„Market economy implies a self-regulating system of markets; in slightly more technical terms, it is an economy directed by market prices and nothing but market prices.“

—  Karl Polanyi, buch The Great Transformation

The Great Transformation (1944), Ch. 4 : Societies and Economic Systems

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Karl Polanyi
Wirtschaftswissenschaftler und Wirtschaftstheoretiker 1886 - 1964

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„…it is the natural tendency of market economies to lower prices that makes them so successful.“

—  Peter D. Schiff American entrepreneur, economist and author 1963

Quotes from Crash Proof (2006)

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„The stock market is not the economy, and the economy is not the stock market.“

—  Kai Ryssdal Radio host, United States Navy officer 1963

repeatedly on his radio program " Marketplace APM https://www.marketplace.org/2019/09/30/the-stock-market-is-not-the-economy/" (September 2019)

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„Good managements produce a good average market price, and bad managements produce bad market prices.“

—  Benjamin Graham American investor 1894 - 1976

Quelle: The Intelligent Investor: The Classic Text on Value Investing (1949), Chapter II, The Investor and Stock-Market Fluctuations, p. 44

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„There is no such thing as a gas market prices, because there is no such thing as gas market. What they are doing to Ukraine is obvious price discrimination.“

—  Andrey Illarionov Russian politician 1961

In response to the question: The Kremlin says it just charges market prices.
"Q&A: Putin's Critical Adviser," 2005

James Tobin Foto

„The greater the penalties laid on sellers in the black market… the higher the black market price.“

—  Kenneth E. Boulding British-American economist 1910 - 1993

Kenneth Boulding (1947) " A Note on the Theory of the Underground economy http://www.jstor.org/stable/137604". In: The Canadian Journal of Economics and Political Science. Vol. 13 no.1, p. 117; quoted in: Michael York (2007) The Entrepreneurial Outlaw http://www2.gcc.edu/dept/econ/ASSC/Papers2007/Entrepreneurial_Outlaw_York.pdf
1940s

„Plainly, the most powerful exception to the notion of a voluntary excahnge in a market economy is the labor market.“

—  Mimi Abramovitz non-fiction writer 1941

The existence of a market for labor is one of the distinguishing features of a market economy: workers compete to sell their labor at the most favorable price—meaning, in practice, the highest possible wage. At the same time, however, it is clear that the market for labor is qualitatively different from the market for goods, because workers need to sell their labor to survive.
Joel Blau and Mimi Abramovitz, The Dynamics of Social Welfare Policy (Oxford University Press: 2010) p. 68

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„The parallel existence and mutual interaction of "state" and "market" in the modern world create "political economy"; without both state and market there could be no political economy.“

—  Robert Gilpin Political scientist 1930 - 2018

Quelle: The Political Economy of International Relations (1987), Chapter One, Nature of Political Economy, p. 8

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„I believe democracy is the foundation of a healthy economy. Without genuine democracy you cannot have a genuine market economy. And, under the market economy, one must fully open doors to allow free trade and investment.“

—  Kim Dae-jung South Korean politician 1924 - 2009

"Interview: President Kim Dae Jung" in TIME Asia http://www.cnn.com/ASIANOW/time/magazine/99/0913/interview.html (13 September 1999)

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„If financial markets aren't efficient, then what are they? According to the 'fractal market hypothesis', they are highly unstable dynamic systems that generate stock prices which appear random, but behind which lie deterministic patterns.“

—  Steve Keen Australian economist 1953

Quelle: Debunking Economics - The Naked Emperor Of The Social Sciences (2001), Chapter 11, Finance And Economic Breakdown, p. 243

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„Britain, as a relatively large economy which exports more to non-EU than to EU markets, would be better off trading freely with the single market than belonging to it.“

—  Daniel Hannan British politician 1971

http://www.conservativehome.com/thecolumnists/2016/09/daniel-hannan-repeat-after-me-single-market-membership-and-single-market-access-are-not-the-same-thing.html
2010s

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„I'm a free-marketeer. I believe in free markets, but… sometimes you have things that look like free markets but aren't because of artificial reasons. I'm not very happy with the current state of what calls itself free market economy in the world because you've got all these grotesque monopolies that are able to game the system in a way that's to their advantage by virtue of their power, and that's not a free market.“

—  John Perry Barlow American poet and essayist 1947 - 2018

Planet JH Weekly interview (2005)
Kontext: I'm a free-marketeer. I believe in free markets, but... sometimes you have things that look like free markets but aren't because of artificial reasons. I'm not very happy with the current state of what calls itself free market economy in the world because you've got all these grotesque monopolies that are able to game the system in a way that's to their advantage by virtue of their power, and that's not a free market. A real free market has some kind of countervailing influence from the government to keep a monopoly in check, but this government... it's not about free marketing principles, it's about greed pure and simple. And this government wants to assure that the other people that they went to college with get just as rich as they do. This country is going to make Mexico look like Sweden inside of ten years in terms of wealth distribution, because there are no countervailing forces. They've eliminated tax basically for the ultra-rich, they've eliminated any control over monopolies, the greedy have free reign and its just going to be the super rich and the peasants.

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