Economics After Neoliberalism


The tools of economics are critical to developing a policy framework for what Gabriel Zucman, Dani Rodrik and Suresh Naidu call “inclusive prosperity.” While prosperity is the traditional concern of economists, the “inclusive” modifier demands both that economists consider the whole distribution of outcomes, not simply the average (the “middle class”), and that they consider human prosperity broadly, including non-pecuniary sources of well-being, from health to climate change to political rights. Read the full article HERE.