- Serbia and Montenegro. // International Debates;May2003, Vol. 1 Issue 5, p130
Focuses on the country of Serbia and Montenegro as of May 1, 2003. History of the state of Serbia; Similarities between the history of Serbia and Montenegro; Government and political conditions of both the states; Economical status of both the states as of 2003.
- Blair's `Third Way' Masks the Same Old, Tired Socialist Thinking. Vazsonyi, Balint // Insight on the News;11/30/98, Vol. 14 Issue 44, p30
Discusses the government system demonstrated by British Prime Minister Tony Blair and by United States President Bill Clinton and Mrs. Clinton in the United States. What promotes the socialist agenda; Definition of capitalism.
- INVISIBLE HANDS AND VISIONARY NARRATORS: WHY THE FREE MARKET IS LIKE A NOVEL. Courtemanche, Eleanor // Critical Studies;2005, Vol. 25, p70
This essay draws an analogy between the ideological workings of Adam Smith's "invisible hand" metaphor, which creates an image of capitalism in which moral and aesthetic orders are reconciled, and certain moments in the 19th-century British novel that invoke moral and aesthetic order by...
- WHAT ARE THE ROOTS OF COLLECTIVISM? Masse, Benjamin L. // America;9/16/1944, Vol. 71 Issue 24, p569
The article presents a discussion concerning the origins of collectivism in Great Britain. It offers information about the National Resources Planning Board, which was regarded as a New Deal brain-trust with plans for extending the economic activities of government in Washington. It discusses...
- Democracy and capitalism: Are they compatible in the long-run? Bernholz, Peter // Journal of Evolutionary Economics;2000, Vol. 10 Issue 1/2, p3
Abstract. Starting from a discussion of Schumpeter's analysis of the relationships of capitalism, socialism and democracy, it is shown that, in a complex society, democracy is only compatible with a decentralized market economy with safe property rights. But in time democracy shows a tendency to...
- THE TRAGEDY OF THE MAGYARS. Vambery, Rustem // Foreign Affairs;Apr42, Vol. 20 Issue 3, p477
Presented is a political and social history of Hungary and its people collectively known as the Magyars. The Latin language was the popular language in schools and in society in general during the 19th century. When the tide of nationalism reached Hungary, the Magyar ruling class made all...
- Ideological Risk versus Economic Necessity: The Future of Reform in North Korea. Frank, Ruediger // Asia-Pacific Journal: Japan Focus;7/27/2009, Issue 30, p4
The article traces the developments which have influenced the political, social and economic status of North Korea. The author claims that the reforms following the 2000 inter-Korean summit and the measures implemented by the country in July 2002 led to a domestic situation which became risky...
- Economic and political conditions and modern and postmodern value orientations of Hong Kong citizens. Cheung, Chau-Kiu; Leung, Kwan-Kwok // Social Science Journal;2004, Vol. 41 Issue 3, p347
There is no research evidence concerning relationships between individualsâ€™ modern and postmodern value orientations and their perceptions of modern and postmodern economic and political conditions. To examine the relationship, the present study surveyed 1,008 Chinese adult citizens in...
- Rough future ahead for the Dominican Republic. Collins, John // Caribbean Business;9/4/2003, Vol. 31 Issue 35, p16
Provides information about the Dominican Republic. Politics & government; Economic conditions; Foreign relations; Tourist trade; Social conditions. INSET: Dominican Republic At a Glance.