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The Market System: What It Is, How It Works and What to Make of It (Yale… (udgave 2001)

af Charles E. Lindblom

Serier: Yale ISPS Series (2001)

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In this clear and accessible book, an eminent political scientist offers a jargon-free introduction to the market system for all readers, with or without a background in economics. "A balanced and novel treatment of a very important set of questions. This is a book of grand scope by an outstanding scholar."--Samuel Bowles, University of Massachusetts, Amherst "Anyone who wants to know more about the market system's plusses and minuses, how government can help or hinder its workings, and the direction in which it is likely to move should read this clear, fair, and fascinating book."--Robert Heilbroner, professor emeritus, New School University "The Market System resplendently assesses the character, rules, advantages, and shortcomings of the central institution coordinating modern economic and social life. Lindblom marshals his incisive intellect, uncommon range, and pellucid prose to clarify, probe, and exhort. The result is an unsurpassed guide."--Ira I. Katznelson, Columbia University… (mere)

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This is the clearest and most balanced theoretical overview of markets that I've read. The author points out that markets should not be seen as purely economic instruments but as a natural form of social interaction and coordination. He emphasizes the social benefits that are achieved through markets and writes that a society without any market system at all is not worth considering (p.276). But this is not a shortsighted attack against government interference. In fact it's quite the opposite. The author explains at some length how all markets are maintained by governments and how the market system itself is an administrative instrument of the state (p.258). He also discusses a number of claims for and against markets: their efficiency or inefficiency, their influence on freedom, culture, democracy and so on. He makes no final polemical conclusion as to the "proper" scope of markets, but if you intend to make one yourself you need to read this book first.
  thcson | Oct 13, 2013 |
This has the best discussion I've come across of what efficiency claims about the market can really amount to. When you hear free market boosters deride the inefficiency of inheritance taxes (via disincentive effects), point out that allocative efficiency is not some make-believe other kind of efficiency. The market and law and custom are succeeding insofar as they are fulfilling desires in proportion to their felt need; and if you admit diminishing marginal utility (i.e., buy a third Lexus for a billionaire is, according to commonsense, less of a win for society than buying quality preschool for a toddler who wouldn't have it otherwise) the implications are radical. ( )
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In this clear and accessible book, an eminent political scientist offers a jargon-free introduction to the market system for all readers, with or without a background in economics. "A balanced and novel treatment of a very important set of questions. This is a book of grand scope by an outstanding scholar."--Samuel Bowles, University of Massachusetts, Amherst "Anyone who wants to know more about the market system's plusses and minuses, how government can help or hinder its workings, and the direction in which it is likely to move should read this clear, fair, and fascinating book."--Robert Heilbroner, professor emeritus, New School University "The Market System resplendently assesses the character, rules, advantages, and shortcomings of the central institution coordinating modern economic and social life. Lindblom marshals his incisive intellect, uncommon range, and pellucid prose to clarify, probe, and exhort. The result is an unsurpassed guide."--Ira I. Katznelson, Columbia University

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