Capitalism and the End of History

• Author(s): Adair Turner • Published: March 2003
• Pages in paper: 18


In this article Adair Turner explores the relative economic and social success of different variants of capitalism, and considers how societies best reconcile the objectives of economic dynamism with those of social inclusion and environmental responsibility. He also addresses the wider issue of the relationship between economics, politics and culture—the issue of whether we are right to assume that any variant of capitalism, or indeed any model of society, is a universal model.

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