planned economy

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Related to Planned economies: War communism, Mixed economies, Erich von Ludendorff

planned economy

n
(Economics) another name for command economy
Translations

planned economy

[ˌplændɪˈkɒnəmɪ] neconomia pianificata
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Special attention will be given to the formerly planned economies and the reasons for their slow convergence to the western economies.
While it is true that wealth is more equally distributed in centrally planned economies like North Korea, it is true because state planning destroys productivity and incentives.
The originally planned economies of scale begin to to be lost in such circumstances.
To be sure, the world today offers very few examples of genuine centrally planned economies.
Still hopeful about the benefits of global trade and economic liberalization and still wary of the failings of centrally planned economies, he has nevertheless come to the conclusion that what is needed is a careful balance of private and public power and that the fulcrum has currently tipped too far in the favor of private power.
In the two decades and more since the fall of the Berlin Wall the former centrally planned economies have taken somewhat different paths to becoming free market economies.
State capitalism and planned economies are simply no longer formulas for success in the Internet Age, with its networked global economy and unfettered capital markets.
The dispute, involving 12,000 cabin crew, was sparked by BA's planned economies - which both sides finally agree on.
EBRD was founded in 1991 to help countries in Eastern Europe make the transition to market economies from centrally planned economies after the collapse of Communism, Dow Jones noted in a related report.
The EBRD was founded in 1991 to help countries in eastern Europe make the transition to market from centrally planned economies following the collapse of communism.
The new Silk Road region is emerging from decades of centrally planned economies that were closed to foreign investment, and the current business environment does not meet international best practices in many respects, UNCTAD said.
Unless we are willing to reconsider the failed theories of isolated and planned economies, we know that jobs are created by the reality of the marketplace.