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e-THOUGHT
VOLUME 9, NUMBER 4 (OCTOBER - DECEMBER, 2008)

In this issue:

THE END OF "RIGHT-WING ECONOMICS"
(FREE MARKET FUNDAMENTALISM)
AND THE POLITICS OF CHANGE



Logo of the right-wing think tank American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research

Articles

The Rise of the Neoconservative Right - Reagan, Thatcher etc
History lessons

Elsewhere ....

The End of Free Market Fundamentalism
Commentary by Nobel Laureate Joseph Stiglitz

The End of Free Market Fundamentalism II
More commentary

Rising Suicides
The human cost

Home Foreclosures
The human cost II

Nobel Prize for Economics 2008
Paul Krugman, the progressive economist as Public Intellectual

Nobel Prize for Economics 2008 II
Interview with Paul Krugman

Behavioural Economics
The end of Homo Economicus?

Proposed 2009 Budget Brief (Democratic Action Party of Malaysia)
An end to denial and an alternative to waste, fraud and abuse (and to the milder Mahathirist version of free market fundamentalism)

New politics in Malaysia
The beginning of the end of political hegemony?

Obama for President
Worthy of support?

Political Campaigns, Obama-style
No need to demonise political opponents

Political Change, Economic Crisis
Commentary by two American pundits

Rebirth of Social Democracy?
And the rise of neo-Keynesian economics?

Black? White? Malay? Chinese?
Social construction of "race"

Little Emperors
Psychology of middle class status anxiety in China

Mental Health of Women in Nepal
Unmet needs

Chuckles

Campaign Accessories
Well, well, well. Bust my buttons! It's a donkey/elephant of a different colour!