Presenting a coherent interpretation of the development of economic and social policy in Britain since 1945, this book analyses the political assumptions underlying post-war economic policy. It traces these assumptions through the classic texts of Keynes and Beveridge, the architects of limited, non-socialist state intervention to secure the welfare state and full employment. Topics covered include: * 'Private saving' versus company pensions * The level and composition of employment in Britain... of England, 110, 111 Beveridge, W., 1a3, 6, 9a19, 25a32, 36a44, 49, 51, 61a6, 90, 96, 98, 152; Full Employmentina Free Society, 63a4, ... society, 38, evidence of decline in voluntary action, 42a4, status of the third report, 37 British Leyland ( BL), 117a27 capitalism, 1a2 ... manual, manufacturingemployment, 73a7; liberalcollectivist assumptions, 3a4, 62a71; problems created by changes in composition, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Keynes, Beveridge and Beyond|
|Author||:||Tony Cutler, John Williams, Karel Williams|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2013-11-05|