Depends on the issue.
In general, I believe in small government and liberty. However, I can see value in Keynesian economics. I think it's important to explore all sides of things. Marx had some excellent views, as did Murray Rothbard.
I believe that workers need more rights and that, being in control of the means of production, they deserve an equitable share of the profit. I also believe that strict regulations only hinder businesses, and that the more permits and codes a business must adhere to, the less goods and services they can then provide (unless they find a loophole that ends up being far worse than the issue the regulations were intended to fix).
In some sense, I could be considered a social libertarian.