A Fourth Way?: Privatization, Property, and the Emergence of New Market Economics
Explores the transition to market economies in Eastern Europe, considered in the light of Western experiences of seeking a middle way between classical liberalism and state socialism.
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THE TRANSITION TO MARKET ECONOMY
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Gregory S. Alexander
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