3 edition of Governments and Markets found in the catalog.
July 8, 1997
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||280|
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Governments have a substantial and far-reaching influence on markets due to their ability to regulate everything from monetary policy to currency prices to the rules and regulations that impact.
Books in the Markets and Governments in Economic History series, edited by Governments and Markets book V. Fishback, examine the roles states and markets play in the development of the institutions that fostered social and economic growth in the United States and around the world throughout history.
Each book in the series combines narrative with quantitative. Markets or Governments remedies this situation by providing a formal theory of nonmarket failure, analyzing such problems as redundant costs, monopoly, frequency of unanticipated externalities, and bureaucracy in such nonmarket institutions as foundations, universities, and government.
This new edition updates the data and results contained in 5/5(2). In fact, government has been doing just this for years: every major policy initiative launched since World War II has been managed by public-private partnerships.
Yet such privatization has not solved government's problems. While there have been some positive results, thee has been far less success than advocates of market competition have Cited by: "Governments and Markets is an engaging and ambitious rethinking of the role of regulation in the twenty-first century.
The range of ideas and arguments throughout this volume will push readers to revisit their assumptions about regulatory activity and will push fellow scholars to refocus their research agendas to topics such as regulatory Price: $ Government and Markets - edited by Edward J.
Balleisen November Email your librarian or administrator to recommend adding this book to your organisation's collection. Government and Markets. Edited by Edward J. Balleisen, David A. Moss; Online ISBN: This book is an important addendum to Man, Economy, and State. It explains the incompatibility of the free market and a statist government; they cannot exist together.
You can have a free market and a government dedicated to protecting property rights or you can have a statist government that controls the economy to a greater or lesser s: 7. 12 Governments and markets in a democratic society Introduction.
A government is distinct from other actors in society, but not because public officials are less self-interested than other people. It is because it has the capacity to act on behalf of all the people and to require citizens to abide by its decisions, using force if necessary.
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Praise for Government and Markets “The heritage of James Tobin is well represented by this outstanding volume. The authors analyze the relations of government and the market from many different angles, showing the fallacies of simple critiques on the basis of deep scholarship.” — Kenneth J.
Arrow, Nobel Laureate in Economics. The idea that markets — for all their faults — were more effective than governments in allocating resources and driving structural change, gained ascendancy.
In the s, U.S. President Ronald Reagan and UK Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher reduced taxes, deregulated industries, privatized state-owned enterprises, curbed union power, and. Rothbard's treatise contains citations from over books, journal articles, conference proceedings, government documents, dissertations, and policy and research institute monographs.'' () My kindle edition contains a detailed table of contents.
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Governments provide. The book provides both a theoretical and historical background, and a wide range of examples that illustrate the usefulness as well as the problems of market approaches to environmental concerns.
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