PART I. The Crisis in Neoliberalism 1. Introduction 2. The Crisis in (Neo)Liberalism 3. From Neoliberalism to Democratic Liberalism PART II. From Free to Fair Markets 4. A Public Baseline: Toward a Green Jobs Guarantee 5. Baseline Benefits: Universal Healthcare (Australian Style) and Beyond 6. Regulating Market Power: Toward Free and Fettered Global Trade 7. Internalizing Externalities: Toward a Carbon Dividend PART III. Realizing Fair Markets in Practice 8. Paying for Government's Role in Democratic Liberalism 9. Conclusion: Fair Markets and Realistic Political Reform? Acknowledgments Notes About the authors Index .
Richard Holden is a professor of economics at University of New South Wales Business School. He is a fellow of the Econometric Society and of the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia. Rosalind Dixon is a professor of law at the University of New South Wales, Faculty of Law and Justice, and Co-Director of the UNSW New Economic Policy Initiative.
At a time when many are pessimistic about the future of capitalism,
Holden and Dixon provide a penetrating analysis of what is wrong
and what to do about it. Their proposals are creative, insightful,
provocative, and valuable."-Oliver Hart, Harvard University, Nobel
Laureate in Economics, 2016
Holden and Dixon provide a compelling vision of how modern democracies can respond to the challenges of inequality, automation, and climate change, without sacrificing economic efficiency and individual choice. It is a work of great clarity, creativity, and critical importance."-Christina D. Romer, Garff B. Wilson Professor of Economics, University of California, Berkeley
Holden and Dixon have identified one of the most pressing research topics of our time. Proposing solutions requires scholars with fertile imaginations who are willing to think big." Justin Wolfers, Professor of Economics and Public Policy, University of Michigan