Whilst GVC analysis can be used to map dynamics of global production, it neglects the wider structural context in which industrial development takes place.
This blog by Scott Lavery, Inga Rademacher and Victoria Stadheim examines how industrial development might be re-shaped in this ‘post-crash world’.
Photis Lysandrou’s brilliant new book explores the heavily financialised regime of capitalism in the twenty-first century.
In this new essay, Scott Lavery outlines the argument from his newly published book, British Capitalism After the Crisis.
Two symposia in New Political Economy bring together academic experts to examine the implications of the UK’s withdrawal from the EU in […]
The City of London is likely to remain as Europe’s pre-eminent financial centre after the UK leaves the EU, but […]
David Coates’ critique of Anglo-American capitalism is devastating; his optimism about transforming it is welcome. The left must now develop […]
Global cities at the ‘core’ of the national economy generate deep and de-stabilising patterns of under-development in the ‘periphery’ Cities […]
Frankfurt views its ‘stability’ as a key advantage in the battle for jobs and investment with other European financial centres […]
Although the UK embraced Capital Markets Union (CMU) in its early stages, it also strongly resisted attempts to enhance EU-level […]