Her scholarship changes the landscape of current thinking about what it means to be a “state” and to accept the role of “citizen.” It considers a set of institutional arrangements that not only embody an explicit set of values (the moral part) but also ensure, first, democratic practices that work for the contemporary era and, second, government-economy-corporate interactions that promote the well-being of the whole population while also encouraging innovation and productivity.

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