The Enterprise Economy

  • Authors
  • John¬†Wigley
  • Carol¬†Lipman
Book

Part of the Economics Today book series (ET)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xii
  2. John Wigley, Carol Lipman
    Pages 1-12
  3. John Wigley, Carol Lipman
    Pages 13-28
  4. John Wigley, Carol Lipman
    Pages 29-43
  5. John Wigley, Carol Lipman
    Pages 44-65
  6. John Wigley, Carol Lipman
    Pages 66-82
  7. John Wigley, Carol Lipman
    Pages 83-97
  8. John Wigley, Carol Lipman
    Pages 98-115
  9. John Wigley, Carol Lipman
    Pages 116-132
  10. John Wigley, Carol Lipman
    Pages 133-150
  11. John Wigley, Carol Lipman
    Pages 151-167
  12. Back Matter
    Pages 169-176

About this book

Introduction

During the 1980s and continuing into the 1990s Enterprise became central to the economic agenda and was seen as a solution to a range of economic problems. This book discusses the main approaches to enterprise and examines the relationship between entrepreneurs and capitalism. It provides detailed studies of the policies pursued by the Conservative government in the UK. Since 1979, with regard to markets, small firms, regional policy, enterprise zones, deregulation, privatisation, etc. and ends with a review of the enterprise culture.

Keywords

capitalism deregulation economy entrepreneur privatisation regional policy regulation

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