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CONTENTS Charts Figures Tables Preface Acknowledgements Abbreviations Introduction CHAPTER 1: AN INTRODUCTION TO THE THIRD WAY The Third Way as a Public Philosophy The Third Way as a Political Strategy The Third Way as an Economic Program The New Economy: the Third Way as a Program for Economic Growth Sound Public Finance: the Third Way as a Program of Public Finance Conclusion CHAPTER 2: THE THIRD WAY AND ECONOMIC GROWTH Evolutionary Theory Neoclassical Theory The Solow Neoclassical Growth Model Endogenous Growth Theory Conclusion CHAPTER 3: THE THIRD WAY AND PUBLIC FINANCE Standard Neoclassical Theory Imperfectionist Neoclassical Models The Changing Focus of Neoclassical Theory Conclusion CHAPTER 4: THE THIRD WAY IN THE USA Fiscal Policy Monetary Policy Investment Policy Education Policy Employment Policy Conclusion CHAPTER 5: THE THIRD WAY IN THE UK Fiscal Policy Monetary Policy Investment Policy Education Policy Conclusion CHAPTER 6: THE THIRD WAY OR NO WAY AT ALL? A Neoclassical Counter-critique Interpreting the Third Way: Economics, Philosophy or Politics Marrying Schumpeter and Keynes: A More Genuine Third Way? NOTES BIBLIOGRAPHY
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United States -- Economic policy -- 1993-2001.
Great Britain -- Economic policy -- 1997-.
Clinton, Bill, 1946-.
Blair, Tony, 1953-.