Monday, 13 October 2008

The end of the age of 'conservatism'

As Lord Skidelsky has just said on 'The world at one' (listen again at http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio4/news/wato/ ), we are witnessing in short shrift the end of the 'neo-classical' domination of economics, and the end of a 'conservative' (i.e. neo-liberal) domination of economies. Gordon Brown has even called today for a new Bretton Woods!
From the wreckage of the world's financial system, a newly-invigorated visionary green state-led system could arise... That is what we must make happen.

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As Lord Skidelsky has just said on 'The world at one' (listen again at http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio4/news/wato/ ), we are witnessing in short shrift the end of the 'neo-classical' domination of economics, and the end of a 'conservative' (i.e. neo-liberal) domination of economies. Gordon Brown has even called today for a new Bretton Woods!
From the wreckage of the world's financial system, a newly-invigorated visionary green state-led system could arise... That is what we must make happen.
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