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  Economic system / Economics - Economy-point.org
The economic system is by the interdependence of the social subsystems, which affect each other mutually, particularly with the political system verwoben.
Economic system is after the system theory an analytic generic term for all those elements, processes and structures, which can be defined by the common sense of the need satisfaction in view of limited goods as part of the society system of other subsystems such as politics and culture.
Finally thirdly the economic order developing from cooperating the elements and participants is a component of the economic system; it is based on the institutional rules (economic system, economic constitution).
www.economy-point.org /economic-system   (1068 words)

 Economic system of the Czech Republic - Czech republic
Economic system of the Czech Republic - Czech republic
In the years right after the revolution, the Czech economic system had to absorb all changes that had occurred on world markets; the changes were often very dramatic.
Within the restitution system, businesses and land were returned to their previous owners; during the coupon privatization, a large majority of state companies were privatized.
www.czech.cz /en/economy-business-science/general-information/economy-development-and-potential/economic-system-of-the-czech-republic   (559 words)

  JAPAN'S ECONOMIC SYSTEM   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Agricultural Age Economic Systems: During this age Japan's economics were limited to trading with foriegners who were deemed a non threat.
There economic system was nowhere near what it is today because they were a isolated island nation who didn't trust anyone.
Information Age Economic Systems: In this age Japan is still striving to create new industries for additional revenue.
www.csudh.edu /global_options/375Students-Sp96/Japan2/EconSys.html   (376 words)

 Economic System
In 1984, the economic restructuring shifted from the rural areas to the cities, and in 1992, after some 10 years of reform and opening-up and with a clearer orientation toward the implementation of reforms and establishment of a socialist market economic system, the Chinese government set forth main principles for economic structural reform as follows:
A unified and open market system should be established in the country so as to link the rural and urban markets, and the domestic and international markets, and to promote the optimization of the allocation of resources.
A distribution system should be established in which distribution according to work is dominant while giving priority to efficiency with due consideration to fairness.
www.china.org.cn /english/features/China2004/106995.htm   (791 words)

 MUONGLAO.COM | Economic System
The economic structure of the Lao PDR consists of many sectors under different forms of ownership and economic organizational system, but these sectors are equal before law and operate under the management of the state with the view to freely cooperate and compete in their business activities.
This is in line with improving economic relations with other countries; the National Assembly has promulgated a number of laws and regulations with the view of ensuring trade and investment in Laos.
Up to now the banking system in Lao PDR is comprised of the Central Bank, Lao state owned commercial banks, seven branches of foreign banks and Lao private commercial bank.
www.muonglao.com /economics.html   (339 words)

 An Economic System Out of Control
Those of us who seek to intervene in policy debates in favor of economic justice and environmentally sustainability are regularly assured by the world's power brokers that they are fully committed to these goals so long as economic growth and the expansion of free trade are not compromised by governmental restraints on the market.
In the eyes of two leading business journals, economic success is about creating millionaires and billionaires by denying workers the right to organize independent unions and giving free reign to securities fraud and the extraction of monopoly profits.
These are real world consequences of an out of control financial system in which reckless young traders backed by the massive financial assets of leading private financial institutions send billions of dollars sloshing around the world in a high stacks gambling frenzy with an almost complete absence of oversight.
www.pcdf.org /corprule/failure.htm   (2537 words)

  Economic System - Our Economic System is a Flawed Debt Money Financial System
The entire financial system of all nations today is what we call debt-based; meaning that the process of going into debt is relied upon almost exclusively to create and supply money to their economies.
The conventional economic wisdom today states that the monetarization of all resources must come as an interest-bearing debt from the banking system.
An organisation has been formed called the "Post Autistic Economics" movement which regards the present economic ideology as inadequate and which is starting to question the whole wisdom of it.
www.fdrs.org /economic_system.html   (1954 words)

  An alternative economic system - why and how by Fritz C. Holte [HA 2000:5]
The conclusion that the authorities should be able to govern important aspects of the economic development, does not imply that most the economic decisions ought to be transferred to the authorities.
The economic system ought to be changed in such a way that Group 1 is eliminated.
The system for setting the exchange rate is such that every country can be sure of this: the internal exchange rates will develop in such a way that, apart from temporary deviations, each country's ability to compete with other countries in its group remains acceptable.
www.fritzholte.com /ha_2000_5_an_alternative_ec_system.html   (2435 words)

