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Sorry, We Have No Money - Britain's Economic Problem [Paperback]

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Table of Contents

Key topics:
Introduction

Part 1: Britain's structural economic problem: Public expenditure and economic performance

Chapter 1: Britain's supply-side challenge in the 21st century
Chapter 2: Britain's fiscal problem
Chapter 3: How effective is fiscal policy in demand management terms?
Chapter 4: Can sovereign states go bust?
Chapter 5: Public sector efficiency in the UK
Chapter 6: The failure of public sector reform
Chapter 7: Britain's regional problem: the caring hand that cripples?
Chapter 8: Centralised public sector pay bargaining and public sector pensions
Chapter 9: Social security transfer payments and age-related spending

Part 2: Capitalism, market limits, state failure and an over-expanded state

Chapter 10: Why markets generally deliver, sometimes fail, and why correcting market failures can create state failure
Chapter 11: The neo-classical analytical paradigm
Chapter 12: Sweden and the Nordic model
Conclusion

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