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The book concludes with a look at future trends that will continue to transform the world economy.
Rosser and Rosser's Comparative Economics in a Transforming World Economy is the go-to text for those of us in the field of. .J. Barkley Rosser, J. is Professor of Economics at James Madison University. Series: The MIT Press.
Rosser and Rosser's Comparative Economics in a Transforming World Economy is the go-to text for those of us in the field of comparative economics.
Rosser, John Barkley. amp; Rosser, Marina V. (2004). Comparative economics in a transforming world economy. Cambridge, Mass : MIT Press. Rosser, John Barkley. and Rosser, Marina V. Comparative economics in a transforming world economy, J. Marina V. Rosser MIT Press Cambridge, Mass 2004. Australian/Harvard Citation. 2004, Comparative economics in a transforming world economy, J. Rosser MIT Press Cambridge, Mass.
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John Barkley Rosser Jr. (born 12 April 1948) is a mathematical economist and Professor of Economics at James Madison University in Harrisonburg, Virginia since 1988. He is known for work in nonlinear economic dynamics, including applications in economics of catastrophe theory, chaos theory, and complexity theory (complex dynamics, complexity economics). With Marina V. Rosser he invented the concept of the "new traditional economy".
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By: Rosser, John Barkley, 1948-. Contributor(s): Rosser, Marina V. (Marina Vschernaya). Material type: BookPublisher: Cambridge, Mass. Subject(s): Comparative economics International economic relations September2013DDC classification: 337. Tags from this library: No tags from this library for this title.
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The second edition of an innovative undergraduate textbook in Comparative Economic Systems that goes beyond the traditional dichotomies.
This second edition of an innovative undergraduate text offers an approach to understanding different economic systems that reflects both recent transformations in the world economy and recent changes in the field of Comparative Economic Systems. The traditional way of teaching comparative economics, with its reliance on relatively simple dichotomies (private vs. state, planning vs. market) does not take into consideration the many variants and mixtures of economic systems that exist in the real world. The Rossers' introduction in the first edition of the concept of the "new traditional economy"―the effort by a developing country to embed a modern economic system into a traditional culture, usually religious―presented a new way to look at developing economies. Their innovative examination of Iran and its effort to develop a "revolutionary Islamic economy" as an alternative to market capitalism illustrates the use of this new tool in comparative economics.
After a four-chapter theoretical and historical overview, the book focuses on fifteen country studies, organized by economic system. The chapters on advanced market capitalism examine the economies of the United States (a chapter new to this edition) Japan, France, Sweden, and Germany. The chapters examining transition in former socialist economies discuss Russia, the former Soviet Republics, Poland, Hungary, Yugoslavia (including expanded treatment of the most successful transition economy, that of Slovenia), and China. The chapters in the final section of the book discuss "alternative paths" taken by the developing economies of Iran, India (its complex mix of socialism, capitalism, and tradition is examined in a chapter new to this edition), Mexico, and South and North Korea. The book concludes with a look at future trends that will continue to transform the world economy.
Category: Business & Money
Publisher: The MIT Press; second edition edition (December 19, 2003)
Pages: 656 pages