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Trumponomics

Causes and Consequences

Edward Fullbrook and Jamie Morgan, eds.

“Donald Trump’s capture of the US presidency has shocked the political establishment. This book is a collection of excellent essays by leading center-left and left economists. It provides a comprehensive initial assessment of the sources of Trump’s success and the likely outcomes of his policies. It is essential current reading and, in time, it will become a historical record of what the center-left and left was thinking at this juncture in history.”
Thomas I. Palley, Economics for Democratic and Open Societies, Washington DC



“A comprehensive and wide-ranging collection of analyses of Trumponomics. Very much recommended as going well beyond the traditional media.”
John B. Davis, Marquette University and University of Amsterdam



If you want to learn how to Trump Trumponomics – this is the essential field guide to understanding and challenging the misguided economics driving US policy.
Kevin Gallagher, Boston University



This rich – but not avaricious or over-priced – volume offers wide-ranging analyses and critiques of the economic and political background to Donald Trump’s electoral success, the fallacies and failings of economic theory, business strategies and government policies that facilitated his populist appeal. The contributors demonstrate the explanatory power of a pluralistic heterodox political economy and its contribution to the critique of power and domination in an increasingly authoritarian and financialized age.
Bob Jessop, Professor of Sociology, Lancaster University

19 May 2017

978-2-84890-242-8

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