Adam Smith Goes to Moscow: A Dialogue on Radical Reform

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Princeton University Press, 1994 - 156 páginas
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Adam Smith Goes to Moscow is a captivating dialogue between the head of a hypothetical, formerly socialist East European country and a fervently market-minded American adviser. Their spirited give-and-take highlights the monumental political as well as economic complexities currently faced by the former Soviet bloc countries as they struggle to transform themselves into free market economies.

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ADAM SMITH GOES TO Moscow
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MARKETIZATION
21
THE MONOPOLY DILEMMA
45
PRIVATIZATION
71
STABILIZATION
93
GOVERNMENT AND THE MARKET
119
INHERENT TENSIONS
141
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Walter Adams, Past President of Michigan State University, is now Vernon F. Taylor Distinguished Professor of Economics at Trinity University (Texas), and James W. Brock is Moeckel Professor of Business at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio.

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