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Britain's EU renegotiation: The view from our partners
Date:09 October 2015
This paper aims to provide an objective assessment of where the UK's main partners stand at the start of David Cameron's renegotiation discussions, and what concessions these partners would likely contemplate
Mutual endeavour
Author: Patrick Diamond, Frank Field & Jonathan Todd
Date:17 February 2015
Labour should support an increase in national insurance contributions allocated to a new fund for the NHS and reconfigure the NHS contributory base along progressive lines
Democratic Stress, the Populist Signal and Extremist Threat
Author: Anthony Painter
Date:21 March 2013
The rise of populism seen across Europe and the US is exposing old and hidden fault-lines in democratic systems
Europe in Search of a New Settlement
Author: Policy Network (eds)
Date:26 February 2013
Ahead of the 'Prospects for Revival in the Eurozone – and what place for Britain in Europe?' conference this week, Policy Network’s new publication seeks to provide guidance and clarity on some of these questions. Nine leading thinkers on EU affairs highlight the range of strategic options and preferences which ultimately have to be reconciled.
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.
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.
Where Next for Eurozone Governance?
Author: Roger Liddle, Olaf Cramme & Renaud Thillaye
Date:17 July 2012
A new research paper from Policy Network on the quest for reconciling economic logic and political dilemmas. For the Eurozone to overcome its current malaise, it urgently needs to realign the competing economic and political objectives.
 In the Black Labour
Author: Graeme Cooke, Adam Lent, Anthony Painter & Hopi Sen
Date:02 December 2011
In the Black Labour: Why fiscal conservatism and social justice go hand-in-hand is a new Policy Network discussion paper which aims to start a debate in the Labour movement on how to achieve fiscal sustainability.
Migration and the rise of the radical right
Author: Montserrat Guibernau
Date:09 March 2010

In recent years, the popularity of new radical right-wing parties with anti-immigrant platforms has increased across Europe. This paper outlines the complex set of factors that account for this trend and offers a critical evaluation of the way mainstream parties are responding. 

Jobs, industry and opportunity: Growth strategies after the crisis
Author: Progressive Governance Network
Date:16 February 2010

Governments around the world must address wide-ranging policy challenges if they are to emerge from the recession and plot a path to sustainable long-term prosperity. The global financial crisis demanded emergency actions to stabilise the financial system and avert a 1930s style depression. 


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