This book offers a major new analysis of the political economy in Britain over the past 1, 000 years. The author demonstrates an impressive and thorough knowledge of law, economics, politics, medicine and social history. The assessment of the privatisation of the public income and its consequences represents an astonishing tour-de-force.On fairness and efficiency:engages in a wide-ranging sweep of history from pre-Norman times to the present;gives a lucid explanation of the complex economic and political history of Britain that has given rise to the present state of Welfare Capitalism;has great contemporary relevance.Am[vbTab]The fundamental links between the distributions of health and wealth in society is of concern to the medical profession, public health professionals, welfare economists, political scientists/politicians, moralists and philosophers.Three primary and mutually exclusive ingredients go into the economic mix that produces Wealth: namely Land, Labour and ... These three factors, put together in a seemingly infinite variety of ways, produce innumerable finished products andanbsp;...
|Title||:||On Fairness and Efficiency|
|Publisher||:||Policy Press - 2000-01-01|