Well, this week was quite good – the third best week on record.
This week’s posts followed a common theme – jobs policy. However, they covered complementary and contrasting angles of the jobs policy issue, so read together, they provide a much more comprehensive viewpoint.
This last week’s posts, if you missed them:
- A “Work” State as a Social Model (the potential international implications of jobs policy)
- Against “Moderatism” (moderates are also ideological, but won’t admit it)
- Job Insurance – Part 3 (What Is a Work State?) (explaining how jobs policy reshapes politics, economy, and society)
- People-Ready Projects (explaining the difference between traditional public works and jobs policy, and how to make the stimulus work better)