Relational market economics by Michael Schluter

By JubileeCentre 28 Sep 1992

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There is a growing ideological vacuum in Eastern Europe. The social market economy practised by Western societies seems inextricably linked with social breakdown measured in terms of divorce, child neglect and loneliness of the elderly. At the same time, the collectivist models of Marxism and Socialism have been shown as unworkable in terms of their economic productivity. There is therefore an opportunity for Christians to present an alternative framework to fill this vacuum...

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