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Progressive Economics

Progressive Economics

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Ruy Teixiera and John Halpin examine several core assumptions that broadly define a progressive approach to economics in terms of theory, values, and practice.
Ruy Teixiera and John Halpin examine several core assumptions that broadly define a progressive approach to economics in terms of theory, values, and practice.

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Published by: Center for American Progress on Mar 14, 2011
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The Origins and Evolutionof Progressive Economics
Part Seven o the Progressive Tradition Series
Ruy Teixeira and John Halpin March 2011
 
The Origins and Evolutionof Progressive Economics
Part Seven o the Progressive Tradition Series
Ruy Teixeira and John Halpin March 2011
 
Wih he rise o he conemporary progressive movemen and he elecion o Presiden Barack Obama in 2008, here is exensive public ineres in beter undersanding he ori-gins, values, and inellecual srands o progressivism. Who were he original progressivehinkers and aciviss? Where did heir ideas come om and wha moivaed heir beliesand acions? Wha were heir main goals or sociey and governmen? How did heir ideas inuence or diverge om alernaive social docrines? How do heir ideas and beliesrelae o conemporary progressivism?Te Progressive radiion Series om he Cener or American Progress races he devel-opmen o progressivism as a social and poliical radiion sreching om he lae 19hcenury reorm eors o he curren day. Te series is designed primarily or educaionaland leadership developmen purposes o help sudens and aciviss beter undersand heoundaions o progressive hough and is relaionship o poliics and social movemens.Alhough he Progressive Sudies Program has is own views abou he relaive meri o he various values, ideas, and acors discussed wihin he progressive radiion, he essaysincluded in he series are descripive and analyical raher han opinion based.We envision he essays serving as primers or exploring progressivism and liberalism inmore deph hrough core exsand in conras o he conservaive inellecual radiionand canon. We hope hese papers will promoe ongoing discourse abou he proper roleo he sae and individual in sociey; he relaionship beween empirical evidence andpolicymaking; and how progressives oday migh approach specifc issues involving heeconomy, healh care, energy and climae change, educaion, fnancial regulaion, socialand culural aairs, and inernaional relaions and naional securiy.Par seven o he series examines he rise o progressive economics as an alernaive o helaissez-aire orhodoxy o he lae 19h cenury and he challenges o progressive econom-ics ha emerged in he 1970s and 1980s.

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