Журнальный клуб Интелрос » Русский Журнал – Тема недели » №49, 2010
THE ‘BEIJING CONSENSUS’ DOESN’T ACTUALLY EXIST
When Professor John Williamson created the term ‘Washington Consensus’ in the early 1990s, he mainly referred to ten doctrines, among which are the free market, minimal state regulation,
minimal governmental interference, the free flow of capital, fiscal discipline, etc. To sum up his ideas, ‘let the market do its job’.