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Home3amCelebrity NewsSouth West Four FestivalSouth West Four Festival 2017 ticket and line up details as even more names are added to the line upThe line up for the South London based festival just keeps getting better and better.See who is set to play at this year’s SW4 festivalSign up to FREE daily email alerts from mirror celebsSubscribe We will use your email address only for sending you newsletters. Please see ourPrivacy Noticefor details of your data protection rightsThank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee our privacy noticeCould not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailSouth West Four Festival announced additional headliners performing on Sunday line up.Tickets for the two day event, which takes place at Clapham Common, in south London, over the August Bank Holiday, are on sale now from Ticketmaster.Festival organisers recently announced Deadmau5 and Marco Carola will headline Sunday line up. Joining them will be Knife Party, Sven Vath, Loco Dice, Sub Focus Live, Example+DJ Wire, and The Martinez Brothers.While Saturday line up will feature electronic music stars Pendulum, Tinie Tempah, Eric Prydz, Marshmello, Solomun, Gorgon City Live, alongside SIGMA, Duke Dumont and Hannah Wants.Check the National Express website for journey options into London Victoria coach station from your city or town.UK music festival guide 2017: Where to get tickets to Glastonbury, Reading and Leeds, Lovebox and moreWhat should you bring with you?Make sure you festival ready with some essentials on our checklist below.1.
Sen reminds us that Adam Smith, whose iconic status in laissez faire economics is scarcely in doubt, also championed state intervention to eliminate poverty, and was even an adherent of the view that an economy is to be judged by how good it is for the poor. Sen comes across as something of a critic of the Word Bank and the IMF, describing these institutions, which arose out of the Bretton Woods conference (1944), as “not very democratic”. Though Sen agrees that the economic reforms of 1991, stewarded by Manmohan Singh as the then Finance Minister, were long overdue, he argues that the government was not sufficiently attentive to the social dimensions of reform and to such sectors of state intervention as social welfare, health, education, and micro credit.