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Market fundamentalism - Frederic P. Miller
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Laissez- faire, Market economy, Free market, Mixed economy, Protectionism, George Soros, Neoclassical economics, Criticism of capitalism Market fundamentalism is an exaggerated faith in the ability of unfettered laissez-faire or free market economic views or policies to solve economic and social problems. Critics of free market extremism have used the term to denote what they perceive as a misguided belief, or deliberate deception, tha free markets provide the greatest possible equity and prosperity and that any interference with the market process decreases social well being. Users of the term include adherents of interventionist mixed economy and protectionist positions, as well as capitalists such as George Soros and economists such as Nobel Laureate Joseph Stiglitz. Critics cite as fundamentalist the unshakable belief, even against the evidence, that unfettered markets maximize individual freedom, that they are the only means to economic growth and that society should adhere to their specific ideas of progress. Ideas ascribed to fundamentalists include the belief that markets tend towards a natural equilibrium, and that the best interests in a given society are achieved by allowing its participants to pursue their own financial self-interest with no or little restraint or regulatory oversight. Market fundamentalism: Market fundamentalism is an exaggerated faith in the ability of unfettered laissez-faire or free market economic views or policies to solve economic and social problems. Critics of free market extremism have used the term to denote what they perceive as a misguided belief, or deliberate deception, tha free markets provide the greatest possible equity and prosperity and that any interference with the market process decreases social well being. Users of the term include adherents of interventionist mixed economy and protectionist positions, as well as capitalists such as George Soros and economists such as Nobel Laureate Joseph Stiglitz. Critics cite as fundamentalist the unshakable belief, even against the evidence, that unfettered markets maximize individual freedom, that they are the only means to economic growth and that society should adhere to their specific ideas of progress. Ideas ascribed to fundamentalists include the belief that markets tend towards a natural equilibrium, and that the best interests in a given society are achieved by allowing its participants to pursue their own financial self-interest with no or little restraint or regulatory oversight., Alphascript Publishing

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[ED: Taschenbuch], [PU: Alphascript Publishing], Neuware - Market fundamentalism is an exaggerated faith in the ability of unfettered laissez-faire or free market economic views or policies to solve economic and social problems. Critics of free market extremism have used the term to denote what they perceive as a misguided belief, or deliberate deception, tha free markets provide the greatest possible equity and prosperity and that any interference with the market process decreases social well being. Users of the term include adherents of interventionist mixed economy and protectionist positions, as well as capitalists such as George Soros and economists such as Nobel Laureate Joseph Stiglitz. Critics cite as fundamentalist the unshakable belief, even against the evidence, that unfettered markets maximize individual freedom, that they are the only means to economic growth and that society should adhere to their specific ideas of progress. Ideas ascribed to fundamentalists include the belief that markets tend towards a natural equilibrium, and that the best interests in a given society are achieved by allowing its participants to pursue their own financial self-interest with no or little restraint or regulatory oversight., [SC: 0.00], Neuware, gewerbliches Angebot, 220x150x6 mm, [GW: 171g]

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[ED: Taschenbuch / Paperback], [PU: Alphascript Publishing], Market fundamentalism is an exaggerated faith in the ability of unfettered laissez-faire or free market economic views or policies to solve economic and social problems. Critics of free market extremism have used the term to denote what they perceive as a misguided belief, or deliberate deception, tha free markets provide the greatest possible equity and prosperity and that any interference with the market process decreases social well being. Users of the term include adherents of interventionist mixed economy and protectionist positions, as well as capitalists such as George Soros and economists such as Nobel Laureate Joseph Stiglitz. Critics cite as fundamentalist the unshakable belief, even against the evidence, that unfettered markets maximize individual freedom, that they are the only means to economic growth and that society should adhere to their specific ideas of progress. Ideas ascribed to fundamentalists include the belief that markets tend towards a natural equilibrium, and that the best interests in a given society are achieved by allowing its participants to pursue their own financial self-interest with no or little restraint or regulatory oversight., [SC: 0.00], Neuware, gewerbliches Angebot

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[ED: Taschenbuch / Paperback], [PU: Alphascript Publishing], Market fundamentalism is an exaggerated faith in the ability of unfettered laissez-faire or free market economic views or policies to solve economic and social problems. Critics of free market extremism have used the term to denote what they perceive as a misguided belief, or deliberate deception, tha free markets provide the greatest possible equity and prosperity and that any interference with the market process decreases social well being. Users of the term include adherents of interventionist mixed economy and protectionist positions, as well as capitalists such as George Soros and economists such as Nobel Laureate Joseph Stiglitz. Critics cite as fundamentalist the unshakable belief, even against the evidence, that unfettered markets maximize individual freedom, that they are the only means to economic growth and that society should adhere to their specific ideas of progress. Ideas ascribed to fundamentalists include the belief that markets tend towards a natural equilibrium, and that the best interests in a given society are achieved by allowing its participants to pursue their own financial self-interest with no or little restraint or regulatory oversight., Neuware, gewerbliches Angebot

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Market fundamentalism is an exaggerated faith in the ability of unfettered laissez-faire or free market economic views or policies to solve economic and social problems. Critics of free market extremism have used the term to denote what they perceive as a misguided belief, or deliberate deception, tha free markets provide the greatest possible equity and prosperity and that any interference with the market process decreases social well being. Users of the term include adherents of interventionist mixed economy and protectionist positions, as well as capitalists such as George Soros and economists such as Nobel Laureate Joseph Stiglitz. Critics cite as fundamentalist the unshakable belief, even against the evidence, that unfettered markets maximize individual freedom, that they are the only means to economic growth and that society should adhere to their specific ideas of progress. Ideas ascribed to fundamentalists include the belief that markets tend towards a natural equilibrium, and that the best interests in a given society are achieved by allowing its participants to pursue their own financial self-interest with no or little restraint or regulatory oversight. Bücher / Sozialwissenschaften, Recht & Wirtschaft / Wirtschaft

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Market fundamentalism
Auteur:

Frederic P. Miller

Titre:

Market fundamentalism

ISBN:

9786130626556

Market fundamentalism is an exaggerated faith in the ability of unfettered laissez-faire or free market economic views or policies to solve economic and social problems. Critics of free market extremism have used the term to denote what they perceive as a misguided belief, or deliberate deception, tha free markets provide the greatest possible equity and prosperity and that any interference with the market process decreases social well being. Users of the term include adherents of interventionist mixed economy and protectionist positions, as well as capitalists such as George Soros and economists such as Nobel Laureate Joseph Stiglitz. Critics cite as fundamentalist the unshakable belief, even against the evidence, that unfettered markets maximize individual freedom, that they are the only means to economic growth and that society should adhere to their specific ideas of progress. Ideas ascribed to fundamentalists include the belief that markets tend towards a natural equilibrium, and that the best interests in a given society are achieved by allowing its participants to pursue their own financial self-interest with no or little restraint or regulatory oversight.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9786130626556
ISBN (ISBN-10): 613062655X
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Date de parution: 2010
Editeur: Alphascript Publishing

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