We are living in a long transitional period and a paradigm shift that started well before the financial crisis of 2007, one that is very likely to last for a long time. Therefore we must quickly learn how to live well in the world as it is today, including the realm of work. We need to learn a new vocabulary of economics and markets that is more suitable to understand the world in this era of globalization and financial capitalism. There are some fundamental words of social life that need to be rethought, or even rewritten, if we want civil and economic life to be 'good' and just. Right now we are conducting bad economics, partly because we are thinking and speaking badly about economics and civil life. Without a doubt, the following terms are among them: wealth, poverty, entrepreneur, finance, happiness, esteem, merit, bank, common good, work, justice, management, income distribution, profit, rent, corporate property rights, indignation, and capitalism. We urgently need a lexicon for a new economic and social well-being.... Enquiry into the Asian Growth Model Jan Pakulski and Bruce Tranter: The Decline of Political Leadership in Australia? ... Changina#39;: The Effect of Institutional Change on Cooperative Behaviour at 26, 000 ft over Sixty Years Mike Finn (editor ):anbsp;...
|Title||:||A Lexicon of Social Well-Being|
|Publisher||:||Palgrave Macmillan - 2015-04-17|