The Market and the state in economic development in the 1990s

The Market and the state in economic development in the 1990s

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There has been a conspicuous switch in the way economists and policy makers think about the roles of market incentives and state policies. In recent times the key notions seem to be pro-market policies, privatization, deregulation, and curbing the size of the government. This volume examines the implications of greater reliance on market forces and the potential of new combinations of private and public inducements to foster economic progress. The papers address a number of key questions, exploring new angles on concurrent interpretations and assessing experiences of individual countries. The chapters in the volume are organized in three thematic groups: institutional and historical issues, privatization and its consequences, and the remodeling of economic policies in Latin America.With a couple of exceptions --one of them the coincidence of the stock market crash of October 1987-- the offers were successful and frequently ... The least developed stock market in Europe (outside the eastern countries) is in Greece. Thereanbsp;...


Title:The Market and the state in economic development in the 1990s
Author: Álvaro Antônio Zini Júnior
Publisher:North Holland - 1992
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