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The Economics as Tool for Measuring and Improving the Communities Performance Towards a New Social Accountability (in Public and Private; Economic and Social; National and Global)

  • Franco Archibugi
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Abstract

For a political economy of today, only on the national government scale and composed of initiatives on the basis of almost all uncertainty as to the effects and results, and that have a chance to become coordinated between them in a serious way in a programming process, for a total conviction that the market still is the only way to assure the development of the economy (investment, production, labour and welfare).

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