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Title Why market socialism? : voices from Dissent / Frank Roosevelt and David Belkin, editors.
Imprint Armonk, N.Y. : M.E. Sharpe, [1994]

Subject Marxian economics.
Alt Name Roosevelt, Frank, 1938-
Belkin, David, 1951-
Alternate Title Dissent.
Description xix, 392 pages ; 23 cm
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
ISBN 1563244659 (alk. paper)
1563244667 (pbk. : alk. paper)
OCLC # 30671287
Table of Contents
 Foreword / Robert Heilbroner 
 Preface / Frank Roosevelt, David Belkin 
Pt. IIntroduction1
 1Why Market Socialism? From the Critique of Political Economy to Positive Political Economy / David Belkin3
Pt. IIThe Democratic Socialist Perspective49
 2Thinking About Socialism: Achievements, Failures, and Possibilities / Irving Howe51
 3Markets and Plans: Is the Market Necessarily Capitalist? / Michael Harrington83
 4Justice and the Market / Michel Rocard, Paul Ricoeur109
Pt. IIIMarkets and the Socialist Tradition121
 5Marx and Market Socialism / Frank Roosevelt123
 6Oskar Lange's Market Socialism: The Story of an Intellectual-Political Career / Tadeusz Kowalik137
 7The Turning Point: A Review of Brus and Laski, From Marx to the Market / David Belkin155
 8Socialism and Planning: Beyond the Soviet Economic Crisis / Daniel Bell165
 9From Sweden to Socialism? An Exchange / Robert Heilbroner, Joanne Barkan175
Pt. IVVisions, Models, and Blueprints181
 10Feasible Socialism? Some Social-Political Assumptions / Alec Nove183
 11A Case for Market Socialism: What Does It Mean? Why Should We Favor It? / David Miller, Saul Estrin225
 Comment / Robert Blair 
 Reply / Saul Estrin, David Miller 
 12A Vision of Market Socialism: How It Might Work - And Its Problems / David Miller247
 Comment: Questions about Market Socialism / Frank Roosevelt 
 13Market Socialism, a Blueprint: How Such an Economy Might Work / John Roemer269
 Comment / Joanne Barkan, David Belkin282
 Reply / John Roemer288
 14Challenges to Market Socialism: A Response to Critics / Thomas E. Weisskopf297
 Comment / Branko Horvat319
Pt. VCurrent Debates323
 15One or Two Cheers for "The Invisible Hand" / James Tobin325
 16Social Reality and "Free Markets": A Letter to Friends in Eastern Europe / Robert Dahl339
 17Virtues and Vices of the Market: Balanced Correctives to a Current Craze / Ernest Erber349
 18"Market Socialism" and "Free Economy": A Discussion of Alternatives / Alec Nove363
 19Remaking Our Economy: New Strategies for Structural Reform / Fred Block371

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