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Commodity Fetishism – A Basis For Economy’s Cognition


  • Sergey Martynovsky


The essence of commodity fetishism and process of its alternation during economic development of from its blossoming in Õ²Õ century till gradual dying while socialization of production is analyzed in this paper. Necessity of conformity of economic policy to the level of development of market and trade relations is underlined. It is proved that taking into account multi-leveling type (or mosaic type) of Ukraine economy, it is necessary to provide the minimal intervention of the state policy in it. Also state assistance to develop market infrastructure and carrying out of the tax policy promoting mitigation of class antagonisms is needed.

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  • Sergey Martynovsky, 2012. "Commodity Fetishism – A Basis For Economy’s Cognition," Ukrainian Journal Ekonomist, Yuriy Kovalenko, issue 9, pages 22-26, September.
  • Handle: RePEc:uje:journl:y:2012:i:9:p:22-26

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