Rolling Back the Market: Economic Dogma and Political Choice

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Macmillan Education UK, Nov 8, 1999 - Political Science - 288 pages
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Offering a comprehensive critique of ruling economic beliefs about politics and society, this book shows the weak basis of these beliefs in both economic and political thought, and their perverse effects upon human welfare and public services. It ends with a discussion of alternative visions and their realisation through a revival of democratic political choice. Written by a distinguished scholar, the book is a 'must' for students and all others interested in political economy, social policy and public administration.

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Until his death in 1999, PETER SELF was Visiting Fellow in Urban Research, Australian National University and Emeritus Professor of Public Administration, London School of Economics and Political Science where he had taught for thirty-five years. He was the author of numerous books on public policy and administration, politics and economics.

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