Neoliberal public choice continues to spin national taxation and several other forms of government intervention.

Peter Prince

2019-01-07 18:42:00 Mon ET

Neoliberal public choice continues to spin national taxation and several other forms of government intervention. The key post-crisis consensus focuses on government intervention as the primary root cause of socioeconomic malaise in several OECD countries. Ideology continues to inform public policy, and neoliberalism specifically advocates a minimal role for the state in economic affairs such as taxation, health care, trade, infrastructure, and immigration. Neoliberal public choice emphasizes regulatory failures rather than historical country-specific experiences.

The sheer predominance of utilitarian myopia reflects fundamental misconceptions about the proper role of government. Contrary to the post-crisis consensus, active strategic public-sector investment is critical to both economic revival and financial stability. The state should act as an investor of first resort, rather than a lender of last resort, for greater tech advances and revolutions in finance, energy, transport, medicine, and information communication. The government can learn much from the best business minds of Warren Buffet and George Soros in finance, Elon Musk in energy and autonomous transport, Peter Diamandis and James Brewer in health care and medicine, as well as Steve Jobs, Tim Cook, Bill Gates, Larry Page, and Jeff Bezos in information communication technology. Effective capitalism calls for facilitative state involvement in economic governance and regulation.

 


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