CRESC Train Report in Financial Times
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In today's Financial Times, columnist Tony Jackson explores the decision to award the new Thameslink train contract to Siemens rather than Bombardier. In debating the new CRESC Report Knowing What to Do? How Not to Build Trains he writes: "it may be, as Professor Karel Williams of CRESC puts it, that while the UK was bad at old-style corporatism, it is not very good at neoliberalism either." Jackson adds: "Sadly, it is in the nature of economic paradigms that until a whole new paradigm is presented, the old one will be defended to the death. I have no simple answers to that. The argument needs to be pursued just the same."