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Corbynomics: Part 2

Jonathan Perraton

The right questions are now being asked, but much fleshing out of the proposed partnership between an enabling state and a dynamic private sector is still needed The election of Jeremy Corbyn as Labour Party leader has changed the terms of debate over UK economic policy. Corbyn and his shadow chancellor John McDonnell have already outlined a new approach to … Continue reading

18 November 2015 by
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Videos of the SPERI Corbynomics event

The three videos of the SPERI Teach-in event on Corbynomics can be viewed below or on our SPERIshefuni youtube channel. We are also publishing follow-up blogs from the event. Read the first blog by Professor Andrew Gamble: Corbynomics Part I. The slides of Dr Jonathan Perraton’s presentation can be accessed here. #SPERIcorbynomics Storify: [<a href=”//storify.com/SPERIshefuni/speri-event-on-corbynomics” target=”_blank”>View the story “Corbynomics” on Storify</a>]

5 November 2015 by
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SPERI event on Corbynomics

Yesterday SPERI held our first teach-in event on ‘Corbynomics’ to explore the economic policies being put forward by the new Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn and his new Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell. We were joined by three excellent speakers – Dr Jonathan Perraton, SPERI Associate Fellow in the Department of Economics, Dr Mary Robertson, Postdoctoral Research Fellow in the economics division of … Continue reading

29 October 2015 by
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The political difficulties of ‘Corbynomics’

The problems are not really the economics at all, but much more the politics A month ago nobody had heard of ‘Corbynomics’.  Today Google records 174,000 search results.  It is becoming difficult to escape the term in any form of media.  If Jeremy Corbyn wins the Labour leadership election, its contents and claims will shape political debate in the UK … Continue reading

3 September 2015 by
Categories: British growth crisis, Debt, Economics, Employment, Political theory, SPERI Comment | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , | 1 comment