  Economic system - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The economic system is composed of people, institutions and their relationships to resources, such as the convention of property.
There is often a strong correlation between certain ideologies, political systems and certain economic systems (for example, consider the meanings of the term "communism").
Typically, "left-wing" economic systems involve a greater role for society and/or the government to determine what gets produced, how it gets produced, and who gets the produced goods and services, with the stated aim of ensuring social justice and a more equitable distribution of wealth (see welfare state).
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Economic_system   (483 words)

 American School (economics) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The name, "American System," was coined by Clay to distinguish it, as a school of thought, from the competing theory of economics at the time, the "British System" represented by Adam Smith in his work Wealth of Nations.
Instead of the economic process being based on continuous improvements in potential output, as most classical economists had believed from the late 1700s on, Keynes asserted the importance of aggregate demand for goods as the driving factor of the economy, especially in periods of downturn.
Macroeconomic is the economics sub-field of study that considers aggregate behavior, and the study of the sum of individual economic decisions.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/American_System_(economic_system)   (5904 words)

 Some Features of PROUT's Economic System
The main reason for the failure of the co-operative system in different countries of the world is rampant immorality which has been perpetrated by capitalist exploiters so that they can maintain their economic exploitation.
If a socio-economic unit develops its economic potential, per capita income disparities in different regions will be reduced and the economic position of undeveloped regions will be raised to that of developed regions.
The banking system should also be managed by co-operatives, and the central or federal government bank should be controlled by the immediate government or the local government.
www.ru.org /proutfea.htm   (1730 words)

 What is an economic system?   (Site not responding. Last check: )
An economic system is comprised of the various processes of organizing and motivating labor, producing, distributing, and circulating of the fruits of human labor, including products and services, consumer goods, machines, tools, and other technology used as inputs to future production, and the infrastructure within and through which production, distribution, and circulation occurs.
Thus, one would speak of a Chinese economic system, although China may, in fact, be a complex conglomeration and interaction of economic systems.
More recent mainstream approaches to comparative economic systems are less polemical, focusing on the way non-economic factors influence (as exogenous variables) the structure and functioning of economies.
www.mtholyoke.edu /courses/sgabriel/econ_system.htm   (293 words)

 World Economy
The economic cycle of the feudal economy had reached its optimum level; afterwards the economy began to shrink.
Empires depended upon a system of government which, through commercial monopolies combined with the use of force, directed the flow of economic goods from the periphery to the center.
Labor systems in both peripheral areas differed from earlier forms in medieval Europe in that they were established to produce goods for a capitalist world economy and not merely for internal consumption.
www.fordham.edu /halsall/med/wall.html   (2342 words)

 Type of economic system, center for economic development, economic value added   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Type of economic system the form of economic growth is changing from the extensive to the intensive type.
There are four main types of economic systems present in the world: the traditional economy, the market economy, the command economy, and the mixed economy.
Two groups of data are needed for the operation of the system: the data on the actual culture operations and the data which specifies the type of economic.
www.risk-control.org /economic/type_of_economic_system.html   (978 words)

Mexico is a constitutional democracy under a federal system of government with separation of powers between the executive, legislative and judicial branches.
The civil law system is based on "written law," that is, the codes or statutes that present the general principles governing broad areas of law.
The Federal Congress is authorized to legislate on the national plan for economic and social development and the President is authorized to enforce laws and to establish the procedures of participation and consultation in national planning.
www.mexico-trade.com /general.html   (661 words)

 Economic Fascism
But there was also an economic policy component of fascism, known in Europe during the 1920s and '30s as "corporatism," that was an essential ingredient of economic totalitarianism as practiced by Mussolini and Hitler.
A 25-point "Programme of the Party" was adopt-ed in 1925 with a number of economic policy "demands," all prefaced by the general statement that "the activities of the individual must not clash with the interests of the whole.
Virtually all of the specific economic policies advocated by the Italian and German fascists of the 1930s have also been adopted in the United States in some form, and continue to be adopted to this day.
www.banned-books.com /truth-seeker/1994archive/121_3/ts213l.html   (2550 words)

