What kind of legacy the coronavirus pandemic bestows on the UK has already been the subject of much analysis in the media. Amongst other things, it has been suggested the […]
Economic policies enacted under neoliberalism have often failed to meet their objectives. How have they remained unchallenged in the face of failure?
Acknowledging the redundancy of silo governance will be a vital first step in creating the new macroeconomic institutional arrangements we […]
A new ‘investment state’ is needed to provide stability in the new uncertain political economy of shadow money, financial instability […]
In the latest blog in SPERI’s series on ‘The Coming Crisis’ Jacqueline Best asks: what do central banks and governments […]
Reinterpreting the rules ‘by stealth’ is all that is presently possible in governing the Eurozone economy During the euro’s sovereign […]
Monetary policy will not alleviate the injustices of prices in an era of massive inequality With the Bank of England […]