LIMITS TO CHOICE

Fred Emery

PART ONE

YOUTH - VANGARD, VICTIMS OR THE NEW VANDALS... ?

To better understand where youth are at today and where they are likely to go, I have found it necessary to see where they have come from.
It is clear that the message that came from the "Beat generation" in the mid-fifties was a new message. It was not just a louder, wilder statement of the traditional adolescent protest.

PART TWO

TALKING PAST EACH OTHER

The organizers of this conference have quite clearly stated their agreed view that there is a malaise in management. 
I share this view, and not just because of the experiences of myself and my associated network of colleagues throughout Australia.

PART THREE

THE FIFTH WAVE? EMBARKING ON THE NEXT FORTY YEARS

The persisting stagflation of the past four years no longer looks like the usual short-run recession or the 'ten year business cycle'. Not only is it persistent and world-wide but it has proven unresponsive to Keynesian and Friedmannite economic solution.