Marketcraft : how governments make markets work /

Modern-day markets do not arise spontaneously or evolve naturally. Rather they are crafted by individuals, firms, and most of all, by governments. Thus "marketcraft" represents a core function of government comparable to statecraft and requires considerable artistry to govern markets effec...

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Main Author: Vogel, Steven Kent (Author)
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: New York, NY : Oxford University Press, [2018]
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Table of Contents:
  • 1. THE MARKETCRAFT THESIS, p.1
  • The Core Propositions, p.3
  • Market Governance, p.9
  • 2. THE ELEMENTS OF MARKETCRAFT, p.15
  • The Corporation, p.17
  • Accounting, p.21
  • The Banking System, p.23
  • Capital Markets, p.25
  • Corporate Governance, p.26
  • Labormarkets, p.28
  • Antitrust, p.31
  • Sector-Specific Regulation, p.33
  • Intellectual Property Rights, p.36
  • Fabricated Markets, p.38
  • 3. MARKETCRAFT AMERICAN STYLE: WHY THE WORLD'S "FREEST" MARKET ECONOMY IS THE MOST GOVERNED, p.43
  • The Postwarmodel, p.44
  • Financial Reform, p.51
  • Corporate Governance Reform, p.53
  • Labor Market Reform, p.55
  • Antitrust Reform, p.57
  • Regulatory Reform, p.59
  • Intellectual Property Rights, p.62
  • The Marketcraft of the Information Revolution, p.65
  • The Marketcraft of the Global Financial Crisis, p.69
  • 4. MARKETCRAFT JAPANESE STYLE: WHY IT'S SO HARD TO CRAFT A LIBERAL MARKET ECONOMY, p.77
  • The Postwarmodel, p.78
  • Financial Reform, p.89
  • Corporate Governance Reform, p.92
  • Labor Market Reform, p.96
  • Antitrust Reform, p.100
  • Regulatory Reform, p.102
  • Intellectual Property Rights, p.104
  • Marketcraft for Innovation, p.106
  • Marketcraft for a Japanese It Revolution, p.111
  • 5. MARKETCRAFT IN THEORY AND PRACTICE, p.117
  • Rhetoric, p.117
  • Economics, p.121
  • Political Science, p.126
  • Markets as Institutions, p.131
  • Markets and Freedom, p.134
  • Measuring Economic Freedom and Market Governance, p.136
  • Policy, p.138
  • Lessons for Progressives, p.144
  • Lessons for Market Liberals, p.146
  • Marketcraft and the Public Good, p.147
  • Notes, p.151
  • References, p.167
  • Index, p.185.