Rethinking the Market Economy: New Challenges, New Ideas, New Opportunities

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Springer, Mar 14, 2014 - Social Science - 299 pages
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This book explores the changing socio-economic and technological landscape of the 21 century and what it means. It adopts an industrial economic approach, whilst proposing a road map leading to the adoption of a 'societal market economy' model as an appealing and politically acceptable third-way between capitalism and socialism.

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List of FiguresTablesand Examples Preface
The Market Economy System in Question
A Stabilized and Regulated Financial Market 3 A Sustainable Economy 4 A GreenEconomy 5 An Innovative Economy
A GlobalandLocalEconomy 7 A KnowledgeBased Economy
A Digital and Networking Economy 9 A Distributed and Collaborative Economy 10 A Social Economy 11 A Humanistic Market Economy 12 Happi...

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Jean-Jacques is also Professor Emeritus at the Universite Catholique de Louvain, Belgium, and is joint editor in chief of the European Business Forum (EBF). A specialist in strategic marketing, Lambin works as an analyst and consultant on problems of redeployment and restructuring of enterprises facing challenges due to the internationalisation of markets and market-driven management.