10 ROMANIAN BOOKS RELATING TO «ETATÍSM»
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Etatism and Diplomacy in Turkey: Economic and Foreign ...
This timely volume deals with Turkey's etatist policy and foreign relations in the early years after the fall of the Ottoman empire.
Socialist Banking and Monetary Control: The Experience of ...
3 Banking and credit in Poland before 1939 Introduction: Polish etatism The Polish economic system between the two world wars was often described at the time as etatism, to signify a high degree of state intervention in the economic activity ...
The Theory of Money and Credit - Pagina 242
CHAPTER VIII THE MONETARY POLICY OF ETATISM The Monetary Theory of Etatism Etatism, as a theory, is the doctrine of the omnipotence of the State, and, as a policy, the attempt to regulate all mundane affairs by authoritative ...
The Indonesian Development Experience: A Collection of ... - Pagina 85
On the other hand, the term ”etatism” is rarely heard, although actually this system, also known as statism, has become a reality in Indonesia lately. In the system of ”etatism” the state and the state's economic apparatuses are fully dominant and ...
Atatürk and the Modernization of Turkey - Pagina 153
10 The Traditional and the Modern in the Economy of Kemalist Turkey: The Experience of the 1920s William M. Hale The policy of etatism, or planned industrialization, led by a powerful state sector, is the economic principle most readily ...
World development, risks and opportunities - Volumul 3 - Pagina 423
The Demise of Liuiism: I946-195U I shall conclude the discussion of Etatism by showing exactly how it was disestablished and in whose interests. I have thus lai outlined all the structured interests that emerged through the success of the ...
Society for International Development. World Conference, 1985
The Turkish Administrator: A Cultural Survey - Pagina 201
THE CONCEPT OF ETATISM Osman Okyar * * In the early l930's in Turkey the Government began to establish and operate economic enterprises of various kinds. The policy and measures connected with this new movement came to be ...
Jerry R. Hopper, Richard I. Levin, 1968
Publications on Social Change - Ediţia 14 - Pagina 185
Etatism was a basic obstacle to the achievement of this last target, and in spite of the Republicans' endeavours to adjust their concept to the new, postwar conditions, etatism became the main theoretical bone of contention between the ...
Institute of Social Studies (Netherlands), 1958
Egypt and Turkey - Pagina 325
Agriculture stands out as by far the most important contributor to growth, declining from a contribution of 53 percent during the recovery period to 43 percent in the crisis period but increasing again to 57 percent during the period of etatism.
Liberalism After Communism - Pagina 161
etatism. Perhaps an even more vexatious crucible for the liberal utopia is that the state not only undertakes to make this utopia a reality ('shortening the way to the market'), but that, in practice, it also retains a number of functions inherited from ...