 The Economic System of Islam
Ensuring equitable and fair distribution of wealth, the Islamic economical system discourages the hoarding of wealth as idle wealth is also taxed 2 1/2% a year.
It has evolved such a healthy economic system that it has to a great extent minimised the conflict between the interests of the individual and that of the community.
In an Islamic Economic system, ample subsistence to the individual is assured and it is for the Creator to provide livelihood to His every creature.
www.netmuslims.com /info/economic.html   (2152 words)

 economic system
This is but one manifestation of the extreme economic and social distortions created by the globalized free market economy idealized by business publications such as Forbes and Business Week.
Evidence is mounting that economic growth and free trade are not leading us toward economic justice and environmental sustainability.
These are real world consequences of an out of control financial system in which reckless young traders backed by the massive financial assets of leading private financial institutions send billions of dollars sloshing around the world in a high stacks gambling frenzy with an almost complete absence of oversight.
www.reportcube.com /economic_system.htm   (264 words)

 Type of Economic System
Type of economic system used countries over the world differ from country to country.
Mixed Economy is such a type of economic system, where both capitalist economic norms as well as socialist economic norms exist.
Socialist Economy is a type of economic system where the means of production and distribution are made by the public authority or the Government.
www.economywatch.com /world_economy/world-economic-indicators/type-of-economic-system.html   (305 words)

 Living & Investing In The New Cuban
This two-tier pricing system is designed to solve problems inherent in socialist economics while bringing to Cuba much needed hard currency.
The economic system can be dealt with; I've met countless people who have done so; many who have opened successful businesses.
Of course it is essential to take the time to learn to deal with the economic system.
caribpro.com /Books_Ebooks/Living_In_Cuba   (2915 words)

 Social and Economic Policy - Global Policy Forum
When founding the United Nations in 1945, member states agreed to work together to promote “economic and social advancement of all peoples.” But sixty years later, poverty and income inequality are on the rise, many people endure terrible working conditions, and the world population faces an alarming environmental crisis.
Many NGOs call for reform of the global economic system, including debt relief, international aid, and global taxes that can fund development while at the same time curbing carbon emissions or stabilizing the global financial system.
They call for a fair international trade system, international regulation of corporate activity to ensure basic labor and human rights and environmental standards, and a stronger role for the UN in global social and economic policy.
www.globalpolicy.org /socecon   (715 words)

 ECONOMIC SYSTEM OF SPAIN   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Both capitalist and socialist economic systems are being greatly restructured as they become part of a global economy; no pure systems, hybrids instead, though also privatization trends world wide--including in former socialist countries.
These figures indicate that economic opportunities are now available to the bulk of the population.
Tourism is increasingly important to economic development, especially in the coastal regions.
www.csudh.edu /global_options/375Students-Sp96/Spain/ECON.SYS.HTML   (244 words)

 The Nature of our Economic System
Our present economic system is not a natural system: it is a system that was created to serve those that created it.
In such a system, deposit accounts, being a liability of the bank, are offset by loans, which are the assets of the bank.
He thus desired to move away from a financial system where the level of money was determined by the amount of bank loans which he saw as being unstable (though he felt that the 10% system combined with a stabilization plan would work better than an unmanaged 100% system).
www.justiceplus.org /nature.htm   (9961 words)

 Wiley Higher Education Supplementary Website
The Economic System provides an accessible account of introductory economics theory that allows students more fully to appreciate the main features and complexity of the Economic System by integrating microeconomic and macroeconomic principles on a topic-by-topic basis.
One of the main problems experienced by students of economics is that even those who appear to grasp concepts and models often display weaknesses in using them to better understand or analyse problems.
This requires being explicit in explaining what the economic approach is about, the role of theories and models to support economic analysis and how these theories and models support decision making based on economic analysis.
www.wiley.co.uk /doyle   (361 words)

 Plekhanov: Materialist Conception of History (1897)
Ask any Narodnik or subjectivists what is an economic materialist, and he will answer that an economic materialist is one who attributes predominant importance to the economic factor in social life.
The modern materialists teach that any economic system that is conformable to the state of the productive forces at the given time is conformable to human nature.
It may be objected that the “disciples” themselves sometimes called themselves economic materialists, and that the term it “economic materialism” was first used by one of the French “disciples.” That is so.
www.marxists.org /archive/plekhanov/1897/history/part1.htm   (4356 words)

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