Managerialism: The Emergence of a New Ideology

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Univ of Wisconsin Press, 1993 - 258 páginas
As capitalist countries continue to celebrate the demise of socialism, Willard F. Enteman makes the startling assertion that capitalism has already ended. Additionally, Enteman argues that industrialized nations are not democratic either. In Managerialism, Enteman explores the fundamental principles of the three dominant world ideologies—capitalism, socialism, and democracy—and proposes that a new ideology, which he calls “managerialism,” more accurately describes the current world situation.

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Definition Comparisons and Defense
3
Approaches to Ideology and a Logical Point
29
Capitalism
46
Socialism and Marxism
74
Democracy
97
Democratic Socialism and Democratic Capitalism
131
Managerialism
152
Ethics Economics and Business
194
Notes
227
Index
252
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Willard F. Enteman is professor of philosophy, Rhode Island College. He is the author of Retirement 101, published by the University of Wisconsin Press, and editor of The Problem of Free Will.

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