Table of contents for Clinton and Blair : the political economy of the third way / Flavio Romano.

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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							

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Mixed economy.
United States -- Economic policy -- 1993-2001.
Great Britain -- Economic policy -- 1997-.
Clinton, Bill, 1946-.
Blair, Tony, 1953-.