Social Economics: Premises, Findings and Policies

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INDEX

a
accountability 4 , 125 -7, 138 , 141 -2, 145 -7, 148 -62, 188
ACORN 71 n
action-forcing rules 143
Adams, Henry 112
aesthetics of discourse 41 -3
affluence, affluent 2 , 29 , 53 , 62 -4, 68 , 71
agency costs 127
Albania 179
Alcatel 192 -4, 196 -7, 199 , 200 -1, 203
alienation 39 , 61 , 63
Amax Corporation 160
Ambrose, Saint 64
American institutionalism 18
American Standards Association 157
apparatchiki163
Aquinas, Saint Thomas 48 -9, 64
Aristotle 36 , 48 -9, 55 , 59 - 60 , 62 , 64
armament race 82
Arrow, Kenneth 90 , 98 -9, 102
Association for Social Economics (ASE) 47 , 75 , 169
association[alism] [voluntary] 156 , 170 -1, 174 ;
role in transition economies 186 , 189 ;
see also vocational group
AT&T 196
Aufhebung (=sublation), aufgehobt (=sublated) 173 , 176 n
Augustine, Saint 48
Ayres, Clarence 1 , 14 - 16 , 18 , 20 , 29 - 30
AZSCAM 137

b
bailout 143
bargaining power 79 , 82
Barth, James 130
Bear, Larry 135 ;
see also Maldonado-Bear
Beatitudes 66
Berlin [wall] 178 , 191
Bhagwati, Jagdish 119
bias [author] 110 , 184 , 192
Big Six accounting firms 135
Bill of Rights 116
Blasi, Joseph 151
Bloom, Allan 94 -5, 103 -4
Booth, Charles 112
Boston (Massachusetts) 154 , 158 , 191
brain drain 82 -3
breach:
of ethical code 159 ;
of faith 139 , 141 ;
of trust and public stewardship 129
Briefs, Goetz 76
British Telecom 162 -3
Brown-Collier, Elba 3
Brumbaugh, R. 130
Bruyn, Severyn 3 - 4
Burke, Edmund 63
Bush, Paul 30
buyout 5 , 150 , 196 ;
see also purchase agreement

c
CALPERS 68
Calvin, John 49
capital 20 , 23 -5, 27 -9, 33 , 40 , 50 , 68 - 70 , 78 , 81 , 82 , 86 , 101 , 110 , 119 , 121 , 133 -6, 139 , 143 , 148 , 150 , 152 , 160 , 163 , 171 , 188 -9, 196 -7, 203 ;
accumulation 60 , 71 , 86 , 188 ;
allocation 70 ;
formation 2 , 61 , 69 ;
market [theory] 68 - 71 , 189
Capitalism 4 - 5 , 19 , 33 -4, 38 - 40 , 50 , 59 - 62 , 68 , 81 -2, 118 , 145 -6, 163 , 170 , 172 , 185 -6;
laissez-faire 170 , 172
capitalist society 21 , 34 , 39 , 62 , 64 , 67, 81

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