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Partnership in the Market – Max Havelaar as an Example of Moral Consumers, Vulnerable Producers and Fair Trade2

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According to the consumer sovereignty principle in economic theory the free consumer has all the power. All consumers can choose what manufacturers they want to do business with and what products to buy. If we balance the consumer sovereignty principle with its counterpart, centrally managed command economy, we obtain a better notion of what this means. The command (also called ‘plan’) economy is based on state government. A small number of people representing the state distribute society's resources.
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Keywords: Partnership in the Market – Max Havelaar as an Example of Moral Consumers, Vulnerable Producers and Fair Trade

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: January 1, 2007

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