Reviews

  • A crisp and pungent book

    Rowan Williams, Prospect
  • "How much is enough?" is a good question. Anyone who sets store by capitalism and markets will find [this] book uncomfortable reading. It should be read all the same

    Economist
  • A truly innovative and radical perspective on reshaping the economy ... thought-stirring and extremely refreshing

    John Gray, Guardian
  • A welcome call to reinvigorate society's ethical aspect and bring about the good life for everyone

    New Yorker
  • In their thoughtful book, the Skidelskys move seamlessly from the abstract to the concrete; from philosophy to public policy. They note that Keynes's futuristic essay was ignored as the world sank into the Great Depression. Will we again ignore this call to imagine a better future?

    Jon Cruddas MP, Independent