Capitalism Reassessed

Book Name : Capitalism Reassessed

By by Frederic L. Pryor

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Written by : by Frederic L. Pryor

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Capitalism Reassessed provides a broad view of different types of advanced capitalist economic systems and is based on an empirical analysis of twenty-one OECD nations. The book looks at why capitalism developed in Western Europe rather than elsewhere. It shows the close influences of the cultural system on the economic system. The analysis compares the economic and social performance of the capitalist economic systems along a variety of economic and social criteria. It also analyzes how capitalism will change in the twenty-first century. Cambridge University Press; August 2010 ISBN 9780511784705 Read online, or download in secure PDF or secure EPUB format Title: Capitalism Reassessed Author: Frederic L. Pryor Imprint: Cambridge University Press Subject categories Economics > Capital. Capitalism Political Science > Economic Policy Business > Economics > Macroeconomics Social Sciences Social Science > Sociology Business > Economics > Theory ISBNs 0511784708 9780521190206 9780511784705 9780511850479 In The Press Review of the hardback: 'This timely book delivers an intelligent yet accessible analysis of diverse contemporary capitalist economic systems. Which countries and systems are more productive, and where are people happiest? Is regulation the answer or the problem? Where is the world economy headed? Pryor gives careful and honest answers to these and many other questions.' Avner Ben-Ner, University of Minnesota

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Economics - Capital. Capitalism Political Science - Economic Policy Business - Economics - Macroeconomics Social Sciences Social Science - Sociology Business - Economics - Theory

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0511784708 - 9780521190206 - 9780511784705 - 9780511850479

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Review of the hardback: 'This timely book delivers an intelligent yet accessible analysis of diverse contemporary capitalist economic systems. Which countries and systems are more productive, and where are people happiest? Is regulation the answer or the problem? Where is the world economy headed? Pryor gives careful and honest answers to these and many other questions.' Avner Ben-Ner, University of Minnesota

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Cambridge University Press

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