The Economics of the Third Way: Experiences from Around the World

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Philip Arestis, Malcolm C. Sawyer
Edward Elgar Publishing, Jan 1, 2001 - Business & Economics - 228 pages
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Providing an acute assessment and comprehensive interpretation of the "third way", whilst neither endorsing nor dismissing its validity, this book should be widely read by policymakers, political scientists and those with an interest in economic
 

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Contents

Economics of the Third Way introduction
1
The third sociological way
11
European employment policies a new social democratic model for Europe?
26
Economics of the British New Labour an assessment
46
Anatomy of Clintonomics
60
Social democratic policy and economic reality the Canadian experience
79
The Third Way Italian experiments
106
Distribution and growth can the New Left deal with the neoSchumpeterian accord? Some comments on the French experience
120
The Austrian Way economic and social partnership
140
The economic policy of the Spanish Socialist governments 198296
155
The Greek experiment with the Third Way
170
South Africa a Third Way in the Third World?
183
Coping with globalisation Australian economic policy and the Third Way
201
Index
221
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