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From now to an alternative: The missing project

In the final session of The Turn, Professor Jeffrey Sachs and Roberto Mangabeira Unger present their visions of a "progressive alternative" and discuss what steps should be taken to bring…

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Losing and finding the way: The United States and Brazil

In this second session of The Turn, Professor Jeffrey Sachs and Roberto Mangabeira Unger will explore the rise of populism and the shift towards progressivism in the contexts of the United States and…

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Stagnant and divided: Socially-inclusive economic growth and progressive politics

In this first session of The Turn, Professors Jeffrey Sachs and Roberto Mangabeira Unger set the stage for their discussion and seek to answer the question "What happened to socially inclusive…

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Not Wasting a Crisis for Fundamental Reforms

Rationalization & Reform: The DJ Kim Government (1998~2002). The new government of President DJ Kim, the most progressive among the top presidential hopefuls for decades until his election,…

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The Pains of Economic and Financial Reforms

Development of the Chaebol & the Financial Crisis: Under the terms of conditional borrowing from the IMF, the Korean government launched a wide-ranging package of economic and financial reforms.…

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What We Hope For

In the final video of Roberto Mangabeira Unger's Freedom Now series, Professor Unger concludes his vision of a progressive alternative by stating that the task of institutions is to create a…

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High-Energy Democracy

In the tenth video of Roberto Mangabeira Unger's Freedom Now series, Professor Unger describes three sets of innovations to create a "high-energy" democracy that enables ongoing…

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The Capable Agent: Education

In the ninth video of Roberto Mangabeira Unger's Freedom Now series, Professor Unger lays out his four-part vision of a truly progressive approach to education. This video is also featured in…

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Taxation and Inequality

In the seventh video of Roberto Mangabeira Unger's Freedom Now series, Professor Unger calls for transformation in the the innovation of the market order, and outlines his vision for a…

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The Capable Agent: Security and Plasticity

In the eighth video of Roberto Mangabeira Unger's Freedom Now series, Professor Unger states that for individuals to become a truly capable agent in a progressive economy, they must be supported…

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Finance and the Real Economy

In the sixth video of Roberto Mangabeira Unger's Freedom Now series, Professor Unger differentiates finance from the real economy, and argues for a completely new way of thinking about the…

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Labor and capital

In the fifth video of Roberto Mangabeira Unger's Freedom Now series, Professor Unger argues that a truly progressive approach to the economy requires a change in the relation of labor to capital…

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The New Dilemma of Development

In the third video of Roberto Mangabeira Unger's Freedom Now series, Professor Unger explains that traditional means of promoting economic development—industrialization via mass market…

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The Knowledge Economy and Its Future

In the fourth video of Roberto Mangabeira Unger's Freedom Now series, Professor Unger outlines the characteristics of the knowledge economy and discusses what production processes must change in…

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The Scope of a Progressive Program

In the second video of Roberto Mangabeira Unger's Freedom Now series, Professor Unger lays out the three axis points of his progressive alternative: democratization of the market economy,…

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Thinking about Alternatives

In the first video of his series Freedom Now: The Economic and Political Alternative, philosopher Roberto Mangabeira Unger argues that traditional progressive politics do not go far enough in their…

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