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Record #143591:

Greenland and modernity / Jes Adolphsen, Tom Greiffenberg.

Title: Greenland and modernity / Jes Adolphsen, Tom Greiffenberg.
Author(s): Adolphsen, Jes.
Greiffenberg, Tom.
Date: 1997.
Publisher: Copenhagen: Copenhagen Business School
In: Socio-economic developments in Greenland and in other small Nordic jurisdictions. (1997.), Vol. 2
Abstract: Danish planners and decision makers lived in modern, social democratic, capitalist society, so thought three elements compatible and able to act in same way in Greenland. Article seeks deeper explanation of such thoughts in 14th Cent. conflict between via antiqua and via moderna - between conceptual realism and nominalism. Anomalies remaining are: status of eastern and northern Greenland, criminal law, state monopolies, birthplace criterion for salaries, use of Danish labour, Greenex, return of much invested money to Denmark.
Notes:

In: Socio-economic developments in Greenland and in other small Nordic jurisdictions. Vol. 2 / Lise Lyck, ed.

Keywords: 1 -- Philosophy.
33 -- Economics.
330.34 -- Economic development.
336.5 -- Public expenditure.
339.5 -- Trade, foreign.
K -- Economics and economic development.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*38) -- Greenland.
SPRI record no.: 143591

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