It is often compared with Reaganomics in the US, Rogernomics in New Zealand and Economic Rationalism
I begin the paper by discussing the rise of economic rationalism
and the embrace of market economics within the Labor Party.
Convenience and a certain economic rationalism
are motivating consumers to bring home the beauty experience traditionally provided by estheticians or physicians," says Doskow.
It's an argument that arouses false confidence in economic rationalism
Sandel, this kind of confrontation between economic rationalism
and moral sensibility is inevitable once the moral standards governing what we can and cannot legitimately sell have broken down.
He said: "We too easily become stifled by the contemporary demands for economic rationalism
Nevertheless, Ogilvie remains an outstanding example of a successful, charismatic, radical Australian Labor politician in the age before economic rationalism
Sarah Brophy's article, Resisting the forces of economic rationalism
and managerialism, (Kai Tioki Nursing New Zealand, March 2008, p22) was an accurate description of the situation I had endured.
And this appeal to our higher nature, our higher values, is the real basis of economic rationalism
, he writes.
In 1973, when economic rationalism
was just a glint in Margaret Thatcher's cast eye, it was still possible to traverse Tasmania by train.
We persist with unsustainable forms of agriculture because our culture is in the grip of ever evolving technology and economic rationalism
Utilising a qualitative methodology and in depth semi-structured interviews we explore whether women, in established faith institutions, are offering resistance, through their spirituality, to these dominant discourses of social order and economic rationalism