Explains the macroeconomic and political situation in the UK from the end of World War II until 2001. Focuses on the interactions between macroeconomic performance, labor relations, the corporate governance system, and social services. In particular, compares and contrasts the policies (and their effects) adopted by successive administrations, from Clement Attlee’s postwar Labour government, with the administration of the Conservative Margaret Thatcher and Tony finally … Read more »

Explains the macroeconomic and political situation in the UK from the end of World War II until 2001. Focuses on the interactions between macroeconomic performance, labor relations, the corporate governance system, and social services. In particular, compares and contrasts the policies (and their effects) adopted by successive administrations, from Clement Attlee’s postwar Labour government, with the administration of the Conservative Margaret Thatcher and Tony Blair, and finally to the “New Labour”.
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Huw Pill,
Ingrid Vogel
Source: Harvard Business School
25 pages.
Release Date: 08 April 2002. Prod #: 702008-PDF-ENG
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