Collection of articles on the features and possible outcome of a socially oriented economy on the basis of concrete realities. Key themes include state and the market, globalism and nationalism; sustainable growth and macroeconomic management; sharp reduction of poverty, investments in health, education, and other public goods; equality and asset reforms, social policies, and democratic governance.
Originally published in 1998. Second printing in 2000. Published for Action and Economic Reforms.
Publication Date: 1998
Pages: 277 pp.
Size: 139.7 x 215.9 mm.