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Formerly the post-autistic economics review                ISSN 1755-9472

Issue no. 51, 1 December 2009            back issues at
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In this issue:


Inequality as policy: The United States Since 1979                                         2

John Schmitt  download pdf


Global commons and common sense                                                              10

Jorge Buzaglo download pdf


Managerialism and the demise of the Big Three                                             28

Robert R Locke   download pdf


The demise of neoliberalism?                                                                         48

Bill Lucarelli download pdf


Money manager capitalism and the global financial crisis                             55

L. Randall Wray download pdf


IMF’s policies during the world recession                                                       70

Mark Weisbrot download pdf


A man for this season? Keynes                                                                        76

Walden Bello download pdf


Economic theory and the crisis                                                                        80

Alan Kirman download pdf


Past Contributors, etc.                                                                                                                            84






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