Monday, July 22, 2019

Incentivizing an Ethical Economics — Simon Szreter, Hilary Cooper and Ben Szreter

A conservative case for welfare economics based on incentives and initiative. Worth a read. It's applicable to a job guarantee.

Naked Capitalism
Incentivizing an Ethical Economics
Simon Szreter, professor of history and public policy at Cambridge University, fellow of St John’s College and co-founder and editor of; Hilary Cooper, an economic consultant, researcher, former government economist and senior policymaker; and Ben Szreter, chief executive of a community-based charity. Together they are joint winners of the IPPR Economics Prize. 
Originally published at openDemocracy

See also at NC

Syriza, R.I.P.
Yves Smith

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