Market power and government capacity
Current concern, especially from those on the ‘left’, is that governments have been ‘marketised’. · “marketisation of government represents a form of cultural imperialism by a group of economists pushing a particular and no economic dogma” · Globalisation is also often viewed as the culprit, with governments being dictated to by international financial markets · Hence the desire of the protestors to in some unspecified way limit the power of those markets By contrast those on the ‘right’...[Show more]
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