Economic egalitarianism


Economic egalitarianism

Economic egalitarianism is a state of economic affairs in which the participants of a society are of equal standing and equal access to all the economic resources in terms of economic power, wealth, and contribution. It is a founding principle of various forms of socialism.

ee also

* Communism
* Capitalism
* Socialism
* Quality of life economics
* Economic inequality
* egalitarianism, political egalitarianism
* Equality of outcome, Inequity aversion
* Gift economy
* Wealth


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