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Socialism Today? : The Changing Meaning of Socialism - Ota Sik

Socialism Today?

The Changing Meaning of Socialism

By: Ota Sik

Hardcover Published: 30th July 1991
ISBN: 9780333531044
Number Of Pages: 181

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'Real socialism' has failed: its economy is ruined, its political system is in tatters. Reforms would appear to be not only necessary, but inevitable. What about the socialist ideas and ideals? Are the values for which people have fought for decades now out of date? Would it not be conceivable to build a system in which the true values of socialism could become reality at last? This book attempts to discuss the beginnings of a theoretical concept for such a system, and to define the foundations of a conceivable model.

Preface - Notes on the Contributors - Socialism: Theory and Practice; O.Sik - Social Ownership; B.Horvat - Dogmata and Life; G.S.Lisichkin - Socialism: the Very Concept under Scrutiny; W.Brus - Two Remarks on Socialism and Reforms; T.Bauer - Problems with the Definition of Socialism in Today's World; L.Balcerovicz - Socialism: Why; A.Nove - A Predictament of Systemic Change: Supply and Demand Pricing; K.Kouba - Socialist Property: Contents and Forms of Realization; R.N.Yevstigneyev - The Regulated Market: The Future of Socialism?; J.Kovacs - A Present-Day Socio-Economic Notion of Socialism; F.Levcik - Socialist Values and Economic Systems; J.Kosta - Some Remarks on Socialism: Synopsis of the Discussion on the Occasion of the St Gall Research Talks of September 28-30 1989; O.Sik & K-F.Raible - Appendix: Problems of Reforming a Socialist Economy; O.Sik - Index

ISBN: 9780333531044
ISBN-10: 0333531043
Series: Changing Nature of Socialism
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 181
Published: 30th July 1991
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 22.2 x 14.81  x 1.5
Weight (kg): 0.41
Edition Number: 3