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Jim Sawyer reflects on the Trump Presidency. These reflections examine an economic system based more on self-interest rather than on the public good. Jim views stagnant incomes, growing inequalities, winner-take-all outcomes, and Trump winning the 2016 presidential election as visible signs of our crisis.
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He is a radio producer and commentator who holds a PhD in labor economics. Sawyer is emeritus professor at a Jesuit university where he held an endowed chair in social ethics and also taught the freshman course in civics. Prior to entering academia, Jim managed human resource programs and served as policy advisor to a governor. He has taught graduate courses in economics, finance and management directed at working professionals in public, business and nonprofit management. Jim held a joint appointment at a research institute in a French university and served as Fulbright scholar in France and Portugal. His work is published in the U.S., U.K., France and Belgium.
Some Publications by James E. Sawyer (Jim):
- Why Reaganomics and Keynesian Economics Failed. London and New York: The Macmillan Press Ltd. and St. Martin’s Press, 1987.
- “Reframing Capitalism” in John Kenneth Galbraith and the Future of Economics. Blandine Laperche and Dimitri Uzunidis, Eds. London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2005.
- “Doctrinal Roots of Short-Termism” in Powerful Finance and Innovation in a High-Risk Economy. Blandine Laperche and Dimitri Uzunidis, Eds. London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2008.