Komunalno gospodarstvo in zasebna obrt kot primera ureditve razmerja med javnim in zasebnim v novejši slovenski gospodarski zgodovini (1945-1990)
COMMUNAL ECONOMY AND PRIVATE CRAFT INDUSTRY AS AN EXAMPLE OF THE REGULATION OF THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE PUBLIC AND PRIVATE IN THE CONTEMPORARY SLOVENIAN ECONOMIC HISTORY (1945-1990)
In the time of the second Yugoslav state the concepts of public and private attained entirely new implications, and hence a strict line separating the state and nonstate economic sectors was drawn. The following contribution, based on the available documentary materials, first analyses the main characteristics of how the public services in the economic field operated, and focuses mostly on the communal activities which ensured the basic material living and working conditions in the certain urban environments as activities of special social importance. Furthermore, the contribution also focuses on the systemic possibilities for small industry activities and characteristics of the development of private craft industry.
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