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Ray Kiely examines the conservative discourse of “winners” and “losers” of globalization that has emerged since the financial crisis. He provides a detailed examination of new US and UK conservative movements and how these have shaped responses to globalization that challenge neoliberal and third way approaches.
Mike Haynes provides a detailed examination of the concept of productivit and why it is held by economists to be so important in evaluating the health of modern economies. He maintains that too little attention is paid to why productivity grows or fails to grow in certain contexts as well as the difficulties involved in measuring its scope.