Index: Economic governance

This page forms part of the alphabetical index to the material contained within the patterns of power commentaries.  Links coloured sepia are to Edition 2 material in an older format.

benefit payments: see separate index

budget, (3.3.8.1)

British economy, (3.2.4.2), (3.5.1.2), (3.5.3.5)

Consumer protection, (3.3.1.3), (3.4.1.1), (3.5.9.3), (5.4.5.3)

Consumer spend, (3.1.3), (3.2.2), (3.3.9.1), (9.7)

Deviations from Classical Economics, (3.3.5)

Economic dependence, (3.4.6), (4.3.2.1)

Economic inclusivity, (3.5.6), (6.7.2), (9.3.1)

Economic insecurity, (3.2.3.5)

‘Economic nationalism’, (3.3.6.2),

economic stimulus, (3.3.8.2), (6.7.1.4)

Economic well-being, (3.2.5), (3.2.6), (3.3.9), (3.5.9.3), (6.7.2.2), (6.8.5.3)

Employment of labour, (3.2.1), (3.2.5), (3.3.1.4), (3.3.9.1), (3.4.3), (3.5.6.1), (3.5.9.1), (3.5.9.3), (6.7.8.2)

Exchange rates, (3.3.4.6), (3.3.6.1), (3.3.6.2), (3.3.8.4)

financial system.  See separate index

fiscal deficit, (3.3.8.1), (3.3.8.2), (6.7.1.1)

Government borrowing, (3.2.7), (3.3.4.6), (3.3.8.1), (6.3.2.5), (6.7.1.5)

Government investment, (3.2.3.2), (3.2.8), (3.5.2.2), (6.7.1)

government spend, (3.1.2.2), (3.2.3), (3.5.2), (6.7.1) and its subsidiarity, (3.4.5)

homo economicus’, (3.2.1), (3.3.5.1)

inequality.  See separate index

Inflation, (3.2.4.6), (3.3.4.6), (3.3.3.2), (3.3.8), (3.3.8.3)

infrastructure.  See separate index

Labour market, (3.3.3)

Labour supply, (3.2.5), (3.4.3.1)also see Demographics, (3.4.3.1), (3.5.8), (4.2.2)

Laffer curve, (3.2.4.6), (3.5.1.2)

legitimacy, (3.1.1), (3.5.9)

macroeconomics, (3.3.8)

Markets, (3.3)

Markets, government control, (3.3.6)

Materials and supplies, (3.2.6), (3.3.2), (3.5.7)

‘Middle-out’ economics, (3.5.6.4)

Minimum wage, (3.3.1.4), (3.3.3.3), (3.4.3.3), (6.4.4), (6.7.2.3), (6.7.2.4)

Monetarism, (3.3.8), (3.3.8.3)

Money supply, (3.3.8.3)

Monopoly, (3.3.5.3), (3.5.3.4)

moral aspects, (3.1.2.3)

Neoliberalism, (3.5.3), (3.5.9), (3.5.9.1)(6.2.2.3), (6.2.5.2), (6.7.2)

political control, (3.1.2), (3.3.6)

political intervention, (3.3.7.1)

pressure on governments, (3.3.9.1), (3.5.9)

Prices and incomes policy, (3.3.6.1)

Profit, (3.1.3), (3.2.1), (3.2.7), (3.3.2), (3.5.6.1)

Profit – conflict of interest, (3.3.4.2), (3.5.3), (3.5.3.6), (8.7.1)

Profit – tax on profits, (3.2.4.4), (3.3.7.3), (6.4.5.2)

public services.  See separate index

regulation, (3.1.2.1), (3.3.1), (3.4.1), (5.2.3)

requirements, (2.1), (3.1.1), (9.7)

Resource availability, (3.2.6)

Restrictive practices, (3.3.5.3)

sanctions, (3.3.7.2), (6.3.6), (7.4.7); also see Iraq (8.2.4), (8.6.1)

Socio-economic rights, (4.2.4.3), (5.4.7.2), (6.2.3) and see separate Index

Supply and demand, (3.3.2)

tax: see separate index

Universal Basic Income, (3.2.3.3)

Welfare State, (3.2.3.1), (3.2.3.3), (3.2.4.2), (3.5.2.2), (3.5.4.3), (4.2.4.5), (6.2.2.1), (6.2.3), (6.7.1)