Capital & Class. - 1985 - Issue 26 issue 26 by Conference of Socialist Economists

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The overriding conclusion is that the labour movement will have limited success in influencing the direction of the multinational companies if policies are introduced solely at the national level . Put differently, the labour movement is facing a completely new situation which will necessitate some radical revisions in its orientation and practice . It is essential that strategies and programmes are developed which go beyond the nation-state . In the next section the analysis will shift onto the international plane .

53 Capital & Class 54 The central conclusion from the above is that the conventional strategies devised by the left to curb the dynamics of transnational capital are deficient . National economic and political instruments are not adequate to tackle the issues and problems arising from the new intricate pattern of global production . The international activity of trade unions are also too weak in the face of this process to effect any meaningful change . Furthermore, even if trade unions became more powerful at the international level their impact would be limited .

Firstly, much more public control ought to be exercised over the financial sector, which the IPSE argues, has been the major source of monetarist policies . The big banks and other financial institutions may be forced to adopt policies which blend with the overall economic strategy - less rigid borrowing conditions, a more positive attitude towards industrial investment and a reduction in their inflation phobia . The report also calls for some form of European monetary organisation to promote stability between different currencies, and to safeguard against bouts of speculation .

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