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The global financial crisis has generated an intense debate in academic, business, journalistic and political circles alike about what went wrong and how to put it right. In this provocative reassessment of the crisis and its implications, Colin Hay argues that it is only by acknowledging the complicity and culpability of an Anglo-liberal model of capitalism in the inflation and then bursting of the bubble that we can begin to see the full extent of what is broken and what now must be fixed. He argues that the crisis is best seen as a crisis of and indeed for growth and not as a crisis of debt. It is, moreover, a crisis of and for an excessively liberalised Anglo-American form of capitalism and the Anglo-liberal growth model to which it gave rise. This is a form of capitalism and a growth model that was inherently unstable and threatened the entire world economy - its excesses cannot be tolerated again.
|Antall sider||80||Dimensjoner||14cm x 21,6cm x 0,8cm|
|Vekt||254 gram||Leverandør||Bertram Trading Ltd|
|Emner og form||Central government policies, Political economy, Liberalism & centre democratic ideologies|