Tőkésvállalat vis-à-vis szakszervezet, versus termelőszövetkezet. Peripatetikus tanmese az intézményi racionalitás/diverzitás és a piaci önszabályozás ellentmondásos viszonyáról
[Capitalist firm versus trade union versus agricultural cooperative. A peripatetic cautionary tale of the contradictory relations between institutional rationality/diversity and market self-management]
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