An economic policy for a post-neoliberal world
It is only the grip of neoliberalism on the political imagination that prevents Britain from adopting what could be relatively uncontroversial and mainstream growth policies. Labour's apparent inability to break with neoliberal orthodoxy is thus mystifying, given that policies that the current government is pursuing in collusion with the finance industry are clearly unpopular and manifestly do not work.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 2013-12-13
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