The Political Economy of Social Credit and Guild Socialism

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Taylor & Francis, Jan 4, 2002 - Business & Economics - 208 pages
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This work approaches the phenomenon of guild socialism from a new perspective, focusing on the Douglas Social Credit movement. It explores the key ideas, gives an overview of the main theories and traces their subsequent history. Thoroughly researched, it provides original material relevant to the field of political economy. This early approach to non-equilibrium economics reveals the extent of the incompatibility between capitalist growth economics and social and environmental sustainability.

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Mark Baimbridge is Lecturer in Economics and Brian Burkitt is Senior Lecturer in Economics, both at the University of Bradford.
Philip Whyman is Lecturer in Economics at the University of Central Lancashire, Preston.

Frances Hutchinson is research fellow at the University of Bradford.

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