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Legislating for Responsible Capitalism
Author: Stephen Hockman QC
Date:17 December 2012
This paper proposes a series of legal amendments which can be made to improve the monitoring, transparency and accountability of corporate power.
Regulation and Fairness
Author: Shamit Saggar
Date:13 December 2012
Modern regulation is at a crossroads. The shortcomings exposed by the 2008 financial crisis point to the need to re-evaluate both rationales and operating models.
The Risk-Reward Nexus
Author: William Lazonick & Mariana Mazzucato
Date:26 November 2012
This paper offers a new perspective on why 'smart' innovation-led growth has not led to 'inclusive growth'. It argues that there is a disproportionate balance between the 'collective' distribution of risk taking in the innovation process (e.g. 'open innovation'), and the increasingly narrow distribution of the rewards.
Distributional Conflicts in the US and Europe
Author: Michael McTernan
Date:13 November 2012
This discussion paper makes the case that after a period of idleness the space and common ground for a serious transatlantic agenda is emerging once again.
Eurozone Governance
Author: Policy Network & WIFO
Date:08 November 2012
New Policy Brief on Eurozone Governance:

Reconciling the short and the long run: Eurozone governance reforms to solve the crisis and beyond.
A Progressive Economic Strategy
Author: Wendy Carlin
Date:11 October 2012
A way of looking at the challenges for a progressive economic strategy is to see the complementarity among policies that: boost innovation; reduce inequality in assets and in market income; and foster the growth of good jobs in the labour-absorbing service sector.
Steering Europe out of the Crisis
Author: Loukas Tsoukalis
Date:10 October 2012
Europe must avoid at all costs a prolonged double-dip recession, with the weakest members of the Eurozone leading a desperate suicide dance. The key challenges lie in balancing the burden of adjustment between creditors and debtors, regaining confidence in the irreversibility of Europe’s currency union and restoring the political capacity of both national and European institutions to transform market driven democracies into democratically regulated markets.
Governing as Social Democrats
Author: Patrick Diamond
Date:09 October 2012
The redistributive model of the state is in crisis. Post-crisis social democracy should be animated by a dual mission: pursuing resilience in our societies and institutions; and structural reforms geared towards sustainable growth and human capital investment.
On Governing Europe
Author: Andrew Duff
Date:24 September 2012
The future of banking, fiscal, and political union - and what it means for the UK
On Growth
Author: Larry Summers
Date:17 September 2012
Four years into the crisis, the industrial world has reached a moment of extraordinary importance in political economy.

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