Markets in a State? The Social Market Foundation at 21
To mark its 21st year, the Social Market Foundation commissioned essays by leading politicians, academics and journalists on social market policy in a period of sustained economic crisis.
|Published:||17 November 2011|
|Author(s):||Ian Mulheirn, Mary Ann Sieghart, Philip Collins, David Lipsey, David Owen, Dieter Helm, John Kay, Robert Skidelsky, Peter Lilley|
The Social Market Twenty Years On
Philip Collins served as director of the SMF and as speechwriter for Tony Blair. In this essay, Collins defines three pillars upon which the social market philosophy stands: markets are 'social organisms'; the 'thin line' between politics and markets make
|Published:||06 December 2010|
Reinventing Government Again
Ten years has passed since the publications of Osborne and Gaebler’s landmark book Reinventing Government. Thus, in 2004, the Social Market Foundation published a reflection on the ten principles for entrepreneurial government that it set out.
|Published:||06 December 2007|
|Author(s):||Rt Hon Liam Byrne MP, Philip Collins|