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Economic ideologies are here defined as moral positions - how economies should be structured, as compared to economic theories - systems of propositions concerning how economies work. Of course, the two are related. Certain theories support or preclude certain ideologies. For example, someone who believes in the Keynesian theory of economics is quite unlikely to subscribe to libertarian ideology.
This category has the following 7 subcategories, out of 7 total.
Pages in category "Economic ideologies"
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- Raniero Panzieri
- The Paradox of Choice
- Participatory economics
- Pink tide
- Planned economy
- Pluralist commonwealth
- Positive non-interventionism
- Pre-Marxist communism
- Production for use
- Progressive Utilization Theory