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Lluís Bru and Rafel Crespí

12. Board governance of family firms and business groups with a unique regional dataset Lluís Bru and Rafel Crespí 1. INTRODUCTION This study is a detailed description with methodological contribution to the measurement of a set of family business groups in the Balearics region in Spain that belong to either the Balearic Family Business Association (ABEF) or the nationwide association, the Spanish Family Business Institute (IEF). Before we discuss the object of our study, we will examine the main aspects that characterize the family business as an economic

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Herbert Bru_cker

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Jan Toporowski

economics (including here the latter-day variants of this economics in New Keynesian economics and the New Neoclassical Synthesis), where the price system has a very specific macroeconomic function, as well as to classical and Neo-Ricardian theory (see Goodwin 1989 ), and recent post-Keynesian theory ( Bhaduri/Marglin 1990 ; Hein 2017 ). The question of the significance of prices in Kalecki's political economy also touches on the relationship of Kazimierz Łaski to an earlier influence, from his distinguished contemporary Włodzimierz Brus (1921–2007). The paper that

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Edited by Jean-Philippe Touffut

The complete works of Antoine Augustin Cournot Published under the direction of André Robinet, in collaboration with J. Vrin and the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS, France), with introductions and notes by the editors. Exposition de la théorie des chances et des probabilités (1843), Bernard Bru (ed.) (1984), Œuvres complètes, Paris: Vrin. II Essai sur les fondements de nos connaissances et sur les caractères de la critique philosophique (1851), Jean-Claude Pariente (ed.) (1975), Œuvres complètes, Paris: Vrin. III Traité de l’enchaînement des

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Hubert Gabrisch

researchers who had also left Poland and Czechoslovakia. His position allowed him to maintain contact with his former colleagues, such as Tadeusz Kowalik and Jerzy Osiatyński, who stayed in the country, and with younger economists from various academic institutions. Therefore, Łaski remained involved in the debate about the ability of the Soviet-style command economy to reform. His collaboration with Włodzimierz Brus, who had migrated to London, played an important role in dealing with reform issues. With Brus, Łaski intensely discussed and reviewed the idea of market

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Jan Brůha and Jiří Podpiera

9. Real exchange rate dynamics in transition economies: the role of investment in quality Jan Bru 1 and Jirí Podpiera2 ˚ha ˇ INTRODUCTION 9.1 The real exchange rate is an important policy variable, for instance determining – to some extent – monetary policy conditions in open economies and conditioning the optimal timing for monetary integration. In addition, to the extent the real exchange rate trend is an equilibrium convergence phenomenon it does not adversely impact converging country competitiveness. Therefore, an explanation of the trend real exchange

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Erwin Corong and Angel Aguiar

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Grzegorz Konat

did. When a man knows the subject matter, it's easier to learn. Did you have a mentor? Someone who guided you? Who exerted an impact on your views and career path? The answer to this question is very easy. Michał Kalecki was and remains my mentor. Another man who influenced my views was Włodzimierz Brus. In 1947–1948, affiliated with the Central Committee, he organized a seminar on Marx. A few people participated in it. I do not remember who exactly, I only remember that Wiktor Herer was among them. Brus was the manager. He was my contemporary, but since he had been

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Paul Dragos Aligica and Anthony J. Evans

thought of the Soviet period (Gamamikow, 1968; Gabrisch, 1988; Brus and Kazimierz, 1990). As Cekanavicius (2002) explains, first was a dogmatic approach in which the writings of Marx, Engels and Lenin were considered ‘the ultimate wisdom in economics’, all theories and methodological approaches having to be tested and confirmed with their yardstick; Second was an approach in which honest but naive authors had to fight against the straitjacket of Marxism both to overcome the limits of the Marxist vocabulary unable to capture the complexity of the economic life and to ‘avoid

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Edited by Heinz D. Kurz and Neri Salvadori

collection of texts is faulty and the table on pages 606-7 is wrong. On the other hand, the collection of texts by Bru and CrCpel (Condorcet, 1994b) is an essential contribution and is a model edition. Baker Keith Michael (1973, Concorcet. From Natural Philosophy to Social Mathematics, Chicago: University of Chicago Press. Condorcet Marie-Jean-Antoine-NicolasCaritat de (17 8 9 , Essai sur l’application de I‘analyse h la probabilitt des dtcisions rendues a la pluralitt des voix; reprinted: Chelsea, 1972. Condorcet Marie-Jean-Antoine-Nicolas Caritat de (1847-9), muvres, 12