While a single market in European banking was promoted by elites to peripheral countries in the Eurozone, this project actually drove the financial crisis.
If economies are to be ‘rebalanced’ away from speculative activity, policymakers must challenge the political alliances between finance accountancy firms.
This blog explores whether the post-2008 period opened-up a new space for public development banking in emerging economies.
International development is increasingly being financed in innovative new ways. Public aid money is critical and its role should be […]
The practice of saving has been complexified, but the concept has until recently retained discursive significance as part of an […]
Acknowledging the redundancy of silo governance will be a vital first step in creating the new macroeconomic institutional arrangements we […]
The Conservative government’s promotion of financialisation is transforming citizenship in the UK While the New Labour-ish language of ‘financial inclusion’ […]
The European economy has been financialised, rather than ‘Lisbonised’ By 2010, the European Union was supposed to be the world’s […]
By actually meeting and listening to people in New York I learnt much about how important the rating agencies were […]
You can now download the next in the SPERI Paper series Paper No.10 – The Hollande Presidency, the Eurozone Crisis & […]