The Shaping of Socio-economic Systems: The Application of the Theory of Actor-system Dynamics to Conflict, Social Power, and Institutional Innovation in Economic Life
Taylor & Francis, 1986 - Social Science - 359 pages
First Published in 1986. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
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activities actors analysis balance of payments Baumgartner Belgian franc Belgium budget deficit capital capitalist Central Bank Chapter claims constraints context Croatia decision-making decisions demand dependency developed countries differential accumulation differentiation distribution of income domestic dominant dynamic economic effects entails evaluations export external framework Galbis groups growth important income distribution increased industrial inflation inflationary pressures instance interaction interests investment issues Keynesian labor Latin American LDCs linkages Lip factory ment monetary money creation money supply negotiations nomic OECD open sector organizations outcomes participation party patterns phase political problems processes production regulation relationships restructuring self-managed enterprises self-management social action social system society socio-cultural socio-economic socio-political spheres stability stagflation strategy structure struggle substantial tend theory trade unions transformation underdeveloped countries unemployment unequal exchange uneven development wage workers Yugoslav Yugoslavia