mixed economy


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mixed economy

n.
An economic system that allows for the simultaneous operation of publicly and privately owned enterprises.

mixed economy

n
(Economics) an economy in which some industries are privately owned and others are publicly owned or nationalized

mixed economy

An economy where parts of the means of production or trade are both state and privately owned or controlled.
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Noun1.mixed economy - an economic system that combines private and state enterprisesmixed economy - an economic system that combines private and state enterprises
economic system, economy - the system of production and distribution and consumption
Translations

mixed economy

neconomia mista
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SIR - Clive Payne is partially correct in saying that for a successful mixed economy we need a primary extractive and manufacturing industry to support a service sector and public sector.
We are in a mixed economy that should value enterprise and quality public services and both need to attract quality people and be well-managed.
The concept of the mixed economy of welfare has been formulated in order to capture the "forgotten dimensions" of welfare provision in the United Kingdom that go beyond the state and include market, voluntary, and informal welfare, according editor Powell (health and social policy, Health Services Management Centre, U.
People in business are by their very nature broadly supportive of the capitalist system and the mixed economy that is a feature of UK plc.
It is unlikely we would go over lock stock and barrel but we would probably have a mixed economy where some subjects choose it and some don't.
Prior to the 1980s, most governments, whether Labour or Conservative believed in a truly mixed economy and left the public services alone.
A lack of affordable mixed economy housing often leads to vacant possession and, ultimately, the destruction of long- cherished communities from which many first-time buyers are already finding themselves banished.
Tenders are invited for Assignment of assistance to project management for the creation of a mixed economy company with special purpose (SEMOP) in charge of the management and development of the Europor zone
SIR - One of the basic assumptions for a successful mixed economy is that primary extractive and manufacturing industry can support both an appropriate service sector and a reasonably sized non-productive public sector.
John Widdowson, principal of New College Durham and chair of the mixed economy group of colleges which already deliver significant amounts of HE, said: "We already have a good relationship with American community colleges and so we welcome the committee's recommendation that the country mirrors their model more closely.
With the growing emphasis on vocational subjects and increased focus on creating a mixed economy of learning environments, the importance of colleges can only grow.
He also provides his moral and epistemological defense of the market against socialism and the mixed economy.