Economics

  • A New Democracy

    Alternatives to a Bankrupt World Order

    By Harry Shutt     January 2001

    Harry Shutt argues our world is coming under threat from forces that the ruling elite is increasingly unable to control. Our present economic system is inherently unstable and heading not just for recession, but very serious breakdown. And US domination of international politics cannot last in an age where democracy and respect for human rights are demanded and where marginalization of most of the world’s people is no longer acceptable.

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  • Banking on Deception

    The Discourse of the Fiscal Crisis

    By Thom Workman     January 1996

    Through the discourse of the fiscal crisis the proponents of the neo-liberal agenda deceive Canadians by presenting this agenda as the only rational alternative. Workman discusses the success of this appeal to common sense, analyzing how it resonates positively within the Canadian cultural context.

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  • International Political Economy

    Understanding Global Disorder

    Edited by Bjorn Hettne     January 1995

    The collapse of the Berlin Wall triggered the geopolitical transition to a post-Cold War world. Far from ushering in a new world order of progress and peace, humanity finds itself confronted my new conflicts, new sources of insecurity and a highly unpredictable future.

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