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==Neo-liberal with 'trickle down'==
 
==Neo-liberal with 'trickle down'==
 
Neo-liberal economic thinking says that economic success is best achieved by energetic entrepreneurs acting within a loose legal framework (the "small state"). Those individuals get rich, but wealth trickles down, and the rising tide lifts all boats. Economic behaviour - the ways in which people manage money in their lives - should be determined only by market forces. Benefits are kept low so as to force people into work, taxes are low so as to incentivise entrepreneurs, and utilities are not nationalised.
 
Neo-liberal economic thinking says that economic success is best achieved by energetic entrepreneurs acting within a loose legal framework (the "small state"). Those individuals get rich, but wealth trickles down, and the rising tide lifts all boats. Economic behaviour - the ways in which people manage money in their lives - should be determined only by market forces. Benefits are kept low so as to force people into work, taxes are low so as to incentivise entrepreneurs, and utilities are not nationalised.

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