Struggling for Political Economy: an Institutional Issue
The financial crisis has turned into a real economic crisis and then into a public finance crisis: its political and social implications show very obviously, even to the most unaware people, how much economic matters are a social and political phenomenon. Is political economy going to be more influential on economic policy and in the public debate? It depends on the evolution of social and political struggles in the society as a whole. But it also depends on our ability to built an alternative view of the situation and credible alternative solutions. In order to promote our ideas in the future, we have to deal urgently with our own institutional reproduction. What is happening in France on this issue?
|Date of creation:||20 May 2011|
|Publication status:||Published in "Neoliberalism and the Crises of Economic Science", International Conference organised by International Initiative for Promoting Political Economy (IIPPE), TSSA, GLOPAR, May 2011, Istanbul, Turkey|
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