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Book launch video highlights: Civic Capitalism

The newly published book Civic Capitalism by SPERI co-Directors Colin Hay and Anthony Payne was launched on 16th April in Sheffield with Sir Keith Burnett, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Sheffield and Ed Cox, Director of IPPR North. Here are the highlights. The full version of the launch is available below:

5 May 2015 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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‘Civic Capitalism’: locating the new model within the global context

Colin Hay and Tony Payne

We need to build up more intensive and sophisticated mechanisms of global governance capable of serving as the guiding intelligence of the whole global economy A new national model of civic capitalism has inevitably to be located and embedded in a global context.  The extent and the complexity of the interdependence that has steadily grown between national economies and societies … Continue reading

13 March 2014 by
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‘Civic Capitalism’: sustainable development through investment

Colin Hay and Tony Payne

We need to move from private debt to public investment as the means to stimulate demand and to link deficit reduction to the promotion of growth A most urgent task for any incoming British government is to fix what is typically called the growth model.  Since the early 1990s Britain experimented with a new kind of growth model – which … Continue reading

16 January 2014 by
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‘Civic capitalism’: the need for sustainability

Colin Hay and Tony Payne

We need to work collectively and globally to shift the accepted currency of economic success away from its sole reliance on the convention of growth As we have sought to show, the civic capitalism we advocate is very different from the capitalism we are used to.  One of the biggest differences and one of the greatest challenges is that our … Continue reading

3 January 2014 by
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‘Civic Capitalism’: restoring democratic economic governance

Colin Hay and Tony Payne

We need to move on from the ideology that led us astray to a more consciously held, open-ended and dynamic ideology that asks not what we can do for the market but what the market can do for us Ideology, these days, is a bad word – never a term of self-description and only ever something others have.  Partly as … Continue reading

22 November 2013 by
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Introducing a new model of capitalism

Today we lauch a new series of SPERI Comment blogs which introduce a new model of capitalism. The first one, by SPERI Directors Colin Hay and Tony Payne,  lays out the vision behind the series: ‘It is time to move on from the mawkish (if necessary) analysis of the failings of the now infamous Anglo-liberal model of capitalism and from lamenting the … Continue reading

8 November 2013 by
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‘Civic Capitalism’: introducing a new model of capitalism

Colin Hay and Tony Payne

We must start thinking about how to construct something better out of the widely analysed failings of Anglo-liberal capitalism It is time to move on from the mawkish (if necessary) analysis of the failings of the now infamous Anglo-liberal model of capitalism and from lamenting the absence of new thinking about what might replace it.  The moment has arrived when … Continue reading

8 November 2013 by
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