New Thinking in the Era of "Permacrisis"
In his column on "e21" -- a site that looks at economic policies for the 21st century -- Professor Steve Goldsmith argues that the budget...
In his column on "e21" -- a site that looks at economic policies for the 21st century -- Professor Steve Goldsmith argues that the budget crisis hitting state and local government is unlike those that have come and gone before.
As a result, Goldsmith urges us to abandon old ways of thinking, and discard the tried and failed strategies of the past. Provocative reading.
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