Definition of the problem and introductory remarks

  • O. Kuschpèta
Part of the Tilburg studies in economics book series (TIEC, volume 18)


The most fundamental difference between a Soviet-socialistic economy and a modern capitalistic one, lies in the degree to which and the manner in which the various economic subjects influence economic events.


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© H.E. Stenfert Kroese B.V., Leiden, the Netherlands 1978

Authors and Affiliations

  • O. Kuschpèta
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  1. 1.Social Sciences and LawTilburg School of Economicsthe Netherlands

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