Capitalism with a Human Face

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Harvard University Press, 1996 - Business & Economics - 292 pages
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Contents

Economics and ethics
29
Figures
38
Two cheers for selfinterest
51
Choice and utility
65
There is no such thing as society
85
Can democracy manage an economy?
105
Hayeksspontaneous social order
113
What remains of the monetarist counterrevolution?
127
The role of the exchange rate
166
The Thatcher governments economic legacy
183
A perspective on unemployment
211
yes Equality no
235
Basic Income and the welfare state
242
Some presumptions of economic liberalism
265
Index
283
Copyright

Countries do not have deficits
145

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Sir Samuel Brittan is the economics editor of The Financial Times.

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