Future Crunch have a terrific fortnightly newsletter and dedicated two post to what they called — Portal economics part 1
and part 2
— highlighting just how different the world global economy is going to be coming out of this pandemic.
Echoing Amartya Sen, Mazzucato believes that in order for societies to succeed they need both the invisible hand of free markets and the visible hand of good governance. In this view, the relationship between our two circles is very different. Rather than pulling in different directions, they’re symbiotic …Like Mariana Mazzucato, Kate Raworth started asking questions in the wake of the last financial crisis.
She went a step further though, and decided to tackle the most sacred cow in all of economics — the assumption that economies should always grow.