Senate, is careful to distinguish "democratic socialism," which supposedly distinguishes a democratic political system alongside a socialist economic system
, from more authoritarian and even totalitarian forms of socialism such as Marxism, Stalinism, Maoism, and communism generally.
The president highlighted the need to uphold and improve the basic socialist economic system
, stressing that people should consolidate and develop the public sector while encouraging, supporting and guiding the non-public sector to develop.
They were founded as a means of safeguarding the provision of basic supplies and services to the regional population in the socialist economic system
307) between the socialist economic system
and a changing, modernizing society.
The formal and informal institutions supporting the socialist economic system
left little room for independent forms of entrepreneurship in Central and Eastern Europe.
This concise volume examines the processes of transformation from a socialist economic system
to a market economy in Eastern Europe, Russia, and China.
The potential of a socialist economic system
to solve environmental problems is indicated by Cuba's example.
This was an unprecedented criticism of the planned, socialist economic system
put in place by Bashar Assad's father, Hafez Assad, who ruled Syria with an iron fist for 30 years.
Once in office, in another surprise, Rao set out to scrap India's decades-old socialist economic system
How these changes affect wage structure and wage inequality depends on how the human capital model assesses schooling and experience gained under the socialist economic system
, relative to the institutional wages that had also been set under that system.
From his discussion it is evident that the authoritarian, one-party political regime and the socialist economic system
which Ne Win and his supporters put in place, in accordance with the Soviet and East European model, were not so much responses to ideology as to the central problem of Burma's history -- the maintenance of national cohesion.
Thus, a socialist economic system
causes two fundamental dissociations: vertically, the dissociation of the formal organizational structure and culture from actual practices and behaviours and, horizontally, the dissociation of the actions of an economic unit from their consequences.