Index

a
actions 18, 20, 21, 29, 56
Action Teams 50
Action Zones 49, 51, 101, 152
Active Community Unit 72
Adam Smith Institute 30
agency, situated see situated agency
altruism 19
Amsterdam Summit, 1997 116 -17
anthropology 76 -9
Anti-Drugs Coordination Unit 98
Asian Tigers 47
associations 146
authoritarianism 72
autonomy 22, 25 -7

b
Baby Tax Credit 93
Bagehot, Walter 6
Balls, Ed 42, 113, 116
Bank of England 113 -14
Bank of England Act, 1998 113
Barnard, Chester 77, 78
Beckett, Margaret 120
Beer, Max 55
Beer, Sam 33, 34
behaviour, human 10, 11, 12, 14
behaviouralism 5, 8, 9, 12, 15, 16, 18, 27, 32, 52, 76, 77, 80, 87 -9
beliefs 12, 14, 16, 21, 23, 52, 83 -4
Bellah, Robert 73
Bendix, Reinhard 33, 34
Benn, Tony 55
Bentham, Jeremy 5, 9, 131
Bentley, Tom 30
Best Value 96, 104
Better Regulation Task force 101, 117
Bevan, Nye 54
Bevin, Ernest 58
Bible, The54
Blair, Tony 1, 30 ;
and Amitai Etzioni 73 ;
on community 70, 71, 72, 136 ;
on duty 68 ;
on 'cool Britannia' 47
on economy 108, 111, 121
on ethical socialism 54, 72 ;
on family 75, 93 ;
on globalisation 105, 109, 116 ;
on inflation 109 -10;
on joined-up governance 48 ;
on labour markets 117 -18;
on pensions 94 ;
on poverty 115, 121 ;
on rights 75 ;
and social democracy 61, 63 ;
on social order 142 ;
on the state 112 ;
on technology 110 ;
on Third Way 41, 108 -9;
The Third Way: New Politics for a New Century41 ;
on trust 100 ;
on values 140 -1;
on the welfare state 46, 67, 90, 91 ;
'Why Modernisation Matters' 42 ;
see also New Labour
Blondel, Jean 8
Blunkett, David 30, 65
Booth, Charles 10
Bosanquet, Bernard 6
Brandt, Willy 58
British Institute of Public Opinion (BIPO) 7
Brown, Gordon 30, 31 ;
and Bank of England 113 -14;
and Child Benefit 93 ;
on economic stability 64, 117 ;
and equality 65, 136 ;
on ethical socialism 54, 61, 63 ;
and inflation, 107, 109 -10;
influence of Amitai Etzioni on 73 ;
influence of Bill Clinton on 42 ;
and the New Deal 91 ;
on the state 112 ;
and supply-side economics 108, 111
Bryce, James 7
business 119 -20
Butler, David 79

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  • Title Page v
  • Contents ix
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  • Acknowledgements xiii
  • Abbreviations xiv
  • 1 - Political Science 1
  • 2 - Institutionalism 29
  • 3 - Communitarianism 54
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