mixed economy


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mixed economy

an economy in which some industries are privately owned and others are publicly owned or nationalized

mixed economy

an economic system which combines two or more contrasting forms of economic decision-making, especially the combination of market principles and state intervention. See also CAPITALISM AND CAPITALIST MODE OF PRODUCTION.
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We prefer Charles Lindblom's metaphor: the mixed economy is like a hand.
The council has also set a strategy which focuses on growth in the borough and expansion of its mixed economy. Reviews are also being carried out to provide the most effective possible services in the most efficient way.
He further argues it is characterized by a mixed ideology; mixed economy; continuity in governance and comprehensive thinking (mixed democracy); legitimacy of government policies through people-oriented strategy; independent and autonomous centralized leadership; scientific trial and error and building a learning society; reinterpretation of tradition and alignment with international standards; and learning, innovation, and self-reliance.
Moreover, woe betide any suggestion of creating an efficient, mixed economy.
"The council has already agreed to the principle of trying to create a mixed economy that's less dependent on the public sector and our primary goal is to safeguard jobs and bring investment.
There is no basis for the claim of "a chasm between Keynes and Hayek in terms of their approach to economics and their perspective on the role of government in affecting the economy as well as the importance of markets left free to regulate themselves." Hayek's case for a mixed economy is overt.
This is for implementing politically risky cuts in cumbersome subsidies, financial discipline, robust foreign exchange reserve, debt reduction and the pursuit of job growth in its mixed economy, thanks in part to its sanction-busting foreign trade and foreign investment, an Asia Time analysis said.
Emphasizing that a strong, purposeful and visionary government is needed for the management of the mixed economy, Dr.
I would go further I want to see private business generating economic growth in a mixed economy of working in harmony with the public and third sectors and making a stronger and more confident Wales in a strong and confident Wales in a strong UK.
Rob Johnson, Labour's Stratford candidate, hit back, saying Labour had supported a mixed economy - intervening to avoid past Tory recessions.
The post-war mixed economy was built for and operated at the level of nation-states, and required keeping the international economy at bay.