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The following essay is adapted from Chapter 2 of The Rise of the New Economy: Toward a New Economy. It is a revised and expanded version of an essay published by the Center for Economic and Policy Research in 2008.
The financial crisis, with its huge global economic impact, has revived the idea of a "new economy" based on "disruption" and "efficiency." In its place, a new generation of policy analysts have called for a "disruptive innovation economy" that would create jobs while simultaneously reducing poverty and increasing wealth. But in fact, this new economy has no real prospect of meeting these goals. For most workers, the financial crisis has not changed their jobs and incomes very much. They continue to make the same or worse incomes than before the crisis.
What has changed, however, is their social standing. The economic gains from the financial crisis have not been spread widely enough to improve the social standing of most people. The financial crisis has made life harder for some people while doing nothing to lift all those who would normally have been poor. Moreover, while there is a great deal of talk about "disruption," few if any of these new innovations have produced much that will help people with no job at all. This is because there is an obvious and important difference between innovation and innovation—a difference that is made even more obvious when one considers the very different outcomes of many of the new innovations.