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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Capitalism without conscience.
Brussels, Belgium : P.I.E. Peter Lang, ©2013
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
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|Description:||1 online resource (186 pages).|
|Contents:||A Sisyphus Myth for Modern Times - Money: Monopoly of the State and the Solution to the Crisis - Public Deficits: A Stick Shift to Revive Economic Activity - Cleaning up the Financial System: A Prerequisite to Reducing Deficits - Spend more to Earn more - Deficits Created by Under-exploited Resources - Public Deficits and Redistribution of Resources within Society - National Currency: The Supreme Weapon against Deficits - Currency War or Attempts at Reflation? - Public Debt: Reflection of a Sovereign Nation - Central Banks, the Ultimate Safeguards against Depression - Europe: How many Divisions? - A Mercantile Europe - An Unnecessary Crisis and Completely Avoidable in Europe - Cyprus, or the Supreme Contradictions of Neoliberalism - Is Financial Innovation a Curse? - The Moral of History or Immoral History? - God's Work? - Who do the Rating Agencies Work for? - Neoliberalism and Alienation - The Respect of Uncertainty - Economic Science or Economic Subjectivity? - Keynesian Humility or Neoliberal Arrogance? - Financial Repression and Regulation - Inflation: Servicing Growth and Employment! - Regulation: Deconstruct and Stabilize - Redefining the State: A Lever of Public Health - Profit only for the Horizon and only for Ambition - Enshrine and Reevaluate Work - We Need to Free Sisyphus.|
|Series Title:||Business & Innovation, Number 7|