Politics and markets: the world's political economic systems

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Basic Books, 1977 - Business & Economics - 403 pages
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Scrutinizes the world's major political-economic systems to reveal the role of free markets in fostering liberty and democracy and to warn of the debilitating impact of big business on democratic institutions

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A dated but clearly written and interesting political economy text. Discussion of the roles of government/politics and market in the economy is particularly relevant to contemporary issues. Read full review


Comparing Systems
Authority and State
Exchange and Markets

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Charles E. Lindblom is Sterling Professor Emeritus of Economics and Political Science at Yale University.