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New SPERI Paper: Rethinking the fiscal and monetary political economy of the Green State

A new Paper published today by SPERI investigates an under-theorised contradiction in the political economy of the Green State; a Robyn Eckersley concept which fosters a debate on how state capacity and legitimacy can be pragmatically utilised in order to realise environmental protection. The contradiction identified centres upon the operationalisation of an interventionist state, the move beyond economic growth, and … Continue reading

18 January 2017 by
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The Green New Deal: an idea whose time has come

Theresa May’s new government can seize the opportunities of the political and economic climate and announce a Green New Deal in this week’s autumn statement “Only a crisis – actual or perceived – produces real change. When that crisis occurs, the actions that are taken depend on the ideas that are lying around. That, I believe, is our basic function: … Continue reading

21 November 2016 by
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SPERI welcomes more new colleagues

We are very pleased to welcome to SPERI three new colleagues: Dan Bailey, Kaisa Pietila and Philip Roberts. Dan Bailey joined SPERI as Project Research Officer, having previously worked as an Associate Lecturer at the University of York and completing his ESRC-funded PhD at the University of Sheffield. Dan’s work for SPERI supports a research project – developed in collaboration … Continue reading

19 September 2016 by
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