Socialism

Socialism is a political, social and economic philosophy encompassing a range of economic and social systems characterised by social ownership of the means of production and democratic control or workers' self-management of enterprises. It includes the political theories and movements associated with such systems. Social ownership can be public, collective, cooperative, or of equity. While no single definition encapsulates the many types of socialism, social ownership is the one common element. Socialists disagree about the degree to which social control or regulation of the economy is necessary, how far society should intervene and whether government, particularly existing government, is the …

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INED: Institut national d’études démographiques · 27 February 2024 French

Indissociable de l’histoire de la statistique, il participe no- tamment au Dictionnaire de médecine et au Dictionnaire encyclopédique des sciences médicales, préside le Congrès mondial de démographie à Paris lors …

. • ISBN 978-2-7332-1039-0 • 29,00 € Marco Bianchini, traduction de Pierre Crépel Construire le socialisme revue par Gisèle l’Assistance publique Dès 1917, l’outil statistique sert à l’édifica- et l’aide sociale à l’enfance (1820-1930) tion du socialisme


RAND Corporation · 22 February 2024 English

The return of great-power competition has highlighted the risks of conflict with nuclear-armed great powers. Such a conflict would entail escalation risks that the United States has not seriously considered …

“peaceful coexistence” between capitalism and socialism premised on the assumption that the Soviet Union


Heritage Foundation · 21 February 2024 English

The Framers were influenced in this by the political writers and philosophers who had l Did “market fundamentalism” result in witnessed the wars of religion, the English Civil avoidable social …

positions became permanent and tive to liberalism and socialism and was part of diversity programs became permanent 2024). 15. Joseph A. Schumpeter, Capitalism, Socialism and Democracy (London: Routledge, 1994). 16. Innosight “The Impossibility of Economic Calculation Under Socialism (1922),” Liberty Fund, Online Library of Liberty


Cato Institute · 21 February 2024

being a socialist country on The Realities of Socialism podcast FEATURING Johan Norberg Senior Fellow


EPRS: European Parliamentary Research Service · 20 February 2024 English

This year's EPRS outlook for Latin America focuses on key developments in the region, a partner of significant importance for the European Union (EU). As part of its efforts to …

succumbing to a world vision that would lead to socialism. Buenos Aires sent positive signals most recently


Cato Institute · 20 February 2024 English

Madisonian president who gave us the entirely unnecessary World War I, which led to communism, National Socialism, World War II, and the Cold War--6th. Recently he's fallen to 13th, presumably because of the increased

World War I, which led to communism, National Socialism, World War II, and the Cold War—6th. Recently


Josep Irla Foundation · 12 February 2024 Catalan

que es cou en els confi ns dels hetero- mateix passa amb la Monarquia que es consensuaven les noves regles de de grans mobilitzacions de mas- de membres de l’entorn …

Cal recor- jutges d’extrema dreta —a voltes la des del socialisme al comunisme, baix a dalt, de l’individu al món.


Stimson Center · 9 February 2024

In order to decisively raise the level of the country’s productivity development, [we] must first give a boost to the leading sectors and basic industrial sectors of the people’s economy, …

escalated to fierce warnings about the fate of socialism decades earlier after what was portrayed as the markets have collapsed. Under the condition where socialism was frustrated in the Soviet Union and Eastern One of the main reasons for the collapse of socialism in Eastern Europe was the failure to maintain


Fraser Institute · 8 February 2024 English

Western countries including Canada can learn from Singapore’s pro-growth policies, which have helped transform Singapore from a comparatively poor country in 1965, when it gained independence, into one of the …

REA LITI ESOFSOC I ALI SM .0 RG realities of socialism Meritocracy, Personal ResponsibilIty, And Encouraging Otteson’s (2023) continuum from capitalism to socialism would move Singapore along the continuum away away from capi- talism and towards socialism.4 However, the reality of industrial policy as practiced by See James Otteson (2023), An Introduction to Socialism vs. Capitalism, The Fraser Institute <https://www fraserinstitute.org/studies/an-introduction-to-socialism-vs-capitalism>. fraserinstitute.org 7 CHAPTER


AEI: American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research · 8 February 2024 English

Key Points Canada’s Liberal government is likely to lose the next federal election to the Conservatives, or Tories, led by Pierre Poilievre. A Tory majority depends on the support of …

provincial governments. The PQ offered dem- ocratic socialism and sovereigntist ambition, while the Liberals modern conditions, the space was opened for socialism, in a way that would have been impossible in


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