Socialist model for wage structure

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    Arsenal Truth - Arsenal Truth - Wenger’s selfish ...

    First, to even assert that paying any one individual £60,000 a week equates to a ‘socialist wage’ is fundamentally preposterous. Furthermore, it seems Mr Wenger is more than happy to exclude himself from his own socialist model, as his wage is twice that of the average player at the club. An average that, according to The Telegraph is £61,000 p/wk to Manchester Utd’s £64,000 p/wk.

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    We have a socialist pay model which makes us vulnerable ...

    Arsene Wenger says the 'socialist' pay structure at Arsenal is fairer for players, but leaves the club vulnerable against richer rivals

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    The Hypocrisy Of Wenger's 'socialist' Arsenal Wage ...

    Arguably even more significantly, Wenger seems to have excluded himself from the socialist model he extols too, picking up a salary in excess of £7m-a-year, including bonuses, making him the highest-paid manager in the Premier League - including 12-time title winner Sir Alex Ferguson.

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    The beauty and horror of Arsenal’s ‘socialist’ pay-structure

    The beauty and horror of Arsenal’s ‘socialist’ pay-structure Posted on January 9, 2013 by TotalArsenal When Arsene called our club’s wage structure ‘a more socialist model’ fans …

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    What Economic Structure for Socialism? - UMass Amherst

    What Economic Structure for Socialism?, by David M. Kotz 2 observers. Toward the end of Soviet period in the USSR, many intellectuals were drawn to the idea

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    The hypocrisy of Wenger's 'socialist' Arsenal wage structure

    “We have no players on £200,000-a-week,” added the 63-year-old. “We have a more socialist model.” But Wenger's notion of a "socialist model" seems at odds with the club's facts and figures.

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    The Myth of Scandinavian Socialism - Foundation for ...

    Examples of Socialist Countries There are no countries that are 100% socialist, according to the Socialist Party of the United Kingdom . Most have mixed economies that incorporate socialism with capitalism, communism , or both.

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    Socialism: Definition, Pros, Cons, Examples, Types

    Economist Jeffrey Sachs is a proponent of the Nordic model, having pointed out that the Nordic model is "the proof that modern capitalism can be combined with decency, fairness, trust, honesty, and environmental sustainability".

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    Capitalism vs Socialism - Difference and Comparison | Diffen

    This is a socialist model with few problems. The corporate structure of having workers share control is beneficial because it promotes strategic buy-in to the mission and goals of the company. It also allows competitive advantage because profit can be wrapped back into …

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    Nordic model - Wikipedia

    Libertarian socialism (sometimes called social anarchism, left-libertarianism and socialist libertarianism) is a group of anti-authoritarian political philosophies inside the socialist movement that rejects socialism as centralised state ownership and control of the economy including criticism of wage labour relationships within the workplace, as well as the state itself.

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    Is Germany a socialist country? | Debate.org

    Socialist economy is a structure of the economy, which aims at providing greater equality over the means of production. It aims at equality, which can be better replaced by Market Socialism, which will entail in greater efficiency and growth.

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    Socialism - Wikipedia

    CAPITALIST AND WORKER-OWNED FIRMS 25 A price-taking firm faces a given wage that is independent of p, r, and F. As we shall note below, this property is not shared with

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    Socialist Market Economy | Economy Watch

    wage experience profile of the socialist economy had not disappeared. We apply data from the 2002-2006 surveys of the German Socioeconomic Panel (SOEP Group, 2001) on East and West German wage structures.

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    WAGES, EMPLOYMENT, AND CAPITAL IN CAPITALIST AND …

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    The East German Wage Structure after Transition - SSRN

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