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New FEPS-SPERI policy brief: Turning ‘intergenerational fairness’ into progressive policy

A new FEPS-SPERI policy brief by Kate Alexander Shaw, ‘Turning ‘intergenerational fairness’ into progressive policy‘ is published today. In the new brief Kate Alexander Shaw sets out a series of recommendations for how the ‘intergenerational fairness’ can be turned into progressive policies. The brief’s central argument is that progressives need to develop an analysis that connects a structural understanding of the problem … Continue reading

30 January 2018 by
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Baby Boomers versus Millennials | New paper on the politics of intergenerational fairness

A new paper by Kate Alexander Shaw, published today, ‘Baby Boomers versus Millennials: rhetorical conflicts and interest-construction in the new politics of intergenerational fairness’ analyses the current debate in the UK around intergenerational fairness. The paper is part of our research project on the Political Economy of Young People in Europe, in collaboration with the Foundation for European Progressive Studies (FEPS), … Continue reading

18 January 2018 by
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Jeremy & Scott work on papers proposing European reform at FEPS meeting

In July 2013, Scott Lavery and Jeremy Green spent three days at the Renner Institute in Vienna, Austria, for a Foundation of European Progressive Studies (FEPS) Young Academics Network meeting. Over what were an intensive couple of days, they were producing policy papers with progressive proposals for European reform, with other young European academics. Jeremy was working on a paper gearing … Continue reading

13 August 2013 by
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