Assisting the Invisible Hand: Contested Relations Between Market, State and Civil Society by Wim Dubbink
English | PDF | 2003 | 236 Pages | ISBN : 9048163536 | 1.37 MB
Modern liberal democracies are troubled by public problems in which the free market is no innocent bystander. It is therefore generally acknowledged that the market must be controlled. Assisting the Invisible Hand is an investigation into contemporary thinking on controlling the market, especially with regard to the problem of dealing with environmental issues. The implicit modes of thinking in economics, political philosophy and administrative theory are uncovered and criticized.