Price-Fixing and the Decentralization of Planning
In a planned economy, price policy is one of the most important methods of exercising control over the process of ‘social reproduction’, i.e. of the production, marketing, and consumption of goods. In principle, collective ownership of the major means of production can ensure that prices develop in an orderly manner and that their levels and fluctuations are subordinated to the growth requirements of the economy as a whole.
KeywordsIncome Marketing Assimilation Dition Dinated
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