The Past and Future of Capitalist Democracy II
Continuation of POLSCI 679S The Past and Future of Capitalist Democracy I. Intensive engagement with core texts and arguments concerning the relationship between markets and democracy, economics and politics: special attention to equality and inequality, ecological limits, and the challenges of the post-2008 crisis period. Readings include F. Hayek, K. Polanyi, J. Dewey, W. Lippmann, F. Hirsch, F. Fukuyama, T. Piketty. Instructor: Purdy.