Markets, Private Property, Socialism and Capitalism, Resnick, Stephen A.; Wolff, Richard D., Chronis Polychroniou, and Harry R. Targ, eds. Marxism Today: Essays on Capitalism, Socialism and Strategies for Social Change. Westport, CT: Praeger, 1996, pages 119-42
Economic analysis of institutions and systems, Pejovich, Svetozar, International Studies in Economics and Econometrics, vol. 33. Dordrecht and Boston: Kluwer Academic, 1995, pages x, 231. Abstract
Real freedom for all: What (if anything) can justify capitalism?, Van Parijs, Philippe, Oxford Political Theory series. Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press, Clarendon Press, 1995, pages xii, 330. Abstract
Review of: The Korean economies: A comparison of North and South, Chung, Joseph S. (Reviewer), Journal of Economic Literature; 33(3), September 1995, pages 1388-1390. Abstract
Economic Institutions and the Satisfaction of Human Needs, Gough, Ian, Journal of Economic Issues; 28(1), March 1994, pages 25-66. Abstract
Capitalism, Socialism and Income Distribution: Review Article, Saunders, Peter, Review of Income and Wealth; 40(3), September 1994, pages 351-57.
Capitalism, socialism and knowledge: The economics of F. A Hayek. Volume 2, Colonna, M.; Hagemann, Harald; Hamouda, O. F., eds., Aldershot, U.K.: Elgar; distributed in the U.S. by Ashgate, Brookfield, Vt., 1994, pages xix, 223. Abstract
Capitalism and Socialism: How Many Variants of Development?, Altukhov, V., Problems of Economic Transition; 37(3), July 1994, pages 21-23.
"Chinese Capitalism" or "Socialism with Specific Chinese Features"?, Deliusin, Lev, Problems of Economic Transition; 37(3), July 1994, pages 24-44.
Socialism, Capitalism and Health: A Comment, Garner, Roberta; Garner, Larry, Science and Society; 58(1), Spring 1994, pages 79-84.
Concentration of Trade and Its Urban Impact under Capitalism and Socialism: Former West Germany (Hassfurt) and East Germany (Hildburghausen) Compared, Dannhaeuser, Norbert, Urban Studies; 31(1), February 1994, pages 79-97. Abstract
Capitalisms, Socialisms, Communisms: A Marxian View, Resnick, Stephen A.; Wolff, Richard D., Ben Agger, ed. Current Perspectives in Social Theory: Vol. 14. Greenwich, CT: JAI, 1994, pages 135-50
Neither Socialism nor Capitalism: The Emergence of a New Economic System in the Former Soviet Union, Trumbull, William N., International Regional Science Review; 15(3), 1993, pages 307-15. Abstract
Capitalism, socialism, and democracy revisited, Diamond, Larry; Plattner, Marc F., eds., A Journal of Democracy Book. Baltimore and London: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1993, pages xii, 137. Abstract
New East Asian economic development: Interacting capitalism and socialism, Lee, Keun, An East Gate Book. Armonk, N.Y. and London: Sharpe, 1993, pages xii, 211. Abstract
Capitalism versus pragmatic market socialism: A general equilibrium evaluation, Yunker, James A., Boston and Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic, 1993, pages 152. Abstract
Between Capitalized Socialism and Social Capitalism, Rubtsov, Aleksandr, Problems of Economic Transition; 35(10), February 1993, pages 75-88.
Has Socialism Failed? An Analysis of Health Indicators under Capitalism and Socialism, Navarro, Vicente, Science and Society; 57(1), Spring 1993, pages 6-30.
Capitalism, Socialism, and Democracy and Large-Scale Firms., Sylos Labini, Paolo, Scherer, Frederic M.; Perlman, Mark, eds. Entrepreneurship, technological innovation, and economic growth: Studies in the Schumpeterian tradition. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1992, pages 55-64.
Market Socialism or the Restoration of Capitalism? Introduction, Aslund, Anders, Aslund, Anders, ed. Market socialism or the restoration of capitalism?. Selected Papers from the Fourth World Congress for Soviet and East European Studies, Harrogate, July 1990, Cambridge; New York and Melbourne: Cambridge University Press, 1992, pages 1-4.
Capitalism or Socialism? A Minor Semantic Problem in the Soviet Reforms, Hanson, Philip, Hanson, Philip. From stagnation to catastroika: Commentaries on the Soviet economy, 1983 1991. Washington Papers, no. 155, Westport, Conn. and London: Greenwood, Praeger with the Center for Strategic and International Studies in cooperation with Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty, 1992, pages 212-24. Previously published: .
Is There a Third Way? Capitalism, Socialism and the Reform of the Soviet Economy, Hanson, Philip, Dallago, Bruno; Brezinski, Horst; Andreff, Wladimir, eds. Convergence and system change: The convergence hypothesis in the light of transition in Eastern Europe. Aldershot, U.K.: Dartmouth; distributed in the U.S. by Ashgate, Brookfield, Vt., 1992, pages 149-69.
Productive Efficiency under Capitalism and State Socialism: The Chance-Constrained Programming Approach, Land, Kenneth C.; Lovell, C. A. Knox; Thore, Sten, Public Finance; 47(0), Suppl. 1992, pages 109-21.
Arthur Lewis Distinguished Lecture: What's Left of What's Left? Or: What Does It Mean to Be a Socialist Today?, Streeten, Paul, Review of Black Political Economy; 21(1), Summer 1992, pages 5-18. Abstract
Now the Synthesis: Capitalism, Socialism and the New Social Contract: Introduction, Noyes, Richard, Noyes, Richard, ed. Now the synthesis: Capitalism, socialism and the new social contract. London: Shepheard Walwyn; New York: Holmes and Meier, 1991, pages 1-10.
