Efficiency and Justice in the Industrial World: V. 2: The Uneasy Success of Postwar Europe

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European market integration was originally seen as the way to overcome national enmities in the wake of World War II. Over time, it acquired the purpose of social melioration as well. Today, the advanced market societies are richer than they have ever been, yet each is driven by social and economic divisions as some groups thrive while others lose ground. The tension between the social demand for equity and security, and the market's drive to burst the bonds of state regulation both internally and at the border post, has ...

Efficiency and Justice in the Industrial World: V. 2: The Uneasy Success of Postwar Europe 1996, Routledge

ISBN-13: 9781563247729

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