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This 3rd quantity within the sequence is split into 4 components. the 1st provides a symposium on versions of socialism, the second one provides present learn, the 3rd, evaluate essays, and the fourth, publication stories.

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The Distribution of Profits To understand Roemer's distribution scheme for profits, it is necessary to describe in more detail how the firms would be owned. He envisions firms organized into groups analogous to the Japanese keiretsu. Each group would be associated with a bank, which would have primary responsibility for arranging loans for the members of the group. Stock in all the firms would be owned by other members of the group and by the bank. The profits of any given firm would be divided among the bank, the other firms in the group (who in turn would distribute them to their workers), and the state.

6. See Whyte and Whyte (1988, 1991)--the entire story both starting from and leading to an educational experience. For theory, see Vanek (1970, ch. 12, section 4). T. 1982. Antitrust and Monopoly: Anatomy of a Policy Failure. New York: Wiley. Berman, K. 1967. Worker-Owned Plywood Companies: An Economic Analysis. Pullman, WA: Washington State University Press. S. ). 1990. Paying for Productivity: A Look at the Evidence. Washington, DC: Brookings Institution. H. 1944. A Century of Cooperation. London: Allen & Unwin.

III. COMPARATIVE PERFORMANCE: THE "ALTITUDE" EVALUATION We have now defined our map/table in both of its north-south and east-west dimensions, and are able to consider more meaningfully and more integrally the questions raised by Prychitko's paper. The multiplicity of the north-south dimension is easy to deal with. All but the last two rows are not true or pure cases of economic democracy; and we will be referring in our discussion to the very last case which not only is fully and genuinely democratic but also is based on the postulate of existence of the system's necessary institutions, instruments, and risk management; as much as the capitalist market economy The Austrians and Self-Management 33 must be considered (in our comparison) with its inherent institutions, instruments, and so on.

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