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  • The Writing on the Wallby Will Hutton

    Free Press 2006; US$ 27.99

    The prevailing view of China is that the country is an economic juggernaut sure to become the dominant power of the twenty-first century. In this provocative and stimulating book critically acclaimed author Will Hutton warns instead that China is running up against a set of daunting challenges from within its own political and economic system that... more...

  • The State We're Inby Will Hutton

    Random House 2011; US$ 15.50

    The number one bestseller on the hardback list for more than six months, The State We're In is the most explosive analysis of British society to have been published for over thirty years. It is now updated for the paperback edition. more...

  • Them And Usby Will Hutton

    Little, Brown Book Group 2010; US$ 13.99

    The suddenness and depth of the recession has raised questions about the workability of capitalism not seen since the 1930s. One of the constraints on recovery is the growing belief that if the old model did not work there is no new one on offer. This book sets out to provide one, arguing that reconstructing a bust financial system is not just a technical... more...

  • The World We're Inby Will Hutton

    Little, Brown Book Group 2008; US$ 19.99

    THE STATE WE'RE IN, Will Hutton's explosive analysis of British society, was the biggest selling politico-economic work since the Second World War. Now, as the world realigns itself in the wake of September 11, Hutton turns his attention to the global picture, and the ways in which the new world should be ordered. To understand the global economy,... more...

  • The Writing On The Wall: China And The West In The 21St Centuryby Will Hutton

    Little, Brown Book Group 2008; US$ 14.99

    China constitutes a fifth of the world's population. Over the last twenty years its economy has doubled to make it the fifth largest economy in the world; if the pace is repeated over the next twenty it is set to become second only to the US. The speed of its development is stunning, a combination of cheap labour and commitment to science and technology... more...

  • The State To Comeby Will Hutton

    Random House 2012; US$ 8.45

    The forthcoming General Election will be one of the most decisive in British post-war history. If the Conservatives were to win again, it would confirm that British democracy is a sham - that we live in a one party state and the electorate will exact no penalty for broken promises and the abuse of power. Will Hutton argues that the tories can no longer... more...

  • The Revolution That Never Wasby Will Hutton

    Random House 2012; US$ 11.27

    Will Hutton argues that Keynesian revolution has yet to take place. Economists, he finds, have not yet come to terms with the heart of Keynes' argument: that there are limits to what prices can do in a market economy. But referring closely to Keynes' writings, Hutton demonstrates that Keynes was concerned to show how the financial sector of the economy... more...

  • New Life For Healthby Will Hutton

    Random House 2013; US$ 7.04

    The National Health Service is Britain's greatest and most prized national institution. Ever since it's foundation the NHS has commanded extraordinary popular affection and loyalty. Its medical and non-medical staff force alike has been strongly committed to its success and values. However, now more than fifty years later, a huge gap has developed... more...

  • How Good We Can Beby Will Hutton

    Little, Brown Book Group 2015; US$ 12.99

    Britain is beset by a crisis of purpose. For a generation we have been told the route to universal well-being is to abandon the expense of justice and equity and so allow the judgments of the market to go unobstructed. What has been created is not an innovative, productive economy but instead a capitalism that extracts value rather than creates it,... more...

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