The US political debate, which will intensify as the 2020 election draws nearer, provides a window into contemporary thinking on how to remodel capitalism for the future. A group of Bloomberg Businessweek journalists have surveyed some of the most talked-about ideas on both the Left and the Right in Seven Fixes for American Capitalism.
Seven Fixes for American CapitalismBloomberg Businessweek
Alternatives to existing economic policies that rely solely on market mechanisms definitely exist, argue three prominent economics professors in Economics after Neoliberalism. The authors champion the goal of achieving “inclusive prosperity,” which encompasses nonmonetary aspects of well-being, such as health and civil rights.
Economics After NeoliberalismBoston Review
For the more scholarly minded, Rethinking Economics: An Introduction to Pluralist Economics shares key insights from nine alternative schools of economic thought. Lessons from post-Keynsian economic thought or Cooperative Economics offer ways to address some of capitalism’s imbalances and can be implemented within a capitalist economic framework.