Market Whys and Human Wherefores: Thinking about Markets, Politics, and People by David Jenkins

@article{Chase2000MarketWA,
  title={Market Whys and Human Wherefores: Thinking about Markets, Politics, and People by David Jenkins},
  author={Edward Chase},
  journal={Challenge},
  year={2000},
  volume={43},
  pages={118 - 120}
}
What uniquely distinguishes David Jenkins's book is that he troubles, like Job himself, tirelessly, tiresomely sometimes, to grapple with the ultimate Buncombe of the market mantra-the masses', not least the economists', willing suspension of disbelief in the market's fated perfectibility because it is ever self-correcting. Hence Jenkins's acronym TINA-''There Is No Alternative" (to the market). Jenkins, a bishop-yes, the genuine former Bishop of Durham, England-is not quite up to, say, Robert… 
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