Rival economic nationalist projects pursued by key countries can only push the global political economy into a dangerously unstable new mercantilist era
Globalisation should not be seen as some kind of inevitable technological imperative but rather as a political construction born of a particular phase in history
In the second of a two-part blog Matt Bishop and Tony Payne further explore the question ‘Is Britain undeveloping’?
In the first of a new two-part blog, Matt Bishop and Tony Payne ask is Britain ‘undeveloping’ before our eyes?
The economic logic of hard Brexit has always been a chimera, and our political class is finally waking up to […]
The East Asian developmental state was a phenomenon of its time that hasn’t been precisely replicated, but state developmentalism as […]
It’s time to open up a new debate about the potential gains offered by this longstanding and core concept in […]
In even flirting with leaving the EU Single Market, the UK is heading full steam towards an iceberg of historic […]
The British government is displaying an abject grasp of global trade politics; ironically the EU red tape the Brexiteers wish […]
Modern trade politics is about regulatory harmonisation and attracting flows of investment, and this calls into question the very idea […]