1 edition of Social problems of participation in the changing Czechoslovak economy. found in the catalog.
Social problems of participation in the changing Czechoslovak economy.
by Institute of Sociology, Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences in Prague
Written in English
|Contributions||Sociologický ústav ČSAV.|
|LC Classifications||HD5660.C95 S63 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| p. ;|
|Number of Pages||42|
|LC Control Number||95103231|
Marxist theorists assume that social development is initiated through economic processes, in particular, any change in the system of production. The economic conditions of capitalism involuntarily generate social economic conflict between the owners of production and the workers; this is known as the class struggle for power. Continuity and Change in Social Problems; Doing Research on Social Problems; End-of-Chapter Material many textbooks and other books still portray people in gender-stereotyped ways. It is true that the newer books do less of this than older ones, but the newer books still contain some stereotypes, and the older books are still.
Other articles where Velvet Revolution is discussed: Czech Republic: Economy: With the so-called Velvet Revolution of , Czechoslovakia freed itself of communist control and set out to adapt its command economy to the free market. The government introduced a program based on policies of price liberalization, the opening of markets to foreign trade and investment, internal convertibility of. Embracing social change as a platform is more than a theory of change, it is a theory of being — one that places a virtual network or individuals seeking social change at the center of.
Czechoslovakia, or Czecho-Slovakia (/ ˌ tʃ ɛ k oʊ s l oʊ ˈ v æ k i ə,-k ə-,-s l ə-,-ˈ v ɑː-/; Czech and Slovak: Československo, Česko-Slovensko), was a sovereign state in Central Europe that existed from October , when it declared its independence from the Austro-Hungarian Empire, until its peaceful dissolution into the Czech Republic and Slovakia on 1 January Moreover, Czechoslovak companies had to face international competition after the quick and deep liberalization of trade at the beginning of the process of transitioning to a market economy (however, that was preceded by a % devaluation of the Czechoslovak crown).
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Originally published inthis book assesses social and economic change against the background of the international economy and the dramatic political events of the twentieth century - the break up of the Habsburg Monarchy, the Peace Treaty of Versailles, the Munich Agreement of and the dismemberment of Czechoslovakia, the occupation by Nazi Germany, the attempt to reconstruct a democratic Republic, the period of Stalinism and the 'Prague Spring Cited by: 2.
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Click Download or Read Online button to The Czechoslovak Economy book pdf for free now. The political upheaval of Octothrough which Czechoslovakia was established as an independent State, may not mark the inauguration of a new era in the economic and social life of the country, yet an important beginning has been made toward a readjustment of the war conditions in conformity with the new political state of affairs After the establishment of the Czechoslovak Republic.
This chapter summarizes the basic findings from analytical and forecasting work on feasible methods of restructuring of the Czechoslovak economy in the period until The chapter concentrates on changes in the basic proportions of the reproduction process under conditions of intensive economic growth and basic trends in structural : Karl Zeman.
As one of the countries in east-central Europe liberated in from Communist rule, Czechoslovakia is currently undergoing profound social, political, and economic changes. This article presents both the positive outcomes of the “velvet revolution” and a variety of problems that the country has to cope with.
Of particular concern are three problem areas: the legacy of Communist rule, the. Social Problems is the official publication of the Society for the Study of Social Problems (SSSP). SSSP is an interdisciplinary community of scholars, practitioners, advocates, and students interested in the application of critical, scientific, and humanistic perspectives to the study of vital social problems.
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The explanation is concluded by the problem of unity of technological and social progress. The second part gives an insight into the solving of that problem in a socialist society with unified economy, planning of its development and broad participation of the working class and the whole population.
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Functioning of the economy. The Czechoslovak economy, like most economies in socialist countries, differed markedly from market or mixed main difference is that while in market economies, decisions by individual consumers and producers tend automatically to regulate supply and demand, consumption and investment, and other economic variables, in most communist economies.
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While certain factors, such as commodity prices and the rate of global economic recovery are simply. Read Articles about Social Issues- HBS Working Knowledge: The latest business management research and ideas from HBS faculty. 6 The task of economic reform is therefore greater than in several neighbouring countries, as the magnitude of the change to transform the Czechoslovak economy into a free-market one is so large, both as regards privatisation of property and creation of market relations, whose existence at the end of is so limited.
Furthermore, there was in Czechoslovakia lack of recent experience with. In the last few years, the Czechoslovak economy has experienced some positive trends leading to economic reform, in the form of increases in the economic and legal independence of enterprises.
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