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Wishful thinking

Will Hutton’s analysis of modern finance and the need for fairness is one of the year’s most important arguments. Yet he is a flawed visionary
Anatole Kaletsky  

How to save capitalism

The global crisis is about to usher in a new era in which the state intervenes more in finance and macro-economics, but less in the new “commanding heights” of education, health and pensions
Anatole Kaletsky  

Goodbye, homo economicus

The economics profession must bear a lot of the blame for the current crisis. If it is to become useful again it must undergo an intellectual revolution—becoming both broader and more modest
Anatole Kaletsky