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Once upon a time in the West

Craig Berry

Andrew Gamble’s new book offers an unrivalled account of the neoliberal fairytale The West – the informal club of the world’s very rich nation-states – has no greater exponent than Andrew Gamble.  That’s not to say that Gamble’s account of the financial crisis and its aftermath, Crisis Without End: The Unravelling of Western Prosperity, is not hugely critical of much … Continue reading

1 October 2014 by
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Andrew Gamble returns to the University of Sheffield

We are delighted to announce that Professor Andrew Gamble joins SPERI and the Department of Politics as of today as part-time Professorial Fellow. Andrew worked at the University of Sheffield from 1973 to 2007, variously as Professor of Politics and Head of the Department of Politics, Director of the Political Economy Research Centre (PERC) and Pro-Vice-Chancellor.  He then moved to … Continue reading

1 October 2014 by
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Deflation trap

Andrew Gamble

Neoliberalism will struggle to survive if western economies cannot find ways to increase demand The European Central Bank has consistently denied that there is any chance of the eurozone falling into deflation.  The ‘deceleration of prices’ in recent months has been dismissed as a temporary phenomenon soon to be reversed.  But the reality is that deflation is not going away. … Continue reading

2 September 2014 by
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New Book by SPERI Advisory Board Chair Professor Andrew Gamble

Today sees the publication of Crisis Without End?: The Unravelling of Western Prosperity by Professor Andrew Gamble. The work is a major reassessment of the 2008 financial crash – showing that it was no ordinary crisis, but the harbinger of a much deeper convulsion comparable to past crises of capitalism. Andrew Gamble looks to the future at a world where the … Continue reading

26 June 2014 by
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