describe an actual economy, compare economies, or confront problems where the capacity to mobilize energies and to act as a coherent social force is at issue. The book, with a new preface, will be important reading for economists, sociologists, and law scholars seeking to develop an alternative vision of our economy and society.
Robert A. Solo is Professor Emeritus of Economics, Michigan State University.
 

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