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  • Growth and wealth creation in tomorrow’s Europe: defining the EU’s added value

    Dates: 28 October 2013
    Venue: Westminster, London
    Six months ahead of the European elections, Policy Network will host an expert seminar on key debates of EU politics on 28 October.
  • Innovation Economics: Growth and Living Standards in a Global Economy

    Dates: 3 April 2013
    Venue: Westminster
    Policy Network will host a lunchtime debate on "Innovation Economics: Growth and Living Standards in a Global Economy" on Wednesday 2 April 2013.
  • Labour’s responsible capitalism agenda: Takeovers and the public interest

    Dates: 15 October 2013
    Venue: Policy Network, 11 Tufton Street, Westminster, SW1P 3QB
    Policy Network and Labour Finance and Industry Group (LFIG) will host a debate on “Labour’s Responsible Capitalism Agenda: Takeovers and the Public Interest.” The event will take place from 12.00 - 13.30 on 15 October.
  • Left with-out a future? Social justice in anxious times

    Dates: 9 July 2013
    Venue: Westminster
    Policy Network will host a public debate on the future of the British Left and Labour’s political offer in the 2015 election. The occasion will also mark the launch of Anthony Painter’s forthcoming Policy Network/I.B Tauris book, Left with-out a Future? Social Justice in Anxious Times.
  • Legislating for Responsible Capitalism: What it Means in Practice

    Dates: 13 February 2013
    Venue: Westminster
    Political consensus has settled on the need for a more responsible capitalism. But what does this mean in practice?
  • Liberal democracy under stress: Populism, extremism and the mainstream

    Dates: 30 January 2013
    Venue: Westminster
    Policy Network will hold a breakfast meeting focused on “Liberal democracy under stress: Populism, extremism and the mainstream”.
  • 'Pre-distribution' and the living standards crisis

    Dates: 12 June 2013
    Venue: Institute for Government
    Policy Network and the Institute for Government will host an event with US academic and political commentator Jacob Hacker of Yale University. Jacob Hacker will be interviewed for the BBC Radio 4 programme, Analysis, by Edward Stourton, followed by a recorded question and answer session with the audience.
  • Pre-distribution, education and human capital

    Dates: 28 November 2013
    Venue: The Royal Society, 6 - 9 Carlton House Terrace, London, SW1Y 5AG
    This event will address the extent of, and the means by which, public policy in education, skills and learning can shape the distribution of pre-tax incomes in a more regionally balanced, socially just and environmentally equitable way.
  • Progressive capitalism: Britain’s debate in context

    Dates: 12 September 2013
    Venue: Westminster
    The continued negative impact of the crisis on western economies has heightened the need for deeper understanding of the way capitalism works and the impact that different models of capitalism have on how competitive advantages are secured: debate over the merits of co-ordinated models of market capitalism versus liberal market capitalism reverberate across political capitals.
  • Progressive Governance: Towards Growth and Shared Prosperity

    Dates: 11 April 2013, 12 April 2013
    Venue: Copenhagen
    Policy Network and Global Progress are organising a major transatlantic conference, to be hosted by the Danish prime minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt in Copenhagen, Denmark.

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