Table of contents for Reviving the invisible hand : the case for classical liberalism in the twenty-first century / Deepak Lal.

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Preface
INTRODUCTION
 1.	The Origins of Capitalism
 2.	Globalization
Chapter 1: 	LIBERAL INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC ORDERS
 1.	Mercantilism
 2.	The 19th Century LIEO
 3.	Pax Britannica and Economic Development
 4.	The End of the First LIEO
 5.	Recreating a New LIEO
Chapter 2: 	FROM LAISSEZ FAIRE TO THE DIRIGISTE DOGMA
 1.	Classical Liberalism and Laissez Faire 
 2.	Poverty and Industrialization in 19th Century Britain
 3.	?Manna from Heaven? Distributivism
 4.	Competition and Monopoly
 5.	The Rise of ?Embedded Liberalism? in the U.S.
Chapter 3: 	THE CHANGING FORTUNES OF FREE TRADE
 1.	The Rise, Fall and Rise of Free Trade 
 2.	U.S. Economic Policy
 3.	The New Protectionism
 4.	The Rise of Preferential Trading Arrangements
 5.	Another Globalization Backlash?
 6.	Adjustment Assistance? 
 7.	Whither the WTO?
Appendix:	Free Trade and Laissez Faire in Theory
Chapter 4:	MONEY AND FINANCE
 1.	International Monetary Regimes
 2.	International Capital Flows
 3.	The Global Financial Infrastructure
Chapter 5:	POVERTY AND INEQUALITY
 1.	Poverty Head Counts
 2.	Income Gaps
 3.	Foreign Aid
Chapter 6:	MORALITY AND CAPITALISM
 1.	Introduction 
 2.	Analytical Framework
 3.	Changing Material and Cosmological Beliefs
 4.	Communalism versus Individualism
 5.	From Victorian Virtues to Modern Values
 6.	Modernization and Westernization
 7.	Conclusions
Chapter 7:	?CAPITALISM WITH A HUMAN FACE?
 1	Introduction 
 2.	Justice and Freedom
 3.	Rights
 4.	Social Paternalism and Dirigisme
 5.	Moral Paternalism and the New Victorians
 6.	Capitalism and Happiness
 7.	The Corporation Under Attack
 8.	Conclusions
Chapter 8:	THE GREENS AND GLOBAL DISORDER
 1.	Introduction
 2.	The Rise of the NGO?s
 3.	Sustainable Development 
 4.	The Greens and Ecological Imperialism
 5.	Towards World Disorder
Chapter 9:	CONCLUSIONS
Notes
References

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Liberalism.
Capitalism.
Globalization.