Confounding one's sense of manhood, new ideals centered on the ability to participate in and profit from the expanding market economy
Meadowcroft is right in bringing his reader back to empirical data: "The evidence suggests that within real world market economy
there has been no polarization between rich and poor during the past century" (77), he writes, dissipating some of the fuzz over the apparent inequality-creating character of a market economy
Two prestigious organizations, The International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the Oxford Business Group, a London based consultancy, say that Syria is beginning to move away from a centralized, planned economy toward a market economy
In assessing whether an emerging market economy
might be "converging," one usually looks at a number of standard yardsticks.
Modern Muslims have demonstrated that you can run a modern market economy
without interest-bearing financial instruments (though some financial devices they use can resemble fixed interest very closely).
Commerce may stop applying its NME methodology if it finds that China warrants designation as a market economy
Two more countries, South Korea and Israel have told China that they recognize China's economy as a market economy
Bulgaria was first recognized as a market economy
ARENA, El Salvador's ruling party, has secured the peace in the country, returned it to a free market economy
, rebuilt key portions of El Salvador's infrastructure damaged by the 12-year civil war, and is quickly overcoming the effects of the 2001 earthquakes.
After visiting camp Orlyonok on the Black Sea and several other camps, the concept of applying the new market economy
to the venue of camps began to develop.
I support freedom and I support a free market economy
, but it should be a socially oriented market economy
Ropke called his version of capitalism the "Third Way," or "social market economy
," because it combined free markets with a concern for the common good.