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European Welfare States after the Crisis
Author: Patrick Diamond & Guy Lodge
Date:28 January 2013
Governments in the UK and elsewhere in Europe are taking a position on welfare reform which is in line with public opinion, but may be the wrong strategic choice in the long-term.
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.
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.
A Centre-Left Project for New Times
Author: Policy Network & Wiardi Beckman Stichting
Date:16 April 2012
A Centre-Left Project for New Times present a distinctive political strategy which sets out how left-of-centre parties can turn the tide of stagnation and attain a new vibrancy and radicalism.

After the Third Way
Author: Olaf Cramme & Patrick Diamond (eds)
Date:02 April 2012
The political left believed the crisis of neoliberalism would play into its hands. The opposite has proved to be the case. No new variety of capitalism has emerged to fill the void and left-of-centre parties have lost a devastating run of European elections.
A Left Trilemma
Author: Peter Taylor-Gooby
Date:28 March 2012
The centre-left faces a public policy trilemma. It must respond adequately to the economic crisis to be seen as competent, itmust address the established themes in public opinion to be electable, and itmust develop generous and inclusive policies, to be progressive.
The Next British Centre-Left
Author: Patrick Diamond & Michael Kenny
Date:12 March 2012
Patrick Diamond and Michael Kenny strongly urge the Labour Partyto adopt a more realist, long-term and coalition-building political strategy if they are to succeed at the next general election.
 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.
What Mutualism Means for Labour
Author: Policy Network
Date:26 October 2011
Labour thinkers, politicians and academics develop a clear vision of what mutualism means for Labour and how it can be used to drive forward the social democratic project and serve as a model of post-crisis economic reform in both the public and private sector.
Southern Discomfort: One Year On
Author: Patrick Diamond & Giles Radice
Date:24 September 2011
This pamphlet is the sequel, one year on, to Southern Discomfort Again, a study which sought to address the crippling weakness that Labour now faces in Southern England after its catastrophic 2010 election defeat.

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