Here are entered works on the perspectives, activities, and principles that guide how a society regulates the relationships among individuals, groups, communities, and institutions and the distribution of resources. Works on systematic procedures for achieving social goals and managing available resources to attain social change are entered under Social planning.
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- State planning
- National planning
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- Stakeholder Welfare (c1996), by Frank Field, ed. by Alan Deacon, contrib. by Peter Alcock, David G. Green, and Melanie Phillips (PDF at Civitas)
- Parecon: Life After Capitalism (2003), by Michael Albert (HTML with commentary at zcommunications.org)
- The Economics of Welfare (fourth edition; London: Macmillan and Co., 1932), by A. C. Pigou (HTML at econlib.org)
- The Careless State: Wealth and Welfare in Britain Today (London and New York: Bloomsbury Academic, c2010), by Paul Graham Taylor (HTML at bloomsburyacademic.com; registration optional)
- A Quiet Revolution in Welfare Economics, by Robin Hahnel and Michael Albert (HTML at zcommunications.org)
- Work and Wealth: A Human Valuation, by J. A. Hobson (HTML at McMaster)
- Looking Forward: Participatory Economics for the Twenty First Century, by Michael Albert and Robin Hahnel (HTML at zcommunications.org)
- The Political Economy of Participatory Economics, by Michael Albert and Robin Hahnel (HTML at zcommunications.org)
- The Conquest of Poverty, by Henry Hazlitt (PDF at mises.org)
- Cost and Choice: An Inquiry in Economic Theory, by James M. Buchanan (frame-dependent HTML at econlib.org)
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