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The theory of moral incentives in Cuba, by Robert M. Bernardo. Introd. by Irving Louis Horowitz.


University, University of Alabama Press, [1971] .
ISBN 0817347208, 9780817347208

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Subjects Communism -- Cuba.
Communism.
Communisme -- Cuba.
Cuba -- Politique.
Cuba.
Kuba.
Moral.
Description xix, 159 pages 22 cm
Copyright Date [1971]
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Choice Among Several Systems in the Formative Years of Cuban Socialism -- Moral Incentives as a Non-Libermanist Mode of Managerial Behavior -- Moral Stimulation as a Non-Wage System of Labor Allocation -- Efficiency and Growth Under Moral Incentives -- Moral Incentives, the Market, and Ethical Choice.
Geographic Area Cuba
Network Numbers (OCoLC)189957
(OCoLC)ocm00189957
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WorldCat Identities Bernardo, R. M.
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