Markets within Planning Socialist Economic Management in the Third World
By Edmund V. K. Fitzgerald, Marc Wuyts Copyright 1988
Also available as eBook on:
Published in 1988, Markets within Planning is a valuable contribution to the field of Economics.
Introduction, E.V.K. Fitz Gerald, M. Wuyts; Economic Reform in China *Translator's note: Technical accuracy has been given precedence over literary style in this translation, and where the terms are coined by Bettelheim himself the French version is also given. Proper names and bibliographical References have been left as in the original manuscript – E.V.K.F., Charles Bettelheim; State Accumulation and Market Equilibria: An Application of Kalecki-Kornai Analysis to Planned Economies in the Third World, E.V.K. FitzGerald *; Central Planning and Market Relations in Socialist Societies, Gary Littlejohn*; Reforming State Finance in Post-1975 Vietnam, Max Spoor*; Nicaragua's Experience with Agricultural Planning: From State-Centred Accumulation to the Strategic Alliance with the Peasantry, David Kaimowitz*, M. Wuyts; Accumulation, Social Services and Socialist Transition in the Third World: Reflections on Decentralised Planning based on the Mozambican Experience, Maureen Mackintosh*, Marc Wuyts**; State and Market in China's Labour Reforms, Gordon White*; The State, Planning and Labour: Towards Transforming the Colonial Labour Process in Zimbabwe, Nelson P. Moyo*;