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“Socialism Without Markets: Democratic Planned Socialism”: Al Campbel

24/09/2012 Deja un comentario

I. INTRODUCTION

1. Two interrelated issues inform the debate between socialists who advocate Market Socialism and those who advocate socialism without markets, Democratic Planned Socialism (DPS).1 The first is if socialism without markets is feasible. David Schweickart, who calls his most left wing of all market socialist models “Economic Democracy,” flatly asserts: market socialism “is the only form of socialism that is, at the present stage of human development, … viable …” (1998: 10). From a logical point of view, one should as well consider the question of if market socialism is possible. In fact, a few advocates of socialism without markets have made that point, for example Bertell Ollman (1988) and David McNally (1993). By-in-large, however, this issue has not been included on the debate menu, while the question of the feasibility of socialism without markets has: advocates of socialism without markets have felt it necessary to defend their vision as feasible, while advocates of market socialism have not felt the same necessity. The second issue is, if both models are in fact possible, which would be more desirable.

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“Theoretical Possibilities of Socialist Market Economy and the Chinese Road”: Makoto Itoh

21/08/2012 Deja un comentario

Ponencia en la Memoria del Séptimo Congreso Mundial de la Worl Asociation of Political Economy efectuado en la Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana  Xochimilco México  los días 26 y27 de mayo de 2012.
pp. 235-250

Capitalist market economy has intensified global activity of multinational interprises upon the ground of micro-electronic information technologies in the process of prolonged downswing and restructuring since 1973. In accord with this trend, neo-liberalism has become dominant since the 1980s, and emphasized rational efficiency of competitive market economy, by reducing the economic roles of the states, privatizing public enterprises, and weakening the trade unions. The systemic changes after the East European Revolutions in 1989 and the dissolution of the USSR in 1991 proceeded under a strong influence of such neo-liberalism, and took the American model of capitalist market economy for the de fact global standard. The neo-classical mainstream economics has served as an ideological basis for such a trend in the world.

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“Cuba: ¿socialismo de mercado o planificación socialista?”: Marcelo Dias Carcanholo y Paulo Nakatani

05/10/2011 Deja un comentario

Introducción

La sociedad cubana mantenía una estructura económica, política, y social que buscaba avanzar y desarrollar la producción y la apropiación con un carácter cada vez más socialtratando de apuntar a un grado de desarrollo de la sociedad en el cual cada uno contribuiría de acuerdo con su capacidad y recibiría de acuerdo con sus necesidades. La grave crisis del período 1989-1993 exigió profundas transformaciones económicas, pese a lo cual Cuba intenta mantener el principio distributivo socialista “de cada uno según su capacidad, para cada uno según su trabajo” de la fase de transición al comunismo. La propuesta de “resistir y superar la crisis al menor costo social posible” llevó la crisis a un escenario de intercambios protegidos por el racionamiento, en el cual las ventas son realizadas a través de las libretas.

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