Capitalism, Socialism and Effective Demand, Nell, Edward J., Nell, Edward J.; Semmler, Willi, eds. Nicholas Kaldor and mainstream economics: Confrontation or convergence?. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1991, pages 577-611.
The Pursuit of Happiness under Socialism and Capitalism, Murray, Charles, Cato Journal; 11(2), Fall 1991, pages 239-58.
The Equity-Efficiency Tradeoff under Capitalism and Market Socialism, Yunker, James A., Eastern Economic Journal; 17(1), Jan. March 1991, pages 31-44. Abstract
Now the synthesis: Capitalism, socialism and the new social contract, Noyes, Richard, ed., London: Shepheard Walwyn; New York: Holmes and Meier, 1991, pages vi, 241. Abstract
Capitalism, Socialism, and Democracy: Compatibilities and Contradictions, Dunn, John, Dunn, John, ed. The economic limits to modern politics. Murphy Institute Studies in Political Economy, Cambridge; New York and Melbourne: Cambridge University Press, 1990, pages 195-219.
Capitalism versus Socialism, Von Mises, Ludwig, Von Mises, Ludwig. Money, method, and the market process: Essays by Ludwig von Mises. Selected by Margit von Mises. Edited with an introduction by Richard Ebeling, Vienna: Praxeology Press; Norwell, Mass.: Kluwer Academic, 1990, pages 177-89. Previously published: .
The Theory of the Firm under Capitalism and Socialism, Ickes, Barry W., Quandt, Richard E.; Triska, Dusan, eds. Optimal decisions in markets and planned economies. Boulder, Colo. and London: Westview Press, 1990, pages 10-23.
Capitalism, Socialism, and Productivity: An Econometric Analysis of CES and Translog Functions, Burkett, John P.; Skegro, Borislav, European Economic Review; 33(6), July 1989, pages 1115-33. Abstract
Liberalization and entrepreneurship: Dynamics of reform in socialism and capitalism, Milanovic, Branko, Armonk, N.Y. and London: Sharpe, 1989, pages xv, 183. Abstract
Capitalism, socialism, and serfdom: Essays, Domar, Evsey D., Cambridge; New York and Melbourne: Cambridge University Press, 1989, pages xxi, 294. Abstract
Capitalism and Socialism: Weber's Dialogue with Marx, Mommsen, Wolfgang J., Mommsen, Wolfgang J. The political and social theory of Max Weber: Collected essays. Chicago: University of Chicago Press; Cambridge, U.K.: Polity Press, 1989, pages 53-73.
A theory of socialism and capitalism: Economics, politics, and ethics, Hoppe, Hans Hermann, Ludwig von Mises Institute's Studies in Austrian Economics series. Norwell, Mass.; Dordrecht and Lancaster: Kluwer Academic, 1989, pages 275. Abstract
The Theory of the Cheating of the Masses in Modern Times: The Institutional Roots of Social Immorality under Capitalism and Socialism, Rugina, Anghel N., International Journal of Social Economics; 15(8), 1988, pages 3-44.
Technological Change under Capitalism and Socialism, Rosenberg, Nathan, Anderson, Annelise, ed; Bark, Dennis L., ed. Thinking about America: The United States in the 1990s. Stanford, Calif.: Hoover Institution Press; distributed by National Book Network, Lanham, Md., 1988, pages 191-202.
Political Economy in an Information Age: The Convergence of a "New Capitalism" and a "New Socialism.", Halal, William E., Preston, Lee E., ed. International and comparative studies. Research in Corporate Social Performance and Policy series vol. 10, Greenwich, Conn. and London: JAI Press, 1988, pages 1-27.
Capitalism, Socialism and Steady Growth, Nuti, Domenico Mario, Steedman, Ian, ed. Sraffian economics. Volume 2. Schools of Thought in Economics series, no. 4, Aldershot, U.K.: Elgar; Brookfield, Vt.: Gower, 1988, pages 252-77. Previously published: .
Grain Yield Variability under Socialism Versus Capitalism: Evidence from Recent Soviet Performance, Desai, Padma, Columbia Department of Economics Working Paper: 378, February 1988, pages 26. Abstract
Marx and the Critique of Capitalism, Gurley, John G., Albelda, Randy, ed.; Gunn, Christopher, ed.; Waller, William, ed. Alternatives to economic orthodoxy: A reader in political economy. Armonk, N.Y. and London: Sharpe, 1987, pages 273-96. Previously published: .
Capitalism, Socialism, Barbarism: Marxist Conceptions of the Soviet Union, Kelly, Kevin D., Review of Radical Political Economics; 17(4), Winter 1985, pages 51-71.
A Critique of Capitalism, Socialism, and Democracy, Samuels, Warren J., Coe, Richard D., ed.; Wilber, Charles K., ed. Capitalism and Democracy: Schumpeter Revisited. Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press, 1985, pages 60-119.
The Distribution of Lifetime Capital Property Income under Capitalism and Market Socialism, Yunker, James A., ACES Bulletin; 26(2-3), Summer-Fall 1984, pages 77-97.
Three Economic Models: Capitalism, the Welfare State, and Socialism, Pachter, Henry, Pachter, Henry. Socialism in History: Political Essays of Henry Pachter. Edited and with an Introduction by, Stephen Eric Bronner. New York: Columbia University Press, 1984, pages 16-35.