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Diverging Capitalisms workshop 4: Inequality, Growth and Social Democratic futures in a dividing Europe

On Wednesday 11 October, many of the SPERI team gathered in Brussels to participate in a one-day workshop entitled ‘Inequality, Growth and Social Democratic futures in a dividing Europe’. They were joined by an esteemed assortment of policy-makers, political advisers, think tank colleagues and fellow scholars. The workshop, organised jointly by SPERI, Policy Network and the Foundation for European Progressive … Continue reading

13 October 2017 by
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Forthcoming workshop – Diverging Capitalisms: Inequality, Growth and Social Democratic futures in a dividing Europe

On Wednesday 11 October, the final workshop in the Diverging Capitalisms project – a SPERI collaboration with the Foundation of European Progressive Studies and Policy Network – will take place in Brussels. Scholars and policy practitioners will congregate to debate the future of social democracy in the context of a fragmenting Europe, rising inequality and the evolving foundations of European … Continue reading

29 September 2017 by
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‘Diverging Capitalisms, Part 3: After Brexit: British and EU capitalisms at the crossroads?’

On Friday March 24, on the eve of the 60th anniversary of the Treaty of Rome, many of the SPERI team gathered in Brussels to participate in a one-day workshop entitled ‘After Brexit: British and EU capitalisms at the crossroads?’ alongside an esteemed assortment of fellow scholars, policy-makers, political advisors, and think tank colleagues. The workshop, organised jointly by SPERI, … Continue reading

27 March 2017 by
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European Union Financial Regulation, Banking Union, Capital Markets Union and the UK – New SPERI Paper

As part of the project on Diverging Capitalisms with FEPS and Policy Network, we are pleased to publish a new paper by Professor Lucia Quaglia which analyses the EU reforms in three key financial policy areas – financial regulation, Banking Union and Capital Markets Union – and the role played by the preferences and influence of the United Kingdom (UK) … Continue reading

25 January 2017 by
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Workshop: ‘Diverging Capitalisms, Part 2: Brexit and new EU economic governance’

On Friday 28th October, scholars, policy-makers, policy advisors and policy practitioners from SPERI, Policy Network, the House of Lords, the European Parliament and the New Economics Foundation amongst others came together in London to participate in a one-day workshop entitled ‘Brexit and new EU economic governance’. The workshop, organised jointly by SPERI, Policy Network and the Foundation for European Progressive … Continue reading

31 October 2016 by
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The impact of Brexit on the City and the British economic model – New Brief

We are pleased to publish the first Brief of a series drawing on the project ‘Diverging Capitalisms? Britain, the City of London and Europe’, led by FEPS, Policy Network and SPERI. In this Brief Helen Thompson and Leila Simona Talani consider the impact of Brexit on the City, focusing on two key aspects of the debate: the tensions between the … Continue reading

18 July 2016 by
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