A Project for European Recovery
Edited by Stuart Holland
The world today is gripped in a slump syndrome. So-called recession has developed into major economic and social crisis. This report promotes an international strategy to transform the crisis.
Backing declarations by Left heads of Governments and Party leaders and developing the seminal debate in New Socialist by Stuart Holland, Francis Cripps and other, the report combines the arguments of politival economists, politicians and trade unionists from over a dozen countries, and challenges monetarism with a new model of development for the West European economies. Focusing on strategic aims – to reflate, restructure, and redistribute resources – it also shows the convergence between policies of the main parties of the European Left on public spending, planning and economic democracy.
First published in 1983.