4: The Public Good

Autumn 1996


Editorial: The Clintonisation of Labour -  FREE TO VIEW 
Michael Rustin

After the Deluge: Politics and Civil Society In the Wake of the New Right
Michael Kenny

What has Socialism to do with Sexual Equality?
Anne Phillips

Globalisation: Ten Frequently Asked Questions and Some Surprising Answers
Paul Hirst and Grahame Thompson

Pictures at an Exhibition
Richard Minns interviews Liudmila Vasileva

Maura Dooley, Tanya Stepan, Gregory Warren Wilson, Elizabeth Bartlett, Roy Blackman

When Science Fails Us
Richard Levins

Part II: The Public Good

Maureen Mackintosh

Welfare Settlements and Racialising Practices
Gail Lewis

A Race Against Time: Change and the Public Service in the New South Africa
Francie Lund

Perverse Incentives: An NHS Notebook
Maureen Mackintosh and Pam Smith

Cancer Ward
Loretta Loach

Grey Suits, No Hearts: Aliens in the National Health Service
John Clarke

Public Pensions and the Private Sector: A New Way Forward
Jane Falkingham and Paul Johnson

Accountable Insiders? Reforming the Pension Funds
Discussion with Will Hutton, Charlie King and Anne Simpson

Ethics in the Investment Market
Brigid Benson talks to Candy Stokes

Complexity, Contradictions, Creativity: Transitions in the Voluntary Sector
Anne Showstack Sassoon

Grants, Contracts and NGO Accountability in the North and South
Sarabajaya Kumar and Ann Hudock

Stakeholder Cooperatives in European Welfare
Carlo Borzaga

Thinking collectively in the Public Domain
John Stewart