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The question of whether military expenditures in the Third World ingeneral and the Middle EastSouth Asia region in particular have been atthe expense of national human resource development is addressed. Thefindings of a crosssectional analysis of public sector expenditurepatterns in a large...
The analysis of the standard balancedbudget multiplier is based onthe suppositions that the general price level and interest rates arefixed and that the equal changes in government expenditures and taxesare autonomous. However, no explicit assumption is made about the timingof the dynamic...
This article, making standard assumptions, tests the effect thatcross price elasticity of demand has on consumer directly and producerindirectly behaviour. Two classes of utility functions are employedone is U XnYm, which is asymptotically convex and, hence,conventional another is U Xn Ym,...
Scientific Management and Stakhanovism were both popular in theSoviet Union during the 1920s and 1930s as means for increasingproductivity and industrial growth. A firstcut effort at comparing andcontrasting these two historically important movements is presented asone means for appreciating the...
Noting the failure of social economists to appreciate thecontext of Marxist philosopher Antonio Gramscis writings,attention is brought to the historical context of Gramscis writings bydetailing his early life and work. Gramscis thoughts on workerascendancy, labour unions, and political...
The situation of East and West Germany before reunification isanalysed with special emphasis on macro and microeconomicquestions GNP, exchange rates, productivity, consumer behaviour.
This article has been withdrawn as it was published elsewhere and accidentally duplicated. The original article can be seen here: 10.1108/03068298910132963. When citing the article, please cite: Fritz-Reheis, (1989), “The Just State: Observations on Gustav von Schmollerʼs Political Theory”,...
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