Essays in Social Value Theory: A Neoinstitutionalist Contribution

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M.E. Sharpe, 1986 - Business & Economics - 203 pages
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This is a tale based on the strike which took place in the mid-1950s at Omi Kenshi, a silk manufacturer not far from Tokyo. The events described reflect the management / labour tensions of the period and the book is a piece of social commentary on the transformation of Japanese business.
 

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Contents

The Neoinstitutionalist Perspective in Political Economy
3
A Social Value Theory in Neoinstitutional Economics
33
Content Corollaries and Applications
55
A Review
87
The Competitive Model as Value Premise
104
Equational Justice and Social Value
126
An Instrumentalist
135
The Compulsive Shift to Institutional Analysis
181
About the Author
203
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Marc R. Tool is professor emeritus of economics at California State University, Sacramento. He has taught institutional economics and comparative systems, at four universities. He edited the Journal of Economic Institutions from 1981 to 1991. He is the author, editor, or co-editor of over fifteen volumes, including Pricing, Valuation and Systems: Essays in Neoinstitutional Economics; Essays in Social Value Theory: A Neoinstitutionalist Contribution; and The Discretionary Economy: A Normative Theory of Political Economy.

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