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EU economic governance after Brexit
Author: Lucia Quaglia & Waltraud Schelkle
Date:29 November 2016
A policy brief focusing on on how fragmented political and economic interests have been shaping EU economic policymaking
The impact of Brexit on the City and the British economic model
Author: Helen Thompson & Leila Simona Talani
Date:18 July 2016
A policy brief focusing on the tensions between the City and democratic politics, and
the challenges for the future of the City posed by last month's Brexit vote
Mission-Oriented Finance for Innovation
Author: Mariana Mazzucato & Caetano C. R. Penna
Date:09 March 2015
What kinds of visionary fiscal policies are needed to help promote 'smart' innovation-led, inclusive and sustainable growth?
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Progressive Capitalism in Britain
Author: Patrick Diamond, Tony Dolphin & Roger Liddle
Date:06 March 2015
This book – a collaboration between Policy Network and IPPR – offers a significant contribution to the debates about progressive capitalism and inclusive prosperity, setting out a way forward for a new political economy in Britain
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Making Progressive Politics Work
Author: Policy Network (eds)
Date:22 April 2014
As the slow return to growth begins to gather pace in western democracies, the danger is that insufficient attention has been given to structural economic weaknesses and long-term stresses on representational politics and governance. This ranges from technological change and disruptive economic forces to growing insecurity and inequality, fragile tax systems, skills and education mismatches, polarised labour markets, uncertainty over middle income jobs, and vulnerable social security settlements.
Progressive Politics after the Crash
Author: Olaf Cramme, Patrick Diamond and Michael McTernan
Date:02 September 2013
Those who hoped the collapse of financial markets would usher in the end of neoliberalism and rehabilitate support for traditional social democratic policy programmes have been disappointed. It is not only the irrationality of markets which is the focus of public discontent, but the inefficiency of states and the inability of elected governments to humanise and control global market capitalism.
Politics in the Austerity State
Author: Olaf Cramme
Date:11 July 2013
Campaigning for election to the European Parliament in 2014 is about to begin and Europe’s mainstream political parties are fighting a grand ideological battle between growth and austerity which they believe will define the post-crisis political era.
Takeovers and the Public Interest
Author: Aeron Davis, David Offenbach, Richard Stevens & Nick Grant
Date:04 July 2013
For the last three decades annual percentage rises in executive pay for large FTSE companies in the UK have grown at a rate far outstripping those of both company growth and productivity rates while at the same time real wages have fallen for the majority of low and middle income earners. One driver of this trend is that financial activity including takeover activity, has become increasingly short-termist in nature.
The Politics of Growth, Stability and Reform
Author: Policy Network & Global Progress
Date:09 April 2013
This publication of "Memos to the Left" focuses on 3 pillars of progressive governance that need sustained attention, critical thinking and new ideas: the politics of growth, production and reform; lifting living standards and providing good jobs in an era of increasing global competition; equipping young people for the new economy and tackling youth unemployment.
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.

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