Social Dividend Versus Basic Income Guarantee in Market Socialism

@article{Marangos2004SocialDV,
  title={Social Dividend Versus Basic Income Guarantee in Market Socialism},
  author={John Marangos},
  journal={International Journal of Political Economy},
  year={2004},
  volume={34},
  pages={20 - 40}
}
  • John Marangos
  • Published 2004
  • Economics
  • International Journal of Political Economy
The collapse of “socialism” in Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union, though hardly irrelevant for the socialist cause, does not prove what so many think it does (Schweickart 1993: iv). According to the market socialists, the collapse of centrally administered socialism should not have been interpreted as the exhaustion of all egalitarian prospects or a failure of untried forms of socialism, especially market socialism; socialism is not Stalinism. The failure of centrally administered socialism… Expand
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