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Flawed Capitalism | David Coates book launch at SPERI

On Monday May 14th SPERI is delighted to be hosting the UK launch for Professor David Coates’ new book Flawed Capitalism: The Anglo-American Condition and its Resolution, published by Agenda Publishing. The launch will be held at ICOSS at the University of Sheffield between 5.00-7.00pm. A talk by David Coates (Professor of Anglo-American Studies, Wake Forest University, North Carolina) will … Continue reading

26 April 2018 by
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Can the Welfare State Survive? Andrew Gamble book launch, hosted by the Resolution Foundation

On Monday May 9th, at an event hosted by the Resolution Foundation in London, Professor Andrew Gamble, Professorial Fellow at SPERI, will launch his new book Can the Welfare State Survive? Following the global financial crisis deep cuts to welfare budgets have become a default policy response for policymakers around the world. Andrew’s book explores the history of the welfare state, … Continue reading

19 April 2016 by
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A great launch for ‘Civic Capitalism’

The debate that SPERI is seeking to initiate about ‘Civic Capitalism’ is off to a strong start following the successful launch last Thursday in Sheffield of the book of the same name by Colin Hay and Tony Payne. In the apt setting of Sheffield Town Hall, Sir Keith Burnett, Vice Chancellor of the University of Sheffield, introduced the event, before Colin … Continue reading

17 April 2015 by
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David Marsh book launch postponed

Due to unforeseen circumstances the SPERI Book Launch of Europe’s Deadlock by David Marsh has been postponed. The event which was set to take place on Thursday 7 November in Firth Hall will now take place at the same time of 18.00, on Wednesday 20 November in St George’s Church Lecture Theatre at the University of Sheffield. David Marsh CBE … Continue reading

27 September 2013 by
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