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Europe in question : and what to do about it

Author: Stuart Holland
Publisher: Nottingham : Spokesman, 2015.
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Stuart Holland
ISBN: 9780851248400 0851248403
OCLC Number: 907564490
Description: 301 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
Contents: Machine generated contents note: pt. 1 Psychology, History and Politics --
ch. 1 Democracy in Question --
Dreams and Delusions --
Sleepwalking --
Gestalt Perceptions and Misperceptions --
Borrowing as Credit and Debt as Guilt --
Displacing a Nil Debt Base --
Splitting, Denial and Projective Identification -Hegemony by Design, and by Default --
Bruning, Austerity and the Rise of Hitler --
Weber Misleads on a Protestant Ethic --
ch. 2 De Gaulle Says No --
Monnet's Flawed Design --
Monopolising Initiatives --
The Algerian Crisis: France between Scylla and Charybdis --
Unaware: Guy Mollet and the Rome Treaty --
Attlee and De Gaulle Say No --
Commission Intransigence on a European Industrial Statute --
Default on a Confederal Industrial Policy --
ch. 3 De Gaulle Says Yes --
Not the Monnet Design --
A European Technology Community --
Le Defi Americain --
Joint Economic Policies and Mutual Currency Support-Not Clear to the Foreign Office-Nor Initially Clear to De Gaulle --
Contents note continued: Beyond the Schuman Declaration --
Getting Through to De Gaulle --
Wilson Blocks the Opening --
Aftermath --
ch. 4 Claiming a Social Europe --
Challenging 'Structural Reforms' --
Banned by the Commission --
Networking for an Alternative Europe --
Support from Brandt and Kreisky --
Turning the Labour Party: Kinnock and Delors --
The 'X' Factor --
Papandreou, Mitterrand and Promoting the Agenda --
A New Messina Conference and the Single European Act --
ch. 5 Delors, the Commission and the Council --
The Missing Cohesion Pillar --
Offsetting Deflation by EU Bonds --
Not Counting on National Debt --
The New Deal Precedent --
Neglecting Venture Capital --
The Essen Council and Labour Intensive Employment --
Commission Displacement and Denial --
Mitterrand, Rocard and Recovery Bonds --
Turning Helmut Kohl --
Ongoing Denial and Projective Identification --
pt. 2 Ideology, Inequality and Democracy --
ch. 6 Integration and Disintegration --
Contents note continued: Both a Common Market and a Social Europe: The Messina Conference --
Displaced Warnings: The Spaak Report --
Negative and Positive Integration: Tinbergen --
Virtuous and Vicious Circles: Myrdal --
Unmet Fiscal Challenge: The MacDougall Report --
Missing Stages --
Leaps of Faith: Spillover and 'Political Will' --
Misreading US Federalism --
ch. 7 Deflation, Displacement and Denial --
Friedman and the Politics of Market Shock --
Disaster for Development --
Global Challenge --
Stability versus Growth --
Displacing the Dual Remit of the European Central Bank --
Denying the Dual Remit of the Bundesbank --
Deflation and German Reunification --
Denial of Treaty Commitments --
ch. 8 Fatal Fictions --
Power Struggles and the Matter of the Mind --
Virtual Worlds --
'Rational Expectations' and 'Efficient Markets' --
Displacement and Denial of Risk --
Inflation and Unemployment --
'Crowding Out' --
'Expansionary Fiscal Contraction' --
'Debt Inhibits Growth' --
Contents note continued: ch. 9 The Great Regression --
The Myth of 'Trickle Down' --
'The Keynesian Era' --
The End of the Era --
Piketty's 'Law' --
Misreading Globalisation --
Missing Marx on Uneven Development --
Unequal Competition --
Not 'Made in the USA' --
The Need for Credible Alternatives --
ch. 10 Enabling Democracy --
Challenge to Hegemony --
Enabling Decision-Making --
Mill, Rousseau and Empowerment --
Enhanced Cooperation and Economic Recovery -Mutual Advantage --
Mutual Disaster: 'Too Big to Fail' --
Public Money without Public Control --
Half Learned French Lessons --
The Success of Non-Profit Credit Institutions and Investment Banks --
Accounting and Accountability --
pt. 3 Employment, Trade and Competition --
ch. 11 Not Just 'Back to Keynes' --
Kalecki, Keynes and Power --
Keynes and the 'Keynesians' Keynes and Psychology --
Keynes and Germany Neglecting Oligopoly Not only Demand Pull --
Keynes, Marx and Schumpeter --
Keynes and Friedman --
Contents note continued: Go Forth and Multiply --
The Fraught Concept of Fiscal Policy --
Reconciling Stability and Recovery --
Mutual Advantage From Effective Demand to Latent Demand --
ch. 12 Nor by Comparative Advantage --
Ricardo's Grand Deceit --
Vested Interests --
Not the Heckscher-Ohlin-Samuelson Theorem --
Foreign Investment Drives Globalisation --
Asymmetric Investment and Trade --
Export Substitution, Import Promotion and Own Competitor Effects --
Asymmetric Exchange Rate Changes --
Compromise of the Bretton Woods System --
Challenge from China --
Challenge for China --
ch. 13 Nor By Competing to Death --
Displacing Cohesion: Wolfgang Schauble --
Hartz and After: German Structural Reforms --
Undermining a Social Market Economy --
'Insider-Outsider' Myths --
Social and Psychological Contracts -Japan's Displaced Success --
Innovation-by-Agreement --
Synergies from Networking --
Offsetting the Dearth of Venture Capital --
pt. 4 The Welfare of the Whole Society --
Contents note continued: ch. 14 Efficient Economies and Efficient Societies --
Not Only 'By An Invisible Hand'- Nor Hobbes' Self-Interest Hypothesis --
Smith, Sen and Functional Societies --
The Simulacrum of Human 'Capital' --
On the Centrality of Human Value --
Missing Link: Walras and a Social Economy --
The Gift Relationship and Health -Giving as Gaining --
Labour Intensity and Social Efficiency --
Market Values and Education --
The Productivity Trap --
Reconciling Market and Social Values --
ch. 15 Learning Up from the New Deal --
Roosevelt and the New Dealers --
Contrasts: The New Deal and European Austerity --
Similarity: Stalling When Trying to Balance Budgets -Planning as Reinforcing Democracy: The Tennessee Valley Project --
Displacement and Denial of New Deal Job Creation --
ch. 16 Making the Case --
Missing Links --
Heads of Government and State --
Unions and Employers --
A Green New Deal --
The European Parliament --
The SPD --
The ECB --
Contents note continued: The Juneker Recovery Initiative --
A Partial Gestalt Shift --
Black Swan Moments --
Not Needing New Institutions --
Potential and Practicalities --
NewDeal4Europe --
Institutions and Ideologies --
ch. 17 Europe, the G20 and Global Governance --
Existential Risk: Inaction on Global Warming --
Prosperity Without Growth? --
Keynes, Bretton Woods and After --
Missed Chance: An International Trade Organization --
Failed Reform Proposals --
The BRICS Strike Back --
From Comparative to Mutual Advantage -Empowering the G20: A World Development Organization --
Enabling Decision-Making --
Social Direct Investments --
Sustaining Development Deficits --
Credibility --
Annex A Modest Proposal for Resolving the Eurozone Crisis / James K. Galbraith --
Prologue --
Four Crises --
Four Political Constraints --
Four Alternative Policies --
Policy 1 A Case-by-Case Bank Resolution Programme --
Policy 2 A Limited Debt Conversion Programme --
Contents note continued: Policy 3 An Investment-Led Recovery and Convergence Programme --
Policy 4 An Emergency Social Solidarity Programme --
Cutting the Gordian Knot.
Responsibility: Stuart Holland.

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