Decentrally Planned Economy

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Description

Via the Wikipedia:

"A decentrally planned economy is an economy where members of a society, acting with equal economic power, democratically plan economic activity.

The 1970 Chilean computer controlled planned economy cybersyn was pioneered by Salvador Allende's socialist government, in an attempt to move towards decentralised planning with the experimental cyberfolk component.

During the Spanish Revolution some Anarchist areas were run under decentralised planning following the principles laid out by Diego Abad de Santillan in the book After the Revolution.

De-centralised planning has been a feature in socialist and anarchist economics. Variations of decentralized planning include participatory economics, economic democracy and industrial democracy, and have been promoted by various political groups, most notably libertarian socialists, Trotskyists, Anarchists and democratic socialists." (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Decentrally_planned_economy